Thursday, May 29th and Friday, May 30th "I always know the ending, that's where I start." --Toni Morrison Writing into the Day: Your Final Writing into the Day!!!! Make it a good one! Reflect on this year. What were your favorite moments from this class? What were your favorite assignments/texts? What would you change for next year? Parting words of wisdom to Mrs. Cintra? Please share!
Friday, May 21st Quote: "I was thinking, we all learn by experience, but some of us have to go to summer school." --Peter de Vires Writing into the Day: FREE WRITE FRIDAY! WRITE FOR 7 MINUTES STRAIGHT!
Monday, May 19th Quote: "We did everything adults would do. What went wrong?" --William Golding, Lord of the Flies Writing into the Day: Answer that question. What went wrong? Did they do what adults would do? Analyze the parameters of that question.
Wednesday, May 7th Quote: "The thing is, fear can't hurt you anymore than a dream." --William Golding, Lord of the Flies Writing into the Day: Do you agree or disagree with this quote? Why? Write for 7 minutes non stop!
Tuesday, May 6th Quote: "We just did an awesome job of not dying." --John Green Writing into the Day: If you were stuck on a deserted island, what AND who would you want to have with you? Develop your writing response for 7 minutes!
Monday, May 5th Quote: "What good is the warmth of summer without the cold of winter to give it sweetness?" --John Steinbeck Writing into the Day: Manic Monday! Write for you 7 minutes straight! Perhaps about your plans for the summer...
Friday, May 2 Quote: "Others have seen and ask why; I have seen what could be and asked why not." --Pablo Picasso Writing into the Day: FREE WRITE FRIDAY!!! WRITE FOR 7 MINUTES STRAIGHT! DO NOT STOP WRITING!
Friday, April 25 Quote: "It doesn't matter where you go and what you study, what matters most is what you share with yourself and the world." --Santosh Kalwar Writing into the Day: FREE WRITE FRIDAY!!! GET ON IT! 7 MINUTES
Thursday, April 24 Quote: "We do what we have to so we can do what we want to." --Bryce Stewart Writing into the Day: Is this quote true in your life? How so? If not, why not? What are the things you want to do and how do you make those things happen?
Wednesday, April 23 Quote: "Scoring well on tests is the sort of thing that gets the schools the greenbacks they crave. Understanding and appreciating material are secondary." --Libba Bray Writing into the Day: Do you all agree with this quote on disagree? What's your reasoning? Also, what are your biggest fears/concerns about the EOC test coming up?
Tuesday, April 22 Quote: "One who finishes, lasts." --Jeffrey Fry Writing into the Day: What would you change about this lit circle project for next year? "Not do it" is not an appropriate response. Be honest. I want your input on how to make it better when next year's class rejoins with East Jessamine.
Thursday, April 17th Quote: "If you want to be a writer, there are two things you must do; read a lot and write a lot." --Stephen King Writing into the Day: If cats always land on their feet and buttered bread always lands buttered side down, how would a buttered backed cat land?
Wednesday, April 16th Quote: "Endings, to be useful, must be inconclusive." --Samuel R. Delany Writing into the Day: How have you been taught to write conclusions in the past? Are conclusions easy or hard for you? Why do you think that is?
Monday, April 14th Quote: "Fantasy is hardly an escape from reality; it's a way of understanding it." --Andrew Lloyd Weber Writing into the Day: Manic Monday: What's your escape from reality...Or Write! Writing for 7 minutes!
Friday, April 11th Quote: "The measure of a man is not how much he suffers through the test, but how he comes out in the end." --Neal Shusterman Writing into the Day: FREE WRITE FRIDAY!!!! What's up today homies? Write for 7 minutes!
Thursday, April 10th Quote: "How do I know what I think, until I see what I say." --E.M. Foster Writing into the Day: What's the thing in your life right now that makes you the happiest? What about it makes you happy? Why do you think you derive happiness from this?
Wednesday, April 9th Quote: "Facts are stubborn things; and whatever may be our wishes, our inclinations, or the dictates of our passion, they cannot alter the state of facts and evidence." --John Adams Writing into the Day: What's the biggest problem you have right now? The biggest thing that you are struggling with? The biggest issue or fear that you have to deal with? How are you dealing with it? What do you do to explore this issue or to cope with it?
