1. Prepare for tomorrow's discussion by reading the two Icarus poems you received in class today.
2. Begin working on the Parallel Events work for APH, due next Monday.
After viewing only a few of the many paintings of this myth that have been created over the centuries, your task for the weekend is to reflect. In your opinion, why does this story inspire artists regardless of the time period?
Compose 2-4 paragraphs please.
Read and analyze "The Possessive" by Sharon Olds. Complete the prompt at the bottom of the page.
Prepare for your presentation of "It's a Woman's World" for tomorrow's class.
Complete the graphic organizer for the Vendler style analysis. Also, compose an introductory paragraph for the two Penelope poems.
1. Prepare for your tone/style song analysis presentations:
Tuesday: Sarah and Alisa, Zoe, Max and Conor
Wednesday: Maya and Kelly, Hannah and Grace, Taylor and Leah, Kellyn and Olivia
2. Read and annotate the "Ecclesiastes" excerpt in preparation for class discussion on Thursday. Be sure to analyze how the different perspectives (young/old) influence how the ideas being conveyed are interpreted. Bring your essay to Thursday's class, printed, and in MLA format.
Use the TPSFASTT method to analyze "It was not death, for I stood up" by Emily Dickinson and "The Giant Slide" by Ted Kooser. Record your analysis in your dialectical journal.
In addition, add the other poems we have read this week to your journal:
Finally, be working on Lit Devices to be turned in on Friday. There are 13 Fridays left to turn in Lit Devices. If you start now, you will be able to have three weeks with no Lit Device homework!
Plan ahead and manage your time wisely. ; )