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English 10: Raisin Speeches Finished

We finished our speeches today before watching the last 10 minutes of A Raisin in the Sun. Afterwards, you got working on your final exam review. We will begin reviewing Catcher in the Rye tomorrow, Julius Caesar on Monday, and … Continue reading

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English 10: Raisin in the Sun Speeches

We gave our Raisin speeches today. We will need to finish tomorrow before beginning to review for our exam a week from today. These speeches are the last item in the gradebook before exams. Good luck! 🙂

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English 10: Speech Work Day

You had the day with the sub to work individually or in small groups to transfer your impromptu’s main points by paragraph to note cards. You will only be able to use note cards at the podium while I will … Continue reading

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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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