12th grade- Chapter 1 of The Things They Carried must have been read by Mon. If you do not have your copy, read it online.
9th grade- Final test on Ethan Frome Tues. Read through page 40 of The Pearl for Mon.
11th grade- Do Aug. 2014 Regents material given in class.
AP Psych.- review notes.
10th grade- See previous post. I have extended that assignment to Mon. Also- find the page and paragraph in Letter From Birmingham Jail for each of these rhetorical techniques: anaphora; another (different) example of repetition, and under the heading of syntax, loose/periodic sentence. Be sure to indicate the effect of each technique in this context.
As I mentioned in class, my computer is not reliable right now. You have to copy hw when I give it. If you are absent, contact classmates.
12th grade-Make sure first chapter has been read.
9th grade- You have 1 more day to complete the vacation hw.
11th grade- Critique essay.
AP Psych.- Study notes.
10th grade-Look up the 5 names given in class (from the vacation handouts). Write a few sentences about each on their major philosophical stances. Include dates of birth and death. No need to access overly technical sites. Basic knowledge of the contributions of these people is what is required.
9th grade- read or re-read the Epilogue. The last question of the test will be based on it. You will not be able to use your notes or book. If you have not yet presented your moral dilemma, be prepared to do so tomorrow.
11th grade- continue self-study of AP material.
10th grade- read pp 17-26 (up to “Religious Liberty”). Learn these new vocabulary words: from p. 21- execrable (adj.); extirpate (v.); brethren (n.); execration (n.); perambulate (v.); from p. 24- caprice (n.); rapacity (n.); from p. 25- ecclesiastics (n.).