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"Maybe it was yesterday." ~ Albert Camus, The Stranger

Homework is listed below by date assigned. The due date is next class period unless otherwise noted. If you are unsure of something, e-mail me at kmathews@ihahs.com.

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Homework for the week of June 6th, 2011

THE EXAM REVIEW DOCUMENT IS NOW AVAILABLE. DOWNLOAD IT HERE!

"Letter to Senior Teacher" due Tuesday, June 7th. Download the template here.

All work the needs to be made up will be made up on Tuesday.

Book checks will be performed on Tuesday. Be sure to bring your textbook to class.

 THE EXAM REVIEW DOCUMENT IS NOW AVAILABLE. DOWNLOAD IT HERE!

"Letter to Senior Teacher" due Wednesday, June 8th. (More details will be given in class.) Download the template here.

All work the needs to be made up will be made up on Tuesday.

Book checks will be performed on Wednesday. Be sure to bring your textbook to class.

 

Homework for the week of May 31st, 2011
Work on your essay assignment on The Crucible. Details can be found hereTHE ESSAY IS NOW DUE ON JUNE 3rd, NOT JUNE 2nd.  Be sure to also upload a copy to turnitin.com.

Test on The Crucible will be on Friday, June 3rd 2011. NOTE: If you missed any quizzes on The Crucible, plan to make them up at this time.

"Letter to Senior Teacher" due Tuesday, June 7th. Download the template here.

Work on your essay assignment on The Crucible. Details can be found here. THE ESSAY IS NOW DUE ON JUNE 3rd, NOT JUNE 2nd. Be sure to also upload a copy to turnitin.com.

Test on The Crucible will be on Friday, June 3rd 2011. NOTE: If you missed any quizzes on The Crucible, plan to make them up at this time.

 "Letter to Senior Teacher" due Wednesday, June 8th. (More details will be given in class.) Download the template here.

 

Homework for the week of May 23rd, 2011
Work on your essay assignment on The Crucible. Details can be found here. Due June 2nd.

Test on The Crucible will be on Friday, June 3rd 2011.

Work on your essay assignment on The Crucible. Details can be found here. Due June 2nd.

Test on The Crucible will be on Friday, June 3rd 2011.

 

Homework for the week of May 16th, 2011
5/16 5/17 5/18 5/19 5/20
No homework. No homework. Work on your essay assignment on The Crucible. Details can be found here.
No homework. No homework. Work on your essay assignment on The Crucible. Details can be found here.
No homework. No homework.
No homework. No homework.
No homework. No homework.

 

Homework for the week of May 9th, 2011
5/9 5/10 5/11 5/12 5/13
For Tuesday: Read Act 1 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For May 12th: Read Act 2 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For May 13th: Read Act 3 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For May 16th: Read Act 4 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For Next Class: Read Act 2 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For May 13th: Read Act 3 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For May 16th: Read Act 4 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

No class today. See previous.

For Friday: Read Act 3 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

Students who have been assigned parts may want to print out the appropriate pages (1144-1145 & 1148-1151) from an online source to use in class..

For May 16th: Read Act 4 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class. 

For Monday: Read Act 4 of The Crucible. 
For Tuesday: Read Act 1 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For May 11th: Read Act 2 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For May 13th: Read Act 3 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For May 16th: Read Act 4 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class. 

For Tomorrow: Read Act 2 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For May 13th: Read Act 3 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For May 16th: Read Act 4 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class. 

For Friday: Read Act 3 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

Students who have been assigned parts may want to print out the appropriate pages (1144-1145 & 1148-1151) from an online source to use in class..

For May 16th: Read Act 4 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class. 

No class today. See previous. For Monday: Read Act 4 of The Crucible.
You will have a Vocabulary Quiz on Units 29 and 30 on Wednesday.

No other homework.

You will have a Vocabulary Quiz on Units 29 and 30 on Wednesday.

No other homework.

No homework. No homework. No homework.
For Wednesday, May 11th: Test on Death of a Salesman.

You will have a Vocabulary Quiz on Units 29 and 30 on Thursday.

No class today. See previous.

You will have a Vocabulary Quiz on Units 29 and 30 on Thursday.

No homework. No homework.
For Wednesday, May 11th: Test on Death of a Salesman.

You will have a Vocabulary Quiz on Units 29 and 30 on Thursday.

No class today. See previous.

You will have a Vocabulary Quiz on Units 29 and 30 on Thursday.

No homework. No homework.

 

Homework for the week of May 2nd, 2011
5/2 5/3 5/4 5/5 5/6
For Next Class: Continue working on your PowerPoint presentations.

For Thursday: Complete your PowerPoint presentations and bring your textbooks to class.

For Friday: Read Arthur Miller's stage directions in Act 1 of The Crucible, pages 1089 to 1092 and 1103 (2nd paragraph) to 1105. Also, Vocabulary quiz on units 29 and 30. Your research paper final copy is due to me (please attach your draft to the back) and to turnitin.com.

For May 10th: Read Act 1 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For May 12th: Read Act 2 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For May 13th: Read Act 3 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For May 16th: Read Act 4 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

No class today. See previous.

For Tomorrow: Complete your PowerPoint presentations and bring your textbooks to class.

For Friday:

  • Read Arthur Miller's stage directions in Act 1 of The Crucible, pages 1089 to 1092 and 1103 (2nd paragraph) to 1105.
  • Also, Vocabulary quiz on units 29 and 30.
  • Your research paper final copy is due to me (please attach your draft to the back) and to turnitin.com.

For May 10th: Read Act 1 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For May 12th: Read Act 2 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For May 13th: Read Act 3 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For May 16th: Read Act 4 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For Tomorrow:

  • Read Arthur Miller's stage directions in Act 1 of The Crucible, pages 1089 to 1092 and 1103 (2nd paragraph) to 1105.
  • Also, Vocabulary quiz on units 29 and 30.
  • Your research paper final copy is due to me (please attach your draft to the back) and to turnitin.com.

For May 10th: Read Act 1 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For May 12th: Read Act 2 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For May 13th: Read Act 3 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For May 16th: Read Act 4 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For Tuesday: Read Act 1 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For May 12th: Read Act 2 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For May 13th: Read Act 3 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For May 16th: Read Act 4 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class. 

For Next Class: Continue working on your PowerPoint presentations.

For Thursday: Complete your PowerPoint presentations and bring your textbooks to class.

For Friday: Read Arthur Miller's stage directions in Act 1 of The Crucible, pages 1089 to 1092 and 1103 (2nd paragraph) to 1105. Also, Vocabulary quiz on units 29 and 30. Your research paper final copy is due to me (please attach your draft to the back) and to turnitin.com.

For May 10th: Read Act 1 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For May 11th: Read Act 2 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For May 13th: Read Act 3 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For May 16th: Read Act 4 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For Thursday: Complete your PowerPoint presentations and bring your textbooks to class.

For Friday: Read Arthur Miller's stage directions in Act 1 of The Crucible, pages 1089 to 1092 and 1103 (2nd paragraph) to 1105. Also, Vocabulary quiz on units 29 and 30. Your research paper final copy is due to me (please attach your draft to the back) and to turnitin.com.

For May 10th: Read Act 1 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For May 11th: Read Act 2 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For May 13th: Read Act 3 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For May 16th: Read Act 4 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For Tomorrow: Complete your PowerPoint presentations and bring your textbooks to class.

For Friday:

  • Read Arthur Miller's stage directions in Act 1 of The Crucible, pages 1089 to 1092 and 1103 (2nd paragraph) to 1105.
  • Also, Vocabulary quiz on units 29 and 30.
  • Your research paper final copy is due to me (please attach your draft to the back) and to turnitin.com.

For May 10th: Read Act 1 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For May 11th: Read Act 2 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For May 13th: Read Act 3 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For May 16th: Read Act 4 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For Tomorrow:

  • Read Arthur Miller's stage directions in Act 1 of The Crucible, pages 1089 to 1092 and 1103 (2nd paragraph) to 1105.
  • Also, Vocabulary quiz on units 29 and 30.
  • Your research paper final copy is due to me (please attach your draft to the back) and to turnitin.com.

For May 10th: Read Act 1 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For May 11th: Read Act 2 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For May 13th: Read Act 3 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For May 16th: Read Act 4 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For Tuesday: Read Act 1 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For May 11th: Read Act 2 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For May 13th: Read Act 3 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class.

For May 16th: Read Act 4 of The Crucible and record a list of questions for class. 

For Next Class: Read Arthur Miller's Essay, "Tragedy and the Common Man." Also, your essays are due in print to me and to Turnitin.com.

For Thursday: Test on Death of a Salesman.

For Thursday: Test on Death of a Salesman. For Tomorrow: Test on Death of a Salesman. You will have a Vocabulary Quiz on Units 29 and 30 on Wednesday.

No other homework.

No class today; see previous.

Enjoy your prom!

For Next Class: Your essays are due in print to me and to Turnitin.com.

For Wednesday: Read Arthur Miller's Essay, "Tragedy and the Common Man."

For Wednesday: Read Arthur Miller's Essay, "Tragedy and the Common Man."

For Wednesday, May 11th: Test on Death of a Salesman.

For Wednesday, May 11th: Test on Death of a Salesman. For Wednesday, May 11th: Test on Death of a Salesman.

You will have a Vocabulary Quiz on Units 29 and 30 on Thursday.

No class today; see previous.

Enjoy your prom!

For Next Class: Your essays are due in print to me and to Turnitin.com.

For Wednesday: Read Arthur Miller's Essay, "Tragedy and the Common Man."

For Monday, May 9th: Test on Death of a Salesman.

For Wednesday: Read Arthur Miller's Essay, "Tragedy and the Common Man."

For Wednesday, May 11th: Test on Death of a Salesman.

For Wednesday, May 11th: Test on Death of a Salesman. For Wednesday, May 11th: Test on Death of a Salesman.

You will have a Vocabulary Quiz on Units 29 and 30 on Thursday.

No class today; see previous.

Enjoy your prom!

 

Homework for the week of April 18th, 2011
4/18 4/19 4/20
No homework for next class.

IF YOU DID NOT TAKE THE TEST TODAY YOU WILL BE MAKING IT UP DURING NEXT CLASS!

Have your research paper final copy ready for Friday, May 6th.  (You must also submit a final copy to TURNITIN.COM)

*Download the grading rubric here.

Start bringing your textbook to class starting next class!

HAVE A GREAT BREAK EVERYONE!

No homework for next class.

IF YOU DID NOT TAKE THE TEST TODAY YOU WILL BE MAKING IT UP DURING NEXT CLASS!

Have your research paper final copy ready for Friday, May 6th.  (You must also submit a final copy to TURNITIN.COM)

*Download the grading rubric here.

Start bringing your textbook to class starting next class!

HAVE A GREAT BREAK EVERYONE!

For Wednesday: Act 2 of Death of a Salesman with one page handwritten journal response is due.

*You must have your thesis statement approved by Wednesday.

Review Death of a Salesman's plot before coming to class (we're not done with it yet!). Expect to have a test on it during the week we come back to school.

Your essay on The Picture of Dorian Gray is due on May 3rd.  (You must also submit a copy to TURNITIN.COM)

*Download the requirements here.

*Download the grading rubric here.

HAVE A GREAT BREAK EVERYONE!

For Wednesday: Act 2 of Death of a Salesman with one page handwritten journal response is due.

*You must have your thesis statement approved by Wednesday.

Review Death of a Salesman's plot before coming to class (we're not done with it yet!). Expect to have a test on it during the week we come back to school.

Your essay on The Picture of Dorian Gray is due on May 3rd. (You must also submit a copy to TURNITIN.COM)

*Download the requirements here.

*Download the grading rubric here.

HAVE A GREAT BREAK EVERYONE!

For Wednesday: Act 2 of Death of a Salesman with one page handwritten journal response is due. (Graduation practice is tomorrow)

*You must have your thesis statement approved by Wednesday.

Review Death of a Salesman's plot before coming to class (we're not done with it yet!). Expect to have a test on it during the week we come back to school.

Your essay on The Picture of Dorian Gray is due on May 3rd. (You must also submit a copy to TURNITIN.COM)

*Download the requirements here.

*Download the grading rubric here.

HAVE A GREAT BREAK EVERYONE!

 

Homework for the week of April 11th, 2011
4/11 4/12 4/13 4/14 4/15
For Next Class: Read "A Rose for Emily" and answer these comprehension questions. These comprehension questions must be typed, printed, and handed in. No class today; see previous. For Next Class: Read "The Life You Save May Be Your Own" pages 879 to 887. Be able to answer the guided reading questions (You don't have to turn them in this time.) No class today; see previous. For Next Class:Test on Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, "A Rose for Emily," and "The Life You Save May Be Your Own."
For Next Class: Read "A Rose for Emily" and answer these comprehension questions. These comprehension questions must be typed, printed, and handed in. No class today; see previous. For Next Class: Read "The Life You Save May Be Your Own" pages 879 to 887. Be able to answer the guided reading questions (You don't have to turn them in this time.) For Next Class: Test on Robert Frost, Langston Hughes, "A Rose for Emily," and "The Life You Save May Be Your Own." No class today; see previous.
For Wednesday: Tentative test on Dorian Gray.

For Thursday: Act 1 of Death of a Salesman with one page handwritten journal response is due.

