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Mr. Chris Mulqueen
Hello students, parents and educators. My name is Chris Mulqueen, English teacher, grades 10-11.
Journaling can be an effective way to process our thoughts and feelings in writing especially during these difficult times. It is also a great way to keep our writing sharp and fluid. Please repond in one to two paragraphs to the journal topics posted here, please include your response in the body of the email rather than as an attachment. And remember, we are in this together.
3/30/2020 We are all social beings who thrive on human interaction and during these difficult times many people may be eperiencing feelings of loneliness or isolation. How are you coping with the "social distancing" requirement of this current global conflict? How are you maintaining social contact with others? Do you have any positive tips that may be helpful to others?
3/26/2020 Students I am now on Remind @mmulq class: English 11. Please join, contact me, let me know how you are doing on the first assignment, and share with classmates.
3/25/2020 Students please check in as soon as possible. Send me an email firstname.lastname@example.org and let me know where you are with the first assignment. Please direct any classmates you are in contact with to visit this page.
In these challenging times we want to stay sharp and continue the educational progress we have made this school year. I hope students and families are healthy and safe. I will be available to repond to all emails Monday-Friday from 8:00 am -11:30 am.
If you managed to pick up a paper version of the distance learning packet, we will begin with that. If not, the materials are available online.
3/23/2020 The first assignment is a mock Regents exam. The exam can be found online, simply google NYSED ELA regents exams and select June 2014. https://nysedregents.org/hsela/614/hsela62014-exam.pdf
Please email the argument essay and the central idea/literary element essay and I will be grading it and providing feedback. Please submit the essay in the body of the email rather than as an attachment. In addition, complete Part 1, reading comprehension with multiple choice questions.
Feel free to email me email@example.com with any questions or concerns or just to say hi, we miss you all.