ON DAY OF FINAL -- SUBMIT
1. Take-Home Final Project and Presentation on Waiting for Godot and
2. Their Eyes Were Watching God 3-page Essay
3.. Favorite CW Journal Entry
4. Vocabulary Acquisition #1-32 Cumulative Quiz Score
5. Uploaded to TURNITIN --
Their Eyes Were Watching God 3-page Essay
Macbeth Motif Study Project 1-page Essay
DUE DAY OF FINAL
Take-Home Final Project and Presentation on Waiting for Godot and
Vocabulary Acquisition #1-32 Cumulative Quiz
DUE TUESDAY, MAY 30/Period
Three and Five
WEDNESDAY, MAY 31/Period Two.
CHOICE OF FINAL TAKE-HOME MODERN AND POSTMODERN ARTIST AND ART WORK DUE FOR ALL CLASSES IN GOOGLE CLASSROOM FRIDAY MAY 26
Vocabulary Acquisitions #31-32 DUE THURSDAY, May 18/Periods Three
and FRIDAY, May 19/Period Two
Their Eyes Were Watching God Reading Check Quiz Chapters 7 - 15 THURSDAY, MAY 18/Periods Three and Five
and FRIDAY, MAY 19/Period 2
Their Eyes Were Watching God Reading Check Quiz Chapters 5 and 6 MONDAY, MAY 15/ALL Periods
Macbeth Motif Study Project DUE TUESDAY, MAY 16/Periods Three & Five and
WEDNESDAY, MAY 17/Period Two
Please be ready with CW Journal Entries #25-30 and
Vocabulary Acquisitions #25-30 by TUESDAY, May 16/Periods Three and Five and
WEDNESDAY, May 17/Period Two
*COLLECT ALL Vocabulary Acquisition Entries #1-32
*Choose Favorite CW Journal Entry and Type up One Page Double-spaced
"Hello sun in my face.
Hello you who made the morning
and spread it over the fields
and into the faces of the tulips
and the nodding morning glories...
Watch, now, how I start the day
in happiness, in kindness."
- Mary Oliver, American poet and essayist, from
"Why I Wake Early"
"What is life?
It is the flash of a firefly in the night. It is the breath of a buffalo in the wintertime. It is the little shadow that runs across the grass and loses itself in the sunset."
- Crowfoot Indian saying
Hurston's Their Eyes Were
Beckett's Waiting for Godot
"Theater of the Absurd" reading packet with Themes, Existentialism, Nihilism, and reviews/see website