"No bird soars too high if he soars with his own wings." - William Blake

Class Schedule for 10/27-10/31/2014

REMINDER - If you have not purchased The Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka or The Stranger by Albert Camus already please make sure that you do so. They must be in class starting on 11/12.

HOMEWORK

  • Comments due Sunday, October 26 @ 11:59 PM
  • WW 7 C/D
  • Study for Fundamentals of Poetry Quiz (10/27)

Monday 10/27

  • Class Discussion
    • Fundamentals of Poetry Quiz
    • review WW 7 C/D
    • "Ode on a Grecian Urn" discussion
  • Homework
    • finish urn drawing
    • Forum # 2 due Thursday 10/30 @ 11:59 PM

Tuesday 10/28

  • Class Discussion
    • Journal # 16
    • Share Urns
    • Emily Dickinson poetry - "I dwell in possibility-"
  • Homework
    • Forum # 2 due Thursday 10/30 @ 11:59 PM
    • WW 7 E
    • WW 6-7 Test on 10/30

Wednesday 10/29

  • Class Discussion
    • WW 7 E discussion / Review for test
    • pg. 831-832 poetry - liken to Emily Dickinson's poetry / paired poems
  • Homework
    • Forum # 2 due Thursday 10/30 @ 11:59 PM
    • Review for WW 6-7 Test on 10/30

Thursday 10/30

  • Class Discussion
    • WW 6-7 Test
    • "The Author to Her Book" poetry discussion
  • Homework
    • Forum # 2 due Thursday 10/30 @ 11:59 PM
    • Personal statements for those that have them due on 10/31

Friday 9/12

  • Class Discussion
    • collect personal statements
    • Multiple-Choice practice questions for poetry
  • Homework
    • Comments due Sunday, November 2 @ 11:59 PM
    • Poetry test on Friday 10/7

General Class Information

  • Syllabus
  • Dead Words
  • Independent Reading - Quarter II
  • Reading | Independent Reading - Quarter III
  • Annotation
  • Instructions | Forum Instructions

College Information

  • For more information on the UC Personal Statements check out this site.
  • For more information on the Common Application check out this site.

AP Information

  • For information on the AP Literature and Composition Test you can find more information on the College Board website.
  • Here is a list of all pieces of literature that have been used in the free response section of the AP Literature test since 1971.
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