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"Narrative of the Life of Frederick Douglass, An American Slave, Written by Himself." Nineteenth-Century Literature Criticism. Ed. Russel Whitaker. Vol. 141. Detroit: Gale, 2004. Literature Resource Center. Web. 25 May 2011.
Walter, Krista. "Trappings of Nationalism in Frederick Douglass's The Heroic Slave." African American Review 34.2 (2000): 233. Literature Resource Center. Web. 25 May 2011.
Students MUST turn in a project/series of assignments for "The Crucible" next Friday 11/18 for a major grade.
They have all received an assignment sheet and we will hand out another one today but here is a brief explanation of the assignment.
Points have been designated to each assignment option in 3 layers/tiers of assignments.
Layer C- students must complete 70-79 points in this layer and they have a choice of 10 items to select to earn the required points. One of the best options might be to take the test that is worth 79 pts. The test will be Friday 11/11. Once they have fulfilled these 70-79 pts they need to move to the next layer.
Layer B and A- Students MUST select ONE item from Layer B and ONE item from Layer A to fulfill the requirements of the project.
All of these assignments together will add up to 100 pts. Point values have not been assigned to Layer A and B assignments so they only need to choose one.
We will give time in class to work on these assignments and we will give them an additional project sheet today as well as a written explanation to help them understand the assignment better.
Students are now working to create a portfolio for the class for Current Events.
Each student received a folder today that will be kept in the classroom. They will be responsible for putting their current events assignments into their folder for each unit. We will grade them as we go along through each unit but this will make it easier for us to access the current events. To day students must have 2 current events for Physical Geography, and one for each of the following units: Human geography, North American and Latin America. They are also responsible for 1 current event for Europe and Russia.