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"Franklin's Prologue" and Franklin's Tale"

 

 

WEEK 17a June 1-4, 2010

What do men/women want?

CLICK HERE TO SEE 2010 AP CLASS PICTURES!

What do women/men want?

CLICK HERE TO SEE 2010 AP CLASS PICTURES!

 

GOODBYE, CHAUCER,

PARTNER POEMS!!!!

and

  Arcadia

Click HERE for some Arcadia pictures and websites!

 

Is it Plautus or is it Lightning?

CONGRATS, Mr. OLSON! 

ARCADIA HERE HE COMES!

HEADS UP!  CLICK HERE TO SEE OUR LATEST 2009 CLASS PICTURES!

"ET IN ARCADIA EGO"

"We shed as we pick up, like travelers who must carry everything in their arms, and what we let fall will be picked up by those behind.  The procession is very long and life is very short.  We die on the march.  But there is nothing outside the march so nothing can be lost to it."

--Tom Stoppard (Septimus, Arcadia, p. 38)

 

and

CT paper (remember NO BUYBACKS!!!)

DUE THURSDAY, JUNE 3 (technical aspects graded by avg. errors per page!)

Read the purple packet outlining the CT paper  For a copy of this packet, click HERE.To see a copy of the packet and/or print off the grading sheet, click HERE.  Click HERE for a copy of brainstormed IDEAS FOR MEETING PLACES.

and

WARNING!!! ALL JOURNALS DUE FriDAY How are your journals coming?  You will turn in the WHOLE batch on  FRIDAY!  For a current (and FINAL!) master list of journals WITH LINKS TO THE DOCUMENTS EACH JOURNAL IS BASED ON, click HERE to see Wally's current list of WA Journals.  Click HERE to see Olson's current list of OJ journals Print out this list to turn in with all your WA's (to Wally) and OJ's (to Olson).  Be sure to pre-score your journals tranferring any scores on the journals already onto the grading sheet. Note that there are questions to answer (worth 5 points) on your journaling experience!  Put each set of journals in its own folder, please!  

CLICK HERE WA 2010 FOR THE BEST PRINTABLE PDF FORM OF THE WA's OR FOR THE WORD DOCUMENT WA LIST, click HERE WA WORD 2010 CLICK HERE OJ 2010 FOR THE BEST PRINTABLE PDF FORM OF THE OJ's OR HERE OJ WORD 2010 FOR THE WORD DOCUMENT OJ LIST

and

MEETING OF THE MINDS PREP

Meeting 3 Friday, June 4

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 pink calendar.

To print more allusion and vocab sheets, click HERE!

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!  If  buybacks are not turned in on your deadline, they are 1/2 credit the next day and no credit the day after!  Read the blue BUYBACK section of the Survival Packet CAREFULLY so you can ask any questions/clear up anything you don't understand about the buyback procedure.   For a copy of this blue section, click HERE  If you would like to use a template 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!)  If you would like to use the ACE template, click HERE.    For a STUDENT'S SAMPLE (not perfect, but close!) of what BUYBACKS ARE SUPPOSED TO LOOK LIKE WHEN DONE, CLICK HERE (pdf.verson) or  HERE (WORD) version.

Bet you couldn't wait!  Click right HERE or at the Purdue OWL website (great resource!) to see next year's MLA Rule Changes:

http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/557/01/

 

 

Welcome sweet spring . . . or as Chaucer would say,

 "Whan that Aprille with his shoures soote / The droghte of March hath perced to the roote, / And bathed every veyne in swich licour / Of which vertu engendred is the flour;"

 

 
DATE In-Class plan Homework (due next day almost always):

MEMORIAL DAY

How do you want to be remembered?

 

Why not read some other Canterbury Tales if you get a chance?  Here are some ideas:

"Physician's Prologue" and "Physician's Tale"

AND

"Cleric's Prologue" and "Cleric's Tale"

 

!

 

In Flanders Fields
By: Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae, MD (1872-1918)
Canadian Army

IN FLANDERS FIELDS the poppies blow
Between the crosses row on row,
That mark our place; and in the sky
The larks, still bravely singing, fly
Scarce heard amid the guns below.

