Thursday, December 17, 2015

HW 12/17

European Literature:
Read: Chapters 28-30 of Candide
Chapter reports 28-30 due

English 9 Honors:
Re-read: "Heracles" and complete: "H." study guide
Study for: 100 point grammar test

Wednesday, December 16, 2015

Capitalization Review WS


Comma V and VI WS



HW 12/16

European Literature:
Read: Candide chapters 24-27
Chapter reports 24-27 due

English 9 Honors:
Read: "Heracles"
Complete: Comma V and VI, Endmarks, and Capitalization review

Tuesday, December 15, 2015

Comma III and IV worksheet





HW 12/15

European Literature:
Read: Chapters 18-23 of Candide
Chapter reports 18-23 are due

English 9 Honors:
Re-read: "Theseus" and know it by heart!
Complete: Comma's III and IV worksheet

Monday, December 14, 2015

HW 12/14

European Literature:
Read Chapters 13-17 of Candide
Chapter reports 13-17 due

English 9 Honors:
Read and re-read "Theseus" and know the nuts and bolts
Complete: Comma I and II

Friday, December 11, 2015

HW 12/11

European Literature:
Read: Candide chapters 7-12, chapter reports 7-12 are due Monday
Quiz on Monday!

English 9 Honors:
Prove the theme of "Daedalus" for all the characters, use quotations!
Complete: First Words I and II and Learning Other Uses of Capital Letters I and II

Thursday, December 10, 2015

HW 12/10

European Literature:
Read chapter's 2-4 of Candide
Chapter reports 2-6 due

English 9 Honors:
Read and re-read "Daedalus" and know the nuts and bolts

Wednesday, December 9, 2015

Homework 12/9

European Literature:
None!

English 9 Honors:
Review: "The Gods of Olympus" and class notes for 50 point quiz

Monday, November 30, 2015

Homework 11/30

Euro Lit:
Flesh out & organize notes

Honors:
Write Siddartha paragraph (using google docs) and bring two copies

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

HW 11/25

Euro Lit:
Flesh out and organize class notes
Check blogspot to augment your notes

English 9 Honors:
Finish "Siddhartha" for Monday and know the nuts & blots

Tuesday, November 24, 2015

Homework 11/24

Euro Lit:
Flesh out class notes
Check blogspot to augment your notes

English 9 Honors:
Read: "Samsara by the river" of Siddhartha and know nuts & bolts

Monday, November 23, 2015

Homework 11/23

Euro Lit:
-Flesh out class notes
-Check blogspot & augment your notes

Honors:
Read Kamala, Amongst the People of Siddartha, know nuts & bolts

Friday, November 20, 2015

Homework 11/20

Euro Lit:
-Flesh out class notes
-Check blogspot to augment your notes

Honors:
Read first 4 chapters of Siddartha, know nuts & bolts

Thursday, November 19, 2015

HW 11/19

European Literature:
None

English 9 Honors:
Write: Conclusion paragraph for 50 points

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Homework 11/18

Euro lit:
None!

Honors 9:
Write symbolism paragraph, worth 50 pts

Monday, November 16, 2015

Homework 11/16

Euro Lit:
Complete Machiavelli study guide for Wednesday

Honors:
Re-read 'Old Man and the Sea" & identify symbolism

Friday, November 13, 2015

HW 11/13/15

European Literature:
Bring: Student ID card
Turn in: Meditations

English 9 Honors:
Review: Old Man and the Sea for 200 point final

Thursday, November 12, 2015

Homework 11/12

Euro Lit:
None!

Honors:
Finish "Old Man and the Sea," know nuts & bolts for 50-pt quiz

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

Homework 11/10

Euro Lit:
Nothing!

Honors:
Read "Old Man and the Sea"pg. 41-71, know nuts & bolts for 50-pt quiz

Monday, November 9, 2015

Homework 11/9

Euro Lit:
Finish reading "Beowulf" and mark text

Honors:
Read pg. 9-41 of "Old Man and the Sea" & know nuts & bolts for 50-pt quiz

Thursday, November 5, 2015

Homework 11/5

Euro Lit:
For Monday
Read: "The Battle of Maldon"
Complete: Study guide questions

Honors:
Study poetic devices/terms for 50-pt quiz friday
Bring student ID

Thursday, October 29, 2015



Homework 10/29

Euro Lit:
Read: Aristotle's Nichomachean Ethics book X
Complete: study guide for book X

Honors:
None!!

