Tag Archives: The Great Gatsby

Honors 11: Peer Editing, cont.

We continued peer editing today in class prior to introducing our next unit, Shakespeare’s Macbeth. I’m going to make some initial changes (already) to the calendar and post a new one later this week. We will start with Shakespeare tomorrow. … Continue reading

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Honors 11: Definition Essay Peer Edit

We spent the hour working on peer editing our definition essays using this checklist to help guide our editing process. We will finish up tomorrow before transitioning into Macbeth. The essay is due by Wednesday night to turnitin.com.

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Honors 11: The Great Gatsby Exam

Your test was today. Grades will be in after school. Enjoy your weekend. HOMEWORK: Bring 2 copies of your definition essay rough draft on Monday. Email me Sunday to print, if needed.

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Honors 11: Defintion Essay, cont.

Third hour finished up symbols, and all three classes went over more sample essays. The definition essay rough draft due date has been moved to Monday. You’re welcome. The final is due Wednesday night by midnight to turnitin.com. THE GATSBY … Continue reading

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Honors 11: Weird Day

I didn’t see third hour. Fifth hour finished our symbol work after the lockdown drill was over, and then watched a few scenes from the 2013 film. Sixth hour then was able to watch more scenes after finishing our symbol … Continue reading

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Honors 11: End of Novel and Symbols

We finished discussing the end of the novel regarding our Ch. 9 questions. After, we used this symbol worksheet to figure out one assigned symbol in small groups and then share out and take notes on the others. Fifth and … Continue reading

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Honors 11: “Ozymandias” and Ch. 9 of Gatsby

We worked through “Ozymandias” as a class today, and here are the annotations from 3rd, 5th and 6th hours. You added to yours as we talked through the Shelley sonnet (we didn’t get to Horace, but that’s okay). We created … Continue reading

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