For Wednesday: Tentative test on Dorian Gray.

For Thursday: Act 1 of Death of a Salesman with one page handwritten journal response is due.

For Thursday: Act 1 of Death of a Salesman with one page handwritten journal response is due. For Wednesday: Act 2 of Death of a Salesman with one page handwritten journal response is due.

*You must have your thesis statement approved by Wednesday of next week.

No class today; see previous.
For Thursday: Tentative test on Dorian Gray.

For Friday: Act 1 of Death of a Salesman with one page handwritten journal response is due.

For Thursday: Test on Dorian Gray.

For Friday: Act 1 of Death of a Salesman with one page handwritten journal response is due.

 No class today; see previous.

For Friday: Act 1 of Death of a Salesman with one page handwritten journal response is due.

For Wednesday: Act 2 of Death of a Salesman with one page handwritten journal response is due.

*You must have your thesis statement approved by Wednesday of next week.

For Wednesday: Act 2 of Death of a Salesman with one page handwritten journal response is due.

*You must have your thesis statement approved by Wednesday of next week.

For Tuesday: Test on Dorian Gray.

For Thursday: Act 1 of Death of a Salesman with one page handwritten journal response is due.

For Thursday: Act 1 of Death of a Salesman with one page handwritten journal response is due. No class today; see previous. For Tuesday: Act 2 of Death of a Salesman with one page handwritten journal response is due.

*You must have your thesis statement approved by Wednesday of next week.

For Tuesday: Act 2 of Death of a Salesman with one page handwritten journal response is due.

*You must have your thesis statement approved by Wednesday of next week.

 

Homework for the week of April 4th, 2011
4/4 4/5 4/6 4/7 4/8
VOCABULARY QUIZ ON UNITS 25 - 28 ON APRIL 11th

Tuesday: The Great Gatsby in class essay.

Thursday: The Great Gatsby test. 

VOCABULARY QUIZ ON UNITS 25 - 28 ON APRIL 11th

Next Class: The Great Gatsby test. 

No class today. See previous. VOCABULARY QUIZ ON UNITS 25 - 28 ON APRIL 11th

No homework.

VOCABULARY QUIZ NEXT CLASS!

Extra credit option: Bring in a ticket stub from the One Act Plays @ IHA and a paragraph telling me which play was your favorite and why. Be specific!

VOCABULARY QUIZ ON UNITS 25 - 28 ON APRIL 11th

Tuesday: The Great Gatsby in class essay.

Wednesday: The Great Gatsby test. 

VOCABULARY QUIZ ON UNITS 25 - 28 ON APRIL 11th

Next Class: The Great Gatsby test. 

VOCABULARY QUIZ ON UNITS 25 - 28 ON APRIL 11th

No homework.

No class today. See previous. VOCABULARY QUIZ NEXT CLASS!

Extra credit option: Bring in a ticket stub from the One Act Plays @ IHA and a paragraph telling me which play was your favorite and why. Be specific!

VOCABULARY QUIZ ON UNITS 25 - 28 ON APRIL 6th

For next class: Reread Wilde’s preface (the short two page one that Oscar Wilde wrote). Then visit and read the following articles:  

For Friday: Read the following:

VOCABULARY QUIZ ON UNITS 25 - 28 NEXT CLASS

For Friday: Read the following:

For Friday: Read the following:

No class today. See previous.

For Wednesday: Tentative test for Dorian Gray.

For Thursday: Act 1 of Death of a Salesman with one page handwritten journal response is due.

Extra credit option: Bring in a ticket stub from the One Act Plays @ IHA and a paragraph telling me which play was your favorite and why. Be specific!

VOCABULARY QUIZ ON UNITS 25 - 28 ON APRIL 7th

For next class: Reread Wilde’s preface (the short two page one that Oscar Wilde wrote). Then visit and read the following articles:  

For Monday the 11th: Read the following:

No class today. See previous.

VOCABULARY QUIZ NEXT CLASS

For Monday the 11th: Read the following:

 

For Monday the 11th: Read the following:

For Thursday: Tentative test for Dorian Gray.

For Friday: Act 1 of Death of a Salesman with one page handwritten journal response is due.

 

No class today. See previous.

Extra credit option: Bring in a ticket stub from the One Act Plays @ IHA and a paragraph telling me which play was your favorite and why. Be specific!

VOCABULARY QUIZ ON UNITS 25 - 28 ON APRIL 6th

For Thursday: Read the following:

No class today. See previous.

For Thursday: Read the following:

No homework tonight.

For Tuesday: Tentative test for Dorian Gray.

For Thursday: Act 1 of Death of a Salesman with one page handwritten journal response is due.

No class today. See previous.

 

Homework for the week of March 28th, 2011
3/28 3/29 3/30 3/31 4/1
Wednesday the 30th: Read The Great Gatsby chapters 7 to 9 and compose a one page handwritten response journal.

Thursday the 31st: Your research paper first draft is due. YOU MUST ALSO SUBMIT IT TO TURN IT IN.

No class today. See previous. For next class: Your research paper first draft is due. YOU MUST ALSO SUBMIT IT TO TURN IT IN.

For Friday: Read this article prior to coming to class.

For Tuesday of next week: The Great Gatsby in class essay.

For Thursday of next week: The Great Gatsby test.

NOTE: IF YOU ARE MISSING A VOCABULARY QUIZ, YOU WILL BE MAKING IT UP DURING NEXT CLASS!!!

For Friday (next class): Read this article prior to coming to class.

For Tuesday of next week: The Great Gatsby in class essay.

For Thursday of next week: The Great Gatsby test. 

For Tuesday of next week: The Great Gatsby in class essay.

For Thursday of next week: The Great Gatsby test. 

Tuesday the 29th: Read The Great Gatsby chapters 7 to 9 and compose a one page handwritten response journal.

Thursday the 31st: Your research paper first draft is due. YOU MUST ALSO SUBMIT IT TO TURN IT IN.

For next class: Your research paper first draft is due. YOU MUST ALSO SUBMIT IT TO TURN IT IN.

For Friday: Read this article prior to coming to class.

For Tuesday of next week: The Great Gatsby in class essay.

For Wednesday of next week: The Great Gatsby test.

No class today. See previous.

NOTE: IF YOU ARE MISSING A VOCABULARY QUIZ, YOU WILL BE MAKING IT UP DURING NEXT CLASS!!!

For Friday (next class): Read this article prior to coming to class.

For Tuesday of next week: The Great Gatsby in class essay.

For Thursday of next week: The Great Gatsby test.

For Tuesday of next week: The Great Gatsby in class essay.

For Thursday of next week: The Great Gatsby test.  

For March 29th: Your Hamlet Projects are due at this time.

For March 31st: Have The Picture of Dorian Gray read in its entirety. You may bring a 3 x 5 index card with notes to class.  

For March 31st: More Hamlet projects.

For April 4th: Have The Picture of Dorian Gray read in its entirety. You may bring a 3 x 5 index card with notes to class.

No class today. See previous. For April 4th: Have The Picture of Dorian Gray read in its entirety. You may bring a 3 x 5 index card with notes to class. No class today. See previous.
For March 29th: Test on Hamlet Acts 3 to 5.

For March 30th: Your Hamlet Projects are due at this time.

For April 1st: Have The Picture of Dorian Gray read in its entirety. You may bring a 3 x 5 index card with notes to class.

For March 30th: Your Hamlet projects are due.

For April1st: More Hamlet projects.

For April 4th: Have The Picture of Dorian Gray read in its entirety. You may bring a 3 x 5 index card with notes to class.

For April1st: More Hamlet projects.

For April 4th: Have The Picture of Dorian Gray read in its entirety. You may bring a 3 x 5 index card with notes to class.

For April 1st: More Hamlet projects.

For April 4th: Have The Picture of Dorian Gray read in its entirety. You may bring a 3 x 5 index card with notes to class. 

For April 4th: Have The Picture of Dorian Gray read in its entirety. You may bring a 3 x 5 index card with notes to class.
For March 29th: Your Hamlet Projects are due at this time.

For March 30th: Have The Picture of Dorian Gray read in its entirety. You may bring a 3 x 5 index card with notes to class.

For March 30th: More Hamlet projects.

For April 1st: Have The Picture of Dorian Gray read in its entirety. You may bring a 3 x 5 index card with notes to class.

For April 1st: Have The Picture of Dorian Gray read in its entirety. You may bring a 3 x 5 index card with notes to class.

For April 1st: Have The Picture of Dorian Gray read in its entirety. You may bring a 3 x 5 index card with notes to class. For next class: Reread Wilde’s preface (the short two page one that Oscar Wilde wrote). Then visit and read the following articles:  

 

Homework for the week of March 21st, 2011
3/21 3/22 3/23 3/24 3/25
Tomorrow: Chapters 1, 2, and 3 of The Great Gatsby are due. A one page handwritten journal entry is also due at this time.

Thursday: Read The Great Gatsby chapters 4 to 6 and compose a one page handwritten response journal.

Monday the 28th: Vocabulary Quiz on units 21 to 24.

Wednesday the 30th: Read The Great Gatsby chapters 7 to 9 and compose a one page handwritten response journal.

Thursday the 31st: Your research paper first draft is due.

See Monday's panel for details.

Thursday: Read The Great Gatsby chapters 4 to 6 and compose a one page handwritten response journal.

Monday the 28th: Vocabulary Quiz on units 21 to 24.

Wednesday the 30th: Read The Great Gatsby chapters 7 to 9 and compose a one page handwritten response journal.

Thursday the 31st: Your research paper first draft is due. YOU MUST ALSO SUBMIT IT TO TURN IT IN. DETAILS WILL BE GIVEN IN CLASS!!!

Monday the 28th: Vocabulary Quiz on units 21 to 24.

Wednesday the 30th: Read The Great Gatsby chapters 7 to 9 and compose a one page handwritten response journal.

Thursday the 31st: Your research paper first draft is due. YOU MUST ALSO SUBMIT IT TO TURN IT IN.

No class today. See previous.
Thursday: Read The Great Gatsby chapters 4 to 6 and compose a one page handwritten response journal.

Monday the 28th: Vocabulary Quiz on units 21 to 24.

Tuesday the 29th: Read The Great Gatsby chapters 7 to 9 and compose a one page handwritten response journal.

Thursday the 31st: Your research paper first draft is due.

See Monday's panel for details. Thursday: Read The Great Gatsby chapters 4 to 6 and compose a one page handwritten response journal.

Monday the 28th: Vocabulary Quiz on units 21 to 24.

Tuesday the 29th: Read The Great Gatsby chapters 7 to 9 and compose a one page handwritten response journal.

Thursday the 31st: Your research paper first draft is due. YOU MUST ALSO SUBMIT IT TO TURN IT IN. DETAILS WILL BE GIVEN IN CLASS!!! 

Monday the 28th: Vocabulary Quiz on units 21 to 24.

Tuesday the 29th: Read The Great Gatsby chapters 7 to 9 and compose a one page handwritten response journal.

Thursday the 31st: Your research paper first draft is due. YOU MUST ALSO SUBMIT IT TO TURN IT IN. DETAILS WILL BE GIVEN IN CLASS!!! 

No class today. See previous.
For March 28th: Test on Hamlet Acts 3 to 5.

For March 29th: Your Hamlet Projects are due at this time.

For March 31st: Have The Picture of Dorian Gray read in its entirety. You may bring a 3 x 5 index card with notes to class.

See Monday's panel for details. For March 28th: Test on Hamlet Acts 3 to 5.

For March 29th: Your Hamlet Projects are due at this time.

For March 31st: Have The Picture of Dorian Gray read in its entirety. You may bring a 3 x 5 index card with notes to class. 

For March 28th: Test on Hamlet Acts 3 to 5.

For March 29th: Your Hamlet Projects are due at this time.

For March 31st: Have The Picture of Dorian Gray read in its entirety. You may bring a 3 x 5 index card with notes to class. 

For March 28th: Test on Hamlet Acts 3 to 5.

For March 29th: Your Hamlet Projects are due at this time.

For March 31st: Have The Picture of Dorian Gray read in its entirety. You may bring a 3 x 5 index card with notes to class.  

For March 29th: Test on Hamlet Acts 3 to 5.

For March 30th: Your Hamlet Projects are due at this time.

For April 1st: Have The Picture of Dorian Gray read in its entirety. You may bring a 3 x 5 index card with notes to class.

See Monday's panel for details. See Monday's panel for details. For March 29th: Test on Hamlet Acts 3 to 5.

For March 30th: Your Hamlet Projects are due at this time.

For April 1st: Have The Picture of Dorian Gray read in its entirety. You may bring a 3 x 5 index card with notes to class.

For March 29th: Test on Hamlet Acts 3 to 5.

For March 30th: Your Hamlet Projects are due at this time.

For April 1st: Have The Picture of Dorian Gray read in its entirety. You may bring a 3 x 5 index card with notes to class.

For March 25th: Test on Hamlet Acts 3 to 5.

For March 29th: Your Hamlet Projects are due at this time.

For March 30th: Have The Picture of Dorian Gray read in its entirety. You may bring a 3 x 5 index card with notes to class.

See Monday's panel for details. See Monday's panel for details. For March 25th: Test on Hamlet Acts 3 to 5.

For March 29th: Your Hamlet Projects are due at this time.

