Below you will find our homework assignments posted. Each assignment is posted on the day it was assigned.
Always assume the homework is due during the next class period unless I've noted it on the wiki.



Date Assigned and

Assignment Title

Description of Assignment and Handouts

Friday,
May 23th
1. Sign up for our Party on Friday!

2. Prepare your passion project:
Wednesday: Katie & Emma M, Colin & Liam, James, Kris, David, Braden, Lily & Hannah
Friday: Anna, Emma C., Matt, Kaeleigh, Julianne & Emma
Monday, May, 19th to Friday, May 23rd
1. Bring your books to class to turn them in!

2. Senior Appreciation Letters due Friday, May 23rd.

3. Future You Assignment: Due Friday or Tuesday, May 27th.

4. Please sign up here for party items for our party on Friday, May 30th.
Thursday,
May 15th
1. If you have not returned your books yet, please bring them to class on Monday, May 19th.

2. Next week, we will finish Rumors and begin your Senior Appreciation Letters and Future Me projects. No homework this weekend.

Enjoy the prom!
Friday, May 9th
1. Be sure to return all of your literature books to class on Monday, May 12th.
Monday,
May 5th
1. Please remember to bring your practice Q2 and Q1s to class on Wednesday.

2. Also bring your MC Exam you did over the weekend to class.

3. Please review the following two sheets before class on Wednesday:


4. Lastly, spend time reviewing our Q3 review documents and 4-5 passages from each novel or play after you read through the review. Write down character and place names to help you remember them.
Thursday,
May 1st
1. Give yourself 60 minutes to take the MC Exam. Circle/start those terms/questions you most need to discuss/go over. Due Monday, May 5th.

2. Study for our literary terms quiz--Monday, May 5th.

3. Review our Google docs for Q3 preparation. Reread sections from each work.
Tuesday,
April 28th
1. Please be sure to finish filling out your Q3 charts for class on Thursday May 1st--be ready to present your novel overviews after our MC Exam on Thursday. I will be giving you a homework grade for this assignment (as a group). If you have not shared your group's Q3 with me, please do that asap so that I might share it with the rest of the class.

2. Begin studying the terms below for our literary terms quiz on Monday, May 5th. I will hand out paper copies of this form on class on Wednesday.
Thursday,
April 17th
1. Happy Vacation, Everyone!
2. To begin your exam preparation, choose 4-5 key passages to sticky in each of our novels/plays we read this year: Frankenstein, Merchant, Things They Carried, Free Choice Novel, (Ma Rainey we'll do together when we get back). Remember that you will not reread these novels in plays, but you will reread selected sections to review narration and characterization.
Wednesday,
April 16th
Read Merchant of Venice Essay pp. 211-220 at the back of the play. As you read, jot down 5-6 ideas that strike you or that you have questions about. Be ready to discuss them in class tomorrow!
Friday,
April 11th
Merchant of Venice Act V due Tuesday, April 15th.

Enjoy!
Monday,
April 7th
Merchant of Venice Act III due Wednesday & Act IV due Friday (see schedule below). Take notes as you read!
Thursday,
April 3rd
1. Merchant of Venice Act II due Monday & Act III due Wednesday & Act IV due Friday (see schedule below). So, use the weekend to read as much as you can! Take notes as you read!

Pizza Party REMINDER: Don't forget to bring some items in for our Preble Street boxes--win a pizza party for your advisor group! Monday's the last day! Preble Street needs our help!
Friday, March 28th
1. O'Brien essays due Tuesday, April 1st.
2. Merchant of Venice Act I due Thursday, April 3rd.

Upcoming Dates and Deadlines:
March 31-April 4th
T: O'Brien essays due
Th: Merchant of Venice Act I due

April 7th-11th
M: Act II due
W: Act III due
F: Act IV due

April 14-17th
T: Act V due
Th: Merchant review/themes discussion
F: April Vacation Begins!

