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WEEK 7a:  March 15-19, 2010

GUTHRIE MACBETH FIELDTRIP

HAPPY ST. PATRICK'S DAY

CLICK HERE TO SEE MORE FIELD TRIP PICTURES!

WEDNESDAY, March 17 St. Patrick's Day!

9:30- approximately 2:40

(2nd-through 4th hours will be missed)

Meet Activity Center Doors at 9:30!

TO PREPARE, CONSIDER DOING ANY OF THESE:

  READ A PLOT SYNOPSIS (at least for Acts 1-2).  Click HERE for a plot synopsis.           

Click http://www.guthrietheater.org/whats_happening/shows/2009/macbeth

 for an overview review of the production.  Click HERE for a review.                                 

Click http://www.guthrietheater.org/ for the Guthrie website.                                     

Click http://www.guthrietheater.org/shakespeare for the newest addition to the Guthrie website--"50 Years of Shakespeare at the Guthrie"--complete with memories--find the one written by Wally for a 3 pt. EC coupon!--anecdotes, photos of former Guthrie Shakespeare productions, and youtube links. 

the three weird sisters

Lady Macbeth: "Out, out, damned spot!"

 

 

Hamlet (Wallies) Act 1 & begin Act 2

 

and   Frankenstein, or the Modern Prometheus 

(Oles)

 

 

FOR A COPY OF OUR 2009 AP LIT POETRY TERMS PACKET, CLICK HERE!  YOU MAY WANT TO PRINT THIS!

Click HERE for a WORD document or HERE for a pdf. copy of the MAJOR WORKS DATA SHEET  (you will need to have 5 MAJOR WORKS DATA SHEETS by the time the AP Lit Exam comes along).  You received one "free" sheet in class.  You will need to print out the others.

Click HERE to see Wally's current list of WA Journals.  

Click HERE to see Olson's current list of OJ journals.

Click HERE to go automatically to the yellow HW packet!

Click HERE for another copy of the 4 week calendar.

Click HERE for the Literary Time Periods Time line/Works Most Frequently Appearing on the AP Open-ended Essay.

To print more allusion and vocab sheets, click HERE!

Click HERE for a copy of the ivory HAMLET PACKET.

Click HERE to get a pdf. copy of the Hamlet AP Question Packet.

Click HERE to get a pdf. copy of the Hamlet Soliloquy Packet.

  CLICK HERE FOR A COPY OF THE PURPLE HAMLET ASSIGNMENT PACKET

NEW!  UPDATED! For some fun youtube Shakespeare, especially HAMLET, video links, click HERE.        

Work on Lit theory paper: 

due Wednesday March 24! 

For a copy of the "diagram" of the outline of the paper, click HERE (it was on the overhead when Mr. Olson did his Marxist reading of Hansel & Gretel).  For a copy of the Lit. Theory paper, click HERE To print out a copy of the purple Lit. Theory packet, click HERE.  To read a sample paper, click HERE.  To read a sampling of the articles available for each of the theories (you can get the rest from Wally's room in the bins), click on the theory: formalism, reader response, psychoanalytic criticism, feminist (gender) criticism, Marxism, deconstruction, new historicism.  To read the credentials of most of the authors of the Lit. Theory assigned articles, click HERE.  To use a template to modify to send an e-mail requesting credentials, click HERE.  To print a copy of reminders for the Lit Theory paper, click HERE.

ORDER TO TURN IN THE PAPER:

  • everything goes in folder (if partners, put both folders inside each other)
  • grading sheet filled out
  • paper
  • works cited
  • source from class used (no need to highlight)
  • all other sources (no need to highlight)
  • the folk/fairy tale (no need to highlight)
  • SECURITY copy--not in folder
  • SOME LIT THEORY PAPER REMINDERS (rev. 11.11.10):

    1.  NOTE ABOUT THE SOURCES WALLY PROVIDED: the Bressler, Appleman, and Dobie TITLED articles are from books on literary theory.  The TITLED articles by Smith and Murfin appear in the back of either Frankenstein by Mary Shelley or Hamlet by William Shakespeare.  Follow the format in the Survival Manual pp. WC 17-18 for "When you use only a titled chapter or titled article in a book or pamphlet." 

    Mary Shelley's name and William Shakespeare's name will appear on your works-cited page but NOT in any parenthetical references.  By the way, her name is spelled SHELLEY.

    2.  Stories in anthologies are in quotation marks.   ex. "Cinderella"    Stories that are published as books are italicized.   ex.  Cinderella

    3.  For a copy of how the paper should be organized, click HERE.

    4.  If you do the paper with a partner, turn in one copy of the paper, with both names listed in the heading.  For the pagination, type both last names with an "and" in between them.  Turn in one grading sheet, but make sure both of you have put your comments in the comment box.  The paper should be slipped into both folders.

    5.  Here's how you write the following:  PhD or  master's degree or MA.

    6.  Be consistent with capitalization.  Either use "Reader Response" or "reader response."  Pay attention to how your sources capitalize the theories.  Pick a style and be consistent.

    7.  ABOUT HIGHLIGHTING ON PAPER AND SOURCES!  Do not highlight anything in the actual paper.  Photocopy the pages from the sources you have used.  Only highlight what you used in the sources you have borrowed from the bins AND those YOU have located on your own so that I may easily locate the place on the source for the doc. checks.  You do not have to highlight anything from the folk/fairy tales.  If the folk/fair tales are not paginated, please do so in pencil on the pages OR using post-its.

    8.  Make sure you punctuate dialogue and any stage directions correctly.  Make sure you use the Survival Manual pages GRS 11-13 to help you do this.

    9.  Be sure you document the storyline frequently in the section where you are retelling the story.  Unless you have a direct quote, it is best to do it episodically.

    10.  Read the GRADING SHEET carefully,  so you don't miss anything required.  Be sure to establish credibility--both for your narrator as well as the REAL sources you use.

    11.  E-mail or voice mail Wally (952 975-4303) if you have any questions.

    12. The paper must be turned in by 3:00 on the due date or it's late (-10% per day late)!

    13.  Including THOUGHTS can be tricky. 

    One method is to use a "thinking" dialogue tag:
     
    She thought, "I wonder if he is going to ask that question."   
     
    If the thoughts are going to come in the middle of dialogue, you can use italics.  See the BLUE part in italics below.
     
