L'shana tova! Happy New Year!
AP English III
Over the weekend you should be working on two things: First, you need to read The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, chapters one through six. As you read, annotate. Remember to add to your covers and investigate elements of humor and satire as well as repeated ideas. Continue to focus on characters - their development and their conflicts. Considering our discussion today around language and identity could also be helpful.
Second, we have your final drafts to begin developing. Use the rubric you received today as well as the feedback from your conference to revise. If you need/would like me or Ms. McCormick to look at your paper, let us know. Come in for a conference before Wednesday afternoon. Once Wednesday gets here we won't be talking about these papers with you. Your final draft and the supporting documents will be collected on Thursday.
Make sure that you are to page fifty-five in The Boy Who Dared for Tuesday's class. We'll be getting back to Helmuth. Hopefully our discussion on Dr. King over the last few classes gives you a lot to think about to connect these two men and times in history.