Tuesday, April 8th Quote: "Extraordinary claims require extraordinary evidence." --Carl Sagan Writing into the Day: What is your theory on the disappearance of flight 370? What evidence do you have to support your theory?
Monday, April 7th Quote: "No man needs a vacation so much as the man who just had one." --Elbert Hubbard Writing into the Day: Manic Monday!!! Welcome back! Get at it! 7 minutes!
Wednesday, March 26th Quote: "Begin. Be bold, and venture to be wise." --Horace Writing into the Day: Finish the following sentence and continue the story for 7 minutes of writing. The feeling of ______________ ran through him like a ______________.
Tuesday, March 25th Quote: "The difference between the right word and the almost right word is the difference between lightening and a lightening bug." --Mark Twain Writing into the Day: What is the hardest part about writing for you? Why do you think that is?
Monday, March 24th Quote: "I love deadlines. I love the whooshing noise they make as they go by." --Douglas Adams Writing into the Day: Manic Monday! FREE WRITE FOR 7 MINUTES!
Friday, March 21st Quote: "What's the point?" --Drew Wilson Writing into the Day: FREE WRITE FRIDAY!!! WRITE FOR 7 MINUTES!
Wednesday, March 19th Quote: "Bleh." --Mrs. Cintra Writing into the Day: Wacky Wednesday!!! FREE WRITE FOR 7 MINUTES!
Wednesday, March 12th Quote: "The only way out of the labyrinth of suffering is to forgive." --John Green Writing into the Day: Discuss a time when it was necessary for you to forgive either someone else or yourself. What did you feel after you did this?
Tuesday, March 11th Quote: "Human suffering anywhere concerns men and women everywhere." --Elie Wiesel, Night Writing into the Day: Given the brief descriptions of the two texts we are reading, which do you think will be more interesting, Night or An Ordinary Man? Why do you think this?
Monday, March 10th Quote: "You never have to change anything you got up in the middle of the night to write." -Saul Bellow Writing into the Day: Manic Monday! I've missed your free writes tremendously! Hit me with your best shot!!! Write for 7 minutes!
Tuesday, February 25th Quote: "The ultimate authority must always rest with the individuals own reasoning and critical analysis." --Dalai Lama Writing into the Day: What was different about the essay you read last night for homework compared to the one we read in class? What are the pros and cons of last night's essay?
Thursday, February 20th Quote: "How now Ophelia?" --Hamlet Writing into the Day: Throwback Thursday! You are Hamlet, at the age of 7. Tell me a story.
Wednesday, February 19th Quote: "Mad as the sea and wind when both contend which is mightier." --Gertrude, Hamlet Writing into the Day: Where do you stand with Hamlet, as in the whole play? What are the biggest problems your having? Do you like it? If so, what is the best part about it?
Monday, February 17th Writing into the Day: MANIC MONDAY! WRITE FOR 7 MINUTES
Thursday, February 13th Quote: "Love all, trust few, do wrong to no one." --Shakespeare "Alls Well that Ends Well" Writing into the Day: What do you think your forever significant other will be like? What are characteristics they must have?
Monday, February 10th Quote: "'Tis now the very witching time of night, When chuchyards yawn and hell itself breathes out contagion to this world. Now I could drink hot blood And do such bitter business That the bitter day would quake to look on." --Hamlet Writing into the Day: What has just happened in the scene when Hamlet says these lines and what do they mean?
Friday, February 7th Quote: "Here's metal more attractive." --Hamlet Writing into the Day: Free Write Friday!!! WRITE FOR 7 MINUTES!
Tuesday, February 4th Quote: "What an ass am I?" --Hamlet Writing into the Day: Do you ever feel this way about yourself? What has happened that made you feel like this?
Friday, January 31st Quote: "Whether tis nobler to suffer the slings and arrows of an outrageous fortune..." --Hamlet Writing into the Day: FREE WRITE FRIDAY! WRITE FOR 7 MINUTES!
Thursday, January 30th Quote: "Thou turnst mine eyes into my very soul!" --Queen Gertrude, Hamlet Writing into the Day: Have your eyes ever been turned into your soul? What happened when this occurred?
Tuesday, January 28th Quote: "The play's the thing wherein I'll catch the conscience of the king." --King Claudius, Hamlet Writing into the Day: Is Hamlet really crazy? Why do you think he's acting the way he is?