    The professor asked, "How many of you have read the story?"  He speculated that no one had.  Then he added, "Let me phrase it another way, then."

    14.  Pay special attention to stories that are "compiled by" or "retold by" or "adapted by."  They require special treatment for works cited and parenthetical documentation. See page WC 12 for how to do a translator, editor, compiler, or adapter.  

    Click  HERE for the WC (Works Cited) section--pink (rev. 11.22.09)  Also, check out the section WITH EDITOR or TRANSLATOR or COMPILER   in the PDQ section of the Survival Manual.  Click HERE for the PDQ (Parenthetical Documentation and Quotes) section--green  (rev. 11.22.09)

     

EPHS ENGLISH DEPARTMENT SURVIVAL MANUAL  (rev. 11.22.09)

To print off the entire manual half size or full size or to use the manual online in "navigational mode," go to the EPHS English department home page and click on the buttons to the left of the screen:

http://ephs.edenpr.org/index.php?option=com_qcontacts&view=category&catid=76&Itemid=123

click HERE for the COVER with table of contents  (rev. 11.22.09)

click HERE for the GRS (Grammar Rules Summary) section--yellow

click HERE for the MSF (Manuscript Formatting Rules) section--yellow

click HERE for the PDQ (Parenthetical Documentation and Quotes) section--green  (rev. 11.22.09)

click HERE for the WC (Works Cited) section--pink (rev. 11.22.09)

click HERE for the WC (Works Cited) SHORT FORM--pink

Buybacks 

Notes: 1.  Record your results on the yellow and pink sheets in your folder.   By the way, Mr. Olson doesn't like to use the boxes at the end of the grading sheet.  He prefers that you read his comments in the margins to find the positives and suggestions.  You must summarize these in the pink boxes and write a goal for the next paper.  Then, record your number of errors in Lit. Analysis Paper column on the yellow technical sheet.) 2.   Be sure to follow directions! There will be a lot less "mercy" for not doing correcting the error correctly this time.   3.  YOU ARE REQUIRED TO WRITE OUT THE WHOLE SENTENCE THAT HAS THE ERROR(S).  DO NOT USE ELLIPSES!  4.  Make sure you do not make ANY NEW ERRORS.  If two or more errors occur in the same sentence, follow the specific directions on how to correct them all together.  5.   TURN BUYBACKS IN ON TIME!  If buybacks are not turned in on your deadline, they are 1/2 credit the next day and no credit the day after!  5.  Read the blue BUYBACK hand-out CAREFULLY so you can ask any questions/clear up anything you don't understand about the buyback procedure. 

 If you want to print out your own copy of the BUYBACK PACKET for highlighting, active reading, etc., click HERE.  If you would like to use a template (rev. 2010) to do your buybacks, click HERE. (You can cut and paste this into a WORD DOCUMENT and make changes--add more rows or delete categories etc. to make it work for you.  Remember to print it out in landscape format!)  For a sample (NOT PERFECT) of what BUYBACKS ARE SUPPOSED TO LOOK LIKE WHEN DONE, CLICK HERE (WORD version) OR  HERE (pdf.verson)! If you would like to use the ACE template, click HERE

NOTE!  You may organize your buybacks by type of error or chronologically as they appear in your paper

 

DATE In-Class plan Homework (due next day almost always):
MONDAY, MARCH 12th

day 28

Patrick Stewart as Claudius

David Tennant as Hamlet

Click HERE to see more info/pic on the 2008 RSC Production Wally saw of Hamlet in Stratford

Prelude to

SOLILOQUY #1

Note the sword and its resemblance to a cross! 

"I'll cross it though it blast me!"

 

 

Today's Quote of the Day:

A good scare is worth more to a man than good advice.

-Edgar Watson Howe, novelist and editor (1853-1937)

Today's Allusion:

sacred cow

Today's Words of the Day:

fallacious (Oles)

candor (Oles)

  veracity (Wallies)

 patriarch (Wallies)

Shakespeare WORD OF THE DAY:

hie (hy) verb tr., intr. To hasten; to go in a hurry.[From Middle English hien, from Old English higian (to strive).]

 

Kenneth Branagh as Hamlet

HAMLET WORD OF THE DAY:

obsequy (OB-se-kwee) noun (see Claudius and Hamlet's exchange!)

A funeral rite or ceremony. [From Middle English obsequie, from Middle French, from Medieval Latin obsequiae, alteration (after Latin exsequiae, funeral rites) of Latin obsequia, plural of obsequium (compliance).]"When (Anthony) Powell died, in March of last year, at the age ofninety-four, the New York Times Book Review devoted a Bookend column tothe obsequy." Christopher Hitchens; An Omnivorous Curiosity; The Atlantic Monthly (Boston); Jun 2001.

FUN SHAKESPEARE LANGUAGE STUFF

http://www.lomonico.com/bookch4.html

Mark Rylance (playing a female) in an "original practices" production of Twelfth Night

Maggie gets her name in Wally's Hamlet book!

 

 

 

 

WALLIES:

  1. Group check-in:
  • weekend highlights
  • white Hamlet quiz opening scene
  1. Work on your own part of the Poetry Presentation. Brainstorm even more ideas for your group's poetry project!    If you need to see a copy of the gray poetry project grading sheet, click HERE.  Here's a great help sheet--"How to Explicate a Poem." To print out a copy of our AP POETRY TERMS!  Click HERE.

  2. Burning questions on the lit theory paper?
  3. Explain how to do Soliloquy packet
  4. Hamlet: dramatis personae and placement of women on dramatis personae list--# of lines Gertrude and Ophelia have and Henry VII, primogeniture, Elsinore, "divine right of kings," Leviticus, Henry VIII, etc., unclean/incest, Anne Boleyn & love letters,   authorship
  5. CHART: similarities between Norway and Denmark (foils)
  6. First two lines--announcement of all the major themes and disorder foreshadowed
  7. Hamlet pp. 4-5

HOMEWORK COLLECTED TODAY:

WALLIES:

CC #1

OLES:

  1. Group check-in:
  • weekend
  • FIG QUESTIONS
  • Words of the Day
  1. Housekeeping on Frankenstein assignments
  2. Byron & Shelley
  3. Discuss Frankenstein & epistemology

HOMEWORK COLLECTED TODAY:

OLES:

  1. Collect CC1
  2. Collect F2 Coleridge & Rime
  3. Stamp and collect F3 "Kubla Khan"
  4. Stamp FIGS

  1. BOTH OLES & WALLIES:
  2. GUTHRIE MACBETH FIELDTRIP: Remind your teachers that you will miss 2-4th hours on Wednesday for our Guthrie field trip!

