Monthly Archives: April 2014

12th Grade: H.W.#48, Due Thursday, 5/1

1. Finish the novel King Solomon’s Mines. 2. Please print out the following questions. Answer questions 4. and 5. in writing. Make sure you mark the places in the text where you can find the answers to these questions–because you will … Continue reading

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10th Grade: H.W.#48, Due Thursday, 5/1

We’re going back to the U.S.S.R. as we read the real masterpiece of the Russian writer, Mikhail Bulgakov. In preparation, I ask you to do the following: * Find a reliable website about Mikhail Bulgakov. Print out information about him and … Continue reading

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12th Grade: H.W.#47, Due Wednesday, 4/30

1. Read chapter 17-18. 2. Use post-it notes and/or mark the text for significant places, connections, questions that the text engenders. 3. Find three clichés in these chapters that have often been used in modern adventure movies as well.

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10th Grade: H.W.#47, Due Wednesday, 4/30

1. Study all words assigned on the vocabulary list. You will be tested on all 69 on Wednesday. Format: multiple choice. 2. Bring back your Siddhartha book for collection! 3. Write out an index card with your name, Book Title: The … Continue reading

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12th Grade: H.W.#46, Due Tuesday, 4/29

1. Read chapters 15-16. 2. Ask three intelligent discussion questions and write a proposed answer to them. 3. As you read, mark up the text that will help you answer the following questions in class: How does the narrator describe … Continue reading

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10th Grade: H.W.#46, Due Tuesday, 4/29

1. Continue studying the vocabulary words for Wednesday’s test. 2. Review your notes on Siddhartha, especially those you took while the class discussed various images last Wednesday. If you know you skipped a section, go back to it and read … Continue reading

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12th Grade: H.W.#45, Due Monday, 4/28

1. Read chapters 13 and 14. 2. In writing, ask and answer three questions based on the reading. One should be clarifying (you don’t really know the answer because you are not clear about something in the text), another probing … Continue reading

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