Wednesday, October 28, 2015

Homework 10/28

Euro Lit:
Read: Aristotle's Nichomachean Ethics book II
Complete: Study guide for book II

Honors:
Review for 200-pt scantron R&J test

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

Euro Lit WS 10/27




Homework 10/27

Euro Lit:
Read: Aristotle's "Nichomachean Ethics" book I (following the study guide)

Honors 9:
Review: Acts I-V vocab

Monday, October 26, 2015

Homework 10/26

Euro Lit:
Bring student ID& Plato book

Honors:
Review genre drama vocab

Friday, October 23, 2015

Homework 10/23

Euro lit:
Read: Aristotle's "Doctrine of the mean" and "Pleasure and happiness"
Complete: Study guide questions
Bring student ID

Honors:
Read: Act V R&J
Complete: Study guide & vocab

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Homework 10/21

Euro Lit:
None!!

Honors:
Read act IV of R&J
Complete study guide and vocab

Tuesday, October 20, 2015

HW 10/20

European Literature:
Read and complete study guide questions for Plato's "Allegory of the Den"

English 9 Honors:
Read: Act III of Romeo and Juliet
Complete: Study guide and vocabulary

Monday, October 19, 2015

Crito Study Guide Questions

Study Guide Questions for Plato’s Crito

On p. 45 (“Fear not...”) Crito proposes that Socrates escapes from prison and flees Athens. Crito has the friends and the money to help Socrates do this easily. On p. 46-8 Socrates develops a complex analogy as a prelude to his consideration of Crito’s proposal: 
We follow the advise of trainers or physicians to develop our physical Selves, and the result is physical health. If we follow the advice of the “many” who are not experts on the subject, the result will be a body “destroyed by evil” counsel (p. 47)
In a parallel vein, we ought to seek the advice of experts in good and evil, justice and the injustice if we wish to improve our “higher part of man” (p. 48), our mortal selves, and avoid the advice of the “many” who have no expertise in this area. And just as we wish to have a healthy body, we wish to live the “good life” which is “equivalent to a just and honorable” (P. 48). Socrates is now ready to consider Crito’s proposition, which he restates in his statement pp. 48-49. 

    1. What premises or principles, drawn from their previous discussions, do Socrates and Crito agree are still true about how people should behave? (P. 49-50). 

Beginning on p. 50, Socrates uses the plural (we/us) to speak as if he were the state presenting its arguments against escaping from legal punishment. 

2a. Briefly explain the analogy Socrates develops on p. 50-51 to explain the state’s relationship to its citizens (Paragraph A beginning “And what that...”)
    b. How had Socrates tried to change the state’s view of what is just? 
3a. On pp. 51-52 (Par. B, beginning “Then the laws...”), how does Socrates now characterize the citizen’s relationship to the state? 
b. What further reason does Socrates have for not trying to escape from his punishment? 
4a. On p. 53, (Par. D, beginning “For just consider...”) Socrates gives four major reasons not to escape. Briefly paraphrase or explain each one. 
b. Briefly paraphrase or explain the additional reason Socrates gives on p. 54 for not escaping in Par. E beginning “Listen, then...”
5. par. C, pp. 52-53 beginning “Then will they...” recaps the argument of Par. B as an introduction to a new aspect of the argument in par. D. Compare the reasons given for not escaping in par. A-C with the reasons given in Par D-E. How do the reasons given in par. A-C differ from the reasons in Par. D-E? (Hint: consider when the reasons would apply.) 

Homework 10/19

Euro Lit:
Read & complete study guide questions for Plato's "Crito"

Honors 9:
Read R&J act II
Complete study guide & vocab

Friday, October 16, 2015

Homework 10/16

Euro Lit:
Read & complete study guide questions for Plato's "Apology" #7-14

Honors:
Read: Act 1 R&J
Complete: Study guide & vocab

Thursday, October 15, 2015

Homework 10/15

Euro Lit:
Read & complete study guide for Plato's "Apology" #1-6

Honors:
Word-processed synthesis essay (letter) due Friday
Bring student ID card

Tuesday, October 13, 2015

Euro Lit Handouts 10/13




Homework 10/13

Euro Lit:
Raed & complete study guide for Plato's "Symposium" for Thursday
"Apology" #1–6 for Friday

Honors:
Word-processed synthesis essay (letter) due Friday

Monday, October 12, 2015

Euro Lit Handout 10/12








Euro Lit Handout 10/12


Homework 10/12/15

Euro Lit:
Read: Greek philosophy handout
Bring: Student ID card and turn in The Iliad

English 9 Honors:
Complete: The Colon, The Hyphen, and The Semicolon worksheets

Thursday, October 8, 2015

Homework 10/8/15

Euro Lit:
Sophocles essay due Monday
Turn in Iliad book to AV room

Honors:
Finish reading Oedipus
Complete 2 quotation marks worksheets
Optional bonus assignment: read Oedipus at Collonus

Wednesday, October 7, 2015

HW 10/7/15

European Literature:
1) What is the theme of Philoctetes?
2) What quotations will you use to prove this?

