Honors English IV
Unit 2 ~ The Renaissance
2013: November 25:
1st block: We finished Act 2, Scene 4.
2013: November 22:
2013: November 21:
Today, we worked on ACT 1 questions (located on the Forum-News).
1st block: Completed reading Act 1, Scene 7
2nd block: Completed reading Act 2, Scene 1
2013: November 18:
Today we read Act 1, Scene 1-3 (1st block) /4 (2nd block).
2013: November 13
Beginning of Shakespeare:
Make sure you get the notes. These are a MUST HAVE. You also need to watch the video and prepare the questions also attached. We are moving quickly tomorrow and do not have time for you to complete your homework in class.
2013: November 5
For homework, make sure that you have completed the TPFASTT for "To the Virgins, Make Much of Time." If you need a refresher on the class annotations, please see the files below.
2013: November 4
Today we started on Cavalier (or Carpe Diem) poet notes. Please make sure you have your poem from your interactive reader: To His Coy Mistress.
2013: October 21
We worked on full scale annotations for our gallery walk tomorrow. If you weren't present, you will be put into a new group of 3 and start at the beginning. Remember, this process will go faster if you have already completed your annotations!
2013: October 18
Today we annotated the Shakespearean Sonnet 29. Your homework is to read and annotate the Shakespearean sonnets: Sonnet 18, 116, and 130. Remember, they are located in your interactive readers. If you have lost or misplaced your book, you can find them online.
2013: October 17
Today was the Renaissance quiz from the PERSIAN chart. Today we also began Renaissance Poetry specifically looking at sonnets.
For class tomorrow, please go to your interactive readers and bring in pages 73-80 and 137-156. Do not glue them into your daybooks yet. We will do that when we get to them in class.
Here are some videos to help this time period come to life!
2013: October 15
Today you should have completed the PERSIAN chart for the Renaissance Period.
Unit 1 ~ Early British Literature and Middle Ages
2013: September 6
Module 0 ~ Argumentation
Rhetorical Appeals notes
Macbeth Text: Act 1-5