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.
In the first unit of this trimester, we are covering the unit of parody and satire as a tool for awareness in society. The assignment for this class includes the elements of satire as well as Disney movies. Attached to this post are the instructions and rubrics for the presentation.
The daye of the presentations are:
October 25, 11-Mar
October 26, 11-Ene
Presentation Instruction and Rubric
Looking forward to your presentations!!
During the second trimester, some of you are going to do the scheduled reading for the class. Attached to this post are the reading deadlines along with the links to the novels that you need to read.
Novel: Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.
November 5, chapters 1-6
November 16, chapters 7-12
November 12-13, Introduction and chapters 1-8
November 29-10,chapters 9-16
December 5-6, chapters 16-24
This is reminder that your essayd are due this week. Below are the instructions and rubric for the assignment. Remember that you can hand in the essay via e-mail.
August 30th: 10-Yol, Jen; 11-Mar
August 31st: 9-Gra; 10-Pab; 11-Ene
9th grade essay instructions
10th & 11th grade essay instructions
In this post are the outlines for the final exams. For those who are taking the final exam, can go over the material according to your grade using your grammar workbook and the platform. Click on your respective grade to open the final exam outline*.