Mrs. Greene

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For every class I expect students to come to class with

1. Their notebooks

2. Something to write with

3. The appropriate textbook

4. The willingness to try their best


English Vocab Each Week

(exception short weeks accelerate due date by a day)

Mondays: Receive packet and go over

Tuesdays: That night finish the packet on your own

Wednesdays: Packet is due at the beginning of class

Thursday: Study for vocab quiz

Friday: Vocab quiz


9th Grade English syllabi: Sept. 4 English Sept. 10 English Sept. 17 English syllabus Sept. 24 English syllabus Oct. 1 English syllabus Oct. 8 English syllabus Oct. 15 English syllabus Oct. 22 English syllabus Nov. 1 English syllabus Nov. 5 English syllabus Nov.-12-English-syllabus Nov.-19-English-syllabus English Nov. 26 syllabus  English Dec. 3 syllabus  English Dec. 10 syllabus  English Dec. 17 syllabus  Dec. 31 syllabus  English Jan. 7 syllabus Jan 14 English syllabus  Jan 21 English syllabus Jan 28 English syllabus  Feb. 4 English syllabus Feb. 11 English syllabus Feb. 18 English syllabus Feb. 25 English syllabus English syllabus March. 4   English syllabus March. 11 English syllabus March. 25 English syllabus April 1 English syllabus April 8  English syllabus April 15 English syllabus April 22 English syllabus April 29 Honors syllabus May 6 English syllabus May 13 English syllabus May 20 English syllabus May 27



9th Grade Honors English syllabi: Sept. 4 Honors syllabus Sept. 10 Honors syllabus Sept. 17 Honors syllabus Sept. 24 Honors English syllabus Oct. 1Honors English syllabus Oct. 8 English syllabus Oct. 15 Honors English syllabus   Oct. 22 Honors English syllabus  Oct. 29 Honors English syllabus Nov. 5 Honors English syllabus  Nov. 12 Honors English syllabus  Nov. 19 Honors English syllabus Honors Nov. 26 syllabus Honors Dec. 3 syllabus  Honors Dec. 10 syllabus  Honors Dec. 17 syllabus  Honors Jan. 7 syllabus Jan-14- Honors English-syllabus Jan-21- Honors English-syllabus Jan-28- Honors English-syllabus Feb.-4-Honors English-syllabus Feb.-11- Honors English-syllabus  Feb.-18-Honors English-syllabus Feb.-25-Honors English-syllabus  English syllabus March. 4  Honors English syllabus March. 11  English syllabus March. 25 Honors English syllabus April 1 English syllabus April 8  Honors syllabus April 15 Honors syllabus April 22 Honors syllabus April 29 Honors syllabus May 6 Honors syllabus May 13  Honors syllabus May 13  Honors syllabus May 20  Honors syllabus Honors syllabus May 27 Honors syllabus May 27


Mythology: Mythology syllabus week1 Myth.Week2 syllabus Myth Week 3 syllabus Myth Week 4 syllabus Mythology Week 5 syllabus Mythology Week 6 syllabus Mythology Week 7 syllabus Mythology Week 8 syllabus Mythology Week 9 syllabus Mythology Week 10 syllabus Mythology Week 11 syllabus Mythology Week 12 syllabus Mythology Week 13 syllabus Mythology syllabus for week 14 Mythology syllabus for week 15 Mythology syllabus for week 16

Public Speaking: P.Speaking Week 1 syllabus P. Speaking Week 2 syllabus P. Speaking Week 3 syllabus P. Speaking Week 4 syllabus P. Speaking Week 5 syllabus P. Speaking Week 6 syllabus P. Speaking Week 7 syllabus Public Speaking Week 9 syllabus Public Speaking Week 10 syllabus Public Speaking Week 11 syllabus Public Speaking Week 12 syllabus Public Speaking Week 13 syllabus Public Speaking Week 14 syllabus Public Speaking Week 15 syllabus Public Speaking Week 16 syllabus

Creative Writing: C.W. Week 1 syllabus C.W. Week 2 syllabus C.W. Week 3 syllabus C.W. Week 4 syllabus C.W. Week 5 syllabus Cr. Wr. Week 6 Syllabus Cr. Wr. Week 7 Syllabus Cr. Wr. Week 8 Syllabus Cr. Wr. Week 9 Syllabus Cr. Wr. Week 10 Syllabus Cr. Wr. Week 11 Syllabus Cr. Wr. Week 12 Syllabus Cr. Wr. Week 13 Syllabus Cr. Wr. Week 14 Syllabus Cr. Wr. Week 15 Syllabus

District wide homework policy:
One day late- 10 points off

Two days late- 20 points off

Three days late- 30 points off

No credit for work turned in after three days late!

Common Core English Anchor Standards: Common Core English Anchor Standards

Creative Writing Class description, expectations, and CCSS: Creative Writing opening page

Mythology Class description and CCSS: Mythology class description and CCSS

Public Speaking Class description and CCSS:Public Speaking Class Description and CCSS

English 9 Class description and CCSS: English 9 Course Description and CCSS

English 9A Class description and CCSS:English 9A Course description and Common Core State Standards


English Reading Schedules for secondary literature for Advanced:



Parts of Speech flash cards- Print these off to use at home for practice and to study from

Helping verbs- This is a sheet with the helping verbs for you to use to study -This website has tips on improving sentence structure. -This is an online resource for English grammar and other miscellaneous topics
Grammar Practice -This site has exercises with explanations
Weekly vocab study for Freshmen English go to: Weekly vocabulary games for practice on quizlet On quizlet go to the “Search bar” and type in HHSmsgreene vocabulary to help enhance your own can type in a word and synonyms appear. You can also find out more about the origin or history of the word in addition to alternatives in your writing.
Art inspired by mythology:
Mythology websites:
Public Speaking: For extra help go to this website for fun games I have created for you. In the search bar type in HHSmsgreene:MsGreene’s Public Speaking quizlet
Famous Speech websites:











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