May 5-9
M: Exam Preparation
W: Exam Preparation
Thursday, May 8th: AP Literature Exam
Exam Parts:
Part I: Multiple Choice (55 questions/60 minutes)
Part II: Essay Section (120 minutes/40 minutes per essay)
Question 1: Poetry (one poem or two to compare/contrast)
Question 2: Prose Passage
Question 3: Open Response
Wednesday,
March 26th
1. Keep working on your O'Brien essay. Papers due Tuesday, April 1st.
2. Merchant of Venice Act I due Thursday, April 3rd!

Upcoming Dates and Deadlines:
March 31-April 4th
T: O'Brien essays due
Th: Merchant of Venice Act I due

April 7th-11th
M: Act II due
W: Act III due
F: Act IV due

April 14-17th
T: Act V due
Th: Merchant review/themes discussion
F: April Vacation Begins!

May 5-9
M: Exam Preparation
W: Exam Preparation
Thursday, May 8th: AP Literature Exam
Exam Parts:
Part I: Multiple Choice (55 questions/60 minutes)
Part II: Essay Section (120 minutes/40 minutes per essay)
Question 1: Poetry (one poem or two to compare/contrast)
Question 2: Prose Passage
Question 3: Open Response
Thursday,
March 20th
1. Begin working/brainstorming for your Q3 O'Brien essay. Please see guidelines attached below. There are three prompts to choose from, so choose the one the appeals most strongly to you. Papers will be due on Tuesday, April 1st--this is a change from what we discussed in class.


Tuesday, March 18th
1. Remember on Wednesday, March 19th, go directly from advisor to the YPAC. Our Vietnam veterans will be there to share their stories and experiences. See you there! Please prepare some questions to ask our vets!

2. Due Thursday, March 20th: The Things They Carried creative writing assignment.

Thursday,
March 13th
1. Finish reading The Things They Carried (finish the novel--enjoy!) for Tuesday, March 18th. Ask yourself, why is Linda in the final chapter of the novel? What's that final chapter about?

2. Write your final reflection also due Tuesday, March 18th.

3. Creative writing due Thursday, March 20th.
Tuesday,
March 11th
1. Reflections due for Thursday, March 11th--page/page 1/2, double spaced and typed.
2. Finish reading The Things They Carried for Monday, March 18th. Final reflection also due.
Monday,
March 3rd
1. Read pp. 1-81 (end at the chapter called "The Dentist") of The Things They Carried. Due Wednesday, March 5th. Sticky up significant passages/striking scenes and take notes as you read.

2. Write ONE reflection (1 1/2 to two pages double-spaced/typed). Due Wednesday, March 5th. This is a change from what we discussed in class.
Thursday,
February 27th
1. Read pp. 1-85 of The Things They Carried. Due Wednesday, March 5th. Sticky up significant passages/striking scenes and take notes as you read.

2. Write ONE reflection (1 1/2 to two pages double-spaced/typed). Due Wednesday, March 5th. This is a change from what we discussed in class.

3. Q3 Timed essay on Monday, 3/3. To prepare, read over the significance scenes in the play and review all of our class notes.
Tuesday,
February 25th
1. Write a 1 1/2-2 page (double spaced) reflection on The Importance of Being Earnest. You have two choices about how to approach your reflection (Due Thursday 2/26):

a. Use one of the prompts on the gray sheet from the Q3 questions from the past and respond to one of those questions as if you were brainstorming ideas before actually writing that Q3.

b. Write a response that addresses these questions: If the purpose of farce, satire, and comedy is to make us laugh but also to make us look at ourselves and our society, what is Wilde's purpose for writing The Importance of Being Earnest? What's this play about (not plot-wise but idea-wise). Why are these characters so superficial and the plot so absurd? Why the title?
Vacation
Homework

Enjoy your vacation!

Monday,
February 10th
1. Final Drafts of Papers due Wednesday, February 12th. Remember to bring the following:
a. all annotated poems b. all source notes c. choose your favorite poems to share with the class d. snack (optional)

2. If you were absent from class today, please do the following:
a. Read The Importance of Being Earnest from pp. 10-26. Answer questions #1-4 with four examples for each question (use quotes and page numbers) on the blue sheets handout called
The Importance of Being Earnest--Tasks for Act I.