Monday, January 27th Quote: "My words fly up, thoughts remain below, words without thoughts never to heaven go." --King Claudius, Hamlet Writing into the Day: Manic Monday! Welcome back from Snowmagedon!
Friday, January 17th Quote: "O what a rogue and peasant slave am I!" --Hamlet Writing into the Day: Free Write Friday for 5 minutes!!!
Thursday, January 16th Quote: "Sometimes people write novels and they just be so wordy and so self-absorbed. I am not a fan of books. I would never want a book's autograph...I am a proud non-reader of books. I like to get information from doing stuff like actually talking to people and living real life." --Kanye West (while promoting his new book) Writing into the Day: Respond to the quote above.
Wednesday, January 15th Quote: "Brevity is the soul of wit." --Polonius, "Hamlet" Writing into the Day: Flipping the script: At the end of class, answer this: What do you notice that's different from the play and the film version? Why do you think the director decided to make those changes? What were your thoughts on what you just watched?
Tuesday, January 14th Quote: "To thine own self be true." --Hamlet Writing into the Day: From what you've gathered of Hamlet as a character thus far, what modern day character/actor would Hamlet be?
Monday, January 13th Quote: "Frailty thy name is woman!" --Hamlet Writing into the Day: Manic Monday!!! Free Write for 7 minutes today!
Friday, January 10th Quote: "A little more than kin and less than kind." --Hamlet Writing into the Day: Free Write Friday!!! Write for 7 minutes.
Thursday, January 9th Quote: "Something's rotten in the state of Denmark." --Hamlet, Marcellus Writing into the Day: How did your reading of Hamlet go last night? What fears, concerns, excitements do you have about this text?
Wednesday, January 8th Quote: "There is nothing either good or bad, but thinking makes it so." --Hamlet Writing into the Day: Welcome back! I hope you've enjoyed your break! To get you back into it, let's have a free write Wednesday!!! We'll call it Wacky Wednesday...because it has to alliterate!
Wednesday, December 18th Quote: "I even think now that the land of the entire country was hostile to marigolds that year. Certain seeds it will not nurture, certain fruits it will not bear and when the land kills of its own volition, we say that the victim had not right to live." --The Bluest Eye Writing into the Day: What seeds in our society do we not nurture, what fruits will not grow, what do we say doesn't have the rights to live? (I'm speaking symbolically...go deep with this...)
Tuesday, December 17th Quote: "We honed our egos on her, padded our characters with her frailty, and yawned in the fantasy of our strength." --The Bluest Eye Writing into the Day: What were you reactions to this text? What are your thoughts after struggling through and finally completing it? How do you feel after your analysis? What are you left questioning and wondering? Write for 10 minutes.
Monday, December 16th Quote: "Only those who talk their talk through the gold of curved metal, or in the touch of black-and-white rectangles and taut skins and strings echoing from wooden corridors, could give true form to his life." --The Bluest Eye Writing into the Day: Manic Monday! Free-write for 10 minutes!
Friday, December 13th Quote: Elena: "Wow! That dog looks like a wolf!" William: "Or a wild Canadian." --The Cintra Children Writing into the Day: FREE WRITE FRIDAY!!! WRITE FOR 10 MINUTES WITHOUT STOPPING!
Thursday, December 12th Quote: "So she became, and her process of becoming was like most of ours: she developed a hatred for things that mystified or obstructed her; acquired virtues that were easy to maintain; assigned herself a role in the scheme of things; and harked back to simpler times for gratification." --The Bluest Eye (in reference to Mrs. Breedlove) Writing into the Day: Really break this quote down. You're going to write on it for 7 minutes. What does it mean? What's its importance within this text? Can you see this in your life or in the lives of adults around you? Have they resigned themselves to "becoming" in this manner? Remember the quote from day 1: "Becoming is superior to being."? How does this factor into the analysis of this quote? Go.
Wednesday, December 11th (loved that snow day!) Quote: "But to find out the truth about how dreams die, one should never take the word of the dreamer." --The Bluest Eye Writing into the Day: Discuss the quote above. What do you think it means?
Monday, December 9th Quote: "If she was cute...then we were not. And what did that mean? We were lesser. Nicer, brighter, but still lesser." --The Bluest Eye Writing into the Day: Manic Monday: Let it go! There's snow, let it go...(for 7 minutes)
Friday, December 6th Quote: "Let it go, let it go, I am one with the wind and snow." --Elsa from "Frozen" Writing into the Day: Free Write Friday!!! Let it go!!!
