KJ Homework for Dec 12th meeting

Homework for December 12th class 1. Keep going with Count of Monte Cristo. 2. Re-read the story from last week (A Jury of Her Peers) and find evidence to answer/support any two of the short answer questions, and one of the longer answer questions. Be ready to discuss together, and … Read more

Homework for Dec 12th, 2013 class

Homework for December 12th class 1. Keep going with Count of Monte Cristo. 2. Re-read the story from last week (A Jury of Her Peers) and find evidence to answer/support any two of the short answer questions, and one of the longer answer questions. Be ready to discuss together, and … Read more

Homework for Thursday, Nov. 14th

1. We talked about books to put on our reading list, and this is what you picked: –Count of Monte Cristo, Alexandre Dumas — Brothers Karamazov, — Catch-22, Joseph Heller — Moby Dick — Don Quixote — Candide by Voltaire Some other possibles: — The Things They Carried by Tim … Read more

31Oct2013 KJ homework for next meeting

1. Link to Tintern Abbey poem by William Wordsworth http://www.bartleby.com/145/ww138.html –Print this out, and take any notes about what you notice right on your copy.  Think about what the poem means, what the author was trying to get across (this is a long poem, so there is a lot Wordsworth … Read more

17Oct13 KJ Co-op Meeting

–We read out loud together Canto 14 from the Inferno, which was an interesting experiment, since we all agreed we enjoyed hearing/reciting it quite a bit, and it made more sense as well, or was at least easier to figure out what was happening when compared to reading it. –we … Read more

Homework for 17Oct13 Mtg

–Dante’s the Inferno, please have read Cantos 14-17, be ready to give a summary (it isn’t a bad idea to write out a quick summary of each canto in your notebook, since it helps to ensure you understand what you just read!). We will be moving more quickly through Dante … Read more

KJ Co-op Homework for week of October 2nd, 2013

1. For this week, please finish the paragraphs on the poem we read, A Greek Legend by John Fowles –we went through and analyzed the question “Was the mason’s sacrifice of his wife worth it for his art (bridge staying up)?”, discussing various rhetorical topics of definition (what is art? … Read more