Monthly Archives: December 2011

12th Grade Announcement

I know that some of you have found the burden of daily homework assignments in English class rather heavy. In order to give you a week free from worries regarding your English class (at least), I have decided to assign … Continue reading

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10th Grade Announcement

Most of you have worked very diligently throughout this term, doing daily homework assignments for your various classes. In acknowledgement of the hard work, I would like to let you know that you have absolutely no homework for English class … Continue reading

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12th Grade: H.W.#67, Due Friday, 12/23

1. Read another movie review from http://movies.nytimes.com/pages/movies/index.html. General Comment: As responsible students, you know that each homework is geared towards making you better prepared for the tasks that are graded this year and beyond in college. So, those of you who … Continue reading

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10th Grade: H.W.#67, Due Friday, 12/23

1. Read Book 24. 2. Write a brief reflection on a theme that has appeared throughout the book and is also in evidence in this particular book.

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10th Grade: H.W.#66, Due Thursday, 12/22

1. Read Book 23. 2. Be prepared to answer all of the questions below. Pick four of these questions and answer them in writing. What do Penelope and Eurycleia argue about at the beginning of Bk. 23? Why is Telemachus irritated at … Continue reading

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12th Grade: H.W.#66, Due Thursday, 12/22

1. Go to http://movies.nytimes.com/pages/movies/index.html. Find a movie review you’d like to read. Print it out and read it. As you read it, write on the margins what exactly the reviewer is doing in each paragraph. We will try to piece together … Continue reading

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12th Grade: H.W.#65, Due Wednesday, 12/21

1. Finish the play Hamlet. 2. Write a question that probes the plot, the characters or any of the issues this scene touches upon and compose your own answer to the question. 2. Continue memorizing the soliloquy up to the … Continue reading

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