Tuesday,
February 4th
1. Great job on your rough drafts today!

2. Final drafts due Wednesday, February 12th. Please let me know if you need to conference before writing your rough draft.
Friday, Jan.
31st
1. Rough draft due Tuesday, February, 4th. Good luck!
Wednesday, Jan. 29th
Rough draft of essay due Tuesday, February 4th.

Good job on outlines!
Monday, Jan. 27th
1. If you have not submitted your outline to Mrs. O'Neill, please be sure you submit your outline no later than the end of the day Tuesday, Jan. 28th (period 5): please hand deliver a paper copy.

2. Begin working on your rough draft: due Tuesday, February 4th.
Thursday,
Jan. 23rd
Poetry Research Paper UPDATED Deadlines:

a. Outline: Monday, 1/27
b. Complete Rough Draft for Peer Edit: Tuesday, 2/4
c. Final Paper: Wednesday, 2/12
Tuesday,
Jan. 21st
Poetry Research Paper Deadlines:

a. Outline: Monday, 1/27
b. Complete Rough Draft for Peer Edit: Friday, 1/31
c. Final Paper: Thursday, 2/6
Thursday,
Jan. 16th
1. Study for our poetry test on Tuesday, Jan. 21st. See guidelines below.
Tuesday,
Jan. 13th

For your poetry test next Tuesday, here are some important things to know/review:


Test Structure

I. Matching Terms
II. Form Poetry and Meter Terms/Identification
III. Short Answer Questions on Poems (below)
IV. Application: New Poem with questions

For the poems below, I would just suggest reviewing your notes from class. We will have selections from the poems provided
for you on the test. If you have read over your notes and are familiar with the poem, you will be able to answer the questions thoroughly.

In-Class Poems:
a. “To His Coy Mistress”
b. “Fear”
c. “My Papa’s Waltz”
d. “The End of Science Fiction”
e. “Siren Song”
f. “Musee des Beaux Arts”
g. “Hitler’s First Photograph”

Form Poems:
h. “One Art” by Elizabeth Bishop
i. “Do Not Go Gentle into that Good Night” by Dylan Thomas
j. “My mistress’ eyes are nothing like the sun” by William Shakespeare
k. “Desire” by Molly Peacock
l. “When In disgrace with fortune and men’s eyes” by William Shakespeare
m. “The Book of Yolek” by Anthony Hecht
n. “Sestina” by Elizabeth Bishop
o. “Unholy Sonnet” by Mark Jarman
p. “What Lips My Lips Have Kissed” by Edna St. Vincent Millay
Friday,
Jan. 10th
Upcoming Deadlines:

a. Reflection 2: Tuesday, 1/14
b. Poetry Test: Thursday, 1/16
b. Outline: Thursday, 1/23
c. Complete Rough Draft for Peer Edit: Wednesday, 1/29
d. Final Paper: Thursday, 2/6

Our Poetry Test will have four parts: matching (for terms), questions pertaining to the poems we've discussed in class, short answer analysis questions connecting devices to meaning, a poem you haven't seen yet and an analysis paragraph.
Monday,
Jan. 6th
to
Friday, Jan.
10th
1. Annotated poems (4) due Wednesday, Jan. 8th
2. Annotated poems (3) & Source Notes #2: Friday, 1/10. Please turn in your last 4 poems due today/Wednesday (7 total).