We are the Dead. Short days ago
We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow,
Loved and were loved, and now we lie
In Flanders fields.

Take up our quarrel with the foe:
To you from failing hands we throw
The torch; be yours to hold it high.
If ye break faith with us who die
We shall not sleep, though poppies grow
In Flanders fields.


 

 
 

 

 

FOR FUN!  Below are listed are some cool websites on the humors.  You can take a test and find out if your personality is sanguine, melancholy, choleric, or phlegmatic (rather like the COLOR tests).   First site--click on the link, then select "Take the Free Personality/Temperament test online now."

http://www.oneishy.com/personality/

Another site--click on the link, then select "Eysenck Personality Test (46 questions)"

www.similarminds.com/cgibin/eysenck.pl

FOR FUN!  Here are some more Chaucer websites to check out:

http://www.liu.edu/cwis/cwp/library/sc/chaucer/chaucer.htm

http://www.towson.edu/~duncan/chaucer/images.htm

http://www.huntington.org/HLPress/chaucerdetail.html

and the  website Mr. Olson mentioned!!!!

http://geoffreychaucer.org/language/

 

 

 

TUESDAY, day 78

GENDER ROLES

What do Men Want?

What do Women Want?

Click HERE FOR MORE IDEAS!

 

GENDER ROLES

 

 

Why not read some other Canterbury Tales if you get a chance?  Here are some ideas:

"Manciple's Prologue" and "Manciple's Tale"

  AND

"Merchant's Prologue" and "Merchant's Tale"

BOTH OLES & WALLIES:

  1. Group check-in:
  • Weekend highs and lows
  •  
  1. Meeting of the Minds--Meeting #2  GROUPS1. Hearty Tale, 2. Hamlet Falls Apart, 3. Prideful Meany

    THE PRELIMINARY MofM SCRIPT IS DUE TUESDAY, June 1st!!!!    --the script should be in rough draft form and lots of individual brainstorming on the theme done. Meeting #3 is FRIDAY, June 4th!  and Meeting #4 DRESS REHEARSAL is , Monday, June 7th.  The first group will "perform" on Tuesday, June 8th, and the next two will be on Wednesday, June 9th.

     

  2. WIFE OF BATH and GENDER ROLESGENDER ROLES ACTIVITY--divide up and make poster based on WA 22

    DIVIDE UP AND DO GENDER ROLES DISCUSSION--GENDER ROLES DISCUSSION--Read the Tribune statement about the need to talk about gender in school,  Wixon jewelry ads, Faludi books, Senate clothing issue, Spur Posse, old magazines, etc. Mona Lisa clips if time

  3. Read "Lessons," "Two Women," and "Local Sensibilities" aloud.  Explain Partner Poem--due Monday Click HERE if you need a copy of the three poems. PARTNER POEM POEMS--Click HERE to read the poems

  4. Preview to Wife of Bath--confession and exemplum and question about what men/women want most
  5. start discussing "Wife of Bath's Tale" --Arlyn Diamond quote.  What do you think of the ending? WofB--Do you agree or disagree with the Wife?  What do you look for in a relationship?  What would a feminist say about this tale? 
  6. Mona Lisa Smile featurette clip--Women in 1953 (10 min.) and "The Man Song" and "Wishin' and Hopin'" and Susan Faludi's books and various transparencies
  7. Finish "Wife of Bath's Tale" --Arlyn Diamond quote.  What do you think of the ending? WofB--Do you agree or disagree with the Wife?  What do you look for
  8. in a relationship?  What would a feminist say about this tale? 
  9. WIFE OF BATH QUIZ
  10.  

    HOMEWORK COLLECTED TODAY:

  1. HAND-OUTS and BOOKS!
  2. WA 22 Wife of Bath
  3. WA 23 Partner Poem if done

BABA BRINKMAN IN ACTION!  He's in England performing his RAP Canterbury Tales right now!

Baba rappin' Chaucer

BABA's "Dead Poets' Society" text

http://www.babasword.com/writing/poetry/deadpoets.html

 article about BABA at the Vancouver Fringe

http://www.babasword.com/press/qarticle.html

article review BABA's latest CD "Lit-Hop"

http://www.lucidforge.com/album-reviews/baba-brinkman-lit-hop.html?Itemid=6

 

  1. WA 23 Partner Poem--due Wednesday!  Be ready for you (and your partner--if you want one or two, but no more than a trio) to "perform it." Click HERE if you need a copy of the three poems.