English 9 Honors:
Finish reading Oedipus

Tuesday, October 6, 2015

Homework 10/6/15

Euro Lit:
1. What is the theme of Philoctetes?
2. What "q"s will we see to prove it?
(You don't have to write about this or anything– just think about it)

Honors:
1. Study for 50-pt drama vocab quiz
2. Read Oedius 45-69

Monday, October 5, 2015

Homework 5/10/15

Euro Lit:
Nothing!

Honors 9:
1. Read the two handouts on Oedipus & begin to memorize drama vocab
2. Read Oedipus the King p. 1–45

Friday, October 2, 2015





Homework 10/2/15

Euro Lit:
None!

Honors 9:
Study for 125-pt quiz on Capitalization, commas, and end marks.

Thursday, October 1, 2015

Homework 1/10/15

Euro Lit:
Drama Vocab quiz on Friday

Honors 9:
Prepare for "Battle of the Heros' Journey"
Bring student ID card

Wednesday, September 30, 2015

Comma V and VI handouts





HW 9/30/15

European Literature:
Read: Drama handout by Thursday
Drama Vocab Quiz on Friday

Honors 9 English:
Complete: Hero's Journey worksheet and Comma V and VI worksheet

Tuesday, September 29, 2015

Hw 9/29/15

Euro Lit:
Read: drama handout by Thursday
Drama Vocab quiz Friday

Honors 9:
Read: Hero's Journey
Complete: Comma III & IV

Monday, September 28, 2015

HW 9/28/25

European Literature:
None

English 9 Honors:
Re-read: King Arthur myth and know the nuts and bolts and know vocab
Study notes for 100 point test

Friday, September 25, 2015

HW 9/25/15

Honors 9 English:
Re-read King Arthur myth and know the nuts and bolts
Complete the Comma I and II worksheets

European Literature:
Iliad essay due Monday

Wednesday, September 23, 2015

HW 9/23/15

European Literature:
Read: Iliad books XX and XXII

English 9 Honors:
Re-read: "Siegfried" and know the nuts and bolts
Complete: Other uses of capital letters I and II

Monday, September 21, 2015

HW: 9/21/15

European Literature:
Read Iliad books XVI and XVII
Quiz: Who is directly responsible for Patroclus' death?

Honors 9 English:
Re-read Heracles and answer study guide questions ("Full Monty"?)

Friday, September 18, 2015

HW 9/17/15

Euro Lit
Read: Iliad (Books XIV & XV)

Honors 9
Read: "Heracles"
Know: Nuts & Bolts (All 12 labors w/ details)

Thursday, September 17, 2015

HW 9/17/15

Euro Lit
Read: Iliad (Books IX & XI)

Honors 9
Read: Theseus (Nuts & Bolts)
Re-Write: Daedalus (Body Paragraph)

Wednesday, September 16, 2015

HW 9/16/15

Euro Lit
Read: Iliad (Books V & VI)

Honors 9
Read: "Theseus" (Nuts & bolts)

Tuesday, September 15, 2015

HW 9/15/15

Euro Lit
Read: Iliad Books III & IV

Honors 9
Re-re-read: "Daedalus" (as needed?)

Monday, September 14, 2015

The Epic (Handout)

Iliad Reading Schedule


HW 9/14/15

Euro Lit
Read: Iliad - Books I & II (up to p. 53)

Honors 9
Know: "Daedalus" - Nuts & Bolts, consider its theme

Thursday, September 10, 2015

Gods of Olympus Handout



HW 9/10/15

Euro Lit
Study:
1) Lecture Notes
2) Gods of Olympus
3) Pre-History...
4) Heritage of Greek Civilizations Handouts

for 100 point quiz on Friday

Honors 9
Study:
1) Gods of Olympus
2) Lecture Notes

for 50 point quiz on Friday

Wednesday, September 9, 2015

Handouts 9/9/2015

The Heritage of Greek Civilization
Pre History and the Ancient World
What is Humanism?

