The "Alice Project"

A 10th Grade Honors English Tour of "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland"

11 Days to Go: Counting Blog Entries November 23, 2009

Filed under: Observations,Week 4 of the Project — Christian Long @ 12:09 am

Now that the somewhat insane double pressure of having to complete their Lord of the Flies projects right in the middle of doing “Alice Project” work, I’m curious if the pace of writing will increase now that the students have a major obstacle out of their way.  With that said, I wanted to put together a quick sketch of how each student/team is doing with regards to the # of entries they’ve already completed and how close they are to their “12+” target by December 3rd.

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With that said, here’s what we have with 11 days to go:

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Team #1: 24 of 48+ complete

  • Student #1: 7 of 12+ complete
  • Student #2: 5 of 12+ complete
  • Student #3: 6 of 12+ complete
  • Student #4: 6 of 12+ complete

Team #2: 31 of 60+ complete (note: one student has 1 more than needed)

  • Student #1: 11 of 12+ complete
  • Student #2: 13 of 12+ complete
  • Student #3: 4 of 12+ complete
  • Student #4: 2 of 12+ complete
  • Student #5: 1 of 12+ complete

Team #3: 28 of 60+ complete

  • Student #1: 4 of 12+ complete
  • Student #2: 8 of 12+ complete
  • Student #3: 6 of 12+ complete
  • Student #4: 4 of 12+ complete
  • Student #5: 6 of 12+ complete

Team #4: 24 of 48+ complete

  • Student #1: 6 of 12+ complete
  • Student #2: 7 of 12+ complete
  • Student #3: 4 of 12+ complete
  • Student #4: 7 of 12+ complete

Team #5: 43 of 60+ complete (note: one student has 5 more than needed)

  • Student #1: 5 of 12+ complete
  • Student #2: 6 of 12+ complete
  • Student #3: 5 of 12+ complete
  • Student #4: 11 of 12+ complete
  • Student #5: 16 of 12+ complete

Team #6: 30 of 60+ complete

  • Student #1: 5 of 12+ complete
  • Student #2: 5 of 12+ complete
  • Student #3: 10 of 12+ complete
  • Student #4: 5 of 12+ complete
  • Student #5: 5 of 12+ complete

Team #7: 27 of 48+ complete

  • Student #1: 7 of 12+ complete
  • Student #2: 7 of 12+ complete
  • Student #3: 8 of 12+ complete
  • Student #4: 5 of 12+ complete

Team #8: 30 of 48+ complete (note: one student has 1 more than needed)

  • Student #1:  5 of 12+ complete
  • Student #2: 13 of 12+ complete
  • Student #3:  5 of 12+ complete
  • Student #4:  7 of 12+ complete

Team #9: 44 of 48+ complete (note: one student has 2 more than needed)

  • Student #1:  11 of 12+ complete
  • Student #2:  14 of 12+ complete
  • Student #3:   8 of 12+ complete
  • Student #4:  11 of 12+ complete

Team #10: 13 of 42+ complete

  • Student #1: 7 of 12+ complete
  • Student #2: 0 of 6+ complete (note: student has been sick and is doing a modified schedule to complete project)
  • Student #3: 4 of 12+ complete
  • Student #4: 2 of 12+ complete

Team #11: 26 of 60+ complete

  • Student #1:  10 of 12+ complete
  • Student #2:   3 of 12+ complete
  • Student #3:   4 of 12+ complete
  • Student #4:   5 of 12+ complete
  • Student #5:   4 of 12+ complete

Team #12: 27 of 48+ complete (note: one student has 2 more than needed)

  • Student #1:  2 of 12+ complete
  • Student #2: 14 of 12+ complete
  • Student #3:  1 of 12+ complete
  • Student #4: 10 of 12+ complete

Team #13: 13 of 48+ complete

  • Student #1:  2 of 12+ complete
  • Student #2:  1 of 12+ complete
  • Student #3:  6 of 12+ complete
  • Student #4:  4 of 12+ complete
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