GO PIRATES!

Mrs. Jennifer MacDonald, M.Ed.
jmacdonald@palisadessd.org (email preferred)
610-847-5131, ext. 2318
 
Teacher of English, ESL, and Spanish 
 
Extra Involvement:
Class of 2018 Co-Advisor
Book Club 
 
Photo of Jennifer MacDonald and Family 
 

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Welcome to my website!  Please check for your class website via Google Classroom for homework and other pertinent information.   This is more collaborative and allows for greater student input. All students have been provided with the access codes and sharing settings to access this information. Students will help build and maintain the site for the class. Direct links can be accessed below for each course. Parents, please feel free to email me and I can add you to those sites and documents! At times, I will also send Remind101 messages to mobile devices and email accounts for larger projects/tests. 
 
Parents and students please feel free to contact me at any point with questions or concerns. Email is the easiest form of communication, especially if an issue is time-sensitive.  I look forward to working with you this year!
 
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Fall Schedule 2016 

Period 1 - Professional Responsibilities  
 
English 9-2 (Period 2 room 115)
Welcome to Spanish class. Please Visit our Google Classroom for assignments, discussions, and more!
Please note that this class has elected to use Remind101 for nightly hw, in place of Google Classroom. 
 
 
 
Spanish 3 (Period 3 room 101)
Welcome to Spanish class. Please Visit our Google Classroom for assignments, discussions, and more! 
 
 
 
 
ESL (Period 4)
Please see the ESL page listed in the menu on the left side for more information and resources. 
 
 
 
An Important Note for Students Studying Spanish at Home:
If you don't have a dictionary at home and need help looking up a word, use:
 
http://www.wordreference.com/es/translation.asp
OR 
http://www.spanishdict.com/translation. 
 
--Remember don't use this to translate phrases or sentences, just look up single words.  Using a any translator for any assignment could potentially result in a zero. Using phrases and sentences is considered plagiarism. 
 
--Word Reference is a much stronger website as it provides context for choosing the appropriate translation! 
 


  

 
 
Last Modified on January 4, 2017
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