HW 09/09/15

Honors 9
Read: Gods of Olympus

Euro Lit

For Thursday:
Read Pre-History... and History of the Greek Civilizations handouts

Euro Lit Syllabus


Tuesday, June 2, 2015

HW 6/2/15

Euro Lit: Nothing! Seniors graduate!

Honors 9: Work on the final project

Monday, June 1, 2015

HW 6/1/15

Euro Lit: Read "The Guest" and "The Myth of Sisyphus" and complete the study guide

Honors 9: Work on the final project

Thursday, May 28, 2015

HW 5/28/15

Euro Lit: Read "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" and answer study guide questions

Honors 9: Finish The Color Purple OR finish The Bean Trees, complete 5 DEJ entries

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

HW 5/27/15

Euro Lit: Read "The Wall" and highlight essential aspects, and write in the margin why they are significant

Honors 9: Read pages 247-283 of The Color Purple OR chapter 16 of The Bean Trees, complete 8 DEJ entries

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

HW 5/26/15

Euro Lit: Finish Demian, read pages 15-16 and 19-25 in Existentialism packet

Honors 9: Read pages 212-246 of The Color Purple OR chapters 14-15 of The Bean Trees, complete 10 DEJ entries

Friday, May 22, 2015

HW 5/22/15

Euro Lit: Read "The Death of Ivan Ilych" and answer study guide questions

Honors 9: Read pgs 140-211 of The Color Purple OR chapters 10-13 of The Bean Trees, complete 8 DEJ entires

Thursday, May 21, 2015

HW 5/21/15

Euro Lit: Read "Legend of the Grand Inquisitor" and complete the study guide

Honors 9: Read pgs 107-137 of The Color Purple OR chapters 8-9 of The Bean Trees, write 4 DEJ entries, complete the analysis on a close reading of your choice

Close Reading:

Pick one letter from tonight' reading and do a close reading. Write your observations down on a piece of notebook paper to turn in. Remember - you will need to do three readings of your letter:

1. First reading: summarize what happened
2. Second reading: Closely analyze what has happened in the passage. What words are being used, and how do they further your understanding? What does the passage make you think of? How does what is happening in the passage contribute to the character?
3. Third reading: what sub themes are being fleshed out here? What is Walker saying about race, gender, feminism, sexism, oppression and power, etc.? How does it contribute to the novel as a whole?

Wednesday, May 20, 2015

HW 5/20/15

Euro Lit: Finish Demian, bring student ID to class, complete "Legend of the Grand Inquisitor" study guide by Friday

Honors 9: Read pages 71-106 of The Color Purple OR chapters 6-7 of The Bean Trees, finish 10 DEJ entries

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

HW 5/19/15

Euro Lit: Read chapter 8 of Demian

Honors 9: Read pages 37-70 of The Color Purple OR chapters 3-5 of The Bean Trees

Monday, May 18, 2015

HW 5/18/15

Euro Lit: Read chapter 7 of Demian

Honors 9: Read pgs 1-35 of The Color Purple

Wednesday, May 13, 2015

HW 5/13/14

Euro Lit: Read chapter 4 of Demian

Honors 9: Work on the "To Build a Fire" essay

Tuesday, May 12, 2015

HW 5/12/15

Euro Lit: Read chapter 3 of Demian and read "The Repentant Thief"

Honors 9: Pre-write the "To Build a Fire" essay

Monday, May 11, 2015

HW 5/11/15

Euro Lit: Read chapter 2 of Demian and read the Cain and Abel story

Honors 9: Re-read "To Build a Fire" and compare it to Old Man and the Sea

Friday, May 8, 2015


HW 5/8/15

Euro Lit: Read prologue and chapter 1 of Demian

Honors 9: Re-read "To Build a Fire" and focus on plot analysis, diction, mood, and tone

Thursday, May 7, 2015

HW 5/7/15

Euro Lit: Study Jungian vocabulary, bring student ID to class, read pages 2-6 of Jung handout

Honors 9: Re-read "To Build a Fire" and think about symbolism and character analysis

Wednesday, May 6, 2015

HW 5/6/15

Euro Lit: Read the Darwin handout

Honors 9: Read "To Build a Fire"

Tuesday, May 5, 2015

HW 5/5/15

Euro Lit: Read "Lordship and Bondage" and answer the study guide questions

Honors 9: Work on "The Possibility of Evil" essay

Monday, May 4, 2015

HW 5/4/15

Euro Lit: Finish Jane Eyre

Honors 9: Work on "The Possibility of Evil" essay

Friday, May 1, 2015

Honors 9 Notes 5/1/15


Friday Review!

