Monthly Archives: February 2013

10th Grade: H.W.#16, Due Friday, 3/1

1. Organize and finalize your case for or against Moliere in online groups. 2. Continue memorizing Cleante’s speech and all vocabulary words.

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12th Grade: H.W.#16, Due Friday, 3/1

1. Read chapters 4 and 5 of Book III. 2. Find two words you do not understand. Copy them out onto index cards with their definitions. Here’s a definition of obdurate: 1 a : stubbornly persistent in wrongdoing b : hardened in feelings 2 :resistant to persuasion or softening … Continue reading

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12th Grade: H.W.15, Due Thursday, 2/28

1. Re-read chapter 2 and read chapter 3 in Book III. 2. As always, annotate significant places. 3. Work some more on your ideas for the assessment assignment. Bring to class a skeletal outline of your thinking to share with … Continue reading

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10th Grade: H.W.#15, Due Thursday. 2/28

You are going to put Moliere on trial on Friday. In preparation, you will be building up your case for or against Moliere on Thursday. For homework, you work on your particular task in order to make it that much … Continue reading

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10th Grade: H.W.#14, Due Wednesday, 2/27

1. What kinds of conflicts exist in Moliere’s Tartuffe? Write out a list of six types of conflicts (for example, older generation versus younger generation). For each, provide a place in the text that illustrates this conflict. Just give the … Continue reading

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12th Grade: H.W.#14, Due Wednesday, 2/27`

1. Read Book III, chapters 1 and 2. 2. As always, annotate places you find significant. 3. Begin work on your major assessment. You should have a list of ideas ready to air out to your classmates on Tuesday. You … Continue reading

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10th Grade: H.W.#13, Due 2/20, Wednesday

Next week, you will be watching a version of Tartuffe. As you watch, make sure to take notes on what strikes you about this production. 1. Please work on your perfect paragraph. While it is not due Wednesday, you should … Continue reading

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