Office Hours


Mr. Beagan will have office hours every Monday from 9-10 AM. Click this link every Monday between 9-10 AM to video chat with him. Of course, you can continue to contact Mr. Beagan at any time via email with your questions or to set up another time to video chat with Mr. Beagan Monday-Friday between 9AM and 5 PM: jbeaganpccam@gmail.com

Greeting to Students: Remote learning directions

You can email me anytime with questions about the classwork.  Use this email: jbeaganpccam@gmail.com and I will get back to you during school hours. Check my teacher page daily to find your assignments for the day.  I will post your first assignment by 8am on Monday, March 23rd.  I will post the assignment for Tuesday by 8 am on Tuesday, through Friday. 

Your daily assignments are due by 8 am the following day.  In addition to course credit, this is also how I will take "attendance".

If you want to get ahead, click your class-link below to create your study.com account.  You will have to answer questions on study.com every day.

AP Literature and Composition

ESL 3

Exploring Literature

Miss you guys,

Mr. Beagan

Advanced Placement: English Literature

Mr. Beagan's assignments are posted daily on his calendar.

1-29-19 (parent contact)

Dear Parents and Students of ESL 2,

Today was a rigorous first day of school for Liberty's ESL 2 students.  They learned what a bubble sheet is (a signal that they will receive a grade based on the accuracy of their responses).  They also learned that a vocabulary root is the smallest unit of meaning contained in a word.  Students will memorize 40+  Greek and Latin vocabulary roots this semester.  Then, they will apply that knowledge to the analysis of thousands of unfamiliar words that they will continue to encounter in all their classrooms, in high-stakes standardized tests and in complex texts for the rest of their lives. 

The students next steps should be to never leave a bubble blank!  Whenever a student has a test or classwork involving a bubble sheet, they should count the number of questions so they know how much time they have for each question.  See the picture below.  Why did most students get numbers 11 and 12 wrong?  Numbers 13-24 consisted of 12 True or False questions.  If students do not know the answer, they should always guess.  For numbers 11 and 12, what would be the student's chances of getting the answer correct if they guessed at random?  What about number 13?   What is the harm in guessing?  (There is no harm in guessing.) A better question might be: what is the most effective way to guess?