Category Archives: English 10

English 10: Raisin Symbols/Plot Diagram

We first went over the symbols/plot diagram work from last week that I stamped in on Friday before I went over the speech preparation work you will do tomorrow for Wednesday! (Extra Credit for dressing up!). After, we struggled with … Continue reading

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English 10: EDPs

We submitted our symbols/plot diagram work to be stamped in. All reading guides and the “Harlem”/symbols/plot diagram work will be collected next week. We will go over both next week. You also submitted a typed version of your Raisin impromptu … Continue reading

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English 10: Act III/End of Play

We finished Act III with our reading guides and I stamped them in. Afterwards we took a quick, verbal Act II/III quiz. You were then to either complete the symbol/plot diagram work in the packet with “Harlem” annotations on top. … Continue reading

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English 10: “Harlem” and Act III of Raisin

I returned a bunch of stuff to you today: Catcher projects and rubrics, Raisin impromptus, Catcher “If you really want to hear about it…” writing pieces, and these directions for turning your impromptu into a speech. The typed, updated version … Continue reading

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English 10: Act II and “Harlem”

We first went over any questions we had regarding what happened in Act II of our play, A Raisin in the Sun. I made sure they were stamped in for completion. Afterwards, we annotated the poem “Harlem” by Langston Hughes … Continue reading

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English 10: Raisin Impromptu

Hey kiddos. Sorry I wasn’t there today. I hope the impromptu went well, and we can talk more tomorrow. No homework!

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English 10: Act II of Raisin

We worked to finish reading Act II of A Raisin in the Sun today in class in small groups. Those who did not finish took a book home. Have all Act II questions completed for tomorrow (scene 2 and scene … Continue reading

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