AP exams are over! However, online classes still have a couple of weeks to go, so do not slack off now!
Advanced Placement Art History: Please make sure you know when your final exam is scheduled for this class and be prepared!
Advanced Placement Calculus AB: Please make sure you know when your final exam is scheduled for this class and be prepared!
Advanced Placement English Language and Composition: Please make sure you know when your final exam is scheduled for this class and be prepared!
Advanced Placement Psychology: Please be sure that you are where you need to be in this online class! If you have tests scheduled, you MUST be ready to take these on time on A days when your class is scheduled with me! Don't forget to schedule your final exam for this class, Monday, June 8th at 12:30.
American Literature: This week we will finish up our exploration of Contemporary American Literature—literature that was written after 1945—with an excerpt from N. Scott Momaday's The Way to Rainy Mountain [2701-2713]. On Friday, be ready with your first presentation for Poetry Island Survivor—Sensory Impressions!
Contemporary Fiction: You need to have finished The Lovely Bones for the blog this week. Please make your first post by Friday midnight and your second by next Monday at midnight. Don't forget that some of you still need to make a selection from The Norton Anthology of Short Stories for your final exam—creating a picture book or a short film. See the assignment handout for more specific details. This project will be presented in lieu of a final exam for the course on Friday, June 5th at 12:30 PM.
Psychology [online]: Make sure that you stay on track with this class, and be clear about when you need to take the final exam—this may NOT match our exam schedule!
Shakespeare's Comedies and Poetry: We will finish reading The Tempest and then watch the Helen Mirren version on film—an interesting twist on the play with Prospero as a woman... Reminder: the Scrap It assignment--literary terms from The Tempest--is due on Thursday, June 4th.
World Literature: We will continue working through our unit Trying to Discern the Thoughts of the Other, with two films from very different parts of the world—China and Afghanistan:
- To Live!
- The Kite Runner
The final exam schedule with an explanation of the policy concerning workshops during exam week is available for download from the sidebar.
This is an A week—our last one!
Teacher Barb :)