  2. Arcadia   By tomorrow, read the entire play.  Do OJ 23 Thoughts on Scene 1 and Notes on the First Read-Through (questions, comments, maybe some F.I.G. questions, initial confusions, and What do you "get" upon your initial reading of Arcadia? etc.  etc.  etc.)  To view our AP EPHS info. page on R&G are Dead, click here: http://www.edenpr.org/ephs/arcadiaweb/Rosencrantz/play_M.html

  3.  (if the link works . . . we aren't sure right now)   You can buy a copy in the school store ($12.00) if you like. 
  4. CT paper (remember NO BUYBACKS!!!)

    DUE THURSDAY, JUNE 3 (technical aspects graded by avg. errors per page!)

    Read the purple packet outlining the CT paper  For a copy of this packet, click HERE.To see a copy of the packet and/or print off the grading sheet, click HERE.  Click HERE for a copy of brainstormed IDEAS FOR MEETING PLACES.

  5. WARNING!!! ALL JOURNALS DUE FriDAY How are your journals coming?  You will turn in the WHOLE batch on  FRIDAY!  For a current (and FINAL!) master list of journals WITH LINKS TO THE DOCUMENTS EACH JOURNAL IS BASED ON, click HERE to see Wally's current list of WA Journals.  Click HERE to see Olson's current list of OJ journals Print out this list to turn in with all your WA's (to Wally) and OJ's (to Olson).  Be sure to pre-score your journals tranferring any scores on the journals already onto the grading sheet. Note that there are questions to answer (worth 5 points) on your journaling experience!  Put each set of journals in its own folder, please!   CLICK HERE WA 2010 FOR THE BEST PRINTABLE PDF FORM OF THE WA's OR FOR THE WORD DOCUMENT WA LIST, click HERE WA WORD 2010 CLICK HERE OJ 2010 FOR THE BEST PRINTABLE PDF FORM OF THE OJ's OR HERE OJ WORD 2010 FOR THE WORD DOCUMENT OJ LIST
  6. PREP WORK FOR OUR LAST PROJECT: Meeting of the Minds--Meeting #3 FRIDAY!

  7.    GROUPS1. Hearty Tale, 2. Hamlet Falls Apart, 3. Prideful Meany  E-mail each other on your progress as the week goes on!  Next group meeting is DRESS REHEARSAL MONDAY!  Scripts should be finalized, enough copies run for everyone, and each person's individual part highlighted!Meeting #3 is FRIDAY, June 4th!  and Meeting #4 DRESS REHEARSAL is , Monday, June 7th.  The first group will "perform" on Tuesday, June 8th, and the next two will be on Wednesday, June 9th.
  8. PLEASE Bring back ALL BOOKS  and hand-outs! Hear ye!  Hear ye! ALL-CALL FOR HAND-OUTS and BOOKS (Stack all of them up with a post-it on top with your name on it. Give us all of those signed out to you.  Do NOT give us the books one at a time!  We need them back or NO diploma!)  "Gather ye hand-outs while ye may; Old time is still a flyin'!  For all books and hand-outs not turned in, Wally and Olson will be a cryin'!  :(

    Why not read some other Canterbury Tales if you get a chance?  Here are some ideas:

    "Physician's Prologue" and "Physician's Tale"

    AND

    "Cleric's Prologue" and "Cleric's Tale"

     

    EXTRA CREDIT COUPON!  Read one of these last tales:  "Canon's Yeoman's Tale"

Read "The Canon's Yeoman's  Prologue" and "The Canon's Yeoman's Tale"  After reading, click HERE and take a look at the Canterbury Puzzles--a vintage book from 1907 filled with LOGIC PUZZLES inspired by Canterbury Tales.  Jot down a set of FIG questions for this prologue and/or tale.  Also, jot down what you think is revealed about medieval society and culture in this tale. (There may be a quiz!)  

