Today you had the period to write an outline. Please read chapters 18-21 with a journal for TUESDAY JANUARY 30TH. Study for your final this weekend!
Today we talked about chapters 12-15. Please read chapters 16-17 with a journal for tomorrow.
For your reference:
Chapter 16 (“Cursed, cursed creator”)
Chapter 17 ("The being finished speaking")
Today you took the vocab quiz. Please read chapters 14-15 tonight for homework. No journal required.
Today we talked about chapters 9-11. Please read chapters 12-13 with a journal for homework. Vocab quiz tomorrow!
For your reference:
Chapter 12 (I lay on my straw, but I could not sleep. )
Chapter 13 ("It is with considerable difficulty that I remember the original era of my being; all the events of that period appear confused and indistinct. ")
Today we talked about chapters 7 and 8. Please read chapters 9-11 with a journal for Tuesday. Your vocab homework is also due. I've attached your study guide for the final below!
Today we talked about chapters 5 and 6. Please read chapters 7 and 8 for tomorrow (6 and 7 for 1818 version). No journal, but you need to make sure you have completed the TPCASTT on your poetic allusion.
Here are the beginning lines of 7 and 8 for your reference:
Chapter seven ("On my return, I found the following letter from my father:— .") and chapter eight ("We passed a few sad hours until eleven o'clock, when the trial was to commence.")
Today you took the vocab quiz and had work time. Please read chapters 4-5 in the 1818 version and 5-6 in the 1831 version and complete your journal.
Here are the starting lines for your reference:
Chapter five ("It was on a dreary night of November that I beheld the accomplishment of my toils.") and chapter six ("Clerval then put the following letter into my hands.").
I've attached the next vocab list below. Please complete the vocab homework by Tuesday of next week.
Poetry allusion analysis is due Friday!
Today we talked about chapters 1 and 2 of Frankenstein and discussed the differences between the 1818 version and the 1831 version.
If you have the 1818 version you will be reading chapters 2 and 3 tonight (I know you already read chapter 2: revisit it!)
Otherwise you are reading chapters 3 and 4.
Here are the beginning lines of each chapter if you need it!
"When I had attained the age of seventeen"-"From this day natural philosophy, and particularly chemistry"
Today we talked about the letters at the beginning of Frankenstein. Please read chapters 1 and 2 and complete a journal for tomorrow. I've attached the vocab definitions (we will check these off tomorrow) as well as the poetry assignment due Friday. We will talk more about this tomorrow.
Here is the mindfulness survey for 3 points of extra credit!
Today we did a practice IOC. Please read the letters (all 4) at the beginning of Frankenstein. Complete the following chart to turn in on Monday: