Here are the materials from last week:
Exam materials available (exam will be an essay, and will involve Macbeth); here is the handout; here is the screencast.
From Friday's Zoom call:
This is the handout we used on the call.
Here is an essay checklist.
You should check your Jupiter and make sure that you have read over any returned papers (file is called "feedback.pdf" in your turn-ins).
Here are some sample structures for comparison and contrast essays. Here is a screencast that explains these structures.
You'll get your prompt in your Jupiter message inbox by 9am Tuesday morning.
A student who uses regular time should spend 30 minutes planning her response. Then, she should spend 45 minutes writing.
She should handwrite her essay, double-spaced on loose leaf paper. Please use pen.
When she is finished, she should scan her response as one pdf document (of several pages) and upload to the assignment/turn-in in Jupiter.
All regular-time tests should be handed in by 10:30am--this deadline includes 15 minutes for scanning and uploading.
A student should not use the Internet once she has opened the prompt.
Please remember to turn in your Macbeth book at textbook turn-in so that I can give you credit for annotations. I'll give you your book back in September.
There's a slot in Jupiter for turning in (as a pdf, please) your final inferences about your word journal. I am really curious about what conclusions you draw from your findings! Bothering to articulate your inferences in a formal enough way for me to read them is also worthwhile studying. One or two paragraphs with connections to the text (a few key quoted passages, blended and cited) will be sufficient
Finally, thank you for all so much for your work, energy, creativity, and resilience during this difficult time!