from:McSwain, Emily

to:English Track, 12

Time March 22, 2012

/For Saturday May 19: Finish answering questions about Canto 1 of The Inferno /For Thurs May 17: 1-2 pp of your confessions. /For Thurs May 10: read up to"silently acquiesced" /For Wed May 9: Read up to "my momentary absent-mindedness" /For Tues May 8: Finish Bartleby PDF and reading up to "the fourth I knew not who had" /For Wed May 2: read up to p 69 and work on project due Saturday /For Tues May 1: Questions I sent about Act 2. /For Saturday Apr 28: 2 pp response on Act 1. /For Thurs Apr 26: Finish act 1 and do double column notes again. Also, poem in your pocket day! /For Wed Apr 25: read up to Krogstad leaving on page 17 and fill out notes sheet I sent /For Tues Apr 24: finish preparing presentations with partner /For Saturday Apr 21: Finish your paper! Be sure to focus on your writing goals. /For Thurs Apr 19: Finish "Recitatif" and be ready for a quiz. /For Wed Apr 18: Write a poem about a city (like Sandburg), about life (like Arnold) OR about the mind and thinking (like Wilbur) /For Thurs Apr 12: Active reading of Wilbur's "Mind", "The Beautiful Changes", and "Love Calls Us to the Things of this World". /For Wed Apr 11: Active reading Matthew Arnold poems /For Tues April 10th: Active reading Carl Sandburg poems /For Thurs Apr 5: write a 2 pp response comparing and contrasting Bishop and Williams' use of imagery and asserting which you find to be more effective. Look over previous assignments to make sure you do not repeat mistakes! /For Tues Apr 2: Complete active readings and responding for Elizabeth Bishop AND William Carlos Williams /For Saturday Mar 31: write a poem in the style of "Grasshopper" on paper or in Pages. /For Thurs Mar 28: active reading of Cummings poems /For Wed Mar 28: two-page analytical response on Rilke - mention poetic devices and correctly use quotes / For Tues Mar 27: complete poetry packet reading and response to Rilke poems. /For Saturday Mar 24: two pages double spaced analyzing "Fundamentalism" and "Blood" focusing on one poetic device you have heard of before, and one that is new to you

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