The image above is the family tree for the characters of the play. Below are the links for the guide questions. The questions are divided into parts: acts I & II and acts III, IV & V. Use them to guide you along in your reading. Also, there is a link for the online version of the play.
Guide questions for Acts I &II
Guide questions for Acts III, IV & V
Link for the play Romeo and Juliet
The date for the exam of the first two acts of the play is going to be on April 25.
Here is a link with extra resources of the play.:
As we discussed in class the date for your exam for the play The Crucible was changed. The new dates are as follows: 11-Mar on the 24 of April, while 11-Ene would be on the 23 of April.
Below will be the link for the play:
The Crucible play
As the final evaluation for our myth unit, you have to prepare an infographic about a chosen myth. In this post, you will find the dates for the hand in and the presentation, as well as the instructions and rubrics for the assignments.
Hand in date of the infographic:
March 5th, via email.
March 4th through 7th
For the instructions and rubrics of the infographic CLICK HERE.
The websites you can use to make the infographic are listed below.
Remember that you can also use programs like PowerPoint and Publisher for your infographic.
Here is a reminder of the dates for your origin myth exams. Below are the dates for the exams, as well as a link to the presentation shown in class and some of the videos we saw in class.
11-Mar, February 25
11-Ene, February 28
Link to presentation
Good Afternoon everyone. Final exams are fast approaching, in this post, you will find the outlines for the material that is going to be included in the final exams.
A quick reminder of your exam next class, November 29. The exam is on the elements of a short story. For the exam, you will need to read the story A Monkey’s Paw (click here for the story).
You can review the elements of a short story by looking at the presentation linked here.
The time to read Frankenstein fast approaches! In this post, I will post useful links with information about the novel. These links will provide you with information about the backstory of the novel, as well as an overview of the plot of the novel. Even if they contain an overview of the novel, they do not replace the actual reading of the novel.
The first set of links are from the youtube channel Crash Course. In these particular set of videos, they discuss the different facets of Frankenstein.