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RETURN The Scarlet Letter
RETURN YOUR TEXT BOOKS!
We will begin Frankenstein today.
If you have not taken your Medieval literature test, you must finish it before FRIDAY of this week, or it will become a zero.
read chapters 20 and 21 in The Scarlet Letter
TEST today (see PPT attached below: it goes into a bit too much detail about the specifics of "The Quest," but overall it is very helpful)
Also, study guide is here: https://docs.google.com/document/d/145jBJKiAQ_jlfzUzzCADjlrlP2doksyLvOEHcGCk_pM/edit?usp=sharing
partner work for symbolism sheet
Making Meanings 13-19
"Choice" (1-6, choose ONE) individual mini-projects
Medieval lit test
also, see ppt attached below
read and study: chapter 16
bring to class: the packets I gave you today (and your books, of course)
be here, bring your book, be ready for test review
11th grade: chapter 15 annotations
Follow the directions for annotating that were distributed in class.
12th grade: find and complete all late work!
11th grade: Due MONDAY: annotations for chapters 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13 written separately
Elements of Gothic in The Scarlet Letter
12th grade: vocabulary quiz and Sir Gawain packets due (skip discussion question 10)
11th grade: The Scarlet Letter, Making Meanings questions chapters V-VIII, a-f, 1-9. Also, annotations for chapters 7 and 8.
12th grade: study for vocabulary quiz on Friday, 11/13 https://docs.google.com/document/d/1IP94jEGacaIM-BFXlgJH2ZYY01p-jQFQX8-ggvqygqo/edit?usp=sharing
They cost 60 dollars, and you will not get your diploma if you don't turn them back in. Really.
11th grade: The Scarlet Letter chapter 6 annotations. Use the annotation guide I distributed in class. I will not give points for incomplete, unclear, or sloppy work.
Merely underlining a passage is not annotation! Write questions, comments, etc. about the passage you underlined!
If you can't figure out what to do on your own, see me again for a model.
Remember that draft #2 of your persuasive essay is due this Friday. Typed, printed double-space, 12-point font, default margins, working title, working bibliography. You may use in-text citations https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/02/ OR end notes https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/04/.
Pick ONE style and stick with it.
How to create end notes in Google docs: http://libguides.princeton.edu/c.php?g=84519&p=541814
How to create end notes in Word: http://guides.lib.umich.edu/c.php?g=283073&p=1888261
12th grade: Watch The Wife of Bath's Tale https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e3cvOm7qStk and write a one-page summary of the plot, IN YOUR OWN WORDS.
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