Monday, 18th - Tuesday, 19th
Thematic posters presentations!
If we have time remaining, we will discuss some aspects of your exam...
In small groups (2-3)
Short Stories: Eveline, A Rose for Emily, Identities, Going to the Moon
Major Works: The Bell Jar, Hamlet, Antigone, The Glass Menagerie
Film Study: A Streetcar Named Desire
If you had to create 5 THEMES for this semester, what would they be? Collect support from as many works studied as you can manage.
When done, begin summary:
Wed. 20th - Thurs. 21st
You will be given your culminating essay topics and have the next two days to prep.
Friday, 22nd - In-class culminating essay writing
Please note that you will not be given extra time unless you have an IEP
You will also be expected to write your essay and not type it (unless you have an IEP) These are standard expectations across all 4U classes and not specific to this one.
Mon. 25th - Wed. 27th - Exam Review
Monday we will review the exam format and what is required for your passage close reading.
In pairs or groups of three, brainstorm ideas around major themes, symbols, and literary devices.
NOTE: Any assignments owing must be submitted by WEDNESDAY!
Death and Decay
Nature of Tragedy
Illusion vs reality
Friday, 29th - Final exam in room 254