Monday, December 2nd ***Answer for Tuesday since website was down yesterday. Quote: "There can't be anyone, I am sure, who doesn't know what it feels like to be disliked, even rejected, momentarily or for sustained periods of time." --Toni Morrison Writing into the Day: Reflect on the quote above. Tell me about a time you've felt this way. What did you do? How did you handle it? Did you handle it?
Monday, November 25 Quote: "Be thankful for what you have; you'll end up having more. Focus on what you don't have, you will never, ever have enough." --Oprah Winfrey Writing into the Day: What are you thankful for?
Thursday, November 21st Quote: "What we say is important, for in most cases the mouth speaks what the heart is full of." --Jim Beggs Writing into the Day: In watching this film, The Great Debaters, write a brief summary about what's happened thus far.
Tuesday, November 19th Quote: "It ain't whatcha write, it's the way atcha write it." --Jack Kerouac Writing into the Day: Complete the following and write for 7 minutes: It was that smell, the smell that lingered in her mind, that whenever briefly encountered by her senses, took her back to .....
Monday, November 18th Quote: "There is no greater agony than bearing the untold story inside of you." --Maya Angelou Writing into the Day: Manic Monday: Free Write for 10 minutes
Friday, November 15th Quote: "People are always blaming their circumstances for what they are. I don't believe in circumstances. The people who get on in this world are the people who get up and look for the circumstances they want, and if they can't find them, make them." --George Bernard Shaw Writing into the Day: Free Write Friday! Write for 10 minutes without talking!!!
Thursday, November 14th Quote: "Increasing vision is increasingly expensive." --R.A. Jarek Writing into the Day: Discuss the quote above. What does it mean and what rhetorical syntactical strategy does it use?
Wednesday, November 13th Quote: "There's nothing to writing; you just sit down at a typewriter and open a vein." --F. Scott Fitzgerald Writing into the Day: Finish the following sentence with a story:
She walked into the room and her heart skipped...
Tuesday, November 12th Quote: "Don't raise your voice, improve your argument." --Desmond Tutu Writing into the Day: Whilst working on the Syntax and Persuasion assignment that you've been working on for the last several days, which one of the terms would you like to delve into in more depth? What is confusing about it?
Monday, November 11th Quote: "My body needs laughter as much as it needs tears. Both are cleansers of stress." --Mahogany Silver Rain Writing into the Day: Manic Monday! Free Write for 7 minutes!
Friday, November 8th Quote: "Everything in life is theater." --Margo Jones Writing into the Day: FREE WRITE FRIDAY!!!
Thursday, November 7th Quote: "Anyone who isn't confused, doesn't really understand the situation." --Edward R. Murrow (commenting on Viet Nam) Writing into the Day: Now is your one and ONLY time to vent frustrations about work load. Should you feel so inclined, go ahead...
Wednesday, November 6th Quote: "To achieve great things, two things are need: a plan and not quite enough time." --Leonard Berstein Writing into the Day: What does this quote mean and can you relate? How so?
Tuesday, November 5th Quote: "The credibility of the teller is the ultimate test of the truth of the proposition." --Neil Postman Writing into the Day: What was your reaction to yesterday's test? How do you think you did?
Wednesday, October 30 Quote: "There's nothing to fear but fear itself." --JFK Writing into the Day: What's the scariest supernatural thing that's happened to you or that you've heard of? Post on yesterday's form.
Tuesday, October 29 Quote: "If the world were a logical place, men would ride side saddle." --Rita Mae Brown Writing into the Day: Based on your homework from last night and reviewing the logical fallacies, what logical fallacy is at play in the above mentioned quote?
Monday, October 28 Quote: "There are three types of lies--lies, damn lies, and statistics." --Benjamin Desrali Writing into the Day: MANIC MONDAY!!!
Friday, October25 Quote: "We can do anything we want to do if we stick to it long enough." --Helen Keller Writing into the Day: FREE WRITE FRIDAY
Thursday, October 24 Quote: "Tact is the ability to tell someone to go to hell in such a way that they look forward to the trip." --Winston Churchill Writing into the Day: Tell someone to go to hell in the most tactful way you can! (refer to quote above, and yes I know it's the same quote from yesterday, but it's really cool!)
