Name: Charles Johnston
Argument Writing Organizer
Intro/Background (Just the facts) : _
Topic (Prompt): The speakers argument was effective in convincing the reader
that his son needed to be taught in a more culturally sensitive manner
1. As you read the poem, underline words or phrases that help you visualize the scene from
the speakers perspective.
2. Circle or highlight unknown words and phrases. Try to determine the meaning of the
words by using context clues, word parts
12 College Prep
How are perspectives different?
Everyone has a unique perspective from which they view the world. A number of factors,
including life experiences, education, significant relationships, occupations, and religious and
7 September 2017
Humane is showing compassion or being compassionate. In the sense on whether the
death penalty or life in prison are more humane, I would say the death penalty. Because I would
rather someone die a quick
Saniyyah Colson Period 3
Name Personal Essay
Think about your name, your identity, and your self-awareness. Now, think about being in a
situation where you had to change or give up part or all of your name. Would you? Why? In a
personal essay, using senso
Narrative PlannerThe Pomegranate Seeds
Describe the character from "The Pomegranate Seeds" whose story you plan to tell.
How would you describe
She like her father would
In the story The Pomegranate Seeds Proserpina had set off exploring the wilderness
when something snagged her attention. She had found the most beautiful flower. She
had the idea of extracting the plant and taking it to her mother because she had thought
Diction, Imagery, Detail, and Syntax (DIDS) in Poetry
Instructions: Analyze the text you selected and fill out the following worksheet in detail. Provide
specific examples from the text that support your analysis.
1. Write the title of the text
The Crusades Weekly
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Long hoped and waited for, Ferdinand II of Aragon and Isabella I of Castile married and
nominally united their two Spanish kingdoms. The Crusades contributed to the breakdown of the
feudal system of power in Euro
What I Learned
1. She had violated a man-made law that said KEEP OUT, but
I have learned that
the penalty was not for mens making or desire and it was a
penalty men could not revo
Name and Title (1 point)
Include your name, instructor's name, date, and name of lab.
Antonio L Robbins, Khoi Tran, Ocean Zones Lab
Objective(s) (2 points)
In your own words, what was the purpose of this lab?
To see the effects of the ocean.
Ocean Exploration Lab ReportCartesian Diver
Instructions: Complete the lab report below while you explore the effects of pressure on a Cartesian
diver in the Ocean Exploration LabCartesian Diver experiment. You will submit your completed lab
Texting & driving, it is such a risk invoking task that quite a few americans do.
From The extreme dangers to the needless risk; even the outright banning of it in most
cases, this burns over the question why?
Texting and driving has always been a temptin
July 28, 2016
English 2 Standard
In the book the fault in our stars there is a multitude of ways that the characters grieve.
Some show their ways more than others. In the story the characters that stick out more or less
are hazel, Augustus,
What scene is the painting about?
Two people who love each other passionately
What characters are in the painting?
A male and a female
How are they dressed?
Theyre dressed as if it were back in the time period in which romeo and Juliet were alive
We looked at the lashed, hooded man on the drop, and listened to his cries The
punishment for the prisoner in The Hanging may be just, however that doesnt excuse the
treatment he received before he was hanged.
We were waiting outside the condemned cells,
P=Point=Clear, focused on topic, and use key words.
Why is The Simpsons a popular show?
P=One reason is because it has strong characters.
+=Hes funny because he makes people laugh.
Authors purpose= He was showing his opinion about capital punishment in this story
Orwell makes social comment about c.p.
he uses language techniques such as imagery, symbolism, tone and word choice.
1) "It was in Burma, a sodden morning of the rains. A s
It was a dark autumn night. The old banker was walking up and down his study and
remembering how, fifteen years before, he had given a party one autumn evening. There had
been many clever men there, and there had been int