Upcoming Deadlines:
a. Reflection 2: Tuesday, 1/14
b. Poetry Test: Thursday, 1/16
b. Outline: Thursday, 1/23
c. Complete Rough Draft for Peer Edit: Wednesday, 1/29
d. Final Paper: Thursday, 2/6
Monday, January 6th
1. Annotated poems (4) due Wednesday, Jan. 8th
2. Annotated poems (4--8 total) & Source Notes #2: Friday, 1/10

Upcoming Deadlines:

a. Reflection 2: Thursday, 1/16
b. Outline: Thursday, 1/23
c. Complete Rough Draft for Peer Edit: Wednesday, 1/29
d. Final Paper: Thursday, 2/6

Note: We will be scheduling a Poetry Test sometime soon: date TBA.
Tuesday,
December 17th
1. Reflection #1 Due Thursday, 12/9. Please remember to turn in your 8 annotations (4 graded and 4 non-graded) along with your reflections. Reflections should be 3-4 pages.
Be sure to read over the grading rubric for the reflection on the wiki. If you are using a book to write your annotation in, please photocopy your annotations; I will be grading them over the holiday.

Almost at vacation!
Friday, Dec. 13th
Here are our deadlines for this week:

1. 4 annotated poems & Source Notes #1: Tuesday, 12/17
2. Reflection 1: Thursday, 12/19

One more week 'til winter break!

Wednesday,
Dec. 11th
Please read over the due dates below. I, incorrectly, said that you had your poem annotations and SN #1 due Friday. BUT, I was incorrect--they are due Tuesday of next week. Sorry for the confusion. Although nothing is due on Friday, please keep working on your poem/poems analysis that we've been working on in class. Be aware that both your annotations, SN #1, and Reflection #1 are due next week--Tues. and Thurs. Keep up the good work with your poets!

Project Due Dates:

1. 4 annotated poems for class activity: Wednesday, 12/11
2. 4 annotated poems & Source Notes #1: Tuesday, 12/17
3. Reflection 1: Thursday, 12/19
Monday,
Dec. 9th
1. No homework due Wednesday!
2. Due on Friday 12/7: Source Notes #1 and 4 new annotated poems. Please be sure to use the student exemplars I gave you in class to model your annotations on. You can also use the "Explication of a Poem" and our class notes to help you work your way through your next set of poems. Remember that it's not enough just to mark the literary devices, you should also be drawing conclusions about the connection between those devices and meaning.
Thursday, Dec. 5th
1. Be sure to email me your justification by 4:00 tomorrow Friday, Dec. 6th. Remember to be specific and detailed you your answers. They should be about 1 1/2-2 pages double spaced.

2. Come to class on Monday with four annotated poems from your collection. Use the sample to help you work your way through your poem. I'll also be sending you an electronic version of a paper called "Explicating Your Poem" that will help you guide your annotations and writing about your poems. Bring your annotations/poetry books with you to class on Monday for an activity.

Good luck and have a great weekend!

Mrs. O
Tuesday,
Dec. 3rd
1. POL classroom competition will be Thursday, Dec. 5th. Bring your snack and print off two copies of your poem to class (do this ahead of time so we don't loose class time).
GOOD LUCK!
Remember to focus on the following areas:
a. articulation
b. slow pace
c. passion!
d. gestures (only a few to enhance the work)
e. inflection and tone!
f. have someone check you for accuracy

2. Justifications for free choice fiction novels are due electronically this Friday, Dec. 6th. Please send them via email unless I let you know via email that we'll drop box them.

3. Annotate four poems from your poetry collection for class next Monday, Dec. 9th. Come to class with your annotations completed and ready to discuss.
Friday,
Nov. 22nd
1. Work on your Free Choice Novel Creative Projects. Final projects and presentations due on Tuesday, Nov. 26th. Justifications will be due on the Friday after Thanksgiving, Dec.6th.
Wednesday,
Nov. 20th.
1. Work on your Free Choice Novel Creative Projects. Final projects and presentations due on Nov. 26th. Justifications will be due on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving Tuesday, Dec. 3rd.

2. Come to class on Friday with 1/2 of your Poetry Out Loud poem memorized! If it's a long poem, and that's too much, come with at least 10-15 lines memorized for class on Friday. Poetry Out Loud classroom competition will be held on Thursday, Dec. 5th.

