• March 12 / 13

    Posted by Robert Marcacci on 3/13/2020

    Complete in-class mid-term: Writing an Argument (SpringBoard pg. 253).

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  • March 10 / 11

    Posted by Robert Marcacci on 3/11/2020

    Agenda

    - Turn in JE #s 9 & 10;

    - Watch Othello.

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  • March 6 / 9

    Posted by Robert Marcacci on 3/9/2020

    Agenda

    - JE #10: Write a common assumption of Cultural, Feminist, or Historical Criticism. How do you see examples in our own society today?;

    - Finish Othello, Act V;

    - Watch Othello.

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  • March 4 / 5

    Posted by Robert Marcacci on 3/5/2020

    Agenda

    - JE #9: Through which lens (cultural, historical, feminist) is Othello best viewed? Why? Why does Shakespeare emphasize this perspective?;

    - Quiz #4 (see me for details);

    - Read Othello, Act V.

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  • March 2 / 3

    Posted by Robert Marcacci on 3/3/2020

    Agenda

    - IR #8;

    - Finish Othello, Act IV.

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  • February 27 / 28

    Posted by Robert Marcacci on 2/28/2020

    Agenda

    - Read Othello, Act IV.

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  • February 25 / 26

    Posted by Robert Marcacci on 2/26/2020

    Agenda

    - JE #8: What is your most important possession? Why is it so valuable?;

    - Quiz #3;

    - Finish Othello, Act IV & annotate.

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  • February 21 / 24

    Posted by Robert Marcacci on 2/24/2020

    Agenda

    - IR #7;

    - Finish Othello, Act III & annotate; and

    - Title each page of Act III, scene IV (pgs. 63-70).

     

    * 1) Turn in Act III, scene IV titles;

       2) Turn in Act III, scene IV analysis (SpringBoard pg. 228) for one excerpt;

       3) Write three questions for each of two critical perspectives (SpringBoard pg. 229); and

       4) Complete CYU (SpringBoard pg. 229). Extra Credit Assignment.

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  • February 19 / 20

    Posted by Robert Marcacci on 2/20/2020

    - Finish Othello, Act III & annotate;

    - Title each page of Act III, scene IV (pgs. 63-70);

     

    * 1) Turn in Act III, scene IV titles;

       2) Turn in Act III, scene IV analysis (SpringBoard pg. 228) for one excerpt;

       3) Write three questions for each of two critical perspectives (SpringBoard pg. 229); and

       4) Complete CYU (SpringBoard pg. 229).

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  • February 13 / 18

    Posted by Robert Marcacci on 2/18/2020

    - JE #7: I want more of... I want less of...;

    - Continue reading Othello, Act III & annotate.

     

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