Tag Archives: Lorraine Hansberry

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: Raisin Act II

We read Act II scenes i-ii today in small groups. Here are the scene i questions for Act II. We will work to finish scene ii and go over those two scenes tomorrow regarding the questions for each. We will … Continue reading

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English 10: Grammar, Act I Wrap up, and Act II Begins

We first went over the possessives/possessive pronoun/contraction work from last week before finishing Act I of the film. Afterwards, you took an Act I PID quiz. We will begin reading Act II tomorrow.

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English 10: End of Act I

We finished Act I in class today before watching Act I of the 2008 movie version. Your grammar packet is due Monday. We will start with Act II on Monday.

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English 10: Raisin in the Sun Act I, scene i

We finished watching the “Hiding in Plain Sight: The Walls That Divide Us” mini-doc yesterday and discussed its connection and implications in our reality and the play’s fictionalized 1950s reality. You are filling out this reading guide and follow up … Continue reading

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English 10: Intro to Raisin, cont.

We continued watching the video regarding Detroit and our country’s history of institutional racism from Friday, but because it was so cold in the room, I said we should finish watching tomorrow (we left off at 7:00 approx.), so we … Continue reading

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English 10: Intro to Raisin in the Sun

We began the day by first writing a final copy of our thank you notes for our mock interviewers. I provided thank you notes. You had to get this checked by me before sealing the envelope. Next, we debriefed Catcher … Continue reading

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