3. Remember on Friday that we will spend 1/2 the class down at the library choosing your poets for our upcoming (AFTER THANKSGIVING).
Monday,
Nov. 18th
1. Work on your Free Choice Novel Creative Projects:
Due date, Nov. 26th! Be ready on Wednesday to let me know what your ideas are for your project. (Sorry we didn't get to this in class on Monday!).

2. Project justifications will be due 12/5 (this is a change in the original due date).
Thursday,
Nov. 16th
1. Begin work on your Free Choice Novel Creative Projects: Due date, Nov. 26th! Be ready on Monday to let me know what your ideas are for your project. Please look over the rubric for the project below. We'll go over it together on class on Monday.

2. Close read your Poetry Out Loud Poem-- Due Mon. No analytical paragraph is needed. Begin memorizing your POL poem! Classroom competition the week of Dec. 4th.
Tuesday,
Nov. 14th
1. Finish reading your Free Choice Classic Novel for Thursday, Nov. 14th. Reading quiz on the final chapters.

2. Do a close reading of a passage from the final chapters of the novel (also due Thursday 11/14). Be sure your passage is from those final chapters.

Upcoming Dates:
a. Close Read your Poetry Out Loud poem for Monday 11/18. Be sure to print two clean copies of your poem for class for discussions.
b. Literary Terms Quiz next Wed. 11/20
c. Library visit to begin Live Poets Research Project next Friday 11/22.
d. Final Creative Project for your Free Choice Fiction Novel Due Tuesday 11/26.
Thursday,
Nov. 7th
1. Start memorizing your POL poem. We will start working on your poems next week.

2. Finish reading your Free Choice Classic Novels--read to the finish!
Tuesday,
Nov. 5th


1.Read your Free Choice Fiction Novels--discussions will be on Thursday 11/7. Be prepared for a reading quiz at the end of the week 11/7.
Bring your books and be ready to discuss for Friday!

Owen Meany: up to and including pp. 509--last half of chapter 8
Huck Finn: Up to and including chapter 34
Beloved: up to and including p. 256
Tale of Two Cities: Up to and including p. 342

2. Do a close reading of a passage from the last two sections of reading and write an analytical paragraph--due Friday 11/15 (next week).

3. Choose your Poetry Out Loud poem--due Thursday 11/7: http://www.poetryoutloud.org/
Friday, Nov. 1
Read your Free Choice Fiction Novels--discussions will be on Thursday 11/7. Be prepared for a reading quiz at the end of the week 11/7.
Bring your books and be ready to discuss for Friday!

Owen Meany: up to and including pp. 509--last half of chapter 8
Huck Finn: Up to and including chapter 34
Beloved: up to and including p. 256
Tale of Two Cities: Up to and including p. 342
Wednesday,
October 30th
1. Read your Free Choice Fiction Novels. Be prepared for a reading quiz at the end of this week Friday, Nov. 1st! Bring your books and be ready to discuss for Friday!

Owen Meany: up to and including middle of chapter 4 pp. 439.
Huck Finn: Up to and including chapter 28
Beloved: up to and including p. 195 End of Book I
Tale of Two Cities: Up to and including p. 274.

2. Reading quiz on above assignments Friday!

HAPPY HALLOWEEN!

Monday, October 28th
1. Your job this week is to read your Free Choice Fiction Novels. Be prepared for a reading quiz at the end of this week Friday, Nov. 1st!
Owen Meany: up to and including middle of chapter 4 pp. 439.
Huck Finn: Up to and including chapter 28
Beloved: up to and including p. 195 End of Book I
Tale of Two Cities: Up to and including p. 274.

2. If you did not complete your free choice close reading and analytical paragraph, please be sure to turn it in by class on Wednesday, this will be our final grade for the quarter!

Great job football and boys' and girls' soccer this weekend--Go, Clippers! Good luck with playoffs.
Thursday,
October 24th
1. Read your Free Choice Fiction Novels--next week, be prepared for a reading quiz at the end of the week Friday!
Owen Meany: up to and including middle of chapter 4 pp. 439.
Huck Finn: Up to and including chapter 28
Beloved: up to and including p. 195 End of Book I
Tale of Two Cities: Up to and including p. 274.

