• During the week of May 11-15, you will be required to take an AICE mock exam. This is in place of the exam you were supposed to take. There will be different versions of the same test for you to choose from based on your preference and resources available to you. There will be document-based tests and Google Classroom quiz versions. No matter which version you choose to complete, it must be completed and submitted online within the allotted time.

     

    There will be two parts to the exam: an essay and a reading comprehension section with short answers.

     

    You will be able to complete the exam online using Google Classroom. You can also download the text files and type your answers, but they must be typed out in a neat and understandable fashion. Although not recommended, the third way is to print the resources, handwrite your answers, scan the documents, and finally upload the files.

     

    This mock exam, along with samples of your previous work, will be used by Cambridge, in lieu of the official final exam, to justify the grade you earn in AICE General Paper.

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    During the week of May 11-15, you will be required to take an AICE mock exam. This is in place of the exam you were supposed to take. There will be different versions of the same test for you to choose from based on your preference and resources available to you. There will be document-based tests and Google Classroom quiz versions. No matter which version you choose to complete, it must be completed and submitted online within the allotted time.

     

    There will be two parts to the exam: an essay and a reading comprehension section with short answers.

     

    You will be able to complete the exam online using Google Classroom. You can also download the text files and type your answers, but they must be typed out in a neat and understandable fashion. Although not recommended, the third way is to print the resources, handwrite your answers, scan the documents, and finally upload the files.

     

    This mock exam, along with samples of your previous work, will be used by Cambridge, in lieu of the official final exam, to justify the grade you earn in AICE General Paper.

     

     

    Remind Text Message:

         Text @aicegp1920 to 81010

     

    Class Instagram: 

           @mswheelersenglishclass

    Most work will be found on Google Classroom. Please join Remind to get the most up to date information about the class. 

     

    Please access the Digital Learning Syllabus (Updated 4-15-2020) and for more information. 

     

    Google Classroom Codes:

    1st Period: 4uncqxz

    2nd Period: qbz19g

    3rd Period: ru5omuk

    4th Period: vpstpbc

    5th Period: vfjx6aq

    6th Period: xwa6vt8

     

     Flipgrid Codes:

    1st Period: wheeler001

    2nd Period: wheeler002

    3rd Period: wheeler003

    4th Period: wheeler004

    5th Period: wheeler005

    6th Period: wheeler006

     

    Membean Codes:

    1st Period: WQPQD7C

    2nd Period: WQPQB8Q

    3rd Period: WQPQ862

    4th Period: WQPQ9NK

    5th Period: WQPQDXQ

    6th Period: WQPQA4M

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