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Ms Lockhart

Email: 
slockhart@amherst.k12.va.us
Phone: 
434-528-6499 ext

November 24 & 25

Pre-AP 10

Monday- Viewing either 'To Kill a Mockingbird' or 'Lord of the Flies' -- When complete students will compose a short critique examening similarites and differences between the novel and the film. 

Tuesday-  " "

Wednesday- NO SCHOOL--THANKSGIVING BREAK

Thursday NO SCHOOL - THANKSGIVING BREAK

Friday- NO SCHOOL THANKSGIVING BREAK

Pre-AP Homework:

Due Monday, December 1, 2014: Click o below and use these links below to complete the chart that was provided in class. 

Part I-- http://www.nga.gov/image/a00000/a0000053.jpg 

Part II-- http://www.nga.gov/image/a00000/a0000054.jpg

Part III -- http://www.nga.gov/image/a00000/a0000055.jpg

Part IV -- http://www.nga.gov/image/a00000/a0000056.jpg

When you have examined the paintings and have completed the organizational chart, answer the following questions on the back of the chart:
  • Which objects or figures appear in all of the paintings?
  • Which objects or figures only appear in one of the paintings?
  • What is the overall theme that runs through all of these paintings? Explain your answer, citing evidence from the painting.

Also--if you did not complete the questions for structure in Lord of the Flies these need to be complete for Monday, December 1, 2014: 

b. Lord of the Flies, William Golding

        i. What social structures existed within the novel?

        ii. What traditional structures existed within the novel?

        iii. IN what ways were these structures positive? In what ways were these structures negative?

        iv. Did some of these structures need to be broken?

        v. Who broke these structures and what was the result?

        vi. Compare the role of traditional and social structures between this novel and the last. What seminaries and differences do you see.

        vii. Record any other relevant observations or things that you find interesting between the two novels or how structure was handled. 

English 10

Monday--. Students will view 'To Kill a Mockingbird'. They will compose a one page critique discusssing the similarities and differences between the film and the novel.
 
Tuesday-- Students will view 'To Kill a Mockingbird'. They will compose a one page critique discussing the similarities and difference between the film and the novel. 
 
Wednesday-- NO SCHOOOL -- THANKSGIVING BREAK
 
Thursday-- NO SCHOOL -- THANKSGIVING BREAK
 
Friday--  NO SCHOOL -- THANKSGIVING BREAK
 

 

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