For March 30th: Have The Picture of Dorian Gray read in its entirety. You may bring a 3 x 5 index card with notes to class.

For March 29th: Your Hamlet Projects are due at this time.

For March 30th: Have The Picture of Dorian Gray read in its entirety. You may bring a 3 x 5 index card with notes to class.

 

Homework for the week of March 14th, 2011
3/14 3/15 3/16 3/17 3/18
Tomorrow: Test on Regionalism, Imagism, and Modernism.

For March 22nd: Chapters 1, 2, and 3 of The Great Gatsby are due. A one page handwritten journal entry is also due at this time.

For Next Class: Read the handout distributed in class.

For March 22nd: Chapters 1, 2, and 3 of The Great Gatsby are due. A one page handwritten journal entry is also due at this time.

Please note that your research paper draft copy has been pushed back to the week of the 28th to give me more time with your outlines.

For Next Class:

Chapters 1, 2, and 3 of The Great Gatsby are due. A one page handwritten journal entry (see the description here) is also due at this time.

See Wednesday's panel for your homework for next class.
For Next Class: Read the handout distributed in class.

For Friday: Chapters 1, 2, and 3 of The Great Gatsby are due. A one page handwritten journal entry is also due at this time.

No class today. See previous.

Please note that your research paper draft copy has been pushed back to the week of the 28th to give me more time with your outlines.

For Next Class:

Chapters 1, 2, and 3 of The Great Gatsby are due. A one page handwritten journal entry (see the description here) is also due at this time.

No class today. See previous panel.  
For Thursday:

Read the following web pages in preparation for Thursday's class:

Also choose another substantial article (not an outline) from http://www.victorianweb.org/index.html to print out, read, and bring to class. You may be asked to report on your article of choice.

Also, there will be a vocabulary quiz on units 21 to 24 at this time.

For March 25th: Test on Hamlet Acts 3 to 5.

For March 28th: Have The Picture of Dorian Gray read in its entirety. You may bring a 3 x 5 index card with notes to class.

For March 29th: Your Hamlet Projects are due at this time.

No class today. See previous. No class today. See Monday. See Monday's panel.  
Tuesday: Hamlet 5.1 with response paragraph.

Wednesday: Hamlet project period.

Thursday: Hamlet 5.2 with response paragraph.

Wednesday: Hamlet project period.

Thursday: Hamlet 5.2 with response paragraph.

For March 21st:

Read the following web pages in preparation for Thursday's class:

Also choose another substantial article (not an outline) from http://www.victorianweb.org/index.html to print out, read, and bring to class. You may be asked to report on your article of choice.

Also, there will be a vocabulary quiz on units 21 to 24 at this time.

For March 29th: Test on Hamlet Acts 3 to 5.

For March 30th: Your Hamlet Projects are due at this time.

For April 1st: Have The Picture of Dorian Gray read in its entirety. You may bring a 3 x 5 index card with notes to class.

See yesterday for more information. See Tuesday's panel.  
Tuesday: Hamlet 5.1 with response paragraph.

Wednesday: Hamlet 5.2 with response paragraph.

For Thursday:

Read the following web pages in preparation for Thursday's class:

Also choose another substantial article (not an outline) from http://www.victorianweb.org/index.html to print out, read, and bring to class. You may be asked to report on your article of choice.

Also, there will be a vocabulary quiz on units 21 to 24 at this time.

Wednesday: Hamlet 5.2 with response paragraph.

For Thursday:

Read the following web pages in preparation for Thursday's class:

Also choose another substantial article (not an outline) from http://www.victorianweb.org/index.html to print out, read, and bring to class. You may be asked to report on your article of choice.

Also, there will be a vocabulary quiz on units 21 to 24 at this time.

For March 25th: Test on Hamlet Acts 3 to 5.

For March 29th: Your Hamlet Projects are due at this time.

For March 30th: Have The Picture of Dorian Gray read in its entirety. You may bring a 3 x 5 index card with notes to class.

See yesterday for more information. See Tuesday's panel.  

 

Homework for the week of March 7th, 2011
3/7 3/8 3/9 3/10 3/11
For Wednesday: Your Outline for the Research Paper is due. (Be sure to add parenthetical citation for the quotes you use in your outline - review the PowerPoint here.)

*There will be an optional after school help session for students who want help with their works cited pages on Tuesday. Bring your sources and computers with you if you wish to attend.

No class today. See previous. Bring your book to class!!! No class today. See previous. Read "Hills Like White Elephants" and be able to answer the guided reading questions.
For Wednesday: Your Outline for the Research Paper is due. (Be sure to add parenthetical citation for the quotes you use in your outline - review the PowerPoint here.)

*There will be an optional after school help session for students who want help with their works cited pages on Tuesday. Bring your sources and computers with you if you wish to attend.

No class today. See previous. Bring your book to class!!! Read "Hills Like White Elephants" and be able to answer the guided reading questions. Study for your test next class.
Tuesday: Hamlet 3.3 and 3.4 with response paragraph.

Wednesday: Hamlet Act 4, NO response paragraph.

Thursday: Hamlet 5.1 with response paragraph.

Friday: Hamlet 5.2 with response paragraph.

Download the guided reading questions for Acts 3 and 4 here.

UPDATED:

Wednesday: Hamlet project period.

Thursday: Hamlet Act 4, NO response paragraph.

Friday: Hamlet 5.1 with response paragraph.

Monday: Hamlet 5.2 with response paragraph.

Download the guided reading questions for Acts 3 and 4 here.

Thursday: Hamlet Act 4, NO response paragraph.

Friday: Hamlet 5.1 with response paragraph.

Monday: Hamlet 5.2 with response paragraph.

Download the guided reading questions for Acts 3 and 4 here.

Friday: Hamlet 5.1 with response paragraph.

Monday: Hamlet 5.2 with response paragraph.

Monday: Hamlet 5.2 with response paragraph.
Tuesday: Hamlet 3.3 and 3.4 with response paragraph.

Thursday: Hamlet Act 4, NO response paragraph.

Next Tuesday: Hamlet 5.1 with response paragraph.

Next Wednesday: Hamlet 5.2 with response paragraph.

Download the guided reading questions for Acts 3 and 4 here.

UPDATED:

Thursday: Hamlet Act 4, NO response paragraph.

Next Tuesday: Hamlet 5.1 with response paragraph.

Next Wednesday: Hamlet project period.

Next Thursday: Hamlet 5.2 with response paragraph.

Download the guided reading questions for Acts 3 and 4 here.

No class today. See previous.

Tuesday: Hamlet 5.1 with response paragraph.

Wednesday: Hamlet project period.

Thursday: Hamlet 5.2 with response paragraph.

No class today. See previous.
Tuesday: Hamlet Act 4, NO response paragraph.

Thursday: Hamlet 5.1 with response paragraph.

Next Tuesday: Hamlet 5.2 with response paragraph.

Download the guided reading questions for Acts 3 and 4 here.

UPDATED:

Thursday: Hamlet project period.

Tuesday: Hamlet 5.1 with response paragraph.

Next Wednesday: Hamlet 5.2 with response paragraph.

Download the guided reading questions for Acts 3 and 4 here.

No class today. See previous.

Tuesday: Hamlet 5.1 with response paragraph.

Wednesday: Hamlet 5.2 with response paragraph.

 
No class today. See previous.

 

Homework for the week of February 28th, 2011
2/28 3/1 3/2 3/3 3/4
For Tomorrow: Your 50 Note Cards are due at this time! For Next Class: Read “The Story of an Hour” and http://www.vcu.edu/engweb/eng384/katebio.htm. No class today; see yesterday. For Next Class: Read "Desiree's Baby" by Kate Chopin.

For Monday: Read "The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County" (pages 525 to 529) and be able to answer the guided reading questions.

For Wednesday: Your Outline for the Research Paper is due. (Be sure to add parenthetical citation for the quotes you use in your outline - review the PowerPoint here.)

*There will be an optional after school help session for students who want help with their works cited pages on Tuesday. Bring your sources and computers with you if you wish to attend.

For Tomorrow: Your 50 Note Cards are due at this time! For Next Class: Read “The Story of an Hour” and http://www.vcu.edu/engweb/eng384/katebio.htm. For Next Class: Read "Desiree's Baby" by Kate Chopin. No class today. See previous.

For Monday: Read "The Notorious Jumping Frog of Calaveras County" (pages 525 to 529) and be able to answer the guided reading questions.

For Wednesday: Your Outline for the Research Paper is due. (Be sure to add parenthetical citation for the quotes you use in your outline - review the PowerPoint here.)

*There will be an optional after school help session for students who want help with their works cited pages on Tuesday. Bring your sources and computers with you if you wish to attend.

For Tuesday: Hamlet Act 3, scene 1 with a journal response paragraph.

For Friday: Hamlet Act 3, scene 2 with a journal response paragraph. Also, there will be a vocabulary quiz on units 17 to 20.

For Next Tuesday: Hamlet Act 3, scenes 3 & 4 with a journal response paragraph.

Download the guided reading questions for Acts 3 and 4 here.

See previous panel for reading schedule. See Monday's panel for reading schedule. No class today. See previous.

For Next Tuesday: Hamlet Act 3, scenes 3 & 4 with a journal response paragraph.

Download the guided reading questions for Acts 3 and 4 here.

For Wednesday: Hamlet Act 3, scene 1 with a journal response paragraph.

For Monday: Hamlet Act 3, scene 2 with a journal response paragraph. Also, there will be a vocabulary quiz on units 17 to 20.

For Next Tuesday: Hamlet Act 3, scenes 3 & 4 with a journal response paragraph.

Download the guided reading questions for Acts 3 and 4 here.

No class today. See previous. See Monday's panel for reading schedule. See Monday's panel for reading schedule. No class today. See previous.
For Wednesday: Hamlet Act 3, scene 1 with a journal response paragraph.

For Thursday: Hamlet Act 3, scene 2 with a journal response paragraph. Also, there will be a vocabulary quiz on units 17 to 20.

For Monday: Hamlet Act 3, scenes 3 & 4 with a journal response paragraph.

Download the guided reading questions for Acts 3 and 4 here.

No class today. See previous. See Monday's panel for reading schedule. See Monday's panel for reading schedule. No class today. See previous.

 

Homework for the week of February 7th, 2011
2/14 2/15 2/16 2/17 2/18
For Wednesday: Vocabulary Quiz on Units 17 to 20. 

For Thursday: Read "The Outcasts of Poker Flat" in your textbook, pages 534 to 541, and be able to answer the guided reading questions.

For Friday: Test on Realism and Naturalism.

For March 1st: Your 50 Note Cards are due at this time!

No class today. See yesterday.

For Next Class: Read "The Outcasts of Poker Flat" in your textbook, pages 534 to 541, and be able to answer the guided reading questions.

Also, complete the worksheet distributed in class.

For Friday: Test on Realism and Naturalism.

For March 1st: Your 50 Note Cards are due at this time!

For Tomorrow: Test on Realism and Naturalism.

For March 1st: Your 50 Note Cards are due at this time! 

 

For March 1st: Your 50 Note Cards are due at this time!

For Tuesday: Vocabulary Quiz on Units 17 to 20.

For Thursday: Read "The Outcasts of Poker Flat" in your textbook, pages 534 to 541, and be able to answer the guided reading questions.

For Friday: Test on Realism and Naturalism.

For March 1st: Your 50 Note Cards are due at this time!

For Thursday: Read "The Outcasts of Poker Flat" in your textbook, pages 534 to 541, and be able to answer the guided reading questions.

For Friday: Test on Realism and Naturalism.

For March 1st: Your 50 Note Cards are due at this time!

No class today. See yesterday.

For Tomorrow: Test on Realism and Naturalism.

For March 1st: Your 50 Note Cards are due at this time!

 

For March 1st: Your 50 Note Cards are due at this time!

For 2/15: Read Hamlet Act 2, Scene 1 and compose a one paragraph journal entry.

For 2/18: Read Hamlet Act 2, Scene 2 and compose a one paragraph journal entry. (Caution...this a long scene.)

Guided Reading Questions for Act 1 and 2 of Hamlet. (These are recommended, but they will not be collected.)

For 2/18: Read Hamlet Act 2, Scene 2 and compose a one paragraph journal entry. (Caution...this a long scene.)

For Monday after Break: Test on Hamlet, Background and Acts 1 & 2.

Guided Reading Questions for Act 1 and 2 of Hamlet. (These are recommended, but they will not be collected.)

No class today. See yesterday. No class today. See Wednesday.

For Monday after Break: Test on Hamlet, Background and Acts 1 & 2.

For 2/15: Finish Act 1 of Hamlet and compose a one paragraph journal entry.

For 2/16: Read Hamlet Act 2, Scene 1 and compose a one paragraph journal entry.

For 2/17: Read Hamlet Act 2, Scene 2 and compose a one paragraph journal entry. (Caution...this a long scene.)

Guided Reading Questions for Act 1 and 2 of Hamlet. (These are recommended, but they will not be collected.)

For 2/16: Read Hamlet Act 2, Scene 1 and compose a one paragraph journal entry.

For 2/17: Read Hamlet Act 2, Scene 2 and compose a one paragraph journal entry. (Caution...this a long scene.)

For Monday after Break: Test on Hamlet, Background and Acts 1 & 2.

