Monthly Archives: March 2015

12th Grade: H.W. #35, Due Wednesday, 4/1

Nothing is due Wednesday, April 1st…(scroll down) Just kidding! 1. Presenters: prepare. Don’t forget to have a thorough written summary of main points and arguments of the essay to hand in after each presentation. 2. Continue work on your first … Continue reading

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10th Grade: H.W.#35, Due Tuesday, 4/1

Nothing is due April 1st….scroll down. Just kidding! 1. Finish Macbeth and be prepared to answer study guide questions. You don’t need to write down your answers this time. Note: My absence today has prevented me from beginning to distribute … Continue reading

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12th Grade: H.W.#34, Due Tuesday, 3/31

1. Presenters: prepare. Don’t forget to have a thorough written summary of main points and arguments of the essay to hand in after each presentation. 2. Continue work on your first draft. Peer editing will be either on Wednesday or … Continue reading

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10th Grade: H.W.34, Due Tuesday, 3/31/15

1. Read Act V, scenes 4, 5, and 6. 2. Again, answer relevant study guide questions in writing. Important Note: Our next book to read is Dracula. Because you will be marking up the book as you read it, you will have to … Continue reading

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12th Grade: H.W.#33, Due Monday, 3/30

1. Presenters left: prepare! 2. Continue working on the Jane Eyre essay. By now, you should have a good sense of your topic and the thesis as well. For further feedback, do not hesitate to email me over the weekend.

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10th Grade: H.W.#33, Due Monday, 3/30

1. Read Act V, scenes 1, 2, and 3. 2. From the Study Guide, answer one question per scene in writing

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12th Grade: H.W.#32, Due Friday, 3/27

Continue working on 1) your Jane Eyre research paper 2) presentations (if you have not gone yet). Use this time wisely. You have only this work for the next few days. As a result, you are expected to read the articles … Continue reading

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