First, all of you will be getting official progress reports on Tuesday/Wednesday. I expect that you will take these home and get them signed so that I know that you have been in communication with your parents. If you receive any additional paperwork to take home, I expect that you will also return that to me.
No homework for the weekend; we will have an assignment related to the Utopian School Projects on Tuesday/Wednesday night, so do be prepared for that.
AP English III
Over the weekend you need to be working on meeting your next reading goal which is to be to the end of chapter twenty-two by the class on Thursday/Friday. This next section is vitally important in Huck's development. Also, we will begin on our major project related to The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn and satire. Make sure that your google accounts are active.
Next class you will have your first rhetorical analysis. Prepare by reviewing your notes. This will be a prompt you've never seen before, but the process is always the same. Just be sure that you're ready. Remember - car and driver - you've got to have both. While you complete the timed writing I will be grading your journals and your vocabulary bookmarks.
Now that we've finished reading 1984 I want you to tell me what you thought of it. Please answer the following question in a one page response, using clear details from the text to explain your opinion.
What did you think of 1984? Why?
I will be collecting this assignment for a grade on Tuesday/Wednesday. Also, if you have any tests that need to be turned in or any other make up work to turn in, get that done this weekend too as the window to submit those assignments will soon be closed. And by soon, I mean Tuesday/Wednesday, after I give out progress reports.