Monday November 30th, 2020

Good Afternoon!

*Prose Fiction Terms and Rhetorical Devices Quiz:  Monday December 7th (A-L) and Tuesday December 8th (M-Z)

*Possible short story test as soon as Thursday December 10th (A-L) and  Friday December 11th (M-Z)

*Rhetorical Devices and Strategies:  these are terms you also need to know for a quiz

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*How are we making out with our paragraphs on “Identities”:  time to peer edit and review.

*Essay topics for our synthesis essay

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-We are starting a new short story today

Most Dangerous Game Pre-Reading activity below:

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Most Dangerous Game Short Story below:

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*The Most Dangerous Game:  Character Chart

*The Most Dangerous Game:  Comprehension Questions

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*Allusions in “The Most Dangerous Game

“The Most Dangerous Game”:  Writing activity.   This story ends with an indeterminate ending.  Write a paragraph that would continue after the last paragraph of the story to illustrate how you see the story would go…

*Time to work on our Synthesis essay on Long Long After School and A Teacher’s Rewards

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Online Learners (M-Z)

*Please ensure your paragraph on “Identities” is complete for tomorrow.

*Please ensure your draft for Wednesday Write #1 is complete.

*No Red Ink: please complete this weeks assignment….

Read through the document above on rhetorical devices –but ONLY the last part on arguments.

You will be having a quiz on Prose fiction terms and the arguments section on Friday.

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