Mr. Robert Keim's

English Class


Sudden Light 2010 (pdf file)


Dear students,

Hello, and welcome to Mr. Keim's English classes!

The classroom rules are simple and will be posted in the room and are expected to be followed. They are:

1. WORK HARD

2. BE CURIOUS

3. GET BETTER

4. FOLLOW DIRECTIONS

(explanation of these rules)

In this class you should plan to have homework assignments nightly. Homework is due at the beginning of class of the due date given unless otherwise specified. 

If you are absent, you are expected to make up the assignments (including tests, class work and homework) missed within two class days of your return to school. Multiple days absent in a row allows for slightly longer make-up time to be determined by your teacher.

YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR GETTING YOUR MISSED ASSIGNMENTS.

All work is to be completed on white paper with blue or black ink. No exceptions. If you use unacceptable colors or complete an assignment in pencil, the work will be returned to you with no grade and will be considered late when you re-do them. Any word-processed assignments must be double spaced, 12 point, Times New Roman or Arial font.

Thank you very much; I look forward to a successful semester!

Mr. Robert Keim

10th Grade English

Red Creek High School

RKeim@rccsd.org


Literary Terms students should know

Visit My Favorite Quotations page

ABOUT ME


 

Search multiple dictionaries at http://www.onelook.com/

OneLook
Dictionary Search

and check etymology at

The Online Etymology Dictionary

Cool tools:

Selecting these links below will lead away from rccsd.org

Online Visual Thesaurus (really cool)

GUIDE TO GRAMMAR AND WRITING

Online Grammar Quizzes

MLA FORMAT

http://www.socionics.com/

PERSONALITY TYPING

Paragon Learning Style Inventory

Career Forward

Point to ponder

 

RED CRICKET NEWSPAPER


CLICK HERE

to submit text assignments or questions

(full size of homework and poetry graphic)

If you do not have Microsoft Word, try:

http://www.openoffice.org/

(Save documents as "rich text format" to use at school)


  SAT Preparation:  Question of the Day


 

ENGLISH SEVEN

 

 


 

Click "poetry" above for portfolio information, links, and a link to the Poetry Quest web pages.

POETRY "REFERENCE TABLES" PDF FILE

 


Is your work done?

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NEW:

VOCABULARY, SPELLING, and HISTORY FUN

or:

Use your vocabulary skills to fight world hunger


CLICK HERE FOR THE "POETRY QUEST"


Mr. Keim's ASL link SITE


Click the picture to the left for a .jpg file or click link below for a PDF version of

ACTIVE

READING

BOOKMARKS.

 

 

 


Book Synopsis Guidelines

Synopsis terms (supplement)

Explanation PowerPoint

NEW version - structure and lit elements (.doc file)

Science Fiction Synopsis Format Sheet (03/2015)

Sci Fi Notes sheets

 

Click HERE for the required Journal notes sheets

Great Dictator notes

LORD OF THE FLIES NOTES

 


BLITZ POEM DIRECTIONS PowerPoint

Midsummer Night's Dream Storyboard info

Midsummer Night's Dream coloring pages

 

 

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Updated by Robert Keim on April 17,  2015

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Feel free to contact me at rkeim@rccsd.org with any questions you may have.