Wednesday, October 23 "Tact is the ability to tell someone to go to hell in such a way that they look forward to the trip." --Winston Churchill Writing into the Day: What program or idea justifies a tax increase?
Tuesday, October 22 Quote: "I think you are wrong but I won't argue with you. It's only the intellectually lost who ever argue." --Oscare Wilde
Writing into the Day: What are your thoughts on Obama's approach to the Syrian crisis?
Monday, October 21 Quote: "Honestly, if everyone likes what you're say something is wrong with your message." --Ashley Ormon Writing into the Day: Manic Monday: WRITE WHAT'S ON YOUR MIND FOR 10 MINUTES STRAIGHT!
Thursday, October 17 Quote: "Everything is in the way the material is composed." --Joseph O'Connor Writing into the Day: What are you thoughts on the media being so biased?
Wednesday, October 16 Quote: "We all see that which we are trained to see." --Robert Anton Wilson Writing into the Day: Look around this classroom. Look at the people in it. What do you not see yet effects each individual differently? What's the importance of being aware of this?
Tuesday, October 15 Quote: "The more I see, the less I know for sure." --John Lenon Writing into the Day: You are an object in this room. Who are you?
Monday, October 14 Quote: "When you feel like throwing rocks, make sure they're ones no one can throw back." --Rebecca McKinsey Writing into the Day: Manic Monday: Write for 7 minutes today...whatever's on your mind...go!
Friday, October 11 Quote: "If you don't have time to read, you don't have the time (or the tools) to write. Simple as that." --Stephen King Writing into the Day: FREE WRITE FRIDAY!!!!
Thursday, October 10 Quote: “I mean, you could claim that anything's real if the only basis for believing in it is that nobody's proved it doesn't exist!” ― J.K. Rowling Writing into the Day: Discuss a political issue that you are completely against. Defend your position on this issue.
Wednesday, October 9 Quote: "Everything is in the way the material is composed." --Joseph O'Connor Writing into the Day: Write a news headline for the following image:
Tuesday, October 8 Quote: "Not brute force, only persuasion and faith are the kings of this world." --Thomas Carlyle Writing into the Day: If you could say one thing that EVERYONE HAD TO LISTEN TO, what would it be?
Monday, October 7 Quote: "I once watched several criminals engage in an organized argument, while an audience of supporters cheered them on, but I was so disgusted I had to turn off the political debate." --Jarod Kintz Writing into the Day: What do you think about this quote? What are your thoughts on our current political situation?
Monday, September 30 Quote: "AHHHHHHH" --Mrs. Cintra Writing into the Day: MANIC MONDAY: Free Write MONDAY!!!
Monday, September 23 Quote: "To acquire knowledge, one must study; but to acquire wisdom, one must observe." --Marilyn Vos Savant Writing into the Day: Look around the room. What do you observe? This can be people, things, relationships, mannerisms. Be detailed in your in response.
Friday, September 19 Quote: "The aim of argument, or discussion, should not be victory, but progress." --Joseph Joubert Writing into the Day: FREE WRITE FRIDAY, BUT ONLY FOR 5 MINUTES TODAY! BTW, NO DGP TODAY! WE START WITH CLAUSES AND SENTENCE TYPES ON MONDAY!
Wednesday, September 18 Quote: "The course of true love never did run smooth." --William Shakespeare Writing into the Day: What do you think true love is? Have you ever been in love? How do you think you'll know when or if you are in love?
Tuesday, September 17 Quote: "Women and cats will do as they please, and men and dogs should relax and get used to the idea." --Robert Heinlein Writing into the Day: What are your thoughts on Antigone thus far?
Monday, September 16 Quote: "The test of whether or not you should hold a job should not be in the arrangement of your chromosomes." --Bella Azbug Writing into the Day: Do you believe that males and females are created equal, meaning they can do everything with equal ability? Explain your answer.
Friday, September 13 Quote: "A true hero is not someone who thinks about doing what is right, but one that simply does what is right without thinking." --Kevin Heath Writing into the Day: FREE WRITE FRIDAY!!! Write for 10 minutes!
Wednesday, September 11 Quote: "You can be sure that the American spirit will prevail over this tragedy." --Collin Powell Writing into the Day: Unload all your thoughts on September 11th. What do you remember? What are your thoughts? Where are we now?