Guided Reading Questions for Act 1 and 2 of Hamlet. (These are recommended, but they will not be collected.)

For 2/17: Read Hamlet Act 2, Scene 2 and compose a one paragraph journal entry. (Caution...this a long scene.)

For Monday after Break: Test on Hamlet, Background and Acts 1 & 2.

Guided Reading Questions for Act 1 and 2 of Hamlet. (These are recommended, but they will not be collected.)

For Monday after Break: Test on Hamlet, Background and Acts 1 & 2. No class today. See yesterday.
For 2/15: Read Hamlet Act 2, Scene 1 and compose a one paragraph journal entry.

For 2/16: Read Hamlet Act 2, Scene 2 and compose a one paragraph journal entry. (Caution...this a long scene.)

Guided Reading Questions for Act 1 and 2 of Hamlet. (These are recommended, but they will not be collected.)

For 2/16: Read Hamlet Act 2, Scene 2 and compose a one paragraph journal entry. (Caution...this a long scene.)

For Monday after Break: Test on Hamlet, Background and Acts 1 & 2.

Guided Reading Questions for Act 1 and 2 of Hamlet. (These are recommended, but they will not be collected.) 

For Monday after Break: Test on Hamlet, Background and Acts 1 & 2. For Monday after Break: Test on Hamlet, Background and Acts 1 & 2. No class today. See yesterday.

 

Homework for the week of February 7th, 2011
2/7 2/8 2/9 2/10 2/11
For Next Class: Read the following information packet about M*A*S*H.

Vocabulary Quiz on Units 17 to 20 on February 14th.

For Next Class: Complete the discussion questions assigned in class.

Also, read "An Episode of War" and "Willie has Gone to the War," starting on textbook page 443. Be able to answer the comprehension questions.

Vocabulary Quiz on Units 17 to 20 on February 14th.

UPDATED FROM WHAT WAS SAID IN CLASS:

For Next Class: No homework.

For Monday: Read "An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge" pages 468 to 475 and be able to answer the guided reading questions.

For Wednesday: Vocabulary Quiz on Units 17 to 20.

***YOUR TOPIC SHEETS ARE AVAILABLE TO BE PICKED UP IN ROOM 222.***

For Monday: Read "An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge" pages 468 to 475 and be able to answer the guided reading questions.

For Wednesday: Vocabulary Quiz on Units 17 to 20. 

See previous panel.

REMINDER: Your Note cards will also be due next week.

For Next Class: Read "An Episode of War" and "Willie has Gone to the War," starting on textbook page 443. Be able to answer the comprehension questions.

Vocabulary Quiz on Units 17 to 20 on February 14th.

No class today; see previous. For Next Class: No homework.

For Monday: Read "An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge" pages 468 to 475 and be able to answer the guided reading questions.

For Tuesday: Vocabulary Quiz on Units 17 to 20.

***YOUR TOPIC SHEETS ARE AVAILABLE TO BE PICKED UP IN ROOM 222.***

For Monday: Read "An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge" pages 468 to 475 and be able to answer the guided reading questions.

For Tuesday: Vocabulary Quiz on Units 17 to 20.

See previous panel.

REMINDER: Your Note cards will also be due next week.

 
For Next Class: Review this information packet on Shakespearean tragedy .

For 2/11: Read Hamlet Act 1, Scenes 1 and 2.

For 2/14: Finish Act 1 of Hamlet and compose a one paragraph journal entry.

For 2/15: Read Hamlet Act 2, Scene 1 and compose a one paragraph journal entry.

For 2/18: Read Hamlet Act 2, Scene 2 and compose a one paragraph journal entry. (Caution...this a long scene.)

Guided Reading Questions for Act 1 and 2 of Hamlet. (These are recommended, but they will not be collected.)

No class today; see previous. See Monday's panel for a detailed reading schedule. No class today; see previous. See Monday's panel for a detailed reading schedule.
For Tuesday: Barring any more weather related closings, we will be having a short test on Greek Tragedy on Tuesday.

For 2/10: Review this information packet on Shakespearean tragedy .

For 2/11: Read Hamlet Act 1, Scenes 1 and 2.

For 2/15: Finish Act 1 of Hamlet and compose a one paragraph journal entry.

For 2/16: Read Hamlet Act 2, Scene 1 and compose a one paragraph journal entry.

For 2/17: Read Hamlet Act 2, Scene 2 and compose a one paragraph journal entry. (Caution...this a long scene.)

Guided Reading Questions for Act 1 and 2 of Hamlet. (These are recommended, but they will not be collected.)

See previous panel for a detailed reading schedule. No class today; see previous. See Monday's panel for a detailed reading schedule. See Monday's panel for a detailed reading schedule.
For Next Class: Review this information packet on Shakespearean tragedy .

For 2/10: Read Hamlet Act 1, Scenes 1 and 2.

For 2/11: Finish Act 1 of Hamlet and compose a one paragraph journal entry.

For 2/15: Read Hamlet Act 2, Scene 1 and compose a one paragraph journal entry.

For 2/16: Read Hamlet Act 2, Scene 2 and compose a one paragraph journal entry. (Caution...this a long scene.)

Guided Reading Questions for Act 1 and 2 of Hamlet. (These are recommended, but they will not be collected.)

See previous panel for a detailed reading schedule. No class today; see previous. See Monday's panel for a detailed reading schedule. See Monday's panel for a detailed reading schedule. 

 

Homework for the week of January 31st, 2011
1/31 2/1 2/2 2/3 2/4
For February 2nd: Research paper topic selection sheet is due IN PRINT. SNOW DAY Updated Homework due to Weather:

For next class (Friday): Review this document, which is a sample works cited page. It provides samples of how to cite  many of the kinds of information you may encounter while working on your research paper. (If you need more information, visit the OWL @ Purdue for more information).

Also, view this PowerPoint on how to write Note Cards. You will soon need to create 50 note cards for your research paper, so read it carefully. I will briefly say a few words about this the next time I see you, but we will not have time to cover the PowerPoint in depth. (The note cards will still be due on February 17th.)

Finally, your topic sheet is now due on Friday. With your topic sheet, you should select TWO (and only two) of the websites you visited doing your topic sheet and construct a practice work cited page for these  sources. Both of these should be IN PRINT and ready hand in on Friday.

No class today; see previous panel. For Next Class: Read the following information packet about M*A*S*H.

Vocabulary Quiz on Units 17 to 20 on February 14th.

For February 2nd: Research paper topic selection sheet is due IN PRINT. SNOW DAY Updated Homework due to Weather:

For next class (Friday): Review this document, which is a sample works cited page. It provides samples of how to cite  many of the kinds of information you may encounter while working on your research paper. (If you need more information, visit the OWL @ Purdue for more information).

Also, view this PowerPoint on how to write Note Cards. You will soon need to create 50 note cards for your research paper, so read it carefully. I will briefly say a few words about this the next time I see you, but we will not have time to cover the PowerPoint in depth. (The note cards will still be due on February 17th.)

Finally, your topic sheet is now due on Friday. With your topic sheet, you should select TWO (and only two) of the websites you visited doing your topic sheet and construct a practice work cited page for these  sources. Both of these should be IN PRINT and ready hand in on Friday.

No class today; see previous panel. For Next Class: Read the following information packet about M*A*S*H.

Vocabulary Quiz on Units 17 to 20 on February 14th.

For Next Class: Read Oedipus the King SNOW DAY Updated Homework due to Weather:

For Next Class: Read Oedipus the King

For Monday: Barring any more weather related closings, we will be having a short test on Greek Tragedy on Monday. Also, read this information packet on Shakespearean tragedy for that day. We will be discussing it after the test.

For Monday: Barring any more weather related closings, we will be having a short test on Greek Tragedy on Monday. Also, read this information packet on Shakespearean tragedy for that day. We will be discussing it after the test.

Hamlet reading schedule will be posted tomorrow.

For Monday: Barring any more weather related closings, we will be having a short test on Greek Tragedy on Monday. Also, read this information packet on Shakespearean tragedy for that day. We will be discussing it after the test.

Read Hamlet Act 1, Scenes 1 and 2 for 2/9.

Guided Reading Questions for Act 1 and 2 of Hamlet.

For Next Class: Read Oedipus the King SNOW DAY Updated Homework due to Weather:

For Next Class: Read Oedipus the King

For Tuesday: Barring any more weather related closings, we will be having a short test on Greek Tragedy on Tuesday. Also, read this information packet on Shakespearean tragedy for that day. We will be discussing it after the test.

For Tuesday: Barring any more weather related closings, we will be having a short test on Greek Tragedy on Tuesday. Also, read this information packet on Shakespearean tragedy for that day. We will be discussing it after the test.

Hamlet reading schedule will be posted tomorrow.

For Tuesday: Barring any more weather related closings, we will be having a short test on Greek Tragedy on Tuesday. Also, read this information packet on Shakespearean tragedy for that day. We will be discussing it after the test.

Read Hamlet Act 1, Scenes 1 and 2 for 2/10.

Guided Reading Questions for Act 1 and 2 of Hamlet.

No homework tonight. SNOW DAY Updated Homework due to Weather:

For Monday: Barring any more weather related closings, we will be having a short test on Greek Tragedy on Monday. Also, read this information packet on Shakespearean tragedy for that day. We will be discussing it after the test.

For Monday: Barring any more weather related closings, we will be having a short test on Greek Tragedy on Monday. Also, read this information packet on Shakespearean tragedy for that day. We will be discussing it after the test.

Hamlet reading schedule will be posted tomorrow.

For Monday: Barring any more weather related closings, we will be having a short test on Greek Tragedy on Monday. Also, read this information packet on Shakespearean tragedy for that day. We will be discussing it after the test.

Read Hamlet Act 1, Scenes 1 and 2 for 2/8.

Guided Reading Questions for Act 1 and 2 of Hamlet.

 

Homework for the week of January 26th, 2011
1/26 1/27 1/28
No homework. SNOW DAY No class; no homework.
No homework. SNOW DAY For February 2nd: Research paper topic selection sheet is due IN PRINT.
For Next Class: Read The Apology on the Death of Socrates.

For Class after Next: Read Oedipus the King.

SNOW DAY For Next Class: Read Oedipus the King.
For Next Class: Read this excerpt from Aristotle's Poetics.

For Class after Next: Read The Apology on the Death of Socrates.

Coming Soon: Read Oedipus the King.

SNOW DAY For Next Class: Read The Apology on the Death of Socrates.

For Class after Next: Read Oedipus the King

For Next Class: Read The Apology on the Death of Socrates.

For Class after Next: Read Oedipus the King.

SNOW DAY For Next Class: Read Oedipus the King.

 

Homework over Midterms (Seniors Only)
For Wednesday (or Thursday if Wednesday is snowed out...): Read this excerpt from Aristotle's Poetics. In it, Aristotle relates what makes for a good tragedy.
For Wednesday (or Thursday if Wednesday is snowed out...): Read this excerpt from Aristotle's Poetics. In it, Aristotle relates what makes for a good tragedy.
For Wednesday (or Thursday if Wednesday is snowed out...): Read this excerpt from Aristotle's Poetics. In it, Aristotle relates what makes for a good tragedy.

 

Homework for the week of January 10th, 2011
1/10 1/11 1/12 1/13 1/14
No homework except to begin studying for midterms. No class. SNOW DAY No homework except to study for midterms. No homework except to study for midterms.

Exam Review Jeopardy PowerPoint #1

Exam Review Jeopardy PowerPoint #2

*Note that the two poems by Paul Lawrence Dunbar listed on your midterm review sheet will NOT be appearing on the midterm.

No homework except to begin studying for midterms. No class. SNOW DAY No homework except to study for midterms. No homework except to study for midterms.

Exam Review Jeopardy PowerPoint #1

Exam Review Jeopardy PowerPoint #2

*Note that the two poems by Paul Lawrence Dunbar listed on your midterm review sheet will NOT be appearing on the midterm.

REVISED 1/10/11:

January 11th, 2011: Test folder day.

January 12th, 2011:The Joy Luck Club "American Translation" AND "Queen Mother of the Western Skies" AND Sir Gawain essays due.

January 13th, 2011:Exam Review Jeopardy

See previous panel. SNOW DAY No homework except to study for midterms. No homework except to study for midterms.

Exam Review Jeopardy PowerPoint #1

Exam Review Jeopardy PowerPoint #2

REVISED 1/10/11:

January 11th, 2011: Test folder day.

January 13th, 2011: The Joy Luck Club - "Queen Mother of the Western Skies"

January 14th, 2011:Exam Review Jeopardy

See previous panel. SNOW DAY No homework except to study for midterms. No homework except to study for midterms.

Exam Review Jeopardy PowerPoint #1

Exam Review Jeopardy PowerPoint #2

 
REVISED 1/10/11:

January 11th, 2011: Test folder day.

January 13th, 2011: The Joy Luck Club - "Queen Mother of the Western Skies"

January 14th, 2011:Exam Review Jeopardy

See previous panel. SNOW DAY No homework except to study for midterms. No homework except to study for midterms.

Exam Review Jeopardy PowerPoint #1

Exam Review Jeopardy PowerPoint #2

 

Homework for the week of January 3rd, 2011
1/3 1/4 1/5 1/6 1/7
Vocabulary Units 13 to 16 will  be due on January 7th, 2011.