  3. DUE THURSDAY (but you can turn these in to Mr. Olson anytime before then)  Lit theory paper topic pink "temporary sign-up" slip (or pink if you got it in class because your packet was incomplete)   Either write the information on a sheet of notebook paper, or click HERE to print and fill it out, or e-mail it to Rolf ASAP at rolson@edenpr.org For a complete copy of the Lit. Theory Packet (with the paper section at the end), click HERE.

  4. Work on Lit theory paper:  due Wednesday March 24  For a copy of the "diagram" of the outline of the paper, click HERE (it was on the overhead when Mr. Olson did his Marxist reading of Hansel & Gretel). For a copy of the Lit. Theory paper, click HERE. Copies of the group transparencies are online!  Click HERE To print out a copy of the purple Lit. Theory packet, click HERE.  To read a sample paper, click HERE.  To read a sampling of the articles available for each of the theories (you can get the rest from Wally's room in the bins), click on the theory: formalism, reader response, psychoanalytic criticism, feminist (gender) criticism, Marxism, deconstruction, new historicism.  To read the credentials of most of the authors of the Lit. Theory assigned articles, click HERE.  To use a template to modify to send an e-mail requesting credentials, click HERE.  To print a copy of reminders for the Lit Theory paper, click HERE.

    ORDER TO TURN IN THE PAPER:

    • everything goes in folder (if partners, put both folders inside each other)
    • grading sheet filled out
    • paper
    • works cited
    • source from class used (no need to highlight)
    • all other sources (no need to highlight)
    • the folk/fairy tale (no need to highlight)
    • SECURITY copy--not in folder

WALLIES ONLY:

  1. ASSIGNMENT H4  #1-4 CLICK HERE FOR A COPY OF THE PURPLE HAMLET ASSIGNMENT PACKET. #1. Read pp. 14-19. #2.   In PENCIL, paraphrase Hamlet's 1st soliloquy line by line in the blue soliloquy packet.  After you are done, write a synopsis of the soliloquy and its major issues/points/themes in the first blue box on the cover of the soliloquy packet. Click HERE for a pdf. copy of the SOLILOQUY PACKET.   #3.  Complete the rest of the questions (#17-25) on the Act I. sc. 2  buff-colored quiz. Click HERE for a copy of this quiz.  #4.  Do AP Q's 8-15. Click HERE to get a pdf. copy of the AP Practice tests.      

    You may use supplementary sources to look up words like synecdoche, etc.  If you haven't already, it might be a good idea to print out/use the following:

    FOR A COPY OF OUR 2009 AP LIT POETRY TERMS PACKET, CLICK HERE!   FYI! click HERE for a copy of the ivory HAMLET PACKET.

  2. EXTRA CREDIT (5 pts.) COUPON  ASSIGNMENT H6:  Tragedy Myths and Reality--Tragedy Notes Do #1-2:  First, think about the ideas our society generates about what constitutes a tragedy.  At the top of your Tragedy Notes, jot down about a paragraph on this topic.  Next, read through the blue Tragedy Packet and after your initial paragraph, jot down notes from the packet filling at least the page or as much space as it takes to record additional/new/important information about tragedy.  This is not a journal but NOTES. (worth 5 points) CLICK HERE for a pdf. copy of the blue Tragedy Packet if you didn't get one in class.  FYI! click HERE for a copy of the ivory HAMLET PACKET.

  3. EXTRA CREDIT (3 pts.) COUPON OPPORTUNITY(to be stapled on a future journal or HW assignment)!  What Hamlet character are you?  Go online to                   http://www.selectsmart.com/FREE/select.php?client=hamlet

     and take the Character test for Hamlet.  Print out your results, but do not read any detailed explanations as to who the characters are in the play!  You don't want to know some things yet.

  4. EXTRA CREDIT COUPON (3 pts.) OPPORTUNITY!   Click HERE for a copy of this EC assignment.

    a.  Do the "Shakespearean Expressions (Insult) Activity."  Click HERE to find a three-columned list of Shakesearean words.   Warning!  These words are unkind!  They are insults! 

    b.  Choose ONE line of 3 words—one from each column.  You will have two adjectives and a noun and must find their modern translations.  To do this, you must go to the EPHS library and locate the multi-volume Oxford English Dictionary.  Look up your three words in the Oxford English Dictionary (the OED). 

    c.  Now, take out 3 note cards.  Write #1 ADJ on the first card and copy the word from column one onto this first note card.  On the back of this note card, write the modern English translation of this word. Do the same for the second and third words.  Write #2 ADJ on the second card and copy the word from column two onto this first note card.  On the back of this note card, write the modern English translation of this word.  On the third note card, take a highlighter and color it yellow (front and back sides).  Then write #3 NOUN and copy the word from column two onto this last note card.  On the back of this note card, write the modern English translation of this word. 

    Interested in websites on Shakespeare?  Click HERE!

    Check out some fun youtube Shakespeare LINKS:

    Click HERE.

OLES ONLY:

 

 

  1. ASSIGNMENT  F 5:  Read chapters 11-16 and make FIG questions over this material:  1 of each level--pink = level 1 factual, blue = level 2 interpretive, gold = level 3 global.  Click HERE to refresh your memory as to how to do FIG questions.
  2. (you may want to)--Start Assignment  F7  MILTON and FAUST HOMEWORK:  Everyone do what is assigned to groups B, C, D, E.  So, you will all do readings from Paradise Lost and versions of the Faustian story.  (We won't be doing F6 until much later.)
  3. Goethe's Faust

     

    John Milton

  4.  
TUESDAY, day 29

the great chain of being

Tower Bridge in London

Today's Quote of the Day:

Those who put out the people's eyes, reproach them for their blindness.

-John Milton, poet (1608-1674)

Today's Allusion:

Svengali

Today's Words of the Day:

felicity (Oles)

brazen (Oles)

coxcomb (Wallies)

stygian (Wallies)

CLICK HERE TO SEE MORE CLASS PICTURES!

