Below are the documents we used. Be sure you also check Google Classroom (see Mrs. Turner for your class code) to access the group notes page from our discussion.
Assignment for Monday 9/18 and Tuesday 9/19: The Hunt
CHECK NEW DUE DATES ON THE CALENDAR, NOT ON THE ASSIGNMENT ITSELF.
Interpretive Thesis Statements This is the Powerpoint we used to explain Thesis writing.
Writing Good Interpretive Thesis Statements This is the same handout that’s found on page 27 of the Black Folder.
Assignment for Wednesday 9/13 and Thursday 9/14 : The Mask
Assignment for Monday 9/11 and Tuesday 9/12
Below is the powerpoint we used in class, along with examples of “chunks” for the pictures we analyzed.
Remember the goal here: I want you to HEAR the language of intelligent discourse. I want you to read well-scaffolded argument — argument that’s back by solid, real evidence rather than opinion.
I want you to be able to say honestly, “I can see the reasoning, even if I disagree.” And I want your disagreement to be grounded in solid, real evidence as well.
Check FREQUENTLY for calendar updates. Last updated 19 September 2017
Click on these titles for documents we use in class.
JHHS Literature Toolbox The BLACK FOLDER. This is your one-stop-shop for all the general “How-To” handouts we use in class. Check here first.
Literary Reduction 2 This is a Word file that you can type on (if you can access Word.)
Proofreading Marks (Look here to decode the marks I make on your papers.)