Video #12 has posted! This one focuses on the role and power of the church in Medieval Europe. This should be useful, especially if you are looking for information to include in your Medieval Europe Timebook!
The lesson below on Medieval Europe should help with understanding the Black Death, The Hundred Years’ War, and the Great Schism. It isn’t graded, but going through the lesson and interacting with the questions should help you get a better sense of the events and their impact during the Middle Ages. We will discuss it during Office Hours this Thursday, April 30!
Hello, all! This video focuses on understanding The Outsiders on a deeper level by using a plot diagram strategy. It also discusses the four main types of conflict that are present in literature, and even T.V. shows and movies.
I’m excited to post video #10, which focuses on the characters of The Outsiders, in particular the Greasers. There are also some discussion questions to think about that we will discuss in Office Hours this week!
Also, if you’re asking yourself, “Where should I be with my work by the end of this week?” …Here are some answers that will hopefully clear things up:
Novel Project and Americas Timebook should be revised based on my comments and DOUBLE CHECK if you have re-submitted them for a final grade by April 29.
The following items are due May 15 (complete final drafts):
1) The Outsiders (whole book, including vocabulary and questions)
2) Persuasive Research and Essay
3) Medieval Europe Timebook
If you would like feedback on any of your work, or need some help, just email me! I can make comments on Google Classroom, we can chat during Office Hours, or you can email me to schedule an individual Hangout session!
Video #9 is posted, which focuses on life in Medieval Europe!
There are also reminders at the end of the video for our daily schedule, as well as upcoming due dates:
Mondays/Wednesdays: YouTube video posted
Tuesdays/Thursdays: Office Hours from 9-11 a.m. in Hangouts
When going to Hangouts, click Join, then type: parrottofficehours
You will only be allowed in the Hangout once I have signed in.
- April 29: Novel Project & Americas Timebook
- May 15: The Outsiders, Persuasive Essay, Medieval Europe Timebook
Below is video #8, which hopefully will clear up any confusion you have about the Persuasive Research!
Mondays/Wednesdays: YouTube instructional videos only
Tuesdays/Thursdays: Office Hours 9-11 a.m. (you type parrottofficehours into Hangouts, and it will not allow you in unless I have signed in)
If you need any individual help, I am available! Just email me, and we will meet in Hangouts, with the same nickname as above.
Updated due dates:
April 29: Novel Project and Americas Timebook must be submitted for a grade
May 15: The Outsiders, Persuasive Essay, and Medieval Europe Timebook Due
Video #7 focuses on writing the introduction of the Persuasive Research Paper. It also goes over this week’s schedule, which is as follows:
- Tuesday, April 7: Open Office Hours (drop in with questions) 9:00-11:00 a.m.
- Wednesday, April 8: Official Class Meeting 9:00-10:00 a.m.
- Thursday, April 9: Open Office Hours (drop in with questions 9:00-11:00 a.m.
This video discusses the conversation between Ponyboy and Cherry in Chapter 3, the HUGE event that happens in Chapter 4, and the multiple examples of foreshadowing that S.E. Hinton uses for that event.
Please watch the video below for information about how to go about doing your persuasive essay research, and how to use oslis.org.
This video also provides a 7-day forecast for the upcoming week!