WALLIES:

  1. Group check-in:
  • Share answers to 3 Q's in king's opening scene
  • c/c AP Q's 1-7 and come to consensus
  • C/C buff-colored quiz (#1 -16 ). 
  • C/C the 3 Opening Court Q's in your HW packet on page 84.   Click HERE for a copy of these questions. 
  1. tell about pink lit theory slips
  2. Work on your own part of the Poetry Presentation. Brainstorm even more ideas for your group's poetry project!    If you need to see a copy of the gray poetry project grading sheet, click HERE.  Here's a great help sheet--"How to Explicate a Poem." To print out a copy of our AP POETRY TERMS!  Click HERE.

  3. Burning questions on the lit theory paper?
  4. Explain how to do Soliloquy packet
  5. Hamlet: dramatis personae and placement of women on dramatis personae list--# of lines Gertrude and Ophelia have and Henry VII, primogeniture, Elsinore, "divine right of kings," Leviticus, Henry VIII, etc., unclean/incest, Anne Boleyn & love letters,   authorship
  6. CHART: similarities between Norway and Denmark (foils)
  7. First two lines--announcement of all the major themes and disorder foreshadowed
  8. Hamlet pp. 4-7--iambic pentameter and maybe play 10 min. Renaissance Man Clip
  9. Elizabethan notions on ghosts--Discuss Hamlet pp. 3-7: what's up in Norway with revenge and young Fortinbras
  10. p. 11--Claud's second 2/3 of opening speech
  11. debrief Hamlet AP Questions 1-7
  12. Post Sol. 1 debriefing with friends and plan to meet the ghost--Hamlet's meeting of Horatio and friends after sol. #1--"He was a man, take him all in all."  be vs. do--"king" vs "father"
 

HOMEWORK COLLECTED TODAY:

WALLIES:

  1. buff quiz--stamp
  2. Hamlet background notes (5 pts)
  3. AP Questions 1-7 stamp

OLES:

  1. Group check-in:
  • word of the day
  • allusion
  1. FIG QUESTIONS
  2. Milton Paradise Lost
  3. Discuss Frankenstein chaps 11-16

HOMEWORK COLLECTED TODAY:

OLES:

  1. Stamp & collect F3 "Kubla Khan"
  2. Stamp & collect F4 Byron & Shelley
  3. Stamp FIGS

 

BOTH OLES & WALLIES:
  1. DUE THURSDAY (but you can turn these in to Mr. Olson anytime before then)  Lit theory paper topic pink "temporary sign-up" slip (or pink if you got it in class because your packet was incomplete)   Either write the information on a sheet of notebook paper, or click HERE to print and fill it out, or e-mail it to Rolf ASAP at rolson@edenpr.org DUE THURSDAY!  For a complete copy of the Lit. Theory Packet (with the paper section at the end), click HERE.

  2. Work on Lit theory paper:  due Wednesday March 24  For a copy of the "diagram" of the outline of the paper, click HERE (it was on the overhead when Mr. Olson did his Marxist reading of Hansel & Gretel). For a copy of the Lit. Theory paper, click HERE. Copies of the group transparencies are online!  Click HERE To print out a copy of the purple Lit. Theory packet, click HERE.  To read a sample paper, click HERE.  To read a sampling of the articles available for each of the theories (you can get the rest from Wally's room in the bins), click on the theory: formalism, reader response, psychoanalytic criticism, feminist (gender) criticism, Marxism, deconstruction, new historicism.  To read the credentials of most of the authors of the Lit. Theory assigned articles, click HERE.  To use a template to modify to send an e-mail requesting credentials, click HERE.  To print a copy of reminders for the Lit Theory paper, click HERE.

    ORDER TO TURN IN THE PAPER:

    • everything goes in folder (if partners, put both folders inside each other)
    • grading sheet filled out
    • paper
    • works cited
    • source from class used (no need to highlight)
    • all other sources (no need to highlight)
    • the folk/fairy tale (no need to highlight)
    • SECURITY copy--not in folder
  3.  

  4.  

WALLIES ONLY:

  1. C A R P E    D I E M!!!! (You can also work on your paper or get caught up or do some Hamlet EC!)  or start the Hamlet homework due Thursday

    ASSIGNMENT H5:  #1-5CLICK HERE FOR A COPY OF THE PURPLE HAMLET ASSIGNMENT PACKET. #1: Read pp. 19-27 only #2:  Green Quiz--Do Q's 1 to 14 only on the green take home quiz. Click HERE for a copy of this green quiz.   #3:  Fill out advice chart on p. 86 of the HW packet.   #4:  Read articles on "advice."  Do WA 14 ADVICE  . . . or don't do it and instead ask a parent to do it!  No hurry, then, because it won't be collected until ALL the journals come in the last week of class in JUNE.   (See HW packet p. 87 for details.)   #5:    Read the "vicious mole"speech and do one of these two things with the vicious mole speech:  either paraphrase it for EC in soliloquy packet or  summarize it in the box on p. 89 in the HW packet.      FYI! click HERE for a copy of the ivory HAMLET PACKET.By the way, check out this ADVICE RAP on youtube:

    ADVICE SCENE RAP from Renaissance Man  Melvin and Hamlet!  Click:    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9iM1kb3b9t8&feature=related

  2. EXTRA CREDIT (5 pts.) COUPON  ASSIGNMENT H6:  Tragedy Myths and Reality--Tragedy Notes CLICK HERE FOR A COPY OF THE PURPLE HAMLET ASSIGNMENT PACKET.Do #1-2:  First, think about the ideas our society generates about what constitutes a tragedy.  At the top of your Tragedy Notes, jot down about a paragraph on this topic.  Next, read through the blue Tragedy Packet and after your initial paragraph, jot down notes from the packet filling at least the page or as much space as it takes to record additional/new/important information about tragedy.  This is not a journal but NOTES. (worth 5 points) CLICK HERE for a pdf. copy of the blue Tragedy Packet if you didn't get one in class.  FYI! click HERE for a copy of the ivory HAMLET PACKET.

  3. EXTRA CREDIT (3 pts.) COUPON OPPORTUNITY(to be stapled on a future journal or HW assignment)!  What Hamlet character are you?  Go online to                   http://www.selectsmart.com/FREE/select.php?client=hamlet

     and take the Character test for Hamlet.  Print out your results, but do not read any detailed explanations as to who the characters are in the play!  You don't want to know some things yet.

