Get out a piece of paper for notes.
Date it with today’s date and label it -- William Blake.
Notes on William Blake.
Read “The Lamb” & “The Tyger” and discuss.
Complete analysis assignments and turn in.
Get a British Literature textbook.
Open it to p.735
Read “To a Mouse” and “To a Louse”
p. 736 1-6 using complete sentences OR
p. 739 1-6 using complete sentences
Turn in to tray when complete
Unit 3 common assessment
Get a piece of paper.
Write your name and label it Notes on sonnets. Sonnet Lecture
Read sonnets and complete handouts.
“Another Sonnet for Stephen”
**One of these will be taken up for a major grade. I’m NOT telling you which one!
Get a textbook and a piece of paper.
Read “Carpe Diem” poetry in text and answer the following:
“To His Coy Mistress” p. 507-508
Answer p. 508 1-5 using complete sentences.
“To the Virgins, to Make Much of Time” p. 510-511
Answer p. 511 1-3 using complete sentences.
Get a handout from the basket & get a Chromebook.
Begin Storyboard That assignment pertaining to the 2 poems we read and annotated yesterday.
Grab a handout from the basket; complete the top portion where it asks you to identify the important qualities of a romantic relationship -- keep it school appropriate.
On the back, write a paragraph explaining the reasons for your ranking.
Take notes on pastoral poetry.
Begin reading “The Passionate Shepherd to his love” & “The Nymph’s Reply to the Shepherd.”
Answer text dependent questions for both poems.
Begin reading The Other Wes Moore ch. 1
Complete third page of bellwork front & back.
Read Act III of Macbeth.
Complete Act II Summary
1. Get out bellwork. Complete the 2nd page FRONT & BACK.
2. Read Act II of Macbeth. *Remember you will get a hero point for reading a part as well as 10 points extra credit.
3. Complete Act II reading guide.
Do the 2nd page front and back of your bellwork packet - Unit 6 run-ons.
Read article about the Renaissance and complete handout.
Begin background info on Shakespeare & MacBeth
Get a bellwork packet. Complete the first page front and back.
Review answers to bellwork. (Students who need to finish CT test, can do that now.
Info about the Renaissance (handout) - video & article