For homework tonight you have three stories by Ernest Hemingway to read and annotate. Make sure that you've read and considered "Hills Like White Elephants", "The Killers", and "Old Man at the Bridge". Hemingway is known for his plain style, but don't be fooled - there's a lot going on beneath the surface. Spend your time looking at his choices as a writer and considering their meaning.
You should also get yourself a copy of The Great Gatsby - you'll be reading this over break.
Lastly, make sure that you have completed the peer editing requirement for your literary analysis paper. If you are unsure about this requirement see Ms. Ginocchio or contact her directly.
For all of you on Thursday we will collect the final drafts of your movie reviews. For these you will need to use your writing envelope to submit your documents. You will need to turn in:
- the viewing guide for Persepolis
- the rough draft
- the feedback chart from editing
- the final draft
If you were absent on draft workshop day you should see me, Ms. Ginocchio, or a peer for essay feedback. You will then be exempt from the feedback chart. Many thanks to those students who have already given me a draft to read.
Lastly, some of you are still missing other major work or projects. Get these things settled.