  4. EXTRA CREDIT COUPON (3 pts.) OPPORTUNITY!   Click HERE for a copy of this EC assignment.

    a.  Do the "Shakespearean Expressions (Insult) Activity."  Click HERE to find a three-columned list of Shakesearean words.   Warning!  These words are unkind!  They are insults! 

    b.  Choose ONE line of 3 words—one from each column.  You will have two adjectives and a noun and must find their modern translations.  To do this, you must go to the EPHS library and locate the multi-volume Oxford English Dictionary.  Look up your three words in the Oxford English Dictionary (the OED). 

    c.  Now, take out 3 note cards.  Write #1 ADJ on the first card and copy the word from column one onto this first note card.  On the back of this note card, write the modern English translation of this word. Do the same for the second and third words.  Write #2 ADJ on the second card and copy the word from column two onto this first note card.  On the back of this note card, write the modern English translation of this word.  On the third note card, take a highlighter and color it yellow (front and back sides).  Then write #3 NOUN and copy the word from column two onto this last note card.  On the back of this note card, write the modern English translation of this word. 

OLES ONLY:

 

 

  1. Finish Assignment  F7  MILTON and FAUST HOMEWORK:  Everyone do what is assigned to groups A, B, C, D, E.  So, you will all do readings of sonnets and the passage from Paradise Lost plus versions of the Faustian story. 

Will you make me a bride?

How about a son?

 

YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN PICTURES

  1. Here's the Story of the Day:
    Missing Link II
    I thought, I'll remove my head for a while & it went fine except most people didn't know where to look when we were having a conversation.

    WAR OF THE ROSES!

    (click HERE for genealogical chart)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

WEDNESDAY, day 30

HAPPY ST. PATRICK'S DAY

"Yes, by St. Patrick, it is an honest ghost"

   --Hamlet, Act 1.5

GUTHRIE MACBETH FIELDTRIP

TODAY!

9:30- approximately 2:40

(2nd-through 4th hours will be missed)

Meet Activity Center Doors at 9:30!

Click http://www.guthrietheater.org/whats_happening/shows/2009/macbeth

Today's Quotes of the Day:

You cannot shake hands with a clenched fist.  ~Attributed to both Golda Meir and Indira Gandhi


Peace hath higher tests of manhood
Than battle ever knew.
~John Greenleaf Whittier

Five great enemies to peace inhabit with us:  avarice, ambition, envy, anger, and pride.  If those enemies were to be banished, we should infallibly enjoy perpetual peace.  ~Francesco Petrarch

Today's Allusion:

none

Today's Words of the Day:

l (Oles)

le (Oles)

d (Wallies)

v (Wallies)

WALLIES:
  1. Group check-in:
  • c/c blu
  1. G

    HOMEWORK COLLECTED TODAY:

    WALLIES:

    1. b
    2. -
  2.  

OLES:

  1. Group check-in:
  • word of the day
  1.  

HOMEWORK COLLECTED TODAY:

OLES:

  1. c
  2. c
BOTH OLES & WALLIES:
  1. DUE THURSDAY (but you can turn these in to Mr. Olson anytime before then)  Lit theory paper topic pink "temporary sign-up" slip (or pink if you got it in class because your packet was incomplete)   Either write the information on a sheet of notebook paper, or click HERE to print and fill it out, or e-mail it to Rolf ASAP at rolson@edenpr.org DUE THURSDAY!  For a complete copy of the Lit. Theory Packet (with the paper section at the end), click HERE.

  2. Work on Lit theory paper:  due Wednesday March 24  For a copy of the "diagram" of the outline of the paper, click HERE (it was on the overhead when Mr. Olson did his Marxist reading of Hansel & Gretel). For a copy of the Lit. Theory paper, click HERE. Copies of the group transparencies are online!  Click HERE To print out a copy of the purple Lit. Theory packet, click HERE.  To read a sample paper, click HERE.  To read a sampling of the articles available for each of the theories (you can get the rest from Wally's room in the bins), click on the theory: formalism, reader response, psychoanalytic criticism, feminist (gender) criticism, Marxism, deconstruction, new historicism.  To read the credentials of most of the authors of the Lit. Theory assigned articles, click HERE.  To use a template to modify to send an e-mail requesting credentials, click HERE.  To print a copy of reminders for the Lit Theory paper, click HERE.

    ORDER TO TURN IN THE PAPER:

    • everything goes in folder (if partners, put both folders inside each other)
    • grading sheet filled out
    • paper
    • works cited
    • source from class used (no need to highlight)
    • all other sources (no need to highlight)
    • the folk/fairy tale (no need to highlight)
    • SECURITY copy--not in folder
    • SOME LIT THEORY PAPER REMINDERS (rev. 11.11.10):

      1.  NOTE ABOUT THE SOURCES WALLY PROVIDED: the Bressler, Appleman, and Dobie TITLED articles are from books on literary theory.  The TITLED articles by Smith and Murfin appear in the back of either Frankenstein by Mary Shelley or Hamlet by William Shakespeare.  Follow the format in the Survival Manual pp. WC 17-18 for "When you use only a titled chapter or titled article in a book or pamphlet." 

      Mary Shelley's name and William Shakespeare's name will appear on your works-cited page but NOT in any parenthetical references.  By the way, her name is spelled SHELLEY.

      2.  Stories in anthologies are in quotation marks.   ex. "Cinderella"    Stories that are published as books are italicized.   ex.  Cinderella

      3.  For a copy of how the paper should be organized, click HERE.

      4.  If you do the paper with a partner, turn in one copy of the paper, with both names listed in the heading.  For the pagination, type both last names with an "and" in between them.  Turn in one grading sheet, but make sure both of you have put your comments in the comment box.  The paper should be slipped into both folders.

      5.  Here's how you write the following:  PhD or  master's degree or MA.

      6.  Be consistent with capitalization.  Either use "Reader Response" or "reader response."  Pay attention to how your sources capitalize the theories.  Pick a style and be consistent.

      7.  ABOUT HIGHLIGHTING ON PAPER AND SOURCES!  Do not highlight anything in the actual paper.  Photocopy the pages from the sources you have used.  Only highlight what you used in the sources you have borrowed from the bins AND those YOU have located on your own so that I may easily locate the place on the source for the doc. checks.  You do not have to highlight anything from the folk/fairy tales.  If the folk/fair tales are not paginated, please do so in pencil on the pages OR using post-its.

      8.  Make sure you punctuate dialogue and any stage directions correctly.  Make sure you use the Survival Manual pages GRS 11-13 to help you do this.