Tuesday, September 10 Quote: "There are two tragedies in life: one to loose your hearts desire, the other to gain it." --George Bernard Shaw Writing into the Day: What tragedies have happened in your life and do you think they fall into the categories provided by the above quote?
Monday, September 9 Quote: "This horror will grow mild, the darkness light." --Paradise Lost, John Milton Writing into the Day: How have you felt about your experience with "Paradise Lost" so far?
Friday, September 6 Quote: "What is dark within me, illumine." --Paradise Lost, John Milton Writing into the Day: FREE WRITE FRIDAY!!! WRITE CONTINUOUSLY FOR 10 MINUTES!!!
Thursday, September 5 Quote: "He who overcomes by force hath overcome but half his foe." --Paradise Lost, John Milton Writing into the Day: How can this quote be applied to our current situation (speaking politically) or in your own personal lives?
Wednesday, September 4 Quote: "Never can true reconcilement grow where wounds of hate have pierced so deep." --Paradise Lost, John Milton Writing into the Day: Do you agree with this quote? Have you ever experienced something like this before?
Tuesday, September 3 Quote: "All is not lost, the unconquerable will, and study of revenge, immortal hate, and the courage never to submit or yield." --Paradise Lost, John Milton Writing into the Day: What are your thoughts on what you read over the weekend? What was interesting? What was difficult? How do you feel about it?
Friday, August 30 Quotes: "Awake, arise, or be forever fallen." --Paradise Lost, John Milton Writing into the Day: FREE WRITE FRIDAY!!!!!! WRITE FOR 10 MINUTES STRAIGHT WITHOUT STOPPING!!!
Thursday, August 29 Quotes: "The mind, in its own place and in its own self, can make a heaven of hell, a hell of heaven." --Paradise Lost, John Milton Writing into the Day: What do you think this quote means? Break it down and work through it as you write.
Wednesday, August 28 Quotes: "To see clearly is poetry, prophecy, and religion all in one." --John Ruskin Writing into the Day: Have you ever had a moment of clarity when you realized something huge or had a new insight? What was that like? Describe that moment.
Tuesday, August 27 Quote: "Poetry begins as a lump in the throat, a sense of wrong, a homesickness, a lovesickness." --Robert Frost Writing into the Day: What are your experiences with poetry? Do you like it or dislike it? Have you had good experiences in classes or horrific ones?
Monday, August 26 Quote: "Not brute force but only persuasion and faith are the kings of this world." --Thomas Carlyle Writing into the Day: What techniques do you use to persuade your parents to get you to do what you want?
Friday, August 23 Quote: "The real ornament of woman is her character, her purity." --Ghandi Writing into the Day: FREE WRITE FRIDAY: Write whatever is on your mind without stopping for 10 minutes! Don't filter it, just write!!! WRITE PAST YOUR FILTER!
Thursday, August 22 Quote: "Much can be inferred about a man from his mistress; in her one beholds his weaknesses and his dreams." --Georg Christoph Lictenburg Writing into the Day: Why is the following picture funny?
Wednesday, August 21 Quote: "Most people do not want freedom, because freedom involves responsibility and most people are frightened of responsibility." --Sigmund Freud Writing into the Day: How would you respond to this quote? Are you frightened of responsibility?
Tuesday, August 20, 2013 Quote: "Any sufficiently advanced technology is indistinguishable from magic." --Arthur C. Clarke Writing into the Day: What are your thoughts about the technology use in this class? What are you looking forward to and what are you nervous about?
Monday, August 19, 2013 Quote: "Music, at its essence, is what gives us memories. And the longer a song has existed in our lives, the more memories we have of it." --Stevie Wonder Writing into the Day: Write about a memory you have that you think of every time you hear a certain song. What is that song? Why does it remind you of this memory?
Friday, August 16, 2013 Quote: "It's the repetition of affirmations that leads to the belief. And once that belief become a deep conviction, things begin to happen." --Muhammad Writing into the Day: What do you believe and why do you believe this?
Thursday, August 15, 2013: Read the quote and respond to the question in the box provided below: *Note: You may do this by going to www.cintrasclass.weebly.com on your smart phone or you may write the answer on a piece of paper to turn in.
Quote: "Becoming is superior to being." --Paul Klee Writing into the Day What do you want to "become" at school this year? What are do you want to get from this class or what do you feel like you need help with in English, reading, or writing?