||[Oct. 22nd, 2005|05:09 pm]
|||||Bullet Proof - Goo Goo Dolls||]|
Hope that you've gotten your voice back at this point. :) And thank you so much for all that music.
Spanish: We received un libro de lecturas. *headdesk* We covered demonstrative adjectives and pronouns in class and were assigned grammar exercises on comparisons and superlatives (la historia es más interesante que espanol con la profesora Stewart!). Also did some work with vocab in a packet she gave us. Remember to ask for that when you get back or she'll throw a hissy fit.
AP US: Continued lecture on the Constitution, specifically all twenty-seven amendments. Luckily, you can find those anywhere. Nothing new assigned, the exams is still scheduled for this upcoming Tuesday.
AP CHEM: You missed Mole Day! Otherwise, we began a lab with the volt meter and voltaic cells - 'twas easy, and you should have no problem making that up. She also checked our electrolysis homework. Also exam on Tuesday. *shudders*
Maj. Brit. Writers: Ms. Ling handed back the vocab exams, which she had to curve six points. On Thursday, we did an in-class worksheet on "Seafarer," but I don't think you'll have to make that up. She also gave us all a lovely worksheet on metaphors that is due on Monday. Chapters 2-6 of A Tale of Two Cities (of which Paris is clearly the superior *g*) and reading notes - not necessarily a journal, just notes - are due on Wednesday, and the day before we have yet another exam, this one on the parts of speech.
I believed I covered everything. Hugs for the other half and I hope you're feeling better! *squish*
Signing off, V.M. Bell