• Inside Out and Back Again - 1st Term Novel Book List App

    to kill a mockingbird harper lee 1960 the unforgettable novel of a childhood in a sleepy southern town and the crisis of conscience that rocked it,  to kill a mockingbird  became both an instant bestseller and a critical success when it was first published in 1960.  it went on to win the pulitzer prize in 1961 and was later made into an academy award-winning film, also a classic. compassionate, dramatic, and deeply moving,  to kill a mockingbird  takes readers to the roots of human behavior - to innocence and experience, kindness and cruelty, love and hatred, humor and pathos.  now with over 18 million copies in print and translated into 10 languages, this regional story by a young alabama woman claims universal appeal.  harper lee always considered her book to be a simple love story.  today it is regarded as a masterpiece of american literature.  /cms/lib07/ms01910473/centricity/domain/869/tokillamockingbirdbookcover.jpg 242 150

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  • Core Texts for 8th Grade ELA Book List App

    to kill a mockingbird harper lee 1960 the unforgettable novel of a childhood in a sleepy southern town and the crisis of conscience that rocked it,  to kill a mockingbird  became both an instant bestseller and a critical success when it was first published in 1960.  it went on to win the pulitzer prize in 1961 and was later made into an academy award-winning film, also a classic. compassionate, dramatic, and deeply moving,  to kill a mockingbird  takes readers to the roots of human behavior - to innocence and experience, kindness and cruelty, love and hatred, humor and pathos.  now with over 18 million copies in print and translated into 10 languages, this regional story by a young alabama woman claims universal appeal.  harper lee always considered her book to be a simple love story.  today it is regarded as a masterpiece of american literature.  /cms/lib07/ms01910473/centricity/domain/869/tokillamockingbirdcover.jpg 346 215

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  • Welcome to Ms. Williams' 7th Grade ELA About Teacher App

    ms. elizabeth g. williams 800x600 visit my curriculun corner site at http://biloxischools.buildyourowncurriculum.com/public/viewassignment.aspx welcome to 8th grade ela class 2016-2017! :)   welcome to 8 th grade english language arts!  i have been teaching for seven years, and am proud to have been a part of the biloxi public schools' "indian nation" for the past five years.  go indians!  the 8 th grade ela team is looking forward to meeting and getting to know each of you.  proficiency in english is required for high school graduation.  the eighth grade english curriculum will encompass common core state standards and 21stcentury skills that expose students to rigorous content designed to propel them toward proficiency in college and career readiness. as a result, students will learn to grapple with high-quality, complex nonfiction texts and great works of literature. in addition, students will learn to write with increasing sophistication and develop a rich vocabulary of academic words, which they will use to speak and write with more precision. this course will also include english-related skills in problem-solving, decision-making, critical thinking, human relations, career exploration, organization, and personal skills to prepare students for their future careers.  our work this year will be centered around several core texts.  during our 1st term we will focus personal choices as we read an interesting non-fiction informational text, chew on this by eric schlosser and charles wilson. for the 2nd term, our thematic topics will be taking a stand and the golden rule as they apply to the classic by harper lee, to kill a mockingbird.  we will be reading the biography, unbroken, by laura hillenbrand during 3rd term as we discuss perserverance and forgiveness.  our year will end with a discussion of hope and home as we read inside out & back again by thanhhaa lai.   i look forward to a wonderful year wit

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  • To Kill a Mockingbird Unit Syllabus Flex Editor App

      8 th grade language arts module 2: to kill a mockingbird central ideas: -          it is within our power to make choices. -          choices that we make have consequences, both intended and unintended. -          sometimes we must choose to stand up for what we believe is right. -          key events, such as the jim crow laws and the great depression, have impacted literature. -          compassion and empathy are not dependent upon race or education. essential questions: -          what is empathy? what does it mean to “walk in someone else’s shoes?” -          is the golden rule a functional way to live? -          what does it mean to take a stand? -          is it important to take a stand for a cause even if it could cause harm to you or your family? is it ok to back down to save yourself? -          what does it mean to be racist? -          what is the difference between tradition and ignorance? -          what does it mean to “turn the other cheek” and is it the right approach to handling conflict? -          when society dictates norms that are at odds with personal beliefs and values, how do we function in society without sacrificing our beliefs? -          can a person have views that our offensive to us and still be a good person? supporting concepts: -          arguments require appropriate warrants that support claims through connecting evidence and reasons convincingly. -          different media offer advantages and disadvantages for purposes of understanding and presentation. -          historical events impact literature. -          exploring a series of fiction and nonfiction (including historical) texts that meet state and local common core guidelines, students can explore and begin to understand what it means to live the american mul

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  • Welcome About Teacher App

    mrs. stacey butera i have lived in biloxi for 18 years and have two children in biloxi public schools.  both my children attended north bay elementary; my oldest is now a senior at the high school and my youngest is a freshman at biloxi high.  i have an undergraduate degree in english from the university of south alabama, and i am working on my masters of arts in teaching at mississippi state.  i am passionate about reading and giving students the tools they need to succeed, not only in school, but as productive members of our community.  i am excited to about the wonderful 8th grade english/language arts team at biloxi junior high! we are reading 4 extraordinary books this year.  chew on this , a non-fiction book about the fast food industry by eric schlosser and charles wilson, is our 1 st term focus. while reading chew on this , we’ll discuss personal choices and consequences. for 2 nd term, we will read one of my favorite books and arguably one of the best books ever written, to kill a mockingbird by harper lee.  the themes we’ll explore in our 2 nd term are the golden rule and taking a stand.  during the 3 rd and part of 4 th term, we’ll read unbroken by laura hillenbrand.  unbroken is the true story of the resilience and forgiveness of an amazing man, louie zamperini.  for the last few weeks of 4 th term, we’ll read a wonderful novel, inside out & back again by thanhha lai, about a young vietnamese refugee who settles in alabama and discovers the true meaning of home and hope. in addition to teaching, i also coach tennis for bjhs.  i am one of the sponsors of the book club at bjhs for any students who would like to read together! i am proud to be a member of indian nation, and i look forward to a wonderful year! /cms/lib07/ms01910473/centricity/domain/869/stacey head shot.jpg 250 stacey.butera@biloxischools.net 228-435-2751 x 2215 english degree / university of south alabama / master of arts alternate route / mis

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