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English 9 -- Wed. Mar. 14 & Thurs. Mar. 15

These two days: We continued to work on our “adventure” stories.

On Wednesday we focused on descriptions of setting and people.

On Thursday, people who were finished their essays were given the opportunity to get feedback from their peers. 17 more words

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English 12 -- Period 1 -- Wed. Mar. 14 & Thurs. Mar. 15

These two days: We did our 3rd and final analysis on the topic: Explain the significance of repetition in “Imagine the Angels of Bread.”

Homework: Keep up your reading.

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Bhagavad Gita - Chapter 6

Chapter 6

Dhyana Yoga – Atma Samyama Yoga

Introduction :

  • In Chapter 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 – Our higher nature discussed.
  • This needs to be assimilated, internalised in Nididhyasanam.
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Class Notes - 03/08/2018

Optimality Theory – Optimality models are a tool used to evaluate the costs and benefits of different organismal features, traits, and characteristics, including behavior, in the natural world. 342 more words

Animal Behavior

English 12 -- Period 4 -- Mon. Mar. 12 to Thurs. Mar. 15

We are working on an original composition on the topic of “crime”. Minimum 450 words. As usual, students are encouraged to write from their own personal experience. 157 more words

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English 9 -- Tues. Mar. 13

Today: We wrote the first draft of our “adventure” stories from beginning to end.

Tomorrow: Adding descriptions of setting, people and things.

Homework: If you did not get all the way to the end of your first draft, please do that for homework. Otherwise, read as usual.

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English 12 -- Period 1 -- Mar. 13

Today: We finished peer reviewing our Brutal Imagination analyses.

Tomorrow: A new, final analysis which we will write Wednesday and Thursday on this poem. Preview it if you’d like. 15 more words

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