Monthly Archives: January 2011

10th Grade: NOTE

Your essays will be left at the English department on the sixth floor. You may pick them up beginning the first day of next term. Enjoy your “break.” See you next term (if only in the corridors)! Advertisements

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9th Grade: H.W. DUE 2/1/11, TUESDAY of the NEW Term

In order to write a more informative theatre review, you will be asked to refer to another version (or versions) of Romeo and Juliet as you compare some aspects of the Globe’s version to that one. Thus, you should get … Continue reading

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10th Grade: H.W.#82 (YES, the LAST ONE), Due Monday, 1/24

I have just noticed that this H.W. went into the drafts folder and did not get published. Shucks. Please try to do at least part of it for tomorrow. As this course winds down, I’d like you to reflect on … Continue reading

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9th Grade: H.W.#82, DUE MONDAY, 1/24

  1. Go to http://www.nytimes.com if you cannot go directly to http://theater.nytimes.com/pages/theater/index.html.  Register (for free) to be able to access the site in case you need to do so. Then, go to the theatre section. Read a couple of theatre … Continue reading

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9th Grade: H.W.#81, Due 1/21, FRIDAY

1. Write a paragraph on the G.Q. question (i.e. To what extent are individual decisions responsible for the outcome of the play as opposed to unfavorable circumstances).

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10th Grade: H.W.#81, Due FRIDAY, 1/21

NOTE: Return any books owed. I will have to submit the list of names and books owed to the Assistant Principal on Monday. 1. Write a short reflection on The Clouds as a comedy. Find any relevant connections between the … Continue reading

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10th Grade: H.W.#80, Due 1/20, THURSDAY

1. Go back to yesterday’s written homework notes regarding the question posed in H.W.#79 (In what way(s) does Aristophanes offer a conservative’s critique of “modern,” (that is sophist) education)? Be specific with at least one quotation. Write a coherent paragraph … Continue reading

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