Journal on Assembly & Link to Summaries

November 23, 2010

Here is the journal that is due tomorrow on the assembly in book 2 of The Odyssey.

Remember, I would like a one-page entry in your actual journal on this.

Journal on Assembly

Also, please go to the following link and click on “Detailed Version,” then scroll down and click on Books 3 and 4 and read the summaries of them. That’s all!

Please just type the following link into your browser:

Per. 2 and 8 Hmwk Due 11/19

November 18, 2010

Finish reading Book 1 of The Odyssey with post-it notes like we did in class.

10 300 Hmwk Due 11/19

November 18, 2010

Begin free-writing your ideas for your missing chapter of Catcher. We’ll go to the lab tomorrow and start typing them up.

Shakespeare Homework Due 11/19

November 18, 2010

Finish the script for the scene you came up with in class. If this means messaging/e-mailing each other, make sure you do. Also remember to give your characters names and make the language modern and fun!! I’ll give you 5 minutes to run through them at the start of class, then we’ll perform them tomorrow.

10 300 Hmwk Due 11/18

November 17, 2010

Finish reading The Catcher in the Rye and write a 1-page journal entry in response to the ending.

What is your reaction to the end? Are you satisfied with it? Dissatisfied? Why? Anything else you wanted to know / have wrapped up that doesn’t get wrapped up? Etc.

Shakespeare Hmwk Due 11/18

November 17, 2010

Finish reading 1.3 of Hamlet.

9 300 Hmwk Per. 5 Due 11/18

November 17, 2010

Hi Period 5. Please print the paper I’ve linked this post to (below), and then

1. Identify the thesis
2. Write – next to each topic sentence – how it relates to thesis as well.
3. Remembering that each body paragraph should go:

“Topic sentence, then context/background, then quote, then analysis of quote, then sentence that wraps up paragraph / ties back to topic sentence,”

– examine this paper. Make some notes about what kind of a job it does in terms of this structure (in its body paragraphs).