I can’t believe it’s almost March…and almost 70 degrees. Here’s what’s on tap for the next two weeks in English class: Read More
One of the most frequent discussions I have with my students when I assign a creative writing piece is “I don’t know what to write”. As someone who lives immersed in the literary world, that’s always a bit hard for me to comprehend. My problem is usually the opposite–which story should get to fall out of the jumble in my brain and land on paper? There are so many different kinds of intelligence in this world, and what I find fascinating is how the brain operates for each. My husband, for example, is mechanically inclined. When he can’t sleep, it’s because his brain is busy telling him 18,489 different configurations he should try with one of our vehicles. Me, on the other hand, well…a writer’s brain never sleeps. Need proof? Read More
Welcome back! Hopefully everyone has recovered from illness.
In class this week:
TUESDAY – Pajama Day – begin reading Act 2 of Julius Caesar – fill out companion notes
WEDNESDAY – College Day – continue reading Act 2 of Caesar – fill out notes
THURSDAY – School Colors – Wrap up of Act 2, clips from Cleopatra
FRIDAY – School Colors – Vocab quiz; begin Act 3
Missed class? Get caught up here:
Read online: http://shakespeare.mit.edu/julius_caesar/
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This week is Ms. Moore’s solo teaching experience. We are beginning our reading of Julius Caesar. A large portion of students have been out of class in the last few days, so if necessary, links are provided with copies of worksheets and other resources.
Logos, Ethos, Pathos prezi (notes) – https://prezi.com/ligmw7magurn/ethos-logos-and-pathos/
Shakespeare Background Information (PPT)
Rhetorical Strategies (PPT)
Wednesday & Thursday
Reading Act I, completion of guided reading notes
Read the text online – http://shakespeare.mit.edu/julius_caesar/full.html
Vocab Quiz 19
Continue reading Julius Caesar