Change of plans - please bring your books to class.

Vocabulary Units 13 to 16 will  be due on January 7th, 2011.

For next class: Complete the worksheet on “The Soul Selects her own Society-” if you did not complete it during class.

Read from “The Story of the Times: 1850 to 1914”, pages 432 to 437 the following sections:

§  Introduction

§  Prelude to War

§  The Union is Dissolved

§  Wartime Voices

Also read from My Bondage and My Freedom, pages 458 to 463, and be able to answer the comprehension questions on page 463.

No class today; see previous. Vocabulary Units 13 to 16 will  be due on January 7th, 2011.

For next class: Read the biography of Paul Laurence Dunbar on page 598 and his two poems on pages 600 and 601.

*In the event of a weather related closing, the Vocabulary Quiz will be given on Monday.

School closed due to snow.

Ignore the reading posted.

Your Vocabulary Quiz on Units 13 to 16 will be held on Monday.

Vocabulary Units 13 to 16 will  be due on January 7th, 2011.

Change of plans - please bring your books to class.

Vocabulary Units 13 to 16 will  be due on January 7th, 2011.

For next class: Complete the worksheet on “The Soul Selects her own Society-” if you did not complete it during class.

Read from “The Story of the Times: 1850 to 1914”, pages 432 to 437 the following sections:

§  Introduction

§  Prelude to War

§  The Union is Dissolved

§  Wartime Voices

Also read from My Bondage and My Freedom, pages 458 to 463, and be able to answer the comprehension questions on page 463.

Vocabulary Units 13 to 16 will  be due on January 7th, 2011.

For next class: Read the biography of Paul Laurence Dunbar on page 598 and his two poems on pages 600 and 601.

No class today; see previous panel.

*In the event of a weather related closing, the Vocabulary Quiz will be given on Monday.

School closed due to snow.

Ignore the reading posted.

Your Vocabulary Quiz on Units 13 to 16 will be held on Monday.

 
January 4th, 2011: The Joy Luck Club - "The Twenty-Six Malignant Gates"

January 5th, 2011: Test Folder Day / Quiz on Vocabulary Units 13 to16

January 7th, 2011:The Joy Luck Club - "American Translation"

January 10th, 2011: Drop off Sir Gawain take home essays in room 222. Details...

January 11th, 2011: The Joy Luck Club - "Queen Mother of the Western Skies"

January 12th, 2011:Test on The Joy Luck Club / more test folder time

January 13th, 2011:Exam Review Jeopardy

January 5th, 2011: Test Folder Day / Quiz on Vocabulary Units 13 to16

January 7th, 2011:The Joy Luck Club - "American Translation"

January 10th, 2011: Drop off Sir Gawain take home essays in room 222. Details...

January 11th, 2011: The Joy Luck Club - "Queen Mother of the Western Skies"

January 12th, 2011:Test on The Joy Luck Club / more test folder time

January 13th, 2011:Exam Review Jeopardy

January 7th, 2011:The Joy Luck Club - "American Translation"

January 10th, 2011: Drop off Sir Gawain take home essays in room 222. Details...

January 11th, 2011: The Joy Luck Club - "Queen Mother of the Western Skies"

January 12th, 2011:Test on The Joy Luck Club / more test folder time

January 13th, 2011:Exam Review Jeopardy

No class today; see previous panel.

*In the event of a weather related closing, the "American Translation" will be discussed with "Queen Mother of the Western Skies" on Tuesday.

 
For Tuesday: You should have finished the Joy Luck Club. You will have quizzes on the remaining two sections. You may have a notecard for each.

You may have until Wednesday to complete your Sir Gawain essays, as you have not gotten your old essays back.

January 5th, 2011: The Joy Luck Club - "The Twenty-Six Malignant Gates"

January 6th, 2011: Test Folder Day / Quiz on Vocabulary Units 13 to16

January 10th, 2011:The Joy Luck Club - "American Translation" AND Sir Gawain take home essays due. Details...

January 11th, 2011: The Joy Luck Club - "Queen Mother of the Western Skies"

January 13th, 2011:Test on The Joy Luck Club / more test folder time

January 14th, 2011:Exam Review Jeopardy

No class today; see previous.

January 6th, 2011: Test Folder Day / Quiz on Vocabulary Units 13 to16

January 10th, 2011:The Joy Luck Club - "American Translation" AND Sir Gawain take home essays due. Details...

January 11th, 2011: The Joy Luck Club - "Queen Mother of the Western Skies"

January 13th, 2011:Test on The Joy Luck Club / more test folder time

January 14th, 2011:Exam Review Jeopardy

January 10th, 2011:The Joy Luck Club - "American Translation" AND Sir Gawain take home essays due. Details...

January 11th, 2011: The Joy Luck Club - "Queen Mother of the Western Skies"

January 13th, 2011:Test on The Joy Luck Club / more test folder time

January 14th, 2011:Exam Review Jeopardy

Same as previous panel.
January 5th, 2011: The Joy Luck Club - "The Twenty-Six Malignant Gates"

January 6th, 2011: Test Folder Day / Quiz on Vocabulary Units 13 to16

January 10th, 2011:The Joy Luck Club - "American Translation" AND Sir Gawain take home essays due. Details...

January 11th, 2011: The Joy Luck Club - "Queen Mother of the Western Skies"

January 13th, 2011:Test on The Joy Luck Club / more test folder time

January 14th, 2011:Exam Review Jeopardy

No class today; see previous.

January 6th, 2011: Test Folder Day / Quiz on Vocabulary Units 13 to16

January 10th, 2011:The Joy Luck Club - "American Translation" AND Sir Gawain take home essays due. Details...

January 11th, 2011: The Joy Luck Club - "Queen Mother of the Western Skies"

January 13th, 2011:Test on The Joy Luck Club / more test folder time

January 14th, 2011:Exam Review Jeopardy

January 10th, 2011:The Joy Luck Club - "American Translation" AND Sir Gawain take home essays due. Details...

January 11th, 2011: The Joy Luck Club - "Queen Mother of the Western Skies"

January 13th, 2011:Test on The Joy Luck Club / more test folder time

January 14th, 2011:Exam Review Jeopardy

Same as previous panel.

 

Homework for the week of December 13th, 2010
12/13 12/14 12/15 12/16 12/17
Essay on The Scarlet Letter is due on December 16th. Be sure to also submit your essay to turnitin.com that same day.

Bring your literature books to next class.

No class today; see previous panel. Essay on The Scarlet Letter is due on December 16th. Be sure to also submit your essay to turnitin.com that same day.

Bring your literature books to next class.

Bring your literature books to next class. No homework over break.

Be prepared to discuss your Scarlet Letter essays on our return from break.

Vocabulary Units 13 to 16 will  be due on January 7th, 2011.

Essay on The Scarlet Letter is due on December 16th. Be sure to also submit your essay to turnitin.com that same day.

Bring your literature books to next class.

Essay on The Scarlet Letter is due on December 16th. Be sure to also submit your essay to turnitin.com that same day.

Bring your literature books to next class.

No class today; see previous panel. Bring your literature books to next class. No homework over break.

Be prepared to discuss your Scarlet Letter essays on our return from break.

Vocabulary Units 13 to 16 will  be due on January 7th, 2011.

For December 13th: Book II of Sir Gawain and a list of questions and comments due (no journal required).

For December 14th: Book III of Sir Gawain due (no journal required).

For December 17th: Book IV of Sir Gawain due (no journal required).

OVER CHRISTMAS BREAK:

  1. Read part one of The Joy Luck Club, "Feathers from a Thousand Li Away." You may bring an 4" x 6" index card to use on the reading check quiz when we return. Parts two, three, and four of The Joy Luck Club will be due as indicated on this page. You may also use 4" x 6" index cards on those quizzes, as I want you to be able to read ahead.
  2. Your Sir Gawain and the Green Knight take home essay test is also due on January 10, 2010. Please keep the assignment to 3 pages and under; you may write a 2x4 or 3x5.

For December 17th: Book IV of Sir Gawain due (no journal required).

OVER CHRISTMAS BREAK:

  1. Read part one of The Joy Luck Club, "Feathers from a Thousand Li Away." You may bring an 4" x 6" index card to use on the reading check quiz when we return. Parts two, three, and four of The Joy Luck Club will be due as indicated on this page. You may also use 4" x 6" index cards on those quizzes, as I want you to be able to read ahead.
  2. Your Sir Gawain and the Green Knight take home essay test is also due on January 10, 2010. Please keep the assignment to 3 pages and under; you may write a 2x4 or 3x5.
No class today; see previous panel. No class today; see Tuesday.  

(See Tuesday for some assignment details)

OFFICIAL SCHEDULE FOR THE WEEKS LEADING UP TO MIDTERMS:

January 3rd, 2011: The Joy Luck Club - "Feather from a Thousand Li Away"

January 4th, 2011: The Joy Luck Club - "The Twenty-Six Malignant Gates"

January 5th, 2011: Test Folder Day / Quiz on Vocabulary Units 13 to16

January 7th, 2011:The Joy Luck Club - "American Translation"

January 10th, 2011: Drop off Sir Gawain take home essays in room 222. Details...

January 11th, 2011: The Joy Luck Club - "Queen Mother of the Western Skies"

January 12th, 2011:Test on The Joy Luck Club / more test folder time

January 13th, 2011:Exam Review Jeopardy

For December 14th: Book II of Sir Gawain and a list of questions and comments due (no journal required).

For December 15th: Book III of Sir Gawain due (no journal required).

For December 16th: Book IV of Sir Gawain due (no journal required).

OVER CHRISTMAS BREAK:

  1. Read part one of The Joy Luck Club, "Feathers from a Thousand Li Away." You may bring an 4" x 6" index card to use on the reading check quiz when we return. Parts two, three, and four of The Joy Luck Club will be due as indicated on this page. You may also use 4" x 6" index cards on those quizzes, as I want you to be able to read ahead.
  2. Your Sir Gawain and the Green Knight take home essay test is also due on your first day back from break. Please keep the assignment to 3 pages and under.

For December 15th: Book III of Sir Gawain due (no journal required).

For December 16th: Book IV of Sir Gawain due (no journal required).

OVER CHRISTMAS BREAK:

  1. Read part one of The Joy Luck Club, "Feathers from a Thousand Li Away." You may bring an 4" x 6" index card to use on the reading check quiz when we return. Parts two, three, and four of The Joy Luck Club will be due as indicated on this page. You may also use 4" x 6" index cards on those quizzes, as I want you to be able to read ahead.
  2. Your Sir Gawain and the Green Knight take home essay test is also due on January 10, 2010. Please keep the assignment to 3 pages and under; you may write a 2x4 or 3x5.

For December 16th: Book IV of Sir Gawain due (no journal required).

OVER CHRISTMAS BREAK:

  1. Read part one of The Joy Luck Club, "Feathers from a Thousand Li Away." You may bring an 4" x 6" index card to use on the reading check quiz when we return. Parts two, three, and four of The Joy Luck Club will be due as indicated on this page. You may also use 4" x 6" index cards on those quizzes, as I want you to be able to read ahead.
  2. Your Sir Gawain and the Green Knight take home essay test is also due on January 10, 2010. Please keep the assignment to 3 pages and under; you may write a 2x4 or 3x5.

(See Friday panel for extended information on our schedule after break.)

OVER CHRISTMAS BREAK:

  1. Read part one of The Joy Luck Club, "Feathers from a Thousand Li Away." You may bring an 4" x 6" index card to use on the reading check quiz when we return. Parts two, three, and four of The Joy Luck Club will be due as indicated on this page. You may also use 4" x 6" index cards on those quizzes, as I want you to be able to read ahead.
  2. Your Sir Gawain and the Green Knight take home essay test is also due on January 10, 2010. Please keep the assignment to 3 pages and under; you may write a 2x4 or 3x5.
OFFICIAL SCHEDULE FOR THE WEEKS LEADING UP TO MIDTERMS:

January 3rd, 2011: The Joy Luck Club - "Feather from a Thousand Li Away"

January 5th, 2011: The Joy Luck Club - "The Twenty-Six Malignant Gates"

January 6th, 2011: Test Folder Day / Quiz on Vocabulary Units 13 to16

January 10th, 2011:The Joy Luck Club - "American Translation" AND Sir Gawain take home essays due. Details...

January 11th, 2011: The Joy Luck Club - "Queen Mother of the Western Skies"

January 13th, 2011:Test on The Joy Luck Club / more test folder time

January 14th, 2011:Exam Review Jeopardy

For December 14th: Book II of Sir Gawain and a list of questions and comments due (no journal required).

For December 15th: Book III of Sir Gawain due (no journal required).

For December 16th: Book IV of Sir Gawain due (no journal required).

OVER CHRISTMAS BREAK:

  1. Read part one of The Joy Luck Club, "Feathers from a Thousand Li Away." You may bring an 4" x 6" index card to use on the reading check quiz when we return. Parts two, three, and four of The Joy Luck Club will be due as indicated on this page. You may also use 4" x 6" index cards on those quizzes, as I want you to be able to read ahead.
  2. Your Sir Gawain and the Green Knight take home essay test is also due on your first day back from break. Please keep the assignment to 3 pages and under.

For December 15th: Book III of Sir Gawain due (no journal required).