      9.  Be sure you document the storyline frequently in the section where you are retelling the story.  Unless you have a direct quote, it is best to do it episodically.

      10.  Read the GRADING SHEET carefully,  so you don't miss anything required.  Be sure to establish credibility--both for your narrator as well as the REAL sources you use.

      11.  E-mail or voice mail Wally (952 975-4303) if you have any questions.

      12. The paper must be turned in by 3:00 on the due date or it's late (-10% per day late)!

      13.  Including THOUGHTS can be tricky. 

      One method is to use a "thinking" dialogue tag:
       
      She thought, "I wonder if he is going to ask that question."   
       
      If the thoughts are going to come in the middle of dialogue, you can use italics.  See the BLUE part in italics below.
       
      The professor asked, "How many of you have read the story?"  He speculated that no one had.  Then he added, "Let me phrase it another way, then."

      14.  Pay special attention to stories that are "compiled by" or "retold by" or "adapted by."  They require special treatment for works cited and parenthetical documentation. See page WC 12 for how to do a translator, editor, compiler, or adapter.  

      Click  HERE for the WC (Works Cited) section--pink (rev. 11.22.09)  Also, check out the section WITH EDITOR or TRANSLATOR or COMPILER   in the PDQ section of the Survival Manual.  Click HERE for the PDQ (Parenthetical Documentation and Quotes) section--green  (rev. 11.22.09)

       

WALLIES ONLY:

  1. same as Tuesday!

  2. Interested in websites on Shakespeare?  Click HERE!

OLES ONLY:

 

 

  1. same as Tuesday!

 

THURSDAY, day 31

ADVICE SCENE

Laertes and Ophelia in 1996 Branagh film

Laertes & Ophelia

Polonius and Ophelia

Check these out!

Renaissance Man --Melvin tries to do advice speech

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9iM1kb3b9t8&feature=related

Big Brother "Who's Shakespeare?"

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7bPHyVOA7iI&feature=related

Beatles do Shakespeare

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7bPHyVOA7iI&feature=related

Crispin's Day Speech

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NA3gOST4Pc8

Click HERE for some advice from Maya Angelou on her 70th birthday!

Today's Quote of the Day:

Quotes about Character:

To thine own self be true, and it must follow, as the night the day, thou canst not then be false to any man.  ~William Shakespeare, Hamlet

Every job is a self-portrait of the person who does it.  Autograph your work with excellence.  ~Author Unknown

Quality means doing it right when no one is looking.  ~Henry Ford

Laws control the lesser man.  Right conduct controls the greater one.  ~Chinese Proverb

A man cannot be comfortable without his own approval.  ~Mark Twain, "What Is Man?", 1906

If we are ever in doubt about what to do, it is a good rule to ask ourselves what we shall wish on the morrow that we had done.  ~John Lubbock

You can easily judge the character of a man by how he treats those who can do nothing for him.  ~James D. Miles

Today's Allusion:

white elephant

Today's Words of the Day:

ambivalent (Oles)

galvanize (Oles)

progeny (Wallies)

phlegmatic (Wallies)

CLICK HERE TO SEE MORE FIELD TRIP PICTURES!

 

WALLIES:
  1. Group check-in:
  • debrief GUTHRIE MACBETH FIELDTRIP
  • debrief Hamlet AP Questions 8-15
  • debrief sol. #1
  1. Debrief GUTHRIE MACBETH FIELDTRIP

  2. MN SURVEY MISSED YESTERDAY

  3. Poetry Presentation. gray poetry project grading sheet, click HERE

  4. Burning questions on the lit theory paper?
  5. hallowed time of year and visiting of ghosts
  6. setting of this play--what time of year?
  7. the "ides of March" & Caesar allusion
  8. 2nd entrance of the ghost--"I'll cross it though it blast me.  It spreads his arms"
  9. more Elizabethan notions on ghosts--4 reasons a ghost comes back
  10. p. 11--Claud's second 2/3 of opening speech
  11. If time, watch Miramax film on Shakespeare

HOMEWORK COLLECTED TODAY:

WALLIES:

  1. STAMP for vicious mole EC paraphrase
  2. collect pink lit theory slips
  3. Hamlet background notes

     

OLES:

  1. Group check-in:
  • Word of the Day
  • LT paper questions
  1. Additional Frankenstein issues chaps 10-17
  2. Faust

 

HOMEWORK COLLECTED TODAY:

OLES:

  1. F7--F7  MILTON and FAUST
  2. collect pink lit theory slips

 

 

 

 

 

BOTH OLES & WALLIES:
  1. Fantastic Healthy Food Friday tomorrow!  Healthy? or Healthier?  You choose!

  2. Work on Lit theory paper:  due Wednesday March 24 For a copy of the "diagram" of the outline of the paper, click HERE (it was on the overhead when Mr. Olson did his Marxist reading of Hansel & Gretel).  For a copy of the Lit. Theory paper, click HERE. Copies of the group transparencies are online!  Click HERE To print out a copy of the purple Lit. Theory packet, click HERE.  To read a sample paper, click HERE.  To read a sampling of the articles available for each of the theories (you can get the rest from Wally's room in the bins), click on the theory: formalism, reader response, psychoanalytic criticism, feminist (gender) criticism, Marxism, deconstruction, new historicism.  To read the credentials of most of the authors of the Lit. Theory assigned articles, click HERE.  To use a template to modify to send an e-mail requesting credentials, click HERE.  To print a copy of reminders for the Lit Theory paper, click HERE.

    ORDER TO TURN IN THE PAPER:

    • everything goes in folder (if partners, put both folders inside each other)
    • grading sheet filled out
    • paper
    • works cited
    • source from class used (no need to highlight)
    • all other sources (no need to highlight)
    • the folk/fairy tale (no need to highlight)
    • SECURITY copy--not in folder
    • SOME LIT THEORY PAPER REMINDERS (rev. 11.11.10):

      1.  NOTE ABOUT THE SOURCES WALLY PROVIDED: the Bressler, Appleman, and Dobie TITLED articles are from books on literary theory.  The TITLED articles by Smith and Murfin appear in the back of either Frankenstein by Mary Shelley or Hamlet by William Shakespeare.  Follow the format in the Survival Manual pp. WC 17-18 for "When you use only a titled chapter or titled article in a book or pamphlet." 

