Monthly Archives: November 2011

12th Grade: H.W.#51, Due Thursday, 11/31

1. Print out and read Book 11. 2. Annotate two pages thoroughly.

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10th Grade: H.W.#51, Due Thursday, 11/31

 1. Read Book 10. 2. Select three vocabulary words and put them onto index cards with definitions. (Write Book 10 on the cards) 3. Compose three questions based on this book with a brief response. The questions should be clarifying (perhaps … Continue reading

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12th Grade: H.W.#50, Due Wednesday, 11/30

1. Read Book 10 http://www.dartmouth.edu/~milton/reading_room/pl/book_10/index.shtml 2. Annotate at least four pages thoroughly. 3. Select any passage or various passages and offer your own personal reaction to it (them). Reflect on the underlying ideas. Is the punishment just? It the crime so outrageous? … Continue reading

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10th Grade: H.W.#50, Due Wednesday, 11/30

1. Read Book 9. 2. As you read, this time, you choose at least three words with which you are unfamiliar and copy them along with their definitions out onto index cards. 3. Book 9 is the first section of … Continue reading

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12th Grade: H.W.#49, Due Tuesday, 11/29

Read the argument of Book 8. We shall skip the poem itself because it is rather technical. If you wish to read about astrophysics as imagined by a 17th century poet, do so. 1. Read Book 9. http://www.dartmouth.edu/~milton/reading_room/pl/book_9/index.shtml 2. Annotate at … Continue reading

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10th Grade: H.W.#49, Due Tuesday, 11/29

1. Copy the following vocabulary words onto index cards with the definitions on the other side. As before, familiarize yourself with these words, so that when you encounter them in the text, you’ll know to look for the index card. … Continue reading

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10th Grade: H.W.#48, Due Monday, 11/28

1. Copy onto index cards the following words with their definitions on the other side before you read the assigned section. Then, as before, when you encounter these words in the text, you will simply have to refer to the … Continue reading

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