World Humanities

Good luck on Midterms!

Be sure you have the Mark David Chapman essay read adn QCOPed by Friday, January 26th

Here is the MDC essay again.

Also, here are the Zen Buddhist and Taoist stories that were included in Zen Shorts.  Come to class with them already printed out and included into your notebook by Friday, January 26th.

Answers to the homework

Grammar II exam tomorrow

Homework: Complete the comma packet and check the key to go over what you got wrong.

Working side-by-side with Mahepath...

Today is the first step in accumulating information for the Mid-term paper

Here is the reading we started today in class (chapter 9 excerpt from Erich Maria Remarque’s All Quiet on the Western Front —Please finish it.

Here is the other reading that must be read annd QCOPed for tomorrow.

The three-day socratic seminar will begin on Wednesday, January 10 and end of Thursday, January 11th.

Here is the assignment that Ms. Mahepath handed out today during class.


We will continue grammar beginning tomorrow…Exam will be next week.

Finish reading and QCOPing Chapter XXIV in Frankenstein

Complete the questions

Here is another copy of the questions I handed out today.

If you received an 85% or lower on your Historical Fiction Essay, you can submit a rewrite by Wednesday by following these guidelines:

  1. Only students who received an 85% or lower are permitted to do the rewrite.
  2. Content must be altered based on the comments received.  If you only correct the research and the grammar, you will lose points on the rewrite.  You must keep in mind all of the recommendations in order to earn more points.
  3. You old grade will be averaged with your new grade.
  4. Your old essay must be stapled to the new essay.
  5. You must include a paragraph reflecting on your process in this rewrite.  What did you do wrong the first time and what did you change to write the new and improved essay?

REMINDER: If you received a 95% or above on your historical fiction essay, then please make any last minute changes, and print out a new copy to give me for my exemplar folder!  Thank you in advance!!!!

Read and QCOP XXIII for Monday

Keep in mind that I have not yet collected your annotated books....

This is your first blog entry. What are you waiting for? Replace this text with some of your own and start blogging!

Tweeting about Frankenstein

Text-Based Analysis Paragraphs are due Wednesday

Here is the Tweeting assignment, in case you missed it.

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.

How did it go?

Reflect upon your responses.

Look through your notes and consider what worked and what didn’t.  Add depth if necessary and explore new avenues that have not been explored in today’s discussion.  

Also, Chapters XI and XII are due for tomorrow (although they will not be discussed) and 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!  

In the Box/Out of the Box

Read and QCOP "A New Life"

Come to class prepared to isolate one specific portion of the story and connecti it directly to a secondary source.  The source should be a song, a movie, another work of literature, a period in history, a histrical figure, or anything else that illustrates your understanding of the text and authorial intent.  Your response should be enlightening and IT SHOULD BE OUT OF THE BOX!  Common connections will not earn your props.  The deeper you go, the more significant your response is.  Surprise your classmates and get ready to GET OUT OF THE BOX!!!

For Thursday, you must read and QCOP XI and XII.

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