      Mary Shelley's name and William Shakespeare's name will appear on your works-cited page but NOT in any parenthetical references.  By the way, her name is spelled SHELLEY.

      2.  Stories in anthologies are in quotation marks.   ex. "Cinderella"    Stories that are published as books are italicized.   ex.  Cinderella

      3.  For a copy of how the paper should be organized, click HERE.

      4.  If you do the paper with a partner, turn in one copy of the paper, with both names listed in the heading.  For the pagination, type both last names with an "and" in between them.  Turn in one grading sheet, but make sure both of you have put your comments in the comment box.  The paper should be slipped into both folders.

      5.  Here's how you write the following:  PhD or  master's degree or MA.

      6.  Be consistent with capitalization.  Either use "Reader Response" or "reader response."  Pay attention to how your sources capitalize the theories.  Pick a style and be consistent.

      7.  ABOUT HIGHLIGHTING ON PAPER AND SOURCES!  Do not highlight anything in the actual paper.  Photocopy the pages from the sources you have used.  Only highlight what you used in the sources you have borrowed from the bins AND those YOU have located on your own so that I may easily locate the place on the source for the doc. checks.  You do not have to highlight anything from the folk/fairy tales.  If the folk/fair tales are not paginated, please do so in pencil on the pages OR using post-its.

      8.  Make sure you punctuate dialogue and any stage directions correctly.  Make sure you use the Survival Manual pages GRS 11-13 to help you do this.

      9.  Be sure you document the storyline frequently in the section where you are retelling the story.  Unless you have a direct quote, it is best to do it episodically.

      10.  Read the GRADING SHEET carefully,  so you don't miss anything required.  Be sure to establish credibility--both for your narrator as well as the REAL sources you use.

      11.  E-mail or voice mail Wally (952 975-4303) if you have any questions.

      12. The paper must be turned in by 3:00 on the due date or it's late (-10% per day late)!

      13.  Including THOUGHTS can be tricky. 

      One method is to use a "thinking" dialogue tag:
       
      She thought, "I wonder if he is going to ask that question."   
       
      If the thoughts are going to come in the middle of dialogue, you can use italics.  See the BLUE part in italics below.
       
      The professor asked, "How many of you have read the story?"  He speculated that no one had.  Then he added, "Let me phrase it another way, then."

      14.  Pay special attention to stories that are "compiled by" or "retold by" or "adapted by."  They require special treatment for works cited and parenthetical documentation. See page WC 12 for how to do a translator, editor, compiler, or adapter.  

      Click  HERE for the WC (Works Cited) section--pink (rev. 11.22.09)  Also, check out the section WITH EDITOR or TRANSLATOR or COMPILER   in the PDQ section of the Survival Manual.  Click HERE for the PDQ (Parenthetical Documentation and Quotes) section--green  (rev. 11.22.09)

       

WALLIES ONLY:

  1. ASSIGNMENT H 7 HAMLET meets the GHOST:CLICK HERE FOR A COPY OF THE PURPLE HAMLET ASSIGNMENT PACKET.  1.  pp. 28-34,  2. finish green quiz--questions 15-35,  3. sol. #2 paraphrase and  4. AP practice Q's 16-23. Click HERE for a copy of this green quiz

  2. For FUN!!!!    Do some Hamlet extra credit! For the list of Hamlet EC journals, click HERE. Also, interested in websites on Shakespeare?  Click HERE!

    For a video spoof on Shakespeare's life, click http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OY4HdGJcJVo

    For a fun "slam" on Shakespeare's ruining the lives of students, click

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xNQGCUaBPNs&NR

    For a "romantic" Romeo and Juliet video, click

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1G0NHmGcY0M

    For the reduced Shakespeare company's rendition of R&J part 1,click

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bzVyqiskpMk&mode=related&search=

    For the reduced Shakespeare company's rendition of R&J part 2,click

    starts with balcony scene

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xKUyq-uCZr0&mode=related&search=

    For some other fun youtube Shakespeare video links, click HERE.

    To watch the Beatles do a spoof of the Pyramus and Thisby scene from Midsummer Night's Dream, click here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=psATF1mUpUU

     

OLES:

  1. Assignment  F8 Do #1 OR #2 (either!  your choice) but YOU MUST ALL DO #3     #1 or #2: Take 1 side of a page of notes and jot down points of interest on the Simmons OR the Cantor articles.   (NOTE: If you need this hand-out, click HERE.  You will need to scroll down in the PART TWO: FRANKENSTEIN HAND-OUTS PACKET to find this particular hand-out.)                                                            #3 : OJ 10 MIB & MIM (Most Important Books/Movies--4 interviews and your personal choices) JOURNAL (2 sides minimum!) Everyone must do this journal.  CLICK HERE FOR A TEMPLATE AS TO HOW TO CONDUCT THE INTERVIEWS/SET UP THE JOURNAL.Assignment  F9 #1,2 ONLY:  #1  Read Chapters 17 through 21  (Be sure to do this or you will be overwhelmed with the amount of reading tomorrow.)  and #2 make FIG questions over this material:  1 of each level--pink = level 1 factual, blue = level 2 interpretive, gold = level 3 global.  Click HERE to refresh your memory as to how to do FIG questions.

 

 

FRIDAY day 32

HAMLET MEETS THE GHOST!

"Yes, by St. Patrick, it is an honest ghost"

   --Hamlet, Act 1.5

Jude Law as Hamlet meets the ghost!

Ethan Hawke as Hamlet

Today's Quotes of the Day:

New opinions are always suspected, and usually opposed, without any other reason but because they are not already common.     --John Locke, philosopher (1632-1704)

and

It makes sense to make a map of places where you can get eaten by bears, or where there's a bottomless pit, but when you get into making maps of your mind, you're basically wasting your time.

Today's Allusion:

fiddle while Rome burns

Today's Words of the Day:

exegesis (Oles)

germane (Oles)

progeny (Wallies)

phlegmatic (Wallies)

Sir Laurence Olivier

 

for some interesting sites on Olivier and this landmark 1948 Hamlet click on these websites:

http://www.laurenceolivier.com/

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0040416/trivia

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0040416/movieconnections

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0040416/photogallery

Kenneth Branagh as Hamlet

Do you like Branagh? 

Here's 101 reasons you need to see Branagh's Hamlet! Click HERE.

