Jan. 09, 2013

Online Class Schedule and Information

to:All Students

Greetings Students,

I pray all are well.

Every Thursday and Friday we have online classes via WizIQ, Please make sure you are always on time. For those who have LEAD on Thursdays, I expect you to view the recordings and write a summary based on that lesson. Submit the summary every Monday at class.

Online Schedule:

Group A: Thursday and Friday: 7:45 am

Group B: Thursday 9:15 am Friday: 9:00 am

Group C: Thursday 10:30 am Friday: 10:15 am

Make sure you remember your schedule: From time to to time the schedule may changed, please check your emails daily (especially before you come to school).

Thank you much!

Have a wonderful day!

Sept. 05, 2012

Welcome Message and School Info

to:All Students

Alsalaamu alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakhatuhu, Greetings Students,

Please visit : :// to read the Welcome Message. Make sure your parents are with you when you read it, inshaAllah

JazakumAllah Khayr

Thank you

Ms delValle

Feb. 13, 2012

Word Book 20

to:English/Lit A

Word Book list 20

Test on Monday, Feb 20, 2012


  1. inane (adj)
  2. incarcerate (v)
  3. induce (v)
  4. introverted (adj)
  5. inundate (v)
  6. legacy (n)

Dec. 05, 2011

Narrative Paragraph

to:All Students

Bismillah Al Rahman Al Raheem

wa salatu wa salamu sayyiddina Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sahbihi wa sallam,

Alsalamu alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakhatuhu

Below are important notes you MUST write in your English notebooks and study.

For homework, write a one paragraph personal narrative based on the notes.

A narrative paragraph tells something that happened, tells something you did.

Topic - the subject matter of the paragraph. It tells the who or what the paragraph is about.

The main idea is the most important idea the paragraph tells about the topic.

The Topic/Main Idea Sentence tells what the paragraph is about and contains the main point or idea.

Supporting Details/Supporting Detail Sentences - A paragraph contains facts, statements, examples-specifics which guide us to a full understanding of the main idea. They clarify, illuminate, explain, describe, expand and illustrate the main idea and are called supporting details.

How to determine the topic of a paragraph?
You ask the question, Who or what is this paragraph about?

Determining Supporting Details

1. Decide which details help to further the story line or information.
2. Decide which details help you to understand the main idea.
3. Answer question raised by the main idea (who, what when, why or how).

Example (do not write the example in your notes unless it will assist you in understanding).

I had a great time at my friend's birthday party! First we played some games. I won three prizes. We had cake and ice cream next. That was my favorite! After eating, we watched my friend open presents. Finally, it was time to go home. I can't wait to go to another party!

The bold underline sentence is the topic/main idea sentence. The smaller sentences are the supporting details. The regular typed sentences are the closing.

Dec. 05, 2011


to:English/Lit A

Please  make sure you complete all assignments on time. inshaAllah

The assignments for this week:

  1.  review Pronoun - Antecedent Agreement in your grammar books
  2. Complete personal narrative writing assignment worksheet (everything that went right/everything that went wrong)
  3. Read the assignment on the blog wall, write the notes and complete a one paragraph narrative.


Oct. 13, 2011

Check Emails Daily

to:All Students


Alsalamu alaykum wa rahmatullahi wa barakhatuhu Students,

Please check your emails DAILY, 2 twice a day -- in the morning and evening. I will be sending info on a weekly basis.

Fee aman Allah

Sis. Sumayyah