Notebook Check- 11/18/2016- 19 pts total
3-ring binder or spiral notebook
All papers in appropriate section
o Cell theory, structure, function
o Cell Transport
o Cell Respiration
o Cell Reproduction
Bell work (1 pt each)
0.05 Potluck Preparation
Things Fall Apart
Theme: Culture is one of many influences that determines ones fate.
Poems: Okonkwo by Sterling Heights and Daddy by Sylvia Plath
Short Story: Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been? by Joyce Oates
Music: The He
AP Psych Unit 3B- The Brain
Brain + body = mind. Brain enables the mind.
Scientists can selectively lesion (destroy) tiny clusters of normal or defective brain cells, leaving the
surrounding tissue un harmed. Such studies showed damage to on
AP Psych Unit 14
Social Psychology- the study of how we think about, influence, and relate to one another.
Attributing Behavior to Persons or to Situations
Attribution theory- theory that we explain someones behavior by crediting either the situation or
In Conrad's Heat of Darkness, Kurtz is portrayed as the primary antagonist. His violent and deceptive
characteristics add meaning to the piece of literature.
Kurtz is first introduced in the novella as ambitious, in a positive way. Marlow, an employee an
Gift of the Magi Analysis Chart
Short Story Elements
Example from Story
Will you buy my hair?
Tone or Mood
Significance to Story or
Impact on Story
Della is willing to sell her
hair and sacrifice her
Unsuspected Destination: A Good Man is Hard to Find
1. Choose two of the following characters. For each character include three
quotations from the story to show OConnors characterization of the two
characters you have chosen. Explain the characters natur
Wuthering Heights Summary
Begins with speaker, Mr. Lockwood, visiting his landlord Mr. Heathcliff, anticipating theyll have a lot
in common. Lockwood is nave.
Heathcliff doesnt seem happy about renting the house, Thrushcross Grange, to Lockwood
Part B Heart of Darkness
Consider how the following reveal the hypocrisy of imperialism. Record your ideas
below in complete sentences. Use examples from the text.
1. Different settings. Consider how Kurtz and the pilgrims act differently in the