12th Grade: H.W.#80, Due Monday, 1/23 (Yes…the last one in this course)

1. Finish reading the book.
2. Write a reflection on the novel (characters, themes, ideas, prose, your reading experience) and/or any other aspect of the novel. This should be one page, typed, double-space. The more specific (with short pertinent quotes) you get, the better it will be.
3. Prepare for Hamlet recitation in case you have not done it yet. (Don’t be absent).

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4 Responses to 12th Grade: H.W.#80, Due Monday, 1/23 (Yes…the last one in this course)

  1. Period 6 says:

    Dr. Mandler, with all due respect, you specifically told us at the beginning when we first started Caleb Williams that there would be no essay assignment nor anything of the sort. With the upcoming Chinese New Years Holiday, many students, including myself, will not have the time to complete assignments over the weekends due to hectic family reunions and other preparations for the annual holiday. Please reconsider your assignment as many of us will not be able to complete it.

    -Period 6

    • It is not an assessment but rather a reflection on your reading experience. While I did say you would have no essay on it, I certainly did not say that you would not have to think and write about the work. This homework assignment is not going to be graded and is only intended to make you think about the book in an organized way.

      Happy Chinese New Year!

  2. asdf says:

    dont worry dr mandler i think youre a good teacher 🙂

  3. asdf says:

    to the comment from the 10th grade hw!!!!!

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