Day 16- Feb 2 - LA11 American Literature and Composition...

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Unformatted text preview: LA11: American Literature and Composition Tuesday, February 2nd 2010 Tuesday, February 2nd Today's Agenda Socratic Seminar: Poetry and "Dust Tracks on a Road" Short Stories: Overview and Choose "The Jilting of Granny Weatherall" by Katherine Ann Porter or "A Worn Path" by Eudora Welty. You need to read your story and complete the accompanying reading guide. What you don't finish in class today is homework. Tuesday, February 2nd Note to Absent Students Post on the turnitin.com discussion board for points for today's Socratic Seminar. Pick up a short story worksheet upon your return and be sure to read and complete the assigned tasks. Tuesday, February 2nd Socratic Seminar: Today we will focus our discussion on the two readings you completed in class yesterday. Use your answers as a basis for discussion and be sure to add to them as we discuss. (Ideally, you will make these additions in a different color to demonstrate your active listening and participation in the discussion...) Tuesday, February 2nd Homework for tonight: Finish reading the short story (make sure you read twice ... there is a lot going on in these stories that you need to make sure you are getting!) We will discuss these stories in class on Block Day! ...
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