For December 16th: Book IV of Sir Gawain due (no journal required).

OVER CHRISTMAS BREAK:

  1. Read part one of The Joy Luck Club, "Feathers from a Thousand Li Away." You may bring an 4" x 6" index card to use on the reading check quiz when we return. Parts two, three, and four of The Joy Luck Club will be due as indicated on this page. You may also use 4" x 6" index cards on those quizzes, as I want you to be able to read ahead.
  2. Your Sir Gawain and the Green Knight take home essay test is also due on January 10, 2010. Please keep the assignment to 3 pages and under; you may write a 2x4 or 3x5.

For December 16th: Book IV of Sir Gawain due (no journal required).

OVER CHRISTMAS BREAK:

  1. Read part one of The Joy Luck Club, "Feathers from a Thousand Li Away." You may bring an 4" x 6" index card to use on the reading check quiz when we return. Parts two, three, and four of The Joy Luck Club will be due as indicated on this page. You may also use 4" x 6" index cards on those quizzes, as I want you to be able to read ahead.
  2. Your Sir Gawain and the Green Knight take home essay test is also due on January 10, 2010. Please keep the assignment to 3 pages and under; you may write a 2x4 or 3x5.
(See Friday panel for extended information on our schedule after break.)

OVER CHRISTMAS BREAK:

  1. Read part one of The Joy Luck Club, "Feathers from a Thousand Li Away." You may bring an 4" x 6" index card to use on the reading check quiz when we return. Parts two, three, and four of The Joy Luck Club will be due as indicated on this page. You may also use 4" x 6" index cards on those quizzes, as I want you to be able to read ahead.
  2. Your Sir Gawain and the Green Knight take home essay test is also due on January 10, 2010. Please keep the assignment to 3 pages and under; you may write a 2x4 or 3x5.

 

OFFICIAL SCHEDULE FOR THE WEEKS LEADING UP TO MIDTERMS:

January 3rd, 2011: The Joy Luck Club - "Feather from a Thousand Li Away"

January 5th, 2011: The Joy Luck Club - "The Twenty-Six Malignant Gates"

January 6th, 2011: Test Folder Day / Quiz on Vocabulary Units 13 to16

January 10th, 2011:The Joy Luck Club - "American Translation" AND Sir Gawain take home essays due. Details...

January 11th, 2011: The Joy Luck Club - "Queen Mother of the Western Skies"

January 13th, 2011:Test on The Joy Luck Club / more test folder time

January 14th, 2011:Exam Review Jeopardy

 

Homework for the week of December 6th, 2010
12/6 12/7 12/8 12/9 12/10
Vocabulary Quiz on units 9 to 12 on December 13th.

Essay on The Scarlet Letter is due on December 16th.

No homework.

Essay on The Scarlet Letter is due on December 16th.

No school.

For next class: Complete one body paragraph for your essay on The Scarlet Letter and bring an anonymous electronic copy to class.

A make up session for our introduction lesson will be held on Monday afterschool (needed to reschedule!).

Essay on The Scarlet Letter is due on December 16th.

No class today. See yesterday.
For next class: Bring an electronic copy of your introduction paragraph for your Scarlet Letter essay for extra credit.

Vocabulary Quiz on units 9 to 12 on December 13th.

Essay on The Scarlet Letter is due on December 16th

No class today. See yesterday. No school.

For next class: Complete one body paragraph for your essay on The Scarlet Letter and bring an anonymous electronic copy to class.

Essay on The Scarlet Letter is due on December 16th

No class today. See yesterday.
For December 10th: Book I of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight plus one page reading journal is due. No class today. See Monday. No school. No class today. See Monday. For December 13th: Book II of Sir Gawain and a list of questions and comments due (no journal required).

For December 14th: Book III of Sir Gawain and a list of questions and comments due (no journal required).

For December 17th: Book IV of Sir Gawain and a list of questions and comments due (no journal required).

For December 10th: Book I of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight plus one page reading journal is due. For December 10th: Book I of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight plus one page reading journal is due. No school. For December 10th: Book I of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight plus one page reading journal is due. For December 14th: Book II of Sir Gawain and a list of questions and comments due (no journal required).

For December 15th: Book III of Sir Gawain and a list of questions and comments due (no journal required).

For December 16th: Book IV of Sir Gawain and a list of questions and comments due (no journal required).

For December 10th: Book I of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight plus one page reading journal is due. For December 10th: Book I of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight plus one page reading journal is due. No school. For December 10th: Book I of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight plus one page reading journal is due. For December 14th: Book II of Sir Gawain and a list of questions and comments due (no journal required).

For December 15th: Book III of Sir Gawain and a list of questions and comments due (no journal required).

For December 16th: Book IV of Sir Gawain and a list of questions and comments due (no journal required).

 

Homework for the week of November 29th, 2010
11/29 11/30 12/1 12/2 12/3
For next class: Read Chapters 21 to 24 of The Scarlet Letter and complete a journal entry. No homework tonight.

Test on The Scarlet Letter on Friday.

Test on The Scarlet Letter on Friday.

Vocabulary Quiz on units 9 to 12 on December 13th.

Essay on The Scarlet Letter is due on December 16th.

No class today; see previous.

Vocabulary Quiz on units 9 to 12 on December 13th.

Essay on The Scarlet Letter is due on December 16th.

For next class: Read Chapters 21 to 24 of The Scarlet Letter and complete a journal entry. No homework tonight.

Test on The Scarlet Letter on Friday.

Test on The Scarlet Letter on Friday.

Vocabulary Quiz on units 9 to 12 on December 13th.

Essay on The Scarlet Letter is due on December 16th.

No class today; see previous.

Vocabulary Quiz on units 9 to 12 on December 13th.

Essay on The Scarlet Letter is due on December 16th

For 11/30: Mini-test on A Man for All Seasons. Also read this short article on the archetype of the hero's journey.

Essay is due December 6th! 

Essay is due December 6th!

Download the grading rubric here.

No class today; see previous. Essay is due December 6th!

Download the grading rubric here.

For December 10th: Book I of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight plus one page reading journal is due.

Essay is due December 6th!

Download the grading rubric here.

For December 10th: Book I of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight plus one page reading journal is due.

For 12/1: Mini-test on A Man for All Seasons. Also read this short article on the archetype of the hero's journey.

Essay is due December 6th!

No class today; see previous. Essay is due December 6th!

Download the grading rubric here.

Essay is due December 6th!

Download the grading rubric here.

For December 10th: Book I of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight plus one page reading journal is due.

No class today; see previous.
For 12/1: Mini-test on A Man for All Seasons. Also read this short article on the archetype of the hero's journey.

Essay is due December 6th!

No class today; see previous. Essay is due December 6th!

Download the grading rubric here.

Essay is due December 6th!

Download the grading rubric here.

For December 10th: Book I of Sir Gawain and the Green Knight plus one page reading journal is due.

No class today; see previous.
 
Homework for the week of November 22nd, 2010
11/22 11/23
For next class: Read Chapters 17 to 20 of The Scarlet Letter and complete a journal entry. No class today; see previous panel.
For next class: Read Chapters 17 to 20 of The Scarlet Letter and complete a modified journal entry. For next class: Read Chapters 21 to 24 of The Scarlet Letter and complete a journal entry.
For 11/23: Read "Speaking: The Hero" and study for your vocabulary quiz on units 9 to 12.

For 11/30: Mini-test on A Man for All Seasons. Also read this short article on the archetype of the hero's journey.

For 11/30: Mini-test on A Man for All Seasons. Also read this short article on the archetype of the hero's journey.

Essay is due December 6th!

For 11/23: Read Act 2 of A Man for All Seasons and compose a journal entry in response to your reading.

For 11/29: Read "Speaking: The Hero" and study for your vocabulary quiz on units 9 to 12.

For 12/1: Mini-test on A Man for All Seasons.

For 11/29: Read "Speaking: The Hero" and study for your vocabulary quiz on units 9 to 12.

For 12/1: Mini-test on A Man for All Seasons. Also read this short article on the archetype of the hero's journey.

Essay is due December 6th!

For 11/23: Read Act 2 of A Man for All Seasons and compose a journal entry in response to your reading.

For 11/29: Read "Ulysses" and "Speaking: The Hero" and study for your vocabulary quiz on units 9 to 12.

For 12/1: Mini-test on A Man for All Seasons.

For 11/29: Read "Speaking: The Hero" and study for your vocabulary quiz on units 9 to 12.

For 12/1: Mini-test on A Man for All Seasons. Also read this short article on the archetype of the hero's journey.

Essay is due December 6th!

 

Homework for the week of November 15th, 2010
11/15 11/16 11/17 11/18 11/19
For next class: Read Chapters 2 to 4 of The Scarlet Letter and complete a journal entry. For next class: Read Chapters 5 to 8 of The Scarlet Letter and complete a journal entry. For next class: Read Chapters 9 to 12 of The Scarlet Letter and complete a journal entry. For next class: Read Chapters 13 to 16 of The Scarlet Letter and complete a journal entry. No class today; see previous panel.
For next class: Read Chapters 5 to 8 of The Scarlet Letter and complete a journal entry. No class today; see previous panel. For next class: Read Chapters 9 to 12 of The Scarlet Letter and complete a journal entry. For next class: Read Chapters 13 to 16 of The Scarlet Letter and complete a journal entry. No class today; see previous panel.
For next class: Read Act 1 of A Man for All Seasons and compose a journal entry in response to your reading. No class today; see previous panel. No class today; see previous panel. For 11/22: Read Act 2 of A Man for All Seasons and compose a journal entry in response to your reading.

For 11/23: Read "Ulysses" and "Speaking: The Hero" and study for your vocabulary quiz on units 9 to 12.

For 11/30: Mini-test on A Man for All Seasons.

For 11/22: Read Act 2 of A Man for All Seasons and compose a journal entry in response to your reading.

For 11/23: Read "Ulysses" and "Speaking: The Hero" and study for your vocabulary quiz on units 9 to 12.

For 11/30: Mini-test on A Man for All Seasons.

For next class: Thesis statements for your analytical essay are due.

Also, read these two poems in preparation for next class.

Finally, compose a list of people and characters whom you consider to be heroes.

For 11/17: Read Act 1 of A Man for All Seasons and compose a journal entry in response to your reading.

For next class: Read Act 1 of A Man for All Seasons and compose a journal entry in response to your reading. For 11/23: Read Act 2 of A Man for All Seasons and compose a journal entry in response to your reading.

For 11/29: Read "Ulysses" and "Speaking: The Hero" and study for your vocabulary quiz on units 9 to 12.

For 12/1: Mini-test on A Man for All Seasons.

No class today; see previous panel. For 11/23: Read Act 2 of A Man for All Seasons and compose a journal entry in response to your reading.

For 11/29: Read "Ulysses" and "Speaking: The Hero" and study for your vocabulary quiz on units 9 to 12.

For 12/1: Mini-test on A Man for All Seasons.

For next class: Thesis statements for your analytical essay are due.

Also, read these two poems in preparation for next class.

Finally, compose a list of people and characters whom you consider to be heroes.

For 11/17: Read Act 1 of A Man for All Seasons and compose a journal entry in response to your reading.

For next class: Read Act 1 of A Man for All Seasons and compose a journal entry in response to your reading. For 11/23: Read Act 2 of A Man for All Seasons and compose a journal entry in response to your reading.

For 11/29: Read "Ulysses" and "Speaking: The Hero" and study for your vocabulary quiz on units 9 to 12.

For 12/1: Mini-test on A Man for All Seasons.

No class today; see previous panel. For 11/23: Read Act 2 of A Man for All Seasons and compose a journal entry in response to your reading.

For 11/29: Read "Ulysses" and "Speaking: The Hero" and study for your vocabulary quiz on units 9 to 12.

For 12/1: Mini-test on A Man for All Seasons.

 

Homework for the week of November 8th, 2010
11/8 11/9 11/10 11/11 11/12
For next class: Read from Walden. Start with "I went to the woods..." on the top of page 376 and end with "Now put the foundations under them..." on page 378. Also, be able to answer comprehension questions #2 and #3 on page 379.

Test on Romanticism, Transcendentalism, and Fireside Poetry on 11/12.

For next class: Read Chapter 1 of The Scarlet Letter.

Test on Romanticism, Transcendentalism, and Fireside Poetry on 11/12.

See your schedule for your reading and journaling assignments for The Scarlet Letter.

Test on Romanticism, Transcendentalism, and Fireside Poetry on 11/12.

No class today; please see previous panel. See your schedule for your reading and journaling assignments for The Scarlet Letter.
For next class: Read from Walden. Start with "I went to the woods..." on the top of page 376 and end with "Now put the foundations under them..." on page 378. Also, be able to answer comprehension questions #2 and #3 on page 379.

Test on Romanticism, Transcendentalism, and Fireside Poetry on 11/12.

For next class: Read Chapter 1 of The Scarlet Letter.

Test on Romanticism, Transcendentalism, and Fireside Poetry on 11/12.

See your schedule for your reading and journaling assignments for The Scarlet Letter.

Test on Romanticism, Transcendentalism, and Fireside Poetry on 11/12.

No class today; please see previous panel. See your schedule for your reading and journaling assignments for The Scarlet Letter.
For next class: Read this article on ten common analytical essay mistakes.

