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Tag Archives: Shakespeare
We took our Julius Caesar test today, and we will begin our employability unit tomorrow. No homework!
We started the day by debriefing and grading/peer editing our individual SAT essays from last week. The goal was to score it as close to my score as possible, but also to notice what things others did well and also … Continue reading
We finished the play today with this BBC film version. We also finished filling out our reading guides with the film. All 5 reading guides will be submitted on Wednesday, the day of the test. You were given a test … Continue reading
Using Tim Cook’s letter to customers as the basis, you wrote your second practice SAT-style essay, only this time instead of being collaborative, you did it individually. If you were absent, you need to see me to make up this … Continue reading
We first went over the Independent Reading Response #1 homework due Sunday night by midnight. After, we talked about the Individual Practice SAT Assignment for Tuesday. I handed out our own sample essays to look over and the new assignment … Continue reading
We took some time to complete our take 2 of our literary device presentations. We took notes throughout. We will need to finish Act III tomorrow as we left off at Antony’s entrance in scene ii after Brutus’ funeral speech.
We did bell work regarding the SAT Essay writing task we dealt with yesterday and the problems it presented for us along with jotting down some key things that have happened so far in our play leading up to Caesar’s … Continue reading
We spent the hour working collaboratively on our first practice SAT essay. We will continue with it Wednesday following our lit term presentations. We will be reading much of Act III tomorrow.
We started off by looking at our analysis homework. I asked you to underline any transition words used. I also asked you to double check that the embedded evidence was properly blended and you circled the moments where it was. … Continue reading