Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, all freshmen will meet in the chapel for both fifth and seventh hours.
Monday: fifth hour--Listen to the beginning of Romeo and Juliet.
seventh hour--Fill out information on bubble sheet in preparation of standardized testing next week.
Tuesday: fifth hour--Continue Romeo and Juliet
seventh hour--More Romeo and Juliet. Review vocabulary.
Wednesday: fifth hour--Vocabulary test
seventh hour--Continue Romeo and Juliet.
Thursday: (Meet in classroom.) Continue Romeo and Juliet. We should be close to the end of Act I, so students should be prepared for a test
Friday: School dismisses at 11:30. No freshmen English classes.
Tuesday--More about Shakespeare
Wednesday--More still about Shakespeare; terms used in literature
Thursday--Traits of Shakespeare's tragedies
Friday--test over Shakespeare and terms
Tuesday--Writing day; Final paper copy is due at 3:40 PM; data file is due to the teacher by 12 midnight, Friday, March 14. Please follow all instructions carefully. Remember that points will be awarded for following instructions. No excuses.
Wednesday--Introduction to Shakespeare
Thursday--Introduction to Shakespeare
Friday--Introduction to Shakespeare; quiz over Shakespeare so far. We will continue with Shakespeare after spring break if necessary.
Next week--SPRING BREAK!
Monday--Snow day. Enough cold, already.
Tuesday--We'll talk about thesis statements, and about how to write citations. Work in the computer lab
Monday, March 10 will be the final writing day.
I want to see you work as you progress in order to help you understand how to write citations.
The final essay will be due on Tuesday, March 11, BUT WE WILL NOT WRITE on that day. We must get started with Shakespeare!
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