General notes about the essay:
·      Introduction – needs to set up the ideas that you are going to discuss in the essay – should plant the “big picture” seeds that you may address in your conclusion. 
·      Your introduction and conclusion should be aligned with one another – may be best to write introduction last to ensure you aren’t on two different proverbial pages in your introduction and your conclusion.
·      One idea – could use biographical information about Shirley Jackson and real world, historical context to lead into your thesis statement
·      THIS IS NOT A FLOW CHART ESSAY! There will be no numbers anywhere!
·      Rubric – graded on:
1.     Ideas and Content
2.     Organization
3.     Sentence Fluency
4.     Conventions – 25% of your grade is conventions! Make sure you edit, edit, edit!!
·      Must have a title! Try to tie in title with introduction & conclusion too!

Character & POV: should bundle the two together

What Changes?
·      Strangeworth has the roses, then she doesn’t have the roses
·      Townsfolk’s perspective of Strangeworth – thought she was great, then thought she was terrible
·      OUR perspective of Strangeworth – we thought the same thing!
·      ARGUABLE POINT: The townspeople became evil – (you may not think this is true.  Perhaps you believe that people are inherently evil, and the letter just brought the evil out in them.  This point would be based in your personal philosophy of human nature – are we inherently good but do bad things, or are we inherently bad and it is waiting to show itself? Heady things to think about!)
·      Our view of ourselves! We liked that Strangeworth got what was coming to her!
Our shift in POV of Strangeworth happened when we found out she was writing the letters and  enjoys it  even though she knew what she was doing was wrong
·      Knows she was wrong – burned the evidence, locked her drawers, wrote on generic paper and in childish, block print, and didn’t put her name on it
·      Even though she knew it was wrong, she LIKED it! “Besides, Ms. Strangeworth like writing her letters.” (200)
Jackson had to have our shift in POV of Strangeworth happen so that we could have the shift in POV of ourselves!
Strangeworth is trying to prevent the evil in her town – making her town fit her idea of normal – but she CAUSED the evil – IRONY!
Roses being destroyed cemented her idea that people are evil
Theme: Two wrongs don’t make a right! Eye for an eye makes the whole world blind! Can’t fight fire with fire! Can’t fight evil with evil!

Plot
Protagonist – Strangeworth
External Conflict Question: Can Strangeworth purge the town of evil?
External Antagonist: Townspeople
Internal Conflict Question: Can Strangeworth recognize that what she is doing is evil?
Internal Antagonist: Evil within herself
Setting: No specific time or place/beautiful summer day/small, quaint town
·      Ironic!
·      Universality – could be anywhere because evil exists anywhere
Climax: “Besides, Ms. Strangeworth liked writing her letters” (200)
Exposition: Nice old lady in nice old town who loves her roses and won’t share them with anyone!
Denouement: Last paragraph OR change in our perspective of ourselves (just like “A Man Who Had No Eyes”)

Symbolism
·      Roses
·      House
·      Pleasant Street
·      Townspeople
·      Harris Boy
·      Letters

Irony – EVERYTHING IS IRONIC!
·      Harris Boy’s actions
·      Her letters
·      Ms Strangeworth
·      Townspeople
·      Diction: “dainty”, “little dimple” (196)

Diction:
·      “dainty” (196) v “dainty” (202)
·      Repetition (200) & (202)
·      Entitlement: “her town, her people” (202)
·      “Intense happiness” (203) links with “besides, Ms. Strangeworth liked writing her letter” (200)
·      “other letters” (199) – adds to mood?
·      All happy at the beginning then shifts gradually – mood/tone/atmosphere!

Conclusion
Gnothi Seaton – could compare to almost anything
·      Oedipus Rex (surprise, surprise!), “The Flash”, “Friendship”, Lord of the Flies
·      “The Lottery” comparison
·      Real world examples – the evil within all of us
·      Machiavellian idea of “ends justifying the means”

HW 5/1/15

Euro Lit: Read chapters 33-34 of Jane Eyre

Honors 9: Pre-write "The Possibility of Evil" essay

Thursday, April 30, 2015

HW 4/30/15

Euro Lit: Read chapters 31-32 of Jane Eyre

Honors 9: Re-read "The Possibility of Evil" and look for irony, diction, foreshadowing, and mood/suspense