Test on A Doll's House will be on 11/11.

For next class: A Doll's House test

For 11/15: Thesis statements for your analytical essay.

No class today; please see previous panel. For next class: Please bring A Man for All Seasons to class.

For 11/15: Thesis statements for your analytical essay.

For next class: Thesis statements for your analytical essay are due.

Also, read these two poems in preparation for next class.

Finally, compose a list of people and characters whom you consider to be heroes.

For 11/18: Read Act 1 of A Man for All Seasons and compose a journal entry in response to your reading.

For next class: Read this article on ten common analytical essay mistakes.

Test on A Doll's House will be on 11/11.

No class today; please see previous panel. For next class: A Doll's House test

For 11/15: Thesis statements for your analytical essay.

For next class: Please bring A Man for All Seasons to class.

For 11/15: Thesis statements for your analytical essay.

No class today; please see previous panel.
For next class: Read this article on ten common analytical essay mistakes.

Test on A Doll's House will be on 11/11.

No class today; please see previous panel. For next class: A Doll's House test

For 11/15: Thesis statements for your analytical essay.

For next class: Please bring A Man for All Seasons to class.

For 11/15: Thesis statements for your analytical essay.

No class today; please see previous panel.

 

Homework for the week of November 1st, 2010
11/1 11/2 11/3 11/4
No homework tonight. No class today; see yesterday. Read "Nature" and "Self-Reliance," pages 364 to 367, and try to answer the comprehension questions on pages 365 and 367. No class today; see yesterday.
No homework tonight. No class today; see yesterday. Read "Nature" and "Self-Reliance," pages 364 to 367, and try to answer the comprehension questions on pages 365 and 367. Read from Walden. Start with "I went to the woods..." on the top of page 376 and end with "Now put the foundations under them..." on page 378. Also, be able to answer comprehension questions #2 and #3 on page 379.
Act 3 of A Doll's House and one page reading journal entry due on 11/4. Be ready to finish and present your project next class.

Act 3 of A Doll's House and one page reading journal entry due on 11/4.

Act 3 of A Doll's House and one page reading journal entry due on 11/4. Read this article on ten common analytical essay mistakes.

Test on A Doll's House will be on 11/11.

Act 3 of A Doll's House and one page reading journal entry due on 11/8. Be ready to finish and present your project next class.

Act 3 of A Doll's House and one page reading journal entry due on 11/8.

No class today; see yesterday. Act 3 of A Doll's House and one page reading journal entry due on 11/8.

Test on A Doll's House will be on 11/11.

Act 3 of A Doll's House and one page reading journal entry due on 11/8. Be ready to finish and present your project next class.

Act 3 of A Doll's House and one page reading journal entry due on 11/8.

No class today; see yesterday. Act 3 of A Doll's House and one page reading journal entry due on 11/8.

Test on A Doll's House will be on 11/11.

 

Homework for the week of October 25th, 2010
10/25 10/26 10/27 10/28 10/29
Vocabulary quiz on units 5 to 8 will be on Tuesday.

For Thursday: Read "The Fall of the House of Usher," pages 296 to 308, and be able to answer the comprehension questions.

For Thursday: Read "The Fall of the House of Usher," pages 296 to 308, and be able to answer the comprehension questions. No class today. See yesterday. No homework for next class. For Monday, read "Thanatopsis" in the textbook (pages 259 to 261).  
Vocabulary quiz on units 5 to 8 will be on Tuesday.

For Wednesday: Read "The Fall of the House of Usher," pages 296 to 308, and be able to answer the comprehension questions.

For Wednesday: Read "The Fall of the House of Usher," pages 296 to 308, and be able to answer the comprehension questions. No homework for next class. For Monday, read "Thanatopsis" in the textbook (pages 259 to 261). No class today. See yesterday.  
For next class: Bring college essay materials to work on your final copies in class. You may also bring alternate essays and supplemental paragraphs.

Act 2 of A Doll's House and one page reading journal entry due on 10/29.

Act 3 of A Doll's House and one page reading journal entry due on 11/4.

Act 2 of A Doll's House and one page reading journal entry due on 10/29.

Act 3 of A Doll's House and one page reading journal entry due on 11/4.

Act 2 of A Doll's House and one page reading journal entry due on 10/29.

Act 3 of A Doll's House and one page reading journal entry due on 11/4.

No class today. See yesterday.  
For next class: Bring college essay materials to work on your final copies in class. You may also bring alternate essays and supplemental paragraphs.

Act 2 of A Doll's House and one page reading journal entry due on 11/1.

Act 3 of A Doll's House and one page reading journal entry due on 11/8.

 

No class today; see yesterday. College essay final copies are due next class.

Act 2 of A Doll's House and one page reading journal entry due on 11/1.

Act 3 of A Doll's House and one page reading journal entry due on 11/8.

Act 2 of A Doll's House and one page reading journal entry due on 11/1.

Act 3 of A Doll's House and one page reading journal entry due on 11/8.

 
For next class: Bring college essay materials to work on your final copies in class. You may also bring alternate essays and supplemental paragraphs.

Act 2 of A Doll's House and one page reading journal entry due on 11/1.

Act 3 of A Doll's House and one page reading journal entry due on 11/8.

No class today; see yesterday. College essay final copies are due next class.

Act 2 of A Doll's House and one page reading journal entry due on 11/1.

Act 3 of A Doll's House and one page reading journal entry due on 11/8.

Act 2 of A Doll's House and one page reading journal entry due on 11/1.

Act 3 of A Doll's House and one page reading journal entry due on 11/8.

 

 

Homework for the week of October 18th, 2010
10/18 10/19 10/20 10/21 10/22
For Thursday: Read "The First Snowfall" (pages 264 to 265) and "The Village Blacksmith" (available here).

For Friday: Read "The Devil and Tom Walker" (pages 236 to 245) and be able to answer the comprehension questions.

Vocabulary quiz on units 5 to 8 will be on Tuesday of next week.

No class today; see yesterday. For Thursday: Read "The First Snowfall" (pages 264 to 265) and "The Village Blacksmith" (available here).

For Friday: Read "The Devil and Tom Walker" (pages 236 to 245) and be able to answer the comprehension questions.

Vocabulary quiz on units 5 to 8 will be on Tuesday of next week.

For Friday: Read "The Devil and Tom Walker" (pages 236 to 245) and be able to answer the comprehension questions.

Vocabulary quiz on units 5 to 8 will be on Tuesday of next week.

For Thursday of next week: Read "The Fall of the House of Usher," pages 296 to 308, and be able to answer the comprehension questions.

Vocabulary quiz on units 5 to 8 will be on Tuesday.

For Thursday: Read "The Fall of the House of Usher," pages 296 to 308, and be able to answer the comprehension questions.

For Thursday: Read "The First Snowfall" (pages 264 to 265) and "The Village Blacksmith" (available here).

For Friday: Read "The Devil and Tom Walker" (pages 236 to 245) and be able to answer the comprehension questions.

Vocabulary quiz on units 5 to 8 will be on Tuesday of next week.

No class today; see yesterday. No class today; see yesterday.

For Friday: Read "The Devil and Tom Walker" (pages 236 to 245) and be able to answer the comprehension questions.

Vocabulary quiz on units 5 to 8 will be on Tuesday of next week.

For Wednesday of next week: Read "The Fall of the House of Usher," pages 296 to 308, and be able to answer the comprehension questions.

Vocabulary quiz on units 5 to 8 will be on Tuesday.

For Wednesday: Read "The Fall of the House of Usher," pages 296 to 308, and be able to answer the comprehension questions.

For next class: Read these historical letters in preparation for A Doll's House.

For Thursday: Test on shorter works on the theme of awareness.

For Thursday: Test on shorter works on the theme of awareness. No class today; see yesterday. Revised college essay final copy due 10/26.

Act 1 of A Doll's House and one page reading journal entry due on 10/25.

Act 2 of A Doll's House and one page reading journal entry due on 10/27.

Act 3 of A Doll's House and one page reading journal entry due on 11/3.

No class today; see yesterday.
For next class: Vocabulary Quiz on units 5 to 8.

For Wednesday: Read these historical letters in preparation for A Doll's House.

For Friday: Test on shorter works on the theme of awareness.

For Wednesday: Read these historical letters in preparation for A Doll's House.

For Friday: Test on shorter works on the theme of awareness. 

For Friday: Test on shorter works on the theme of awareness. No class today; see yesterday. Revised college essay final copy due 10/27.

Act 1 of A Doll's House and one page reading journal entry due on 10/25.

Act 2 of A Doll's House and one page reading journal entry due on 10/28.

Act 3 of A Doll's House and one page reading journal entry due on 11/4.

For next class: Vocabulary Quiz on units 5 to 8 .

For Wednesday: Read these historical letters in preparation for A Doll's House.

For Friday: Test on shorter works on the theme of awareness.

For Wednesday: Read these historical letters in preparation for A Doll's House.

For Friday: Test on shorter works on the theme of awareness. 

For Friday: Test on shorter works on the theme of awareness. Also, finish your monologues / diary entries for this class period. No class today; see yesterday. Revised college essay final copy due 10/27.

Act 1 of A Doll's House and one page reading journal entry due on 10/25.

Act 2 of A Doll's House and one page reading journal entry due on 10/28.

Act 3 of A Doll's House and one page reading journal entry due on 11/4.

 

Homework for the week of October 12th, 2010
10/12 10/14 10/15
For next class: Please read "The Story of the Times" pages 218 to 223 in the textbook. (UPDATED 10/13) Test on Monday. Your Persuasive Speech is also due at this time. No class today. See yesterday.
For next class: Please read "The Story of the Times" pages 218 to 223 in the textbook. (UPDATED 10/13) Test on Monday. Your Persuasive Speech is also due at this time. No class today. See yesterday.
For next class: Read William Faulkner's "The Bear". No class today. See yesterday. For next class: Vocabulary Quiz on units 5 to 8 .
For next class: Complete assignment distributed in class. Next class we will finish the Intimations Ode and "A Canary's Ideas." For next class: Read William Faulkner's "The Bear".

For class after next: Vocabulary Quiz on units 5 to 8 .

For next class: Vocabulary Quiz on units 5 to 8 .
For next class: Complete assignment distributed in class. Next class we will finish the Intimations Ode and "A Canary's Ideas." For next class: Read William Faulkner's "The Bear".

For class after next: Vocabulary Quiz on units 5 to 8 .

For next class: Vocabulary Quiz on units 5 to 8 .

 

Homework for the week of October 4th, 2010
10/4 10/5 10/6 10/7 10/8
For Wednesday: Read from Benjamin Franklin's Autobiography, pages 131 to 135, and be able to answer the guided reaing questions.

For October 12th: Complete your persuasive speech assignment.

No class today; see yesterday. For Friday: Read the PSAT strategies distributed in class and complete the sample questions. No class today; see yesterday. For Next Class: Complete Critical Reading Section #1 in PSAT practice test booklet and check your answers. Come in with questions.

Also, read "Letters from an American Farmer," pages 197 to199, and be able to answer the guided reading questions.

Your persuasive speech is due October 18th.

For Wednesday: Read from Benjamin Franklin's Autobiography, pages 131 to 135, and be able to answer the guided reaing questions.

For October 12th: Complete your persuasive speech assignment.

No class today; see yesterday. For Thursday: Read the PSAT strategies distributed in class and complete the sample questions. For Next Class: Complete Critical Reading Section #1 in PSAT practice test booklet and check your answers. Come in with questions.

Also, read "Letters from an American Farmer," pages 197 to199, and be able to answer the guided reading questions.

Your persuasive speech is due October 18th.

No class today; see yesterday.
Review this biography of John Keats and these selected poems prior to class on Tuesday. For next class:

Read this excerpt from William Wordsworth's "Preface to Lyrical Ballads (1802)."

Review this poem by Wordsworth prior to coming to class.

For next class: Review this poem by Wordsworth prior to coming to class. For Tuesday: Read "A Canary's Ideas" (distributed in class). No class today; see yesterday.
For Tuesday: Read this excerpt from William Wordsworth's "Preface to Lyrical Ballads (1802)."

Review this poem by Wordsworth prior to coming to class.

For next class: Review this poem by Wordsworth prior to coming to class. No class today; see yesterday. No homework. For next class: Complete assignment distributed in class. Next class we will finish the Intimations Ode and "A Canary's Ideas."
For Tuesday: Read this excerpt from William Wordsworth's "Preface to Lyrical Ballads (1802)."

Review this poem by Wordsworth prior to coming to class.

For next class: Review this poem by Wordsworth prior to coming to class. No class today; see yesterday. No homework. For next class: Complete assignment distributed in class. Next class we will finish the Intimations Ode and "A Canary's Ideas."

 

Homework for the week of September 27th, 2010
9/27 9/28 9/29 9/30 10/1
For Tuesday: Reaction Essay on "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God" is due

Also, read The Declaration of Independence, pages 140 to 143 and be able to answer the comprehension questions.

For Wednesday: Vocabulary Quiz units 1 to 4.

For October 12th: Complete your persuasive speech assignment.

For Thursday: Vocabulary Quiz units 1 to 4.

For October 12th: Complete your persuasive speech assignment.

