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  1. English 10 - 5/29/12 • RC – Attend school sporting events, show appreciation to an assistant coach. • How do you think couples should behave towards each other? • What is the easiest way to get on TV? • Runnion – a paltry, scurvy retch. Goals –Continue discussing “battle of the sexes” issues and watch the video. Homework – Don’t forget to study for quiz # 34 Friday!

  2. English 10 - 5/30/12 • RC – Journal. “Listening is such a simple act. It requires us to be present, and it takes practice, but we don’t have to do anything else. We don’t have to advise, or coach, or sound wise. We just have to be willing to sit there and listen.” Margaret Wheatley. • Do brothers or sisters ever become best friends? Does it matter? • What do you call a sleeping bull? • Nithing – a base coward. Goals – Watch video. Discuss themes from anticipation guide. Homework – none.

  3. English 10 - 5/31/12 • RC – Journal – do you throw your trash away after lunch or do you let the custodians take care of it? • What connections can you make between Taming of the Shrew and life here at Okanogan High School? • What kind of nut sounds like a sneeze? • Nup – a silly person. Goals – Discuss themes from the play. Check to see if your anticipation guide questions match what you know about the play. Homework – none.

  4. English 10 - 6/1/12 • Five minutes to study for quiz #34. • Can a person tame or change a person that they love? • What did one sheep say to when it’s friend sneezed? • Puler – a whiner. Goals – Complete vocabulary study #34. Watch video. Homework – none.