Essay Introduction Techniques



Wednesday, April 29, 2015

HW 4/29/15

Euro Lit: Read chapters 29-30 of Jane Eyre

Honors 9: Re-read "The Possibility of Evil" and read "The Lottery"

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Homework 4/28/15

Euro Lit: Chapters 25-28 and quiz #2

Honors 9: Re-read possibility of evil and do character analysis

Thursday, April 23, 2015

Homework 4/23/15

Euro Lit: Read chapters 10-12, continue learning vocab words

Honors 9: Prepare for essay

Wednesday, April 22, 2015

HW 4/22/15

Euro Lit: Read chapters 7-9 of Jane Eyre

Honors 9: Re-read "The Flash" and pull out quotations to use on the essay

Tuesday, April 21, 2015

HW 4/21/15

Euro Lit: Read chapters 1-6 of Jane Eyre

Honors 9: Re-read "The Flash" and do a plot analysis on the story

Monday, April 20, 2015

Homework 4/20/15

Euro Lit: Read Faust and answer study guide questions

Honors 9: Re-read The Flash and do character analysis

Wednesday, April 15, 2015

HW 4/15/15

Euro Lit: Finish 1984 and read the afterward

Honors 9: Re-read "A Man Who Had No Eyes" and pre-write the essay

Tuesday, April 14, 2015

HW 4/14/15

Euro Lit: Read pages 166-215 of 1984

Honors 9: Re-read "A Man Who Had No Eyes" and start pulling out quotes for the essay

Monday, April 13, 2015

HW 4/13/15

Euro Lit: Read pages 60-132 of 1984

Honors 9: Re-read "A Man Who Had No Eyes" and think about character changes

Friday, April 10, 2015

Reading Schedule for 1984

For Monday 4/13 - pgs 60-132

For Tuesday 4/14 - pgs 132-166

For Wednesday 4/15 - pgs 166-215

For Thursday 4/16 - finish the novel

Thursday in class read synthesis packet

Friday 4/17 - in-class synthesis essay

HW 4/10/15

Euro Lit: Read pages 60-132 of 1984

Honors 9: Read "A Man Who Had No Eyes"

Wednesday, April 8, 2015

HW 4/8/15

Euro Lit: Read chapters 1 and 2 of 1984

Honors 9: Re-read "Friendship" and organize notes into paragraphs based on literary devices, start brainstorming for essay

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

HW 4/7/15

Euro Lit: Bring student ID to class

Honors 9: Re-read "Friendship" and consider plot sub-devices

Monday, April 6, 2015

HW 4/6/15

Euro Lit: Review the novel for 50 pt final quiz

Honors 9: Re-read "Friendship", focus on "what changes?" and "what are the key nuts and bolts?"

Thursday, April 2, 2015

Homework 4/2/15

Euro Lit: Read chapter 28-29 and chapter report

Honors English: Pre-wirte essay, turn in Lord of the Flies

Wednesday, April 1, 2015

HW 4/1/15

Euro Lit: Read chapters 21-27 of Candide and write chapter reports

Honors 9: Re-read "Harrison Bergeron" and find quotations for the essay

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

HW 3/31/15

Euro Lit: Read chapters 17-20 of Candide and write chapter reports

Honors 9: Re-read "Harrison Bergeron"

Monday, March 30, 2015

HW 3/30/15

Euro Lit: Read chapters 13-16 of Candide and write chapter reports

Honors 9: Re-read "Harrison Bergeron"

Friday, March 20, 2015

HW 3/20/15

Euro Lit: Read chapters 13-16, write chapter reports

Honors 9: Read "Harrison Bergeron"

Thursday, March 19, 2015

HW 3/19/15

Euro Lit: Read chapters 9-12 and write chapter reports, quiz through chapters 1-12 on Friday

Honors 9: Read chapters 9-12 of Lord of the Flies

Wednesday, March 18, 2015

HW 3/18/15

Euro Lit: Read chapters 5-8,  write chapter reports

Honors 9: Read chapters 5-8 of Lord of the Flies

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

HW 3/17/15

Euro Lit: Read chapters 1-4 and write chapter reports, presenting reports on Wednesday

Honors 9: Bring student ID to class, read chapters 1-4 for Wednesday, 5-8 for Thursday, and 9-12 for Friday

Happy St. Patricks Day!!!