 

 

WEDNESDAY, day 79

"ET IN ARCADIA EGO"

ARCADIA

        

    

 

 

 

 

 

Today's Quote of the Day:

"It is a defect of God's humour that he directs our hearts everywhere but to those who have a right to them" 

--Tom Stoppard (Lady Croom, Arcadia, p. 71)

"It's WANTING to know that makes us matter"

--Tom Stoppard (Hannah, Arcadia, p. 75)

Today's Allusion:

sour grapes

Today's Words of the Day:

jocose

inundate

"The Canon's Yeoman's  Prologue" and "The Canon's Yeoman's Tale" 

Canon's Yeoman page from the Ellesmere Manuscript

GOODBYE, CHAUCER!

and

PARTNER POEMS!!!

Today's Quote of the Day:

"A man who makes trouble for others is also making trouble for himself."

-- Chinua Achebe

Today's Allusion:

pyrrhic victory

WORDS of the DAY:

brio

skullduggery

  1.  

 

 

Group check-in:
  • Share fav. Canterbury Tale and which tale wins the contest?
  1. "WIFE OF BATH'S PROLOGUE & TALE" Universal Questions
  2. "Physician's Prologue and Tale" or  "Cleric's Prologue and Tale"  Rolf and Wally's--death before dishonor modern examples, abuse of power & positions (principles vs. personalities), Virginia's abstinence, Virginius' choices, portrayal of gender  Rolf and Wally's Final Thoughts

  3. FINAL THOUGHTS ON CHAUCER--what did you think of it? Ellesmere manuscript article and "Take the Chaucer" article Play "Canterbury Tales" by the Spiznicks
  4. Share  Partner Poems
  5. Arcadia intro

HOMEWORK COLLECTED TODAY:

  1. OJ 23 Arcadia scene 1

  2. WA 23 Partner poem

  3. HAND-OUTS and BOOKS!

  4. LOTS OF ARTICLES:  Lit Theory and all Hist of English Language articles, Beowulf texts (if done) and hand-outs and all Hist of Eng Lang. articles (blue and green) as well as modern English language articles (yellow and ivory). "Unlearning the Myth" articles. Names articles

    Plautus' grandpa  ???

  1. Arcadia  re-read scenes 2-3.  Then do OJ 25: Reaction to scenes 2-3 (one side min.) and "Notes and Observations" on the education of women, Arcadia as a concept, and Sir Philip Sidney's style.  Read LBT page 202-207 about Sir Philip Sidney with a couple of his sonnets.  Visit the following site on Sir Philip Sidney plus any of the others you might find interesting: <http://www.luminarium.org/renlit/sidbib.htm>  etc.

  2. CT paper (remember NO BUYBACKS!!!)

    DUE THURSDAY, JUNE 3 (technical aspects graded by avg. errors per page!)

    Read the purple packet outlining the CT paper  For a copy of this packet, click HERE.To see a copy of the packet and/or print off the grading sheet, click HERE.  Click HERE for a copy of brainstormed IDEAS FOR MEETING PLACES.

     

  3. WARNING!!! ALL JOURNALS DUE FriDAY How are your journals coming?  You will turn in the WHOLE batch on  FRIDAY!  For a current (and FINAL!) master list of journals WITH LINKS TO THE DOCUMENTS EACH JOURNAL IS BASED ON, click HERE to see Wally's current list of WA Journals.  Click HERE to see Olson's current list of OJ journals Print out this list to turn in with all your WA's (to Wally) and OJ's (to Olson).  Be sure to pre-score your journals tranferring any scores on the journals already onto the grading sheet. Note that there are questions to answer (worth 5 points) on your journaling experience!  Put each set of journals in its own folder, please!  

    CLICK HERE WA 2010 FOR THE BEST PRINTABLE PDF FORM OF THE WA's OR FOR THE WORD DOCUMENT WA LIST, click HERE WA WORD 2010 CLICK HERE OJ 2010 FOR THE BEST PRINTABLE PDF FORM OF THE OJ's OR HERE OJ WORD 2010 FOR THE WORD DOCUMENT OJ LIST

