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Seniors: ALL work from Macbeth Acts 1-4 due. I will NOT accept late work for Acts 1-4 after 12:20 on Monday, 5/9
last rough draft of Gatsby essay is due, PRINTED and double spaced, for in-class peer editing on Monday, 5/9
Final essay is due on Wednesday, 5/11
one printed paper copy should be in your hands when you arrive in class on Wednesday.
a second copy should be submitted to turnitin by 11:59 p.m. on Wednesday night, 5/11. Your essay is considered late until both of these submissions are completed.
Juniors: noredink THREE assignments due 5/15 https://www.noredink.com/teach/courses/256867/assignments and https://www.noredink.com/teach/courses/256867/assignments and https://www.noredink.com/teach/courses/256867/assignments
11th grade: group project paragraph due shared with me on googledocs: email@example.com
Put all group members' names on the doc, and double space. NO NEED TO PRINT.
Deadline: I must be able to access the doc by 8 a.m. on Monday morning.
How does Fitzgerald utilize elements of style and direct characterization reveal character within the dialogue of Daisy, Wolfsheim, and Gatsby? Once you have completed this analysis, discuss what the speech of these three characters reveals or enhances about an important them of the novel as a whole.
Style may include the following: diction, rhythm, pattern, subject
Consider pronunciation (as reflected in phonetic spellings, or emphasis indicated by italics, etc.).
Notice Nick's observations about the vocal quality, effect of the way a character talks, etc. (direct characterization).
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EOC testing will begin May 25 (regular school day for non-EOC classes)
Non-EOC exams will begin June 2
11th grade: First Gatsby essay draft due
2 pages, typed double-spaced, 12 point font, default margins PRINTED WHEN YOU ARRIVE TO CLASS
not printed equals LATE
3 pages, handwritten, fronts of pages only, double-spaced
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April 28th, 29th, and 30th
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annotate these articles: http://www.people.vcu.edu/~bmangum/gatsby.htm
Answer Act three questions in text book as assigned in class on Friday
EXTRA CREDIT: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1_Lhk3Z04aa6g0w_YkAL9iKm-9eRfWi13akmPuZVWfto/edit?usp=sharing
11th grade: grammar sheets
AP Preadministration session is scheduled for. Please review the following information regarding the AP Preadministration session:
Session 1: Students with the last name ( A-M)-in the auditorium
Session 2: Students with the last name ( N-Z):in the auditorium
Bring 2, sharpened #2 pencils to complete the preadministration activities. Each student will receive (1) AP Preadministration booklet and one answer document per AP test. The students will retain the card in the AP booklet that lists their AP number. This is the number students will use to receive their AP scores online. We will collect the AP booklets and completed answer documents.
Just a reminder. Any student enrolled in an AP course will take the AP test for class. This is the 2nd year students enrolled in the course, do not pay for the AP exam. The students participating in AP Late Testing will be responsible for those fees.
11th: Gatsby chapters 5 and 6 study questions due Wed. 4/13
reading quiz on chapter 7 due Thur. 4/14
12th: Macbeth packet is now two days late. I will accept it on Wed. 4/13 for partial credit. After Wed. = ZERO
11th and 12th grade: vocab skits due
11th grade: reading quiz on Gatsby chapter 5