2. Do a close reading of a passage from your free choice novel (as shown in class) and then write an analytical paragraph---please be sure to double space the piece even though my example is not double spaced and use an MLA heading. Remember to try to focus your analysis on theme whenever possible--you'll notice that my example does not emphasize theme enough. Remember that the formula for discussing devices works like this: author + device + reveals what about theme, characterization, character relationships, tone? Analytical paragraphs due Monday, 10/28.

3. We will do a Multiple Choice exam in class on Monday.
Tuesday,
October 22nd
1. Be sure by Thursday you are caught up on your Free Choice Classic reading:

Owen Meany: up to and including chapter 6 (p.336)
Huck Finn: Up to and including chapter 21
Beloved: up to and including p. 156
Tale of Two Cities: Up to and including chapter 25 (p.207)
Wednesday,
October 16th
1. Be sure if you did not finish your Frankenstein Q3 Revision reflections that you finish those for Friday, 10/18. They will be collected and graded.

2. Come to class on Friday, ready to discuss the first chapters of your novels as well as your author bios and literary criticisms. We will do our Ma Rainey Q3 writing in class and then do our discussions afterwards.

3. I will be able to get your college essays back to you by Friday! Final drafts due Tuesday 10/22.
Friday, October
11th
1. Read your free choice fiction novel--be sure you are keeping up with our class schedule. Be sure as you read your novel, you are taking notes as you go. Remember that for class on Friday, 10/18, you should bring one piece of research about your author (biographical) and one piece of literary criticism about the novel itself. We will also meet in small groups and begin discussing the reading so far in your novels--so be sure that your on schedule starting this week!

2. On Friday 10/18, we will take our Ma Rainey Q3 timed essays after we review and study your Frankenstein Q3s and look at some sample AP Q3 essays from an old exam.

Enjoy the long weekend: Go, Clippers!

Monday, October 7th
1. College Essay Draft #1: Because of finish Ma Rainey's Black Bottom next Monday and our field trip Wednesday 10/9, I will not collect a draft of your college essay until Friday, October 11th.

2. Begin doing background research for your free choice fiction novel. Using Marvel, find some background information & literary criticism about your novel and it's author. To focus your research, look up one Marvel article with background information about the author of your book--what was he/she passionate about? Next, find a second article which does a critique of your novel--read and take notes. Begin reading your novels! As you read take notes on characterization, theme, style/language, good quotes, key conflicts, etc. Create a schedule for yourself. Research will be due in class on October 14th. See schedule for reading posted under our Free Choice Fiction page.
Thursday, October 3rd
1. College Essay Draft #1: Because of finish Ma Rainey's Black Bottom next Monday and our field trip Wednesday 10/9, I will not collect a draft of your college essay until Friday, October 11th. But, if you have a draft that you'd like me to look at, you can turn it into me on Monday 10/7.

2. Begin doing background research for your free choice fiction novel. Using Marvel, find some background information & literary criticism about your novel and it's author. Begin reading your novels! Create a schedule for yourself. Research will be due in class on October 14th. This weekend, I will post a reading schedule for each of our free choice novels. I'll send out an email when it's complete.
Monday, Oct. 1st
1. Keep working on your college essay rough drafts! Rough draft #1 will be due on Monday 10/7.

2. Begin doing background research for your free choice fiction novel. Using Marvel, find some background information & literary criticism about your novel and it's author. Begin reading your novels! Create a schedule for yourself. Research will be due in class on October 11th.

3. If you did not have a chance over the weekend to listen to the Podcast about Ma Raieny's Black bottom over the weekend, please come with notes and ready to discuss ideas presented.
Friday,
Sept. 27th
1. Begin doing background research for your free choice fiction novel. Using Marvel, find some background information & literary criticism about your novel and it's author. Begin reading your novels! Create a schedule for yourself. Research will be due in class on October 11th.

