Monday, February 18, 2008

WMD (WAR MEDIA DEMOCRACY)

Review a website at my portaportal by using the web analysis worksheet at Reading the Word & World Global Vision Website. Then blog about it here. Include the site name, the link, the authors and sponsors, what you liked and didn't like about the site. Make sure to include your first name, last initial, social studies teacher and period.

Tuesday, January 15, 2008

A LONG WAY GONE-FACT OR FICTION?

A Long Way Gone by Ishmael Beah is the Franklin Reads! choice for 2008 & the Multnomah County Public Library Everybody Reads book. BUT NOW THERE IS CONTROVERSY. Read about it at The Multnomah County Blog Site and then tell us what you think right here--Do you think his story is "true?" Does it matter? Include your first name, last initial, your English teacher's name, and grade.

Thursday, October 4, 2007

HOLOCAUST LITERATURE, WEBSITES, AND MOVIES

Check out some of the books on Sophomore English page or at our Portaportal or at the Multnomah County Library Homework Center Holocaust Megalinks List
Write a creative response or an analysis and post it in the comments section.

Monday, August 6, 2007

Advertising the Truth (Director Cut)

Sandra Childs' Global Studies class must create their own anti-ads. Check out this video. And check out the assignment at Reading the Word & the World.

Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Vote for Franklin Reads 2007-2008

Which should be the 2007-2008 FHS Reads selction? Sammy & Juliana in Hollywood or A Long Way Gone? Check out the audio clips at the wordandworld website or check out the books from the FHS Library or Multnomah County Library. Then tell us why you chose that book. Or defend a different selection.

Sunday, July 22, 2007

Summer Reading


Tell us the title and the author of what you read this summer for your FHS Summer Reading and Post a Review that includes the genre, the page length, the reading level (easy, average, hard), a brief summary,a quote from the book that reflects a theme or issue. what you got out of the story and if you enjoyed it or not and why. Be sure to include your first name, your last initial, your English teacher's name and your grade. See the Model Review & let your English teacher know you posted!