Welcome to the Wiki! This page is intended for the use of Ms. Conaway's English III-H classes at AC Reynolds High School in Asheville, North Carolina.
To your left, under navigation, you will see a list of different subject headings. Click on the subject we are currently working on. Once there, follow the directions to locate information and participate in online discussion. If you have any questions/comments, I can be reached at leigh.conaway@bcsemail.org.

Please also check out my school website for more information on classes: http://www.buncombe.k12.nc.us/967201030225143170/site/default.asp

Note: All documents on this Wiki are .doc format and can be opened in Microsoft Word (or Excel)

If you are not a member, follow the steps below:

  1. Click on Join in the top right corner above.
  2. Create a wikispaces user name. Be sure to click "no" on "Create Space."
  3. Go to your email and follow the link to sign in.
  4. Come back to this space and click on "Join this space."
  5. Write who you are in your comments and send to me (site organizer).
  6. I will approve you.

How to respond to a discussion prompt:

1.Click on the discussion tab at the top of the screen on the page of the novel we are discussing.

2. Click on the current discussion prompt

3. Reply to the prompt - your answer should be at least one medium sized-large paragraph and be worthy of comment.
Do NOT simply state an opinion without substantiated factual support. Tell us WHY you think what you do.

4. For most of your discussion assignments, you will be doing two things:
1.)Stating your own opinion as it pertains to a quote, reading selection, or video segment
2.)Responding to someone else’s post-your response can be a comment indicating whether you agree/disagree, or you can expand on a point that a classmate brought up in his/her response

-You should reply to at least one of your peers' responses. These are not to be derogatory in nature.
-Be sure to put the name of the person you are responding to in the subject.
for example: re:Summer Reading (Ms. Conaway)