Monday, March 16, 2015

HW 3/16/15

Euro Lit: Bring student ID to class, read "…Scientific Method" and answer study guide questions

Honors 9: Bring student ID to class, read chapters 1-4 for Wednesday, 5-8 for Thursday, 9-12 for Friday

Friday, March 6, 2015

Assignments 3/6/15

Euro A:

Final Wed., Re read Henry V as needed, organize notes

Euro B:

Nothing

Honors A:

Siddhartha paragraph, bring 2 copies

Honors B:

Nothing

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Assignments 3/4/15

Euro A:

Re-read Henry V as needed, notes for 2 impromptu essays

Euro B:

Read "The Wall", be ready to discuss

Honors A:

Siddhartha

Honors B:

Nothing

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Assignments 3/3/15

Euro A:

Re-read Henry V as needed

Euro B:

Read Existentialism packet for Wednesday

Honors A:

Siddhartha

Honors B:

GoW ppt

Monday, March 2, 2015

Assignments 3/2/15

Euro A:

Finish Henry V

Euro B:

"Prufrock" Due Tues, Read existentialism packet pp15,16,19-25 for Wed.

Honors A:

Siddhartha

Honors B:

GoW ppt

Thursday, February 26, 2015

Assignments 2/26/15

Euro B:

Tolstoi due Mon., Prufrock due Tues., Existentialism packet for Wed.

Honors A:

Siddhartha

Honors B:

GoW ppt

Wednesday, February 25, 2015

Assignments 2/25/15

Euro A:

Nothing

Euro B:

Read and Study Guide for LoGI

Honors A:

Siddhartha

Honors B:

GoW ppt

Siddhartha Reading Schedule

2/26-The Brahmin's Son & With the Samanas
2/27-Gotama & The Awakening
3/2-Kamala & Amongst the People
3/3-Samsara & By the River
3/4-The Ferryman & The Son
3/5-Om & Govinda
For Friday write one of a five paragraph essay

Tuesday, February 24, 2015

Assignments 2/24/15

Euro A:

Nothing

Euro B:

"Legend of the Grand Inquisitor" study guide

Honors A:

WW packet #2

Honors B:

GoW PPt

Monday, February 23, 2015

Assignments 2/23/15

Euro A:

Nothing

Euro B:

Finish Demian

Honors A:

Start WW packet #2 Due Wed.

Honors B:

GoW Ppt.

Friday, February 20, 2015

Assignments 2/20/15

Euro A:

Nothing

Euro B:

Read Demian ch 7

Honors A:

Writer's Workshop Packet, symbolism paragraph

Honors B:

GoW Powerpoint

Thursday, February 19, 2015

Assignments 2/19/15

Euro A:

Nothing!

Euro B:

Demian ch 6

Honors A:

Review TOMATS for 200 pt final

Honors B:

Review GoW for 200 pt final

Wednesday, February 18, 2015

Assignments 2/18/15

Euro A:

Nothing!

Euro B:

Read Demian ch 5&6

Honors A:

TOMATS 71-103, vocab sheet, quiz

Honors B:

Read GoW, SG 558-619

Tuesday, February 17, 2015

Assignments 2/17/15

Euro A:

Bring student ID

Euro B:

Damian ch 4

Honors A:

TOMATS p 44-71, quiz

Honors B:

GoW, SG 515-557

Friday, February 13, 2015

Assignments 2/13/15

Euro A:

Read The Prince, Study guide

Euro B:

Read Damian ch 2&3 for Tuesday

Honors A:

Finish Vocab Sheet, Read OMATS 9-41, quiz

Honors B:

GoW, Study guide, 444-557 Tuesday

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Assignments 2/12/15

Euro A:

Bring student ID, Read "Battle of Maldon", study guide due fri

Euro B:

Read ch 1 Damian, ch 2&3 due Tues

Honors A:

Bring student ID

Honors B:

Read GoW ch 19-22, study guide due Friday

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

Assignments 2/11/15

Euro A:

Bring student ID

Euro B:

Study Jung vocab for quiz Thursday

Honors A:

Finish colon, hyphen, Semi-colon handout

Honors B:

Read GoW ch's 19-22 Due Monday, write "to Build a Fire"

Friday, February 6, 2015

Assignments 2/6/15

Honors A:

Complete parts of speech

Honors B:

Read GoW, sg 19-22 due monday, prewrite "To Build a Fire"

Euro B:

Read "Leadership and Bondage", Study guide due monday

Thursday, January 29, 2015

Assignments 1/29/15

Euro A:

Read Nichomachean Ethics book X, study guide

Euro B:

Read Jane Eyre 17-24

Honors A:

Read Act V, vocab and study guide

Honors B:

