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Wednesday, February 28, 2018
LA7-3: Class Sonnet
1- I cannot wait for the fun summer break, (A)
2- No more homework, no more exams and tests, (B)
3- I will waste no time and swim in the lake, (A)
4- This summer will be the best of the best! (B)
5- My terrible stress feels like a cold press, (B)
6- I sure wish that the next quarter would end, (C)
7- I am excited to sleep in and rest, (B)
8- But for now I have my grades to defend. (C)
9- Every day getting slower and slower, (D)
10- We still have more summer homework to do, (E)
11- My grades are dropping lower and lower, (D)
12-It’s looking like a seventh grade re-do.
13-We are almost there we are near the rear,
14- The end of seventh grade is drawing near!
1- When I go to school I have to do math,
2- The deep regret for what I’ve done stirs now,
3- My teachers want me to follow a path,
4- I can’t do math right, I don’t know how.
5- Sorry I don’t want to participate,
6- I do not want any homework tonight,
7- When I get home it’s going to be late,
8- My parents’ disappointment gives me fright!
9- My hand hurts when I do my math problems,
10- I went to my bed and pondered my thoughts,
11- I cry because I know I can’t solve them.
12- I do my work but sometimes I get lost.
13- I try really hard to get such good grades,
14-The math work is too hard and makes me rage.
1- When I woke up I wanted a snow day,
2- I can no longer feel the autumn breeze
3- There would be no school, so I could go play,
4- I’m sick of the leaves that fall off the trees.
5- I am sick of the homework and of school,
6- I could build snowmen and have snowball fights,
7- We live in Tampa so don’t be a fool,
8- But I’m hoping for some snowflakes tonight!
9- Too cold for a swim in the lake,
10-But it is too hot to wear winter coats,
11-I hope my lakes freezes so I can skate,
12-Fin’ly I don’t have to take my math notes.
13- I drink hot chocolate that keeps me warm,
14- I hope that there is a harsh winter storm.
Academy eighth graders of the class of 2022 designed the famous Balcony Scene of Shakespeare's play Romeo and Juliet with the 3-D design software Tinkercad in a Language Arts digital art contest. Students manipulated objects, textures, and shapes to create an original scene design.
Monday, February 12, 2018
To "Share" Your design:
- Apple OS X 10.6 or later
- Google Chrome OS on Chromebooks
1. Select "share"
2. Select "snapshot of your design" then click the "download locally" button -->
3. The image will download to your computer.
4. Print it out for class! (Add your MLA heading.)