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Honors English III
Summer Reading written exam. You must bring the book to class with you.
Begin Psychological Thriller presentations. See the "Honors English III Summer Reading" tab for more information.
Due Wednesday, 9/12:
Read through page 125 in The Glass Castle
Due Friday, 9/14:
Complete reading quiz on pages 1-125 in TGC from Wednesday's class
Due Tuesday, 9/18:
Typed philosophy of life with handwritten rough draft
Due Thursday, 9/20:
Visual component to your philosophy of life and the beginning of the presentations
Due Friday, 9/21:
Read through page 198 in TGC
Due Tuesday, 9/25:
Complete the essential questions assignment we began in class today.
Due Tuesday, 10/9:
Finish reading TGC and complete the symposium questions
Due Thursday, 10/26:
Complete the introdcution peer conferring sheet that you started in class
Due Monday, 11/19:
Final Essay for TGC
Due Tuesday, 11/20:
Complete the 1920s WebQuest that we began in class today.
Due Monday, 11/26:
Read chapters 1 and 2 in Gatsby and answer the discussion questions associated with the reading.
Due Tuesday, 11/27:
Read chapter three in Gatsby and complete Gatsby Log for chapters 1-3.
Due Thursday, 11/29:
Read chapters 4-5 in Gatsby and continue log.
Due Friday, 12/7:
Read chapter 8 in Gatsby
Due Monday, 12/10:
You must either email me or give me a hard copy of your final draft of the "Color" project.
Due Tuesday, 12/11:
Vocabulary, Unit 3 Quiz