Monthly Archives: December 2012

12th Grade: H.W.#62, Due Wednesday, 1/2/13

1. Read Act III, scenes 3 and 4. 2. Continue memorizing the “To be or not to be” soliloquy as assigned and continue memorizing lines up to line 90 (“Than fly to others that we know not of?”). Again, you … Continue reading

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10th Grade: H.W.#62, Due Wednesday, 1/2/13

1. Read Book 19. 2. Answer the following in writing with quotations taken from the text as support: * Interpret the dream that Penelope relates to the stranger towards the book’s end. What things does it reveal about her stance … Continue reading

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10th Grade: H.W.#61, Due Friday, 12/21

1. Odysseus Assignment is due. Please staple all drafts together with the final draft on top. Have a cover page. Submit it on turnitin.com before midnight tonight. 2. Read Book 18 and be ready to answer the study guide questions.   … Continue reading

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12th Grade: H.W.#61, Due Friday, 12/21

1. Read Act III, scene 2. 2. Continue memorizing the “To be or not to be” soliloquy up to the middle of line 75 “Must give us pause.” You will be quizzed on these lines.

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12th Grade: H.W.#60, Due Thursday, 12/20

1. Read Act III, scene 1. 2. Memorize the “To be or not to be” soliloquy up to the middle of line 75 “Must give us pause.”  You will have to write down these lines in class from memory. NOTE: … Continue reading

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10th Grade: H.W.#60, Due Thursday, 12/20

1. Read Book 17. 2. Write a clarifying and a probing question based on Book 17 and your developed responses to each question. 3. Continue doing your careful revisions on artist’s statement and poem. 3.  Copy onto index cards the following … Continue reading

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12th Grade: H.W.#59, Due Wednesday, 12/19

1. Re-read Act II, scene 2. As you read, think about the following question: With what issues (practical, philosophical, existential) does Hamlet struggle in this scene? Be ready to discuss each type in small groups. (You may also want to find … Continue reading

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