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HW #16Pick your story for the Greek Tragedy. You will have two class periods to work on it and no other HW.
HW #15Finish the play! There will be a reading quiz. We will be re-writing a fairy tale or children's story. If you have a favorite, please bring it in! Think about what story or fairy tale could be turned into a Greek Tragedy!
SUBMIT TO TURNITIN
HW #13 B FOR FOL 7Pages 12-19
HW #13 (15 points)Write a 10-20 line Found Poem based on what we have read so far. A Found Poem uses only words that exist in another text, but it is allowed to omit (NOT ADD) words, create line breaks so it looks like a poem. You may add punctuation. Also, please find an image from the Internet to illustrate your poem. Your poem should have purpose: it should make your audience think about emotions/ideas evoked and/or the imagery of the play and/or the characterization and/or the theme/s of the play. PLEASE SUBMIT TO TURNITIN by the time class starts or you can not receive full credit.
HW #12 (15 points)Submit to turnitin by class time. Select one image from the Internet for each and justify why it works. Write a defense of the image and connect it to the play so far. Use specifics from the text. 1. Find an image that best provides insight to the SETTING. 2. Find an image that best illustrates how Oedipus feels at this point. 3. Find an image that best illustrates how the people, the chorus are coping with their troubles. Be sure to write an analysis for each! USe text based evidence.
HW #11 (20 points)Write a one page, single spaced discussion address the following: What determines your fate? You? Your free-will? Destiny? Other? Please submit to turnitin.
HW #10Submit to turnitin by class time. Reveal how the Macbeths feel about one another in their everyday lives. The setting should be breakfast time at their home on an average day. Write a dialogue between Lady Macbeth and Macbeth. One page, single spaced, two columns. LANDSCAPED. Print for class and submit to turnitin. • Use play format. • Include stage directions where appropriate. • Include at least one aside or soliloquy. • Consider how to incorporate the theme/s of BEING A MAN, and/or SLEEP and/or SUPERNATURAL and/or DECEPTIVE APPEARANCES.
HW #9Finish your double story analysis. You will present to the class.
HW #8Read Patricia Highsmith's "Djemal's Revenge" and expect a reading quiz.
HW #7Finish Patricia Highsmith's "Chorus Girl's Absolutely Final Performance" and expect a reading quiz.
HW #6Complete the unlikely dialogue in play format, one page single spaced (but skip a space between speakers), two columns. Please print to share in class (required) and submit to turnitin (I will grade on turnitin).
HW #5Finish "A Good Man is Hard to Find" and prepare for a reading quiz.
HW #4Finish the Miss Emily Character and Symbols Map.
HW #3Finish reading "A Rose for Emily" and expect a 5 quote identification quiz.
HW #2Finish your Secret Excerpt Assignment and submit to turnitin. CLASS ID: 14612327 PW: gokturk. Please print a copy to share in class.
HW #1Please eavesdrop and write down FIVE "overheard" statements on the notecard I provided.
Finish "Omelas" story and find at least three symbols to start conversation in class. Please, no Internet. THINK and REFLECT: what objects or actions reveal bigger meanings?
Please register with Remind101: send text to 81010 with the code I gave your section in class (for section 8: @fol8 and @fol7 for section 7).
Ms. G's Handouts and Useful Links
Cyrano de Bergerac
The Macbeth Project
Raisin in the Sun Unit
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