English 4


Please be aware that I will out of the office starting @ 1pm today (Wed) 
I will be attending a conference in Orlando. I will return on Monday, February 3rd.

What does that mean?
1. Grading, calls, texts and emails will have a delay in response time.
2. There will not be a live lesson on Thurs @ noon

Please keep in mind I will still be monitoring your progress while I am out of the office =)

All students in their grace period are required to be on pace by Friday at 4pm to remain active.

To be on pace here is what is due by Friday @ 4pm. PLEASE check your pace chart. 

If you are in...

Semester 1 of English 3 assignments: 1.00, 1.01, 1.02, 1.03, 1.04, 1.05

Semester 2 of English 3 assignments: 5.00, 5.01, 5.02, 5.03, 5.04, 5.05 

Semester 1 of English 4 assignments: 1.00, 1.01, 1.02, 1.03, 1.04, 1.05

Semester 2 of English 4 assignments: 3.00, 3.01, 3.02, 3.03, 3.04, 3.05

If you need help please reach out to me before 1pm today.  

If you are stuck on an assignment while I am away, please try your best and complete it anyway (remember you can always revise) I will be happy to go over it with you when I return. 

Remember, many of the "tricky" assignments have help videos posted on the announcement page. 

Have a great weekend and continue to make me proud. =) 

If you need a Welcome Call or DBA and you do not see a time that works for you, please call or text me to set it up.
Once you have set up your DBA, you may continue working. Do not skip DBAs without setting it up. You should never need more than one DBA at a time.

You are required to work in order and should not be doing quizzes without completing all work leading up to the quiz. 

Post-tests and pre-tests do not need a password. Post-tests should not be completed until all work in the Module is complete. 

English 4 is a course that provides students the opportunity to study classic literature and modern text.  Students will have the opportunitiy to use Web 2.0 tools in relation to research.  Students will be expected to use MLA documentation and textual support for essays.


Click on the link to make an appointment for welcome calls, DBAs, and monthly calls. 


Ms. Bonadies
Ms. Bonadies

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Be sure to leave a message!
Email:  KimBo@leeschools.net

Live Lessons Thurs @ 12pm

​Helpful Resources Semester 1

Module 1 1.01 Beowulf Translation Click here 

SparkNotes use as a supplement not in place of reading =) 

1.02  Help Video 

1.03 Beowulf Translation Click here 

SparkNotes use as a supplement not in place of reading =) 

1.04 Help Video

Shield Website

1.05 Help Video 

SparkNotes use as a supplement not in place of reading =)

1.06 Help Video 

1.07 Help Video 

1.08 Help Video 

1.09 Help Video 

1.10 Help Video 

1.11 Help Video 

1.12 DBA information Click here

1.13 Help Video 

1.14 Help Video 

1.15 Help Video 

1.16 Formatting Dialogue 1          

        Formatting Dialogue 2           

        Formatting Dialogue 3 

1.17 Help Video 

        Revision Checklist 

1.18 Help Video 

Module 2 

2.01 Help Video 

2.02 Help Video 

2.03 DBA information Make sure to contact me to complete this DBA before submitting your Topic Selection Chart. 

Study Guide 

2.04 Help Video

2.05 Help Video 

2.06 Help Video 

Click the videos below to learn more:

MLA citations
Annotated Bibliography

2.07 Help Video 

2.08 Help Video 

2.09 Help Video 

2.10  Help Video 

Honors Seg 1

1.01Help Video 

1.02 Help Video 

1.03 Help Video 

1.04 Help Video 

1.05 Help Video 

1.06 Help Video

LVS Vision

To be a globally competitive virtual school providing quality, student centered education which develops model citizens using challenging, innovative and active learning.

Pace is very important to earn credit for the course. Students should be maintaining pace to remain active. 


Segment 1 Pace Chart
Segment 2 Pace Chart


Perdue Owl
Citation Machine

Helpful Resources Semester 2

Module 3

3.01 Help Video 

3.02 Help Video 

3.03 Help Video 

3.04 Help Video 

Additional Resources: Click each title to link to the poem

“The Bells,” Edgar Allen Poe

“The Prisoner,” Emily Bronte

“Annabel Lee,” Edgar Allen Poe

“The Tide Rises, The Tide Falls,” Henry Wadsworth Longfellow

“Sonnet 43,” Elizabeth Barrett Browning

“‘Hope’ is the thing with feathers,” by Emily Dickinson

“Song of Myself,” Walt Whitman

3.05 Help Video 

3.06 DBA information 

DBA Study Guide

3.07 Help Video 

3.08 Help Video 

3.09 Help Video 

3.10 Help Video 

3.11 Help Video Module 4

4.01 Help Video 

4.02 Help Video 

4.03 Help Video 

4.04 Help Video 

4.05 Help Video 

4.06 Help Video 

4.07 Help Video 

4.08 Help Video 

4.09 Help Video 

Additional Help 

4.10 Help Video 

4.11 DBA information 

Study Guide

Honors Seg 2

2.01 Help Video   

2.02 Help Video 

2.03 Help Video

2.04 Help Video 

2.05 Annotated Bibliography 

        Help Video

2.06 Help Video 


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