Wednesday, May 17th

After the last King Lear presentation, we finished discussing chapter one and illustrating how to do passage analyses, incorporate art, and ask provocative questions.  At the end of class, the panels decided on topics and passages.

Please read chapter two for next class when Ashley, Amanda, and Navkiran will be presenting.

PANEL PRESENTATION SCHEDULE

For the PANEL PRESENTATION, each person will:

  1.  present a PASSAGE ANALYSIS from the chapter on the chosen theme…comment on what the passage is about and how it ties into the theme, the use of language, and the purpose of the passage in context of the novel (25 marks)
  2. present a work of ART that is also on the same theme and explain the connections (15 marks)
  3. lead a class discussion with provocative questions on the theme (10 marks)
  4. write a SYNTHESIS PAPER on the theme using the novel, the art, and the class discussion as sources.  This paper is due the class after your presentation (50 marks).
  5. participate in class discussions to earn 5 marks per class (total of 50 marks).

TERM THREE MISSING ASSIGNMENTS LIST

There are only FIVE WEEKS left of English 12.  Please check the I-report list below to make sure that you are passing by completing all the remaining assignments to the best of your ability.

I-REPORTS for those who are not passing right now

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