Monthly Archives: October 2010

9th Grade: H.W.#34, DUE 11/1/10, MONDAY

1. Begin drafting your essay. Go back to the requirements sheet and read it again very carefully, noting the various elements the essay must contain and analyze. The first draft is NOT due 11/2, Tuesday, since you attend no classes … Continue reading

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10th Grade: H.W.#34, DUE 11/1/10, MONDAY

1. Read chapter 4, “The earliest Heroes” up to “The Cyclops Polyphemus” (85-89). Skip this section. Then pick up the reading from page 89 “Flower Myths” and finish the chapter. 2. Continue compiling your Who’s Who section. 3. As you … Continue reading

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10th Grade: H.W. #33, Due 10/29/, Friday

Because the homework did not get posted earlier, I will not assign anything new for Friday. 1. Review all information on mythology. Continue memorizing names… (I’ve met some of your parents. You have lovely parents. Be happy! The ones I … Continue reading

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9th Grade: H.W.#33, Due 10/29, Friday

1. Read Section I of the article. 2. As you read, continue annotating the same way you did in class (underline summaries, circle analysis, and bracket glossary words). On the margins, annotate each paragraph by posing questions, briefly summarizing a … Continue reading

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9th Grade: H.W.#32, Due 10/28, Thursday

1. Evidence hunt. Organize your evidence that suggests Caulfield is mentally unstable and also other pieces that suggest that he is totally sane. Do this in a T chart (a long horizontal line divided in the middle by another line … Continue reading

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10th Grade: H.W.#32, Due 10/28, Thursday

1. Read Chapter 1, “The Gods…” 2. Update your Who’s Who list. 3. Write two questions, one clarifying and one probing, to be discussed in class on Thursday.

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10th Grade: H.W.#31, Due 10/27, Wednesday

1. Read Hamilton’s chapter 3 “How the World and Mankind were Created.” 2. Compare and contrast this story to the Biblical story of Creation. 3. As you read, select THREE words you do not understand and put them on index … Continue reading

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