Monthly Archives: October 2013

12th Grade: H.W.#35, Due Friday, 1/1

1. Complete your first draft.  We will be peer editing throughout the period. f 2. Please print out the peer editing sheet as well. Don’t count on getting a form in class from yours truly. The xerox machines are totally … Continue reading

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10th Grade: H.W.#35, Due Friday, 1/1

1. Read “The Fall of Troy” (chapter 14). In case you encounter any new characters, be sure to note their names on your Who’s Who list with a brief description of their role and fate in the narrative. 2. Continue … Continue reading

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12th Grade: H.W.#35, Due Thursday, 10/31

1. The first draft of the Canterbury tales assignment is due. It should be written as a speech Harry Bailey gives upon the return of the pilgrims to London. You become Harry Bailey for this assignment. We will finish discussing … Continue reading

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10th Grade: H.W.#35, Due Thursday, 10/31

1. Read chapter 13 (“The Trojan War”). 2. As always, copy out major characters’ names with a brief description of who they are. Again, you may draw illustrations that will make it easier for you to remember each character. 3. … Continue reading

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12th Grade: H.W.#34, Due Wednesday, 10/30

1. Read “The Nun’s Priest’s Tale.” 2. As you read, think about and note in writing how this story may be commenting upon issues some of the other stories raised. 3. Write down, in a clear and concise sentence, your … Continue reading

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10th Grade: H.W.#34, Due Wednesday, 10/30

1. Read chapter 17 (“The House of Atreus”). There’s a family tree of the House of Atreus in the back of the book. 2. Once more, copy out the names of characters from each story and either summarize the crux of the … Continue reading

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12th Grade: H.W.#33, Due Tuesday, 10/29

1. Read the prologue and “The Prioress’s Tale.” 2. Answer the following questions in writing (type your answers, please). 1. Re-read the description of the Prioress in the “General Prologue.” Does Madam Eglantine seem the type of person who would … Continue reading

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