  4. PREP WORK FOR OUR LAST PROJECT: Meeting of the Minds--Meeting #3 FRIDAY!

  5.    GROUPS1. Hearty Tale, 2. Hamlet Falls Apart, 3. Prideful Meany  E-mail each other on your progress as the week goes on!  Next group meeting is DRESS REHEARSAL MONDAY!  Scripts should be finalized, enough copies run for everyone, and each person's individual part highlighted!Meeting #3 is FRIDAY, June 4th!  and Meeting #4 DRESS REHEARSAL is , Monday, June 7th.  The first group will "perform" on Tuesday, June 8th, and the next two will be on Wednesday, June 9th.
  6. ALL-CALL FOR HAND-OUTS and BOOKS!  We need them back!  "Gather ye hand-outs while ye may; Old time is still a flyin'!  For all books and hand-outs not turned in, Wally and Olson will be a cryin'!  :(   Remember especially to bring back the Poetry Packet, Frankenstein Packet, Hamlet packets, Beowulf Packets--all that Jazz!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

THURSDAY, day 80

FRACTALS!

Plautus enjoys The Couch of Eros

 

 

Group check-in:
  • Check-in that everyone is ready for  Meeting of the Minds meeting 3 tomorrow.  Look over agenda
  1. Share  Partner Poems
  2. Go over AP LIT FINAL CC #4 pdf. click HERE!

  3. Arcadia

HOMEWORK COLLECTED TODAY:

  1. OJ 24 Arcadia scenes 2-3 and notes on outside articles

  2. HAND-OUTS and BOOKS!

 
  1. Fantastic Healthy Food Friday!
  2. Arcadia  re-read scenes 4-6 Then do OJ 25: Reaction to scenes 4-6 (min. of one side) 

  3. PREP WORK FOR OUR LAST PROJECT: Meeting of the Minds--Meeting #3 FRIDAY!

  4.    GROUPS1. Hearty Tale, 2. Hamlet Falls Apart, 3. Prideful Meany  E-mail each other on your progress as the week goes on!  Next group meeting is DRESS REHEARSAL MONDAY!  Scripts should be finalized, enough copies run for everyone, and each person's individual part highlighted!Meeting #3 is FRIDAY, June 4th!  and Meeting #4 DRESS REHEARSAL is , Monday, June 7th.  The first group will "perform" on Tuesday, June 8th, and the next two will be on Wednesday, June 9th.
  5. WARNING!!! ALL JOURNALS DUE FriDAY How are your journals coming?  You will turn in the WHOLE batch on  FRIDAY!  For a current (and FINAL!) master list of journals WITH LINKS TO THE DOCUMENTS EACH JOURNAL IS BASED ON, click HERE to see Wally's current list of WA Journals.  Click HERE to see Olson's current list of OJ journals Print out this list to turn in with all your WA's (to Wally) and OJ's (to Olson).  Be sure to pre-score your journals tranferring any scores on the journals already onto the grading sheet. Note that there are questions to answer (worth 5 points) on your journaling experience!  Put each set of journals in its own folder, please!  

    CLICK HERE WA 2010 FOR THE BEST PRINTABLE PDF FORM OF THE WA's OR FOR THE WORD DOCUMENT WA LIST, click HERE WA WORD 2010 CLICK HERE OJ 2010 FOR THE BEST PRINTABLE PDF FORM OF THE OJ's OR HERE OJ WORD 2010 FOR THE WORD DOCUMENT OJ LIST

  6. ALL-CALL FOR HAND-OUTS and BOOKS!  We need them back!  BRING YOUR SURVIVAL PACKET, too!!!!"Gather ye hand-outs while ye may; Old time is still a flyin'!  For all books and hand-outs not turned in, Wally and Olson will be a cryin'!  :(
  7. AP LIT FINAL CC #4 (20 TEST points)--must be typed. 
    You are required to turn in 2 copies of each of the two letters.  This FINAL CC is due next Wednesday, June 9th
    For a copy of it--WORD document click  HERE.  For a pdf. copy, click HERE.
    Bring an 8 1/2 x 11 envelope self-addressed and stamped for us to use to send your final journals, papers, etc. in the mail to you.  Make sure you put adequate postage on it!

FOR FUN!  AREN'T YOU GLAD YOU'RE THE CLASS OF '08?  You get out of doing "A TYPICAL AP ESSAY ON 2 TALES!"  You'd get 40 minutes (including planning time) to do the following AP essay.  It would be graded on the 9 point scale and given a holistic letter grade which will be assigned points (25 possible) and recorded under the test category.