Click also on this link:

http://www.branaghcompendium.com/101.htm

David Tennant  (Dr. Who) as Hamlet

John Barrymore

Sarah Bernhart:

Adrian Lester:

Richard Burton:

  

CLICK HERE to see pictures of the final Vineland Place Guthrie's  production of Hamlet and look at various cool articles and costume renderings from the Guthrie Hamlet Study Guide! 

Santino Fontano as the Guthrie's Hamlet

 

 

WALLIES:
  1. Group check-in:
  • weekend plans
  • debrief the green  Hamlet Quiz questions 1-14
  • debrief the AP questions 8-15
  • progress on lit theory paper?
  • C/C soliloquy
  1. Poetry Presentation.  gray poetry project grading sheet, click HERE CLICK HERE for Poetry group agenda and grading sheet

  2. Burning questions on the lit theory paper?
  3. Claud's first 1/3 of opening speech and Laertes' questions
  4. We meet Hamlet--kin vs. kind  Discuss Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance & Goethe's "The Erl King" connection
  5. Gertrude's clueless--common vs. common.  Word vulgar = common
  6. Claudius and Hamlet go at it

HOMEWORK COLLECTED TODAY:

WALLIES:

  1. stamp EC vicious mole
  2. pink lit theories slip
  3. Hamlet background notes
  4. green  Hamlet Quiz

OLES:

  1. Group check-in:
  • weekend
  • Word of the Day
  1. OJ 10 MIB/MIM discuss
  2. Discuss through end of the creature's narrative

 

HOMEWORK COLLECTED TODAY:

OLES:

  1. stamp OJ10

  2. Stamp F8

  3. Collect F7 Milton and Faustus material

Emily hurling Shakespearean insults to Emily!

 

 

BOTH OLES & WALLIES:
  1. Work on Lit theory paper:  due Wednesday March 24 For a copy of the "diagram" of the outline of the paper, click HERE (it was on the overhead when Mr. Olson did his Marxist reading of Hansel & Gretel).  For a copy of the Lit. Theory paper, click HERE. Copies of the group transparencies are online!  Click HERE To print out a copy of the purple Lit. Theory packet, click HERE.  To read a sample paper, click HERE.  To read a sampling of the articles available for each of the theories (you can get the rest from Wally's room in the bins), click on the theory: formalism, reader response, psychoanalytic criticism, feminist (gender) criticism, Marxism, deconstruction, new historicism.  To read the credentials of most of the authors of the Lit. Theory assigned articles, click HERE.  To use a template to modify to send an e-mail requesting credentials, click HERE.  To print a copy of reminders for the Lit Theory paper, click HERE.

    ORDER TO TURN IN THE PAPER:

    • everything goes in folder (if partners, put both folders inside each other)
    • grading sheet filled out
    • paper
    • works cited
    • source from class used (no need to highlight)
    • all other sources (no need to highlight)
    • the folk/fairy tale (no need to highlight)
    • SECURITY copy--not in folder  (or email to Wally by midnight the night the paper is due)  lwallenberg@edenpr.org

WALLIES ONLY:

  1. ASSIGNMENT H8 # 1 ONLY!:  CLICK HERE FOR A COPY OF THE PURPLE HAMLET ASSIGNMENT PACKET. 1.  WA 15  End of Act 1 Topics based on what happens in act 1 and your personal connections/reflections. Read the description of the journal entry first.   Here are the choices:  Grief, Appearance vs. Reality, Breaking the Rules, Gender Roles (esp. in Hamlet.)  Read the articles on A/R, grieving, etc., included in our Hamlet packet.  If you need a copy of these, click HERECLICK HERE FOR A COPY OF THE PURPLE HAMLET ASSIGNMENT PACKET.  Now do this minimum of one side of a page journal.                NOTE!  For a current master list of journals, click HERE to see Wally's current list, and click HERE  to see Olson's current list.

  2. FUN STUFF!  Do some Hamlet extra credit! For the list of Hamlet EC journals, click HERE. Also, interested in websites on Shakespeare?  Click HERE!  

    ADVICE SCENE RAP from Renaissance Man  Melvin and Hamlet!  Click:    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9iM1kb3b9t8&feature=related

    Click HERE for some advice from Maya Angelou on her 70th birthday!

    FOR SOME VERY FUNNY youtube Shakespeare spoofs, click BELOW!

    History of Shakespeare--Brief and Naughty

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vQGATTeg1Os&NR=1

    Shakespeare's "Who's on First?"

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BaGHVWKrcpQ&feature=related

    Abbott & Costello's original "Who's on First?"

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sShMA85pv8M&feature=related

    Brush up your Shakespeare from Kiss Me Kate--vers. 1

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O-CSb3Xe06s&feature=related

    Brush up your Shakespeare from Kiss Me Kate--vers. 2

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aSmZfnax1yw

    Hamlet Act 2 pp. 35-53  scene by the "Cat-head Theatre"

     http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DbK1eCt97ag 

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DbK1eCt97ag&mode=related&search=

     

OLES ONLY:

 

 

  1. Assignment  F9 #4, 5: #4 Wordsworth and "Tintern Abbey" and #5 "The World is Too Much With Us" and study questions

  2. Assignment  F10 #1, 2, 3:  #1  Read Chaps. 22-just before Walton's letters.    and #2 make FIG questions over this material:  1 of each level--pink = level 1 factual, blue = level 2 interpretive, gold = level 3 global.  Click HERE to refresh your memory as to how to do FIG questions and

James Whale's 1936 Frankenstein

 

 

 

 

   

WA ____  GROUP POEMS (2 sides for 10 points) Read the poems assigned for the Poetry Presentations for Friday.  Then do the corresponding journals for each poem (including your own) which is WA 12  GROUP POEMS (write at least 1/2-1 page per poem for a total of 2 sides minimum) Click HERE for both the 2nd hour and the 3rd hour the assigned poems and the journal topics for each of the poems.  Scroll down for 3rd hour.

Assignment  F11 #1- #3   #1  Finish the book!   #2 make FIG questions over this material:  1 of each level--pink = level 1 factual, blue = level 2 interpretive, gold = level 3 global.  Click HERE to refresh your memory as to how to do FIG questions and  #3 group assignments: Group A Miller's Foreward, Group B--Dante's Inferno Canto 26, Group C--Mellor chap. 4, Group D--lit theory article in back of green text "Feminist Perspective on Frankenstein")