English 2 This course is designed to build on previously acquired literary, grammatical, and critical thinking skills. Additionally, students will improve upon comprehension and collaborative skills while beginning to evaluate themselves from a global perspective.
Set 1 8/15 Journal 5 Vent. How is your first full week back going? The good, the bad? What goals will you set for yourself this semester? 8/14 Journal 4 What would be the pros and cons of a universal language? Why do you think one has not been established? What is the closest thing we have to it no? Explain your reasoning.
8/13 Journal 3 Address your volunteerism. What is your plan and how will you do it? Clearly relate to your social issue. When do you anticipate being finished?
8/12 Journal 2 Reflect on communication processes. How might our current methods be improved? Rewrite the alphabet to be more effective. What would you change and why? Journal 1 What do you know of your own family history? How was that information communicated? Do you think it necessary to be aware of the past? Explain.