Soph. World Lit Class (English II) Here is the link to the list: Link Work from the summer reading is due no later than August 30. Anyone who needs an example of a book review here is a link to all of my book reviews and my Goodreads account. I plan on using this web based account as a part of class this year. Students are encouraged to put
US History students should complete their work for Mr. Rhodus’s American Lit class and be ready for class on the first day of school. I recommend that you begin placing your notes and ideas about Huckleberry Finn and The Scarlet Letter on your blogs from sophomore English. We will continue to use these throughout the US history class and discuss the correlation of these books to US History.
Freshmen Government and Economics students should also be ready for class on the first day of school. Look below for a list of required items for all of my classes. Lord of the Flies will be discussed during out class and the ideas of free will and the social contract.
Psychology/Sociology students should be ready for class on the first day of school and look at those class webpages for anything you may need.
Items for Class
- One Three Ring Prong paper folder. Amazon Quill.com
- Pencils and/or black pens.
- A working email address for the student.
Write six personal blogs; as well as, the writings below
- Who had the best and worst presentation? What could you have done to make your project better?
- Read pg 645-664 Blog about #14 or 15
Julius Caesar (Choose One)
- Explain who is the protagonist of the story.
- Is the story a defence of the Roman Republic or an attack on future Roman Dictators?
- Post both of your selected poems from the unit.
- An Astrologer’s Day read pg 1054-1060 Ans #9
- Describe the differences between the two Chinese readings. they are semi-autobiographical.
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There are two blog posts for this unit.
Blog Post # 1 An Astrologer’s Day: Students are to answer #9
Blog Post #2 Read: “Ocean of Words” and ” Love Must Not Be Forgotten”
- Describe the difference between the lives of the two authors. These stories are semi-autobiographical.
Students should post the two poems they selected as part of their blog.