Sophomore Literature Seminar H


Felix's angry letter and moral high-ground


Text-Based analysis paragraphs are due Wednesday

Here is another copy of the letter you needed to work on in class Friday.

Here is the text-based analysis assignment again.  Make sure that you do the chart BEFORE you begin to write the paragraphs.  Follow the directions!!!  It will count as two quiz grades and it will be collected on Wednesday.

Moving on as we listen to the Creature’s perspective


Mary Shelley fills in the blanks...

Chapters XI and XII are due for tomorrow.  

Chapters XIII and XIV are due for Friday.  

By Monday, you will have to have read through Chapters XV and XVI.  Stay on top of your reading!  

Read and QCOP "A New Life"


Read IX and X and do the response


Print "A New Life" to put into your notes...

Here is the link to “A New Life” which you responded to and I read aloud in class.  Here is the homework sheet that connects to tonight’s reading of IX and X.  

Weeekend Stuff...


Final copy of your Historical Fiction Short story!!! :)

Remember that your final copy for the Historical Fiction Short story must be uploaded to turnitin by Monday morning at 8:00 am.  A hard copy must be printed FOR class, and it must include a creative title, a properly formatted works cited page, and not more than 650 words in the text of the story  (which must be noted at the bottom of the story).  The rubric I have you should be stapled to the front of the document.


On the Frankenstein front, you need to read and annotate chapters IX and X by Tuesday.  If you want to get a head start this weekend, go for it!!!


Have a great weekend,

Ms. Grgas

Read VII for tomrrow


Make sure you read and QCOP chapter VII for tomorrow

Here is another copy of the rubric I will be using to grade your Historical Fiction short story.  It must be stapled to the final copy, which you will be turning in to me on Monday.  It must be uploaded to turnitin by 8:00 am.  The story must have a creative title, a proper MLA heading, a minimum of two different cited sources, and a proper Works Cited page attached.

Annotated Bibliography is due tomorrow


Final draft of the Historical Fiction short story is due Monday, December 4th

Please make sure your annotated biliography is 1.5 or double spaced and follows all the guidelines that are outlined in the packet and have been discussed in class.

Today, you received your second updated Harvard outline.  Please generate a rough draft based on your research and on that outline.  Your final copy must be 650 words or less, and follow all the guidelines outlined here.  It must be uploaded by 8:00 am on Monday, December 4th and you must give me the hard copy that will be stapled BEFORE class and turned in at that time.

Read V and VI for tomorrow


Frankenstein!

Remember: I reserve the right to collect your books and check your QCOPs at anytime!

Your annotated bibliography will be collected on Tuesday, November 28th.  Here is the packet we went over today.

Tomorrow is my Challenge Day


There will be a sub...

Please make sure you give your new Historical Fiction outline to the sub (new one stapled to the old one).  If there is no sub, please submit your new outline stapled to your old outline to the teacher on duty in the English study center and ask them to please place it on my desk.  You are responsible for turning this in to me FRIDAY—whether there is a sub or not.  I will come to my desk at the end of the day and collect all the outlines that are there so I can grade them this weekend and get them back to you by Monday.

Tonight, you will need to fill in the character chart for Elizabeth and Henry Clerval.  

Tomorrow, in class, you will be given an opportunity to read and QCOP Chapters III and IV.  Finish the reading and annotating, as well as these questions, for Monday.

Have a great weekend!

Read and QCOP Chapters I and II


Remember: consider Authorial Intent & the conflict between the Industial Era and the Romantic Period...

The stranger tells his tale from the beginning in an attempt to warn Walton.  “…let me reveal my tale, and you will dash the cup from your lips!”

Also, your revised Harvard outline must be printed and stapled to your NEW Harvard outline, which will be collected by the sub on Friday.


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