Tag Archives: J.D. Salinger

English 10: Review for Catcher and JC

We first quickly wrapped up the work with our Catcher review from Friday before moving into our review for Caesar. Advertisements

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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: Catcher Exam

You took your Catcher in the Rye test today. Afterwards, we drafted our Mock Interview thank you notes. We will finish the thank you notes tomorrow before beginning to introduce A Raisin in the Sun, our final book (play)/unit. Your … Continue reading

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English 10: Creative Projects and Jeopardy

We first shared and presented our creative projects for Catcher. Great job! We then played this jeopardy game. You have your Catcher test tomorrow. Look over your annotations/notes/worksheets/study guide/etc.

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English 10: Wrap up to Catcher + Essay Draft Work

We first finished the final, wrap up notes from yesterday before editing/making changes to our drafts for the response paper. If you did not have your draft, you worked on it else where. If you did, you could either choose … Continue reading

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English 10: End of Catcher

We discussed your annotations from Ch. 23-25 and then read Ch. 26 to finish the novel. We then took these notes to wrap up our thoughts concerning the novel. We will need to finish the notes tomorrow. The study guide … Continue reading

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English 10: Title Significance/Symbols

We first completed two bell works: 1. How did the Mock Interviews go? Explain what went well and what still needs improvement. 2. Explain your understanding of Holden and Phoebe’s relationship. Use a properly cited quote to support your answer. … Continue reading

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