Monthly Archives: March 2012

12th Grade: H.W.#38, Due Monday, April 2

1. Read chapters 29 and 30. 2. Write at least three post-it notes as usual. 3. Find one word you don’t know and copy it onto an index card with its definition on the other side. Have a good weekend!

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10th Grade: H.W.#38, Due Monday, 4/2

1. Read “The Brahmin’s son,” and “With the Samanas.” Pay attention to names of people and names of groups. You will not have to write anything in response to these chapters. We will read the model journal entries in class … Continue reading

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10th Grade: H.W.#37, Due Friday, 3/30

1. Continue polishing your thesis statement. 2. Go over the handouts we looked at in class with more care, so that you have a really good understanding of the point-by-point vs. the block method. 3. Fill in with your current … Continue reading

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12th Grade: H.W.#37, Due Friday, 3/30

1. Read chapter 28. 2. Write two post-it notes. 3. Continue memorizing the six vocabulary words with their full meaning you were quizzed on on Thursday (especially if you did not know them on the quiz).

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12th Grade: H.W.#36, Due Thursday, 3/28

1. Read chapter 27 (28 pages) 2. Write at least three post-it notes as usual. 3. Memorize assigned vocabulary words (see Monday’s entry). Be able to use them in a sentence appropriately.

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10th Grade: H.W. #36, Due Thursday, 3/29

1. Print out the following essay: http://capjewels.com/gale/class/keatsshelley.html 2. Read the essay at home and be ready to discuss how the essay works to compare/contrast the two works. 3. Write your first draft of the thesis statement (preferably one sentence). 4. Print out and … Continue reading

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12th Grade: H.W.#35, Due Wednesday, 3/28

1. Read chapters 25 and 26. (warning: very intense chapters) 2. Write three post-it notes. 3. Select at least two words you do not know. Put them on index cards with definitions on the other side. 4. Check this out … Continue reading

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