Freshmen: Proofreading Expectations, GE Vocab List, Theme Log, GE Journal Questions for Ch. 1-10, GE Journal Questions for Ch. 11-20 (1st period, 2nd period, 4th period, 5th period, and 6th period), GE Audiotext, GE Graphic Novelization Ch. 14-18, Literary Analysis Task (of Ovid’s “Phoebus and Daphne” and Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream), PSAT Tips
Seniors: 2nd Six Weeks’ Poetry Packet, MLA Template, Jane Eyre Vocab Assignment, Frankenstein Vocab Assignment, Frankenstein Response Journal, Paradise Lost E-Text, Reading Schedule 2:1-6, Rubric for Thursday’s In-Class Poetry Essay, Frankenstein Audiotext
Freshmen: GE Notes, GE Vocab List, GE Theme Log, Colormarking #4, Turnitin Registration Instructions and Theme Analysis #1, Proofreading Expectations, GE Graphic Novelization Ch. 3-7, GE Graphic Novelization Ch. 8-10, GE Audiotext
Seniors, this is a pretty busy-looking week, but if you follow the reading schedule and complete the journal responses as you read through the novel, you’ll be fine. Remember to always follow MLA format in your poetry responses. The physical composition book (the vocab assignments) will not be due until the end of next week, but you should try to wrap up the JE assignment assignment and move on to the Frankenstein vocab if you haven’t already. Take note: we’ll be doing something really useful (i.e. beneficial for Friday’s assessment) in class on Tuesday. Here’s a nifty online-only handout that gives you 10 tips for the AP Lit multiple choice portion. And here’s a link for Paradise Lost.
Freshmen: Great Expectations Notes, Great Expectations Vocab List, Great Expectations Theme Log, Great Expectations Audiotext, Theme Writing #2, Colormarking #4, Great Expectations Graphic Novelization Ch. 1-2; Journal: Journal Expectations, Proofreading Expectations, Usage Notes, Literature Terms, Theme Writing #1, “The Scarlet Ibis” Questions, “The Cask of Amontillado” Questions