2. Begin working on your college essay rough draft--expand on the writing you started in class or begin a new piece--whichever works best for you! Rough draft of your essays will be due on Thursday, October 3rd.

3. Listen to the Portland Stage Podcast about Ma Rainey's Black bottom (interview with the assistant director) posted on our navigation page under the Ma Rainey page. Take notes and be ready to discuss on Tuesday (Podcast is not that long).
Wednesday,
Sept. 25th
1. Begin doing background research for your free choice fiction novel. Using Marvel, find some background information & literary criticism about your novel and it's author. Begin reading your novels! Create a schedule for yourself.

2. Begin reading over the Common Application essay prompts. If you want to start doing some brainstorming, please do!
Monday, Sept. 23rd
1. Prepare for our Q3 Timed Essay on Wednesday. Be sure to fill in our Q3 Review Guide--Googledoc--below.

2. Begin to look over those Common Application essay questions. We'll start writing on Wed. or Friday.

3. Be sure you have chosen one of our free reading classics by Wednesday--we will start those on Wednesday.
Thursday,
Sept. 20th
1. Do some background searching on Amazon about one of our four book choices for our free read: A Prayer for Owen Meany, A Tale of Two Cities, The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, and Beloved. Come to class on Monday with a decision about which of these four tremendous classics you'd like to read.

2. Prepare for our graded discussion on Monday. As you prepare notes and quotes, be sure to think specifically about themes: doppelganger, parent/child relationship (God/Adam), conflict between science and morality (ambition vs. responsibility), what does it mean to be human/a monster?, etc. We'll do our timed essay on Wednesday. Please read over the guidelines below to help you prepare for our timed essay (we'll go over this together on Monday).


3. Work on our Frankenstein Q3 Review Guide for our Timed Essay on Wednesday. This will be due on Tuesday 9/24.

3. Don't forget to bring in your Portland Stage Permission Forms and checks for Monday!
Tuesday,
Sept. 17th
1. Prepare for Frankenstein Vocab. #2 Quiz--Thursday--9/19th. We will have a graded discussion in class on Thursday, so come prepared with your Frankenstein book, quotes to discuss, and your reading notes!

2. Begin working on Frankenstein Q3 Review Guide--due Tuesday 9/24 (we'll go over this together on Monday--don't need to work on it this weekend).

3. Reminder: Q3 Timed Essay on Frankenstein this Wednesday 9/25.

DON'T FORGET TO TURN IN YOUR PORTLAND STAGE PERMISSION SLIPS AND $ THURSAY
Friday,
Sept. 13th
1. Finish reading Mary Shelley's Frankenstein Due Tuesday 9/22. Take notes as you read!

2. Study Frankenstein vocabulary #2--quiz Thurs. 9/24.

3. Please have your parents read and sign the field trip permission form as well as the adult advisory--remember that they have to check either yes or no on the advisory. Bring your slips and money in ASAP. Checks can be made out to YHS.
Monday, Sept. 9th
1. Study for Frankenstein Vocabulary Quiz #1. Quiz this Wednesday 9/11.


2. Prepare for SummerREAD discussions this Friday at 9:30.
3. Finish reading Frankenstein by next Tuesday 9/17.
Thursday, Sept. 5th
1. Finish reading Mary Shelley's Frankenstein pp. 1-80 Due Monday 9/9 Remember to TAKE NOTES as you read!

2. Study Frankenstein vocabulary #1--quiz 9/11. Remember to go over your vocabulary words for our action-packed review on Monday!

3. Please bring your SummerREAD books with you to class on Monday 9/9.
Tuesday, Sept. 3rd
1. "About You" Writing Assignment Due on Thursday, Sept. 5th
2. Begin reading Mary Shelley's Frankenstein pp. 1-80 Due Monday 9/9

PLEASE BRING YOUR FRANKENSTEIN BOOKS WITH YOU TO CLASS
TOMORROW (Thursday)!