Read GoW, 19-22 SG due 2/2, EVIL ESSAY

Wednesday, January 28, 2015

Assignments 1/28/15

Euro A:

Nichomachean Ethics book II, Study guide by thursday

Euro B:

Read Jane Eyre ch 13-16, vocab quiz thursday

Honors A:

Read Act IV R&J, study guide and vocab sheet

Honors B:

Read GoW, SG 19-22 due 2/2, EVIL Essay

Tuesday, January 27, 2015

Assignments 1/27/15

Euro A:

Read Aristotle's "Nichomachean Ethics" book II, study guide

Euro B:

Read Jane Eyre 10-12 and vocab

Honors A:

R&J Act IV, vocab sheet and study guide

Honors B:

GoW SG 19-22 due 2/2, EVIL ESSAY

Monday, January 26, 2015

Aristotle Handouts



Assignments 1/26/15

Euro A:

read Aristotle handouts "Man as Responsible Agent", "Pleasure & Happiness"

Euro B:

Read Jane Eyre ch 7-9, vocab

Honors A:

Read Act II R&J, vocab sheet, study guide

Honors B:

Read GoW, Study Guide 19-22 due 2/2

Friday, January 23, 2015

Assignments 1/23/15

Euro A

Bring Plato book, Read Aristotle's "Doctrine of the Mean"

Euro B

Read Jane Eyre Ch 1-6, start vocab, prepare for quiz

Honors A

Read Act I R&J, do vocab sheet and study guide

Honors B

Read GoW, study guide ch 19-22 due 2/2, prepare for Evil essay

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Assignments 1/21/15

Euro A:

Read "Allegory of the Den", Answer Study guide

Euro B:

Work on synthesis prewrite

Honors A: 

Work on synthesis prewrite

Honors B:

Read GoW, study guide 19-22 DUE 2/2, Read "The Lottery", Re-read "The Possibility of Evil"

Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Assignments 1/20/15

Euro A:

Read Crito, Study guide due Wednesday

Euro B:

Work on synthesis essay prewrite

Honors A:

Work on synthesis essay prewrite

Honors B:

Read GoW, re-read "The Possibility of Evil"

The Apology Study guide

Wednesday, January 14, 2015

Assignments 1/14/15

Euro A:

Philoctetes essay DUE FRIDAY, Read Symposium, answer study guide, bring student ID

Euro B:

 Read 1984 up to 215

Honors A:

Complete Comma V & VI

Honors B:

GoW study guide ch 14-18 due 1/20, re-read "...Eyes"

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

Greek Philosophy Handout








 

Assignments 1/13/15

Euro A:

Philoctetes essay DU FRIDAY, read Greek philosophy handout

Euro B:

1984 up to page 185

Honors A:

Study drama terms, play & notes for 100 pt final

Honors B:

GoW, Study Guide ch 14-18 DUE 1/20, re-read "....Eyes"

Monday, January 12, 2015

Assignments 1/12/15

Euro A

Philoctetes essay DUE FRIDAY

Euro B

Read 1984 p122-147

Honors A

Study drama terms

Honors B

GoW study guide 14-18 DUE 1/20, Re-read "...Eyes"

Friday, January 9, 2015

Assignments 1/9/15

Euro A

Have a good weekend

Euro B

1984 p88-122

Honors A

Study drama terms, The comma III & IV

Honors B

GoW, Study guide ch 13-18 due the 20th

Thursday, January 8, 2015

Assignments 1/8/15

Euro A

Drama vocab quiz TOMORROW

Euro B

Read 1984 ch's 5&6

Honors A

Study drama terms, Finish Capital Letters I&II

Honors B

Re-read "The Flash", GoW study guide 10-13 due TOMORROW

Wednesday, January 7, 2015

Assignments 1/7/15

Euro A

Drama vocab quiz fri

Euro B

Read "1984" ch's 3&4

Honors A

Study drama terms, other uses of capital letters I & II

Honors B

Re-read "The Flash", Continue GoW, Study guide ch's 10-13 due fri

Tuesday, January 6, 2015

Assignments 1/6/15

Euro A

Drama Vocab quiz Fri

Euro B

Read 1984 ch's 3&4

Honors A

Study drama terms, Complete First Words I & II

Honors B

Re-read "The Flash", Continue GoW

Monday, January 5, 2015

Daily Assignments 1/5/15

Euro A:

Read Tragedy Handout

Euro B:

Start 1984

Honors A:

Study Drama Terms

Honors B:

Re-read "The Flash", continue GoW