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Modern Fiction – January 16, 2018

-Receive a Bookmark *Left with care by last semester’s students *These are books recommended by the creators *They should include a title and author to make the book easy for you to find -Book Selection *If you haven’t already done … Continue reading

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Creative Writing – January 16, 2018

-Realistic Fiction Short Story  *At least 5 pages (1000 words); no more than 10 pages *Typed (10 or 12 font; Times New Roman or Arial) *Double-spaced *Make it as free of errors as possible *Must fall into the Realistic Fiction … Continue reading

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Freshman English – January 12, 2018

-Research Elizabethan Masquerade Balls *Visit the following sites and answer the following questions on paper … __________ *Visit this site: http://costumes.lovetoknow.com/Elizabethan_Masquerade_Masks 1. What did the masks allow the men and women to do while they wore them? 2. Why do you … Continue reading

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Creative Writing – January 12, 2018

-Decide On a Cumulative Project Genre *I will ask you to you tell me specifically what genre you will be working in for your cumulative project due at the end of the semester *My intention is that you will read … Continue reading

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Modern Fiction – January 12, 2018

The Future Is Now (In-Class Essay) *Write a one-page essay during class *Follow all instructions on the handout *It may be typed or handwritten *Due at the end of class *If absent, download here: The Future Is Now (In class essay)

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Freshman English – January 11, 2018

-Romeo and Juliet Introductory Film Study *Today’s objective is to gain knowledge concerning The Tragedy of Romeo and Juliet. +This will provide context for when we begin reading the play

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Creative Writing – January 11, 2018

-A Discussion Regarding Format/Dialogue Mini-Lesson John Smith                                                                    … Continue reading

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