HERE IT WAS:

"But every thyng which schyneth as the gold,/Nis nat gold, as that I have herd it told."

The Canterbury Tales (preamble, l. 17,362), "The Canon's Yeoman's Tale"

As the above passage indicates, one theme present in The Canterbury Tales is the conflict between appearance and reality. Write a well-organized essay in which you examine Chaucer's exploration of this theme in "The Knight's Tale" and one other tale from The Canterbury Tales.

 

FRIDAY day 81

MEETING OF THE MINDS--MEETING #3

ororor

orororor

or

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ALL JOURNALS DUE TODAY

FORGOTTEN ENGLISH  

Words of the Day:

galligant--To play the hoyden; to flirt; to “gallivant.”  In common use. --Joseph Wright’s English Dialect Dictionary, 1896-1905 Galliganting, wandering about in gaiety and enjoyment; applied chiefly to association of the sexes.        --James Jenning’s Dialect of Somersetshire, 1869

cold cook--

An undertaker of funerals, or “carrion-hunter.”

   --Capt. Francis Grose’s Classical Dictionary of the Vulgar Tongue, 1796

zouch

An ungenteel man; a bookseller   --John Awdelay’s The Fraternitye of Vagabondes, 1561

niggle

Small, fine, or cramped handwriting; a scribble, a scrawl.  --Edward Lloyd’s Encyclopaedic Dictionary, 1895

pulveration 

A beating into powder.

   --Henry Cockeram’s Interpreter of Hard English Words,  1623

Adaptation of Latin pulveration-em, noun of action formed on pulverare

[the pulverization of something].

   --Sir James Murray’s New English Dictionary, 1909

hospitate--To reside under the roof of another.   --Richard Coxe’s Pronouncing Dictionary, 1813 

Click HERE for a copy of more fun

 

  1. Group check-in:
  • Weekend?
  1. Share  Partner Poems
  2. MEETING OF THE MINDS--MEETING #3
  3. Arcadia

HOMEWORK COLLECTED TODAY:

  1. OJ 25 Arcadia scenes 4-6

  2. HAND-OUTS and BOOKS!

  3. ALL OJ's and WA's in separate folders with a separate grading sheet:     CLICK HERE WA 2010 FOR THE BEST PRINTABLE PDF FORM OF THE WA's OR FOR THE WORD DOCUMENT WA LIST, click HERE WA WORD 2010 CLICK HERE OJ 2010 FOR THE BEST PRINTABLE PDF FORM OF THE OJ's OR HERE OJ WORD 2010 FOR THE WORD DOCUMENT OJ LIST Note that there are questions to answer (worth 5 points) on your journaling experience! Put all journals in file folders.
 
Here's the Story of the Day:
 
forced to listen to abba, so she's hating the 80's just on principle

 

  1. Arcadia  re-read scene 7 Then do OJ 26: Reaction to scene 7 (min. of one side) 

  2. AP LIT FINAL CC #4 (20 TEST points)--must be typed. 
    You are required to turn in 2 copies of each of the two letters.  This FINAL CC is due next Wednesday, June 9th
    For a copy of it--WORD document click  HERE.  For a pdf. copy, click HERE.
    Bring an 8 1/2 x 11 envelope self-addressed and stamped for us to use to send your final journals, papers, etc. in the mail to you.  Make sure you put adequate postage on it!

  3. PREP WORK FOR DRESS REHEARSAL ON MONDAY for Meeting of the Minds- GROUPS1. Hearty Tale, 2. Hamlet Falls Apart, 3. Prideful Meany  E-mail each other on your progress as the week goes on!  Scripts should be finalized, enough copies run for everyone, and each person's individual part highlighted! The first group will "perform" on Tuesday, June 8th, and the next two will be on Wednesday, June 9th.

  4. ALL-CALL FOR HAND-OUTS and BOOKS!  We need them back!  

Can you find Wally?

Can you find Ms. Ruce?  Mrs. Peterson, the English Dep't secretary?  Mr. Swanson?

YIKES!  Look at Mr. McCartan as a senior BELOW?  Whose that  22 year old with him?