No class today. See yesterday. For Friday: Complete and PRINT this worksheet on The Declaration of Independence

Also, read "The Crisis, Number 1," pages 144 to 145 and be able to answer the comprehension questions.

For October 12th: Complete your persuasive speech assignment.

For Monday: Read Patrick Henry's "Speech in the Virginia Convention," pages 168 to 171 and be able to answer the comprehension questions.

For October 12th: Complete your persuasive speech assignment.

For Tuesday: Reaction Essay on "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God" is due

Have finished the worksheet on Obama's 9/11 speech.

Also, read The Declaration of Independence, pages 140 to 143 and be able to answer the comprehension questions.

For Wednesday: Vocabulary Quiz units 1 to 4.

For Wednesday: Vocabulary Quiz units 1 to 4.

For October 12th: Complete your persuasive speech assignment.

For Friday: Complete and PRINT out the worksheet assigned on The Declaration of Independence

Also, read "The Crisis, Number 1," pages 144 to 145 and be able to answer the comprehension questions.

For October 12th: Complete your persuasive speech assignment.

No class today. See yesterday. For Monday: Read Patrick Henry's "Speech in the Virginia Convention," pages 168 to 171 and be able to answer the comprehension questions.

For October 12th: Complete your persuasive speech assignment.

For Tuesday: Read Camus' essay, "The Myth of Sisyphus."

For Wednesday: College Essay draft is due in print to me. Download the rubric here.

Also, read this biography of John Keats and these selected poems for next class.

Test on The Stranger is scheduled for Friday (REVISED).

For Wednesday: College Essay draft is due in print to me. Download the rubric here.

Also, read this biography of John Keats and these selected poems for next class.

Test on The Stranger is scheduled for Friday (REVISED).

Test on The Stranger is scheduled for Friday (REVISED).

Review this biography of John Keats and these selected poems prior to class on Tuesday.

No class today. See yesterday. Review this biography of John Keats and these selected poems prior to class on Tuesday.
For Monday: Read Camus' essay, "The Myth of Sisyphus."

For Wednesday: College Essay draft is due in print to me. Download the rubric here.

Also, read this biography of John Keats and these selected poems for next class.

Test on The Stranger is scheduled for Thursday (REVISED).

No class today. See yesterday. Test on The Stranger is scheduled for Thursday (REVISED).

Review this biography of John Keats and these selected poems prior to class on Monday.

 

Review this biography of John Keats and these selected poems prior to class on Monday. No class today. See yesterday.
For Monday: Read Camus' essay, "The Myth of Sisyphus."

For Wednesday: College Essay draft is due in print to me. Download the rubric here.

Also, read this biography of John Keats and these selected poems for next class.

Test on The Stranger is scheduled for Thursday (REVISED).

No class today. See yesterday. Test on The Stranger is scheduled for Thursday (REVISED).

Review this biography of John Keats and these selected poems prior to class on Monday.

 
 

Review this biography of John Keats and these selected poems prior to class on Monday.

No class today. See yesterday.

 

Homework for the week of September 20th, 2010
9/20 9/21 9/22 9/23 9/24
For Wednesday: Read "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God" by Jonathan Edwards, pages 98 to 101, and be able to answer the guided reading questions.

Reaction Essay on "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God" is due on September 28th.

For Thursday: Read "An Introductory Address" (stirring speeches.pdf) by William Safire.

For Friday: Test on the pre-colonial and early colonial periods.

For September 29th: Vocabulary Quiz units 1 to 4.

No class today. See yesterday.

Reaction Essay on "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God" is due on September 28th.

For Thursday: Read "An Introductory Address" (stirring speeches.pdf) by William Safire from my TeachFolder.

For Friday: Test on the pre-colonial and early colonial periods.

For September 29th: Vocabulary Quiz units 1 to 4.

For Friday: Test on the pre-colonial and early colonial periods.

For September 29th: Vocabulary Quiz units 1 to 4.

For Tuesday: Reaction Essay on "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God" is due

Also, read The Declaration of Independence, pages 140 to 143 and be able to answer the comprehension questions.

For Wednesday: Vocabulary Quiz units 1 to 4.

For Tuesday: Read "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God" by Jonathan Edwards, pages 98 to 101, and be able to answer the guided reading questions.

Reaction Essay on "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God" is due on September 28th.

For Thursday: Read "An Introductory Address" (stirring speeches.pdf) by William Safire.

For Friday: Test on the pre-colonial and early colonial periods.

For September 29th: Vocabulary Quiz units 1 to 4.

Reaction Essay on "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God" is due on September 28th.

For Thursday: Read "An Introductory Address" (stirring speeches.pdf) by William Safire from my TeachFolder.

For Friday: Test on the pre-colonial and early colonial periods.

For September 29th: Vocabulary Quiz units 1 to 4.

No class today. See yesterday.

For Friday: Test on the pre-colonial and early colonial periods.

For September 29th: Vocabulary Quiz units 1 to 4. 

For Tuesday: Reaction Essay on "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God" is due

Have finished the worksheet on Obama's 9/11 speech.

Also, read The Declaration of Independence, pages 140 to 143 and be able to answer the comprehension questions.

For Wednesday: Vocabulary Quiz units 1 to 4.

For September 21st: Vocabulary quiz on units 1 to 4.

For September 23rd: Read Part Two of The Stranger and complete a one page journal entry.

For September 29th: College Essay draft is due in print to me. Download the rubric here.

For September 23rd: Read Part Two of The Stranger and complete a one page journal entry.

For September 29th: College Essay draft is due in print to me. Download the rubric here.

No class today. See yesterday. For September 29th: College Essay draft is due in print to me. Download the rubric here. For Tuesday: Read Camus' essay, "The Myth of Sisyphus."

For Wednesday: College Essay draft is due in print to me. Download the rubric here.

Test on The Stranger is scheduled for Wednesday.

For September 21st: Vocabulary quiz on units 1 to 4.

For September 22nd: Read Part Two of The Stranger and complete a one page journal entry.

For September 29th: College Essay draft is due in print to me. Download the rubric here.

For September 22nd: Read Part Two of The Stranger and complete a one page journal entry.

For September 29th: College Essay draft is due in print to me. Download the rubric here.

For September 29th: College Essay draft is due in print to me. Download the rubric here. No class today. See yesterday. For Monday: Read Camus' essay, "The Myth of Sisyphus."

For Wednesday: College Essay draft is due in print to me. Download the rubric here.

Test on The Stranger is scheduled for Wednesday.

For September 21st: Vocabulary quiz on units 1 to 4.

For September 22nd: Read Part Two of The Stranger and complete a one page journal entry.

For September 29th: College Essay draft is due in print to me. Download the rubric here.

For September 22nd: Read Part Two of The Stranger and complete a one page journal entry.

For September 29th: College Essay draft is due in print to me. Download the rubric here.

For September 29th: College Essay draft is due in print to me. Download the rubric here. No class today. See yesterday. For Monday: Read Camus' essay, "The Myth of Sisyphus."

For Wednesday: College Essay draft is due in print to me. Download the rubric here.

Test on The Stranger is scheduled for Wednesday.

 

Homework for the week of September 6th, 2010
9/13 9/14 9/15 9/16 9/17
For Tuesday: Read “When Grizzlies Walked Upright” Text pages 24 to 25, Comprehension Question #1 page 27. For Wednesday: Read from The General History of Virginia, pages 67 to70, and answer comprehension questions 1 to 4. 

Furthermore, answer the questions: “What was life like in the Southern Colonies?” and “What factors contributed to this?” to be handed in!

For Next Class: Read from Of Plymouth Plantation, pages 71 to 75, and be able to answer the guided reading questions. No homework. No class today. See yesterday.
For Wednesday: Read from The General History of Virginia, pages 67 to70, and answer comprehension questions 1 to 4. 

Furthermore, answer the questions: “What was life like in the Southern Colonies?” and “What factors contributed to this?” to be handed in!

No class today. See yesterday. For Next Class: Read from Of Plymouth Plantation, pages 71 to 75, and be able to answer the guided reading questions. No homework. No class today. See yesterday.
For Wednesday: Read the article "It's Got to be You" from my TeachFolder and bring a first draft of a college application essay to class.

For September 20th: Read Part One of The Stranger and complete a one page journal entry.

For September 23rd: Read Part Two of The Stranger and complete a one page journal entry.

No class today. See yesterday. For next class: Bring your college essay drafts with you again. They will be checked.

For Monday: Read Part One of The Stranger and complete a one page journal entry.

For September 21st: Vocabulary quiz on units 1 to 4.

For September 22nd: Read Part Two of The Stranger and complete a one page journal entry.

No class today. See yesterday.

For Monday: Read Part One of The Stranger and complete a one page journal entry.

For September 21st: Vocabulary quiz on units 1 to 4.

For September 22nd: Read Part Two of The Stranger and complete a one page journal entry.

For September 29th: College Essay draft is due in print to me. Download the rubric here.

For Tuesday: Read the article "It's Got to be You" from my TeachFolder and bring a first draft of a college application essay to class

For Friday: Read Part One of The Stranger and complete a one page journal entry.

For September 22nd: Read Part Two of The Stranger and complete a one page journal entry.

For next class: Bring your college essay drafts with you again. They will be checked.

For Friday: Read Part One of The Stranger and complete a one page journal entry.

For September 21st: Vocabulary quiz on units 1 to 4.

For September 22nd: Read Part Two of The Stranger and complete a one page journal entry.

No class today. See yesterday.

For Friday: Read Part One of The Stranger and complete a one page journal entry.

For September 21st: Vocabulary quiz on units 1 to 4.

For September 22nd: Read Part Two of The Stranger and complete a one page journal entry.

For September 21st: Vocabulary quiz on units 1 to 4.

For September 22nd: Read Part Two of The Stranger and complete a one page journal entry.

For September 29th: College Essay draft is due in print to me. Download the rubric here.

For Tuesday: Read the article "It's Got to be You" from my TeachFolder and bring a first draft of a college application essay to class

For Friday: Read Part One of The Stranger and complete a one page journal entry.

For September 22nd: Read Part Two of The Stranger and complete a one page journal entry.

For next class: Bring your college essay drafts with you again. They will be checked.

For Friday: Read Part One of The Stranger and complete a one page journal entry.

For September 21st: Vocabulary quiz on units 1 to 4.

For September 22nd: Read Part Two of The Stranger and complete a one page journal entry.

No class today. See yesterday.

For Friday: Read Part One of The Stranger and complete a one page journal entry.

For September 21st: Vocabulary quiz on units 1 to 4.

For September 22nd: Read Part Two of The Stranger and complete a one page journal entry.

For September 21st: Vocabulary quiz on units 1 to 4.

For September 22nd: Read Part Two of The Stranger and complete a one page journal entry.

For September 29th: College Essay draft is due in print to me. Download the rubric here.

 

Homework for the week of September 6th, 2010
9/6 9/7 9/8 9/9 9/10
Labor Day, no school Freshman Orientation, no school For Friday: Read "The Earth on Turtle's Back" and answer the comprehension questions.

Your summer reading assignment is also due.

For Tuesday: Read “When Grizzlies Walked Upright” Text pages 24 to 25, Comprehension Question #1 page 27.

No class today. See yesterday. For Tuesday: Read “When Grizzlies Walked Upright” Text pages 24 to 25, Comprehension Question #1 page 27.
Labor Day, no school Freshman Orientation, no school For Friday: Read "The Earth on Turtle's Back" and answer the comprehension questions.

Your summer reading assignment is also due.

For Monday: Read “When Grizzlies Walked Upright” Text pages 24 to 25, Comprehension Question #1 page 27.

No class today. See yesterday. For Monday: Read “When Grizzlies Walked Upright” Text pages 24 to 25, Comprehension Question #1 page 27.
Labor Day, no school Freshman Orientation, no school No class. For Friday: Bring The Help to class and be prepared for a test on your reading.

For Monday: Review To Kill a Mockingbird and read the packed on "The Other" from my TeachFolder.

For September 15th: Read the article "It's Got to be You" from my TeachFolder and bring a first draft of a college application essay to class.

For Monday: Review To Kill a Mockingbird and read the packed on "The Other" from my TeachFolder.

For September 15th: Read the article "It's Got to be You" from my TeachFolder and bring a first draft of a college application essay to class.

Labor Day, no school Freshman Orientation, no school For Thursday: Bring The Help to class and be prepared for a test on your reading.

For Monday: Review To Kill a Mockingbird and read the packed on "The Other" from my TeachFolder.

For September 14th: Read the article "It's Got to be You" from my TeachFolder and bring a first draft of a college application essay to class.

 

For Monday: Review To Kill a Mockingbird and read the packed on "The Other" from my TeachFolder.

For September 14th: Read the article "It's Got to be You" from my TeachFolder and bring a first draft of a college application essay to class. 

No class today. See yesterday.
Labor Day, no school Freshman Orientation, no school For Thursday: Bring The Help to class and be prepared for a test on your reading.

For Monday: Review To Kill a Mockingbird and read the packed on "The Other" from my TeachFolder

For September 14th: Read the article "It's Got to be You" from my TeachFolder and bring a first draft of a college application essay to class.

For Monday: Review To Kill a Mockingbird and read the packed on "The Other" from my TeachFolder

For September 14th: Read the article "It's Got to be You" from my TeachFolder and bring a first draft of a college application essay to class.

No class today. See yesterday.

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