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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: JC Themes and Symbols

You were given the hour to complete a theme/symbol worksheet that was due to my inbox by the end of the hour. Also, please define the terms on your Act IV and V reading guides. We will finish the play on … Continue reading

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English 10: End of Act III

We first finished the funeral oration outline work from Friday, taking notes on rhetorical devices utilized as we went through it together. We then watched another film version of Caesar’s death and the funeral speeches before taking our Act III … Continue reading

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English 10: Relationships and Beginning of Act III

We wrapped up our relationship gallery walk work, and we then individually took notes on the most important aspects of each relationship. I stamped in the notes and points once completed. After, we started reading Act III with our new … Continue reading

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English 10: Lit Term Presentations and Act II Relationships

We started with our lit term presentations. I filled in the blanks for those we did not have partners presenting for. We made sure to take notes and fill in the remaining examples/definitions on our Act II reading guides. When … Continue reading

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English 10: Act II Completed + Relationship Work

We finished Act II with our reading guides today. The reading guides will be stamped in tomorrow after the Act II quiz (literary terms from Act I and II will be on the quiz–have all definitions filled out prior to … Continue reading

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English 10: Act II of Julius Caesar

We did a lot of reading today of Act II. We got to Decius’ lines in scene ii to Caesar that begin with “The dream is all amiss interpreted…” We got through #’s 1-14 on the reading guide. I then … Continue reading

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