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Monday March 7

Create final outline, figure out how many body paragraphs in essay, which notecards will go in which paragraph. 

Nicole Meylor

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Meet Ms. Meylor

My name is Nicole Meylor and I have been a teacher at Los Altos for 19 years. Yes, 19! I received my BA in English from UCLA and my MA in Education from Pepperdine. I am the proud mother of a 13 year old son and 2 crazy dogs. I have taught all grade levels, but feel particularly excited to work with seniors and preparing them for college in their last year of high school. I live in Long Beach and have so for the majority of my life. I love teaching, but outside of school I like watching baseball, spending time with my family and friends, and listening to music.

email:nmeylor@hlpusd.k12.ca.us

 

ERWC

Welcome to the 2015-2016 school year and to Expository Reading and Writing Course. This course was developed by professors in the Cal State system to better prepare our students for the rigor and requirements at the college level. The year will include 8 thematic units, or modules, that will enhance their reading and writing skills through looking at a theme from multiple perspectives. Module work is turned in at the end of the module as a packet which encourages organizational skills which is critical to success in college.

 

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