So many final assessments for the next two weeks:

All the review material for the vocabulary and No Red Ink are available now, so think about doing some studying if you’re not prepared.

 

Your exam covering Fools Crow is due Thursday at the end of classI would recommend that you work on it before Thursday, but be yourself. 🙂

For the assignment, choose one of the prompts listed here and write a response of at least 600 and no more than 1200 words. 800 great words could get you an A.

Your response should include:

  • an effective introduction paragraph with a clear thesis.
  • a clear argumentative structure.
  • well-developed details that demonstrate knowledge of the text.
  • at least 5 brief quotes from the text.

The prompts are here, too. 🙂

The revisions for the Confederate monument essay are due on Monday when we return from break. Don’t forget to bold changes!

The revision guide is available here.

Don’t forget that your essay over Confederate Monuments is due on Sunday, March 17 at noon.

The prompt and all of the information for the essay is located on this page.

 

We will have a quiz over the Shakespeare unit on Friday. Be prepared to write thoughtful paragraphs about the language and ideas contained in excerpts from soliloquies from these plays:

  • Mark Antony
  • Henry V
  • Taming the Shrew
  • Hamlet
  • As You Like It