The Class of 2017 is selling lunch from Taste Unlimited on Tuesdays--orders must be in by the end of Meeting for Business! Check with Teacher Jeff or a member of the Class of 2017 to order.
The Class of 2020 is selling lunch from Panera on Wednesdays--orders must be placed by Tuesday morning. Check with Teacher Danny or a member of the Class of 2019 to order.
The Class of 2018 is selling lunch from Firehouse Subs on Thursdays--orders must be in by Advisory on Thursday. Check with Teacher Ebony or a member of the Class of 2018 to order.
The Class of 2019 is selling lunch from the Daily Grind on Fridays—orders must be in by Thursday at 3:00 PM. Check with Sophie, Sharon, Briella, or Makayla to order.
American Literature: We will continue with Early American Literature 1700 – 1820: An Expanding World Leads to an Enlightenment, a Great Awakening, and a National Identity by discussing a writing assignment covering the women poets we read last week and then reading independently. Reminder: the Tombstones and Obituaries projects are due on Thursday, March 2nd!
Art History II: We will continue with The Age of Revolutions, reading the following selections from out textbook:
- Romantic Landscapes in Britain and America
- German and Scandinavian Romanticism
- French Romanticism
- Painting in Victorian Britain
- Academic Art in Europe
- French Realism
- French Landscape, the Barbizon School
Contemporary Fiction: We will continue with Snow Falling on Cedars. You need to finish the book by the end of NEXT week in order to respond to the journal prompt—the prompt covers chapters 16 – 32 and is due Friday, March 10th.
Shakespeare's Comedies and Poetry: Block 4, we will assign parts and begin reading out A Midsummer Night's Dream. Block 6, we will finish watching Love's Labour's Lost and then move on to assigning parts and reading out A Midsummer Night's Dream.
World Literature: This week we continue with our theme of Travel and Self-Recognition in the Face of the Other with Dante and Chaucer:
- Dante: The Divine Comedy [DVD]
- Dante Alighieri: selections from The Divine Comedy
- Geoffrey Chaucer: an introduction and “The General Prologue” and “The Miller's Prologue and Tale” from The Canterbury Tales [1163-1169, 1170-1204]
Online Classes: please make sure that you are on track and on task!
This is a B week.
Teacher Barb :)