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Honors 11: Ch. 2-10 of Into the Wild

We had a lot of ground today. We started by going over some of the questions from Ch. 2-4 along with the questions I wanted you to finish yesterday from  a while ago on Thoreau’s essay, “Civil Disobedience.” I asked … Continue reading

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Honors 11: Ch. 2-7 of Into the Wild

With the sub, the directions were to share any final qs with a small group from the Ch. 2-4 question work and to also share and compare your selected quotes from those chapters of transcendental significance. I will stamp this … Continue reading

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Honors 11: Personal Narrative Sample + Ch. 2-4

We  started off by sharing in small groups some moments from our scavenger hunts, and we talked a bit about it as a class. You then submitted them–I look forward to checking them out. We then looked at a strong … Continue reading

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Honors 11: ITW Ch. 1-4

We did not get a chance to look at a sample personal narrative, but here’s one attached (it’s a little outside the box but it does a nice job), and we will go over another on Monday/Tuesday of next week. … Continue reading

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Honors 11: Meditation, Personal Narratives, and Ch. 1 of Into the Wild

We started off with some brief meditation today just to get into the spirit of it all. I then introduced to you the personal narrative you will be writing. The first part of you draft is due next week. We … Continue reading

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Honors 11: Into the Wild Introduction

Third and fifth hour had to first wrap up their AP Lit practice response papers in the journalism room. Once we headed back, we took our transcendentalism background quiz. It was a breeze for most of you. After, I went … Continue reading

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Honors 11: Emerson and Thoreau

From your reading of “Nature” last night, regarding the first and fourth chapters of his essay, you were to identify in small groups 10 transcendentalist ideas/claims based on your current knowledge of this philosophical movement. After, you were to transition … Continue reading

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