Category Archives: Major Assignments: EES81QFC

One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest 1950s and 1960s Historical and Cultural Context

Due Dates: -Friday, January 17: Peer Editing (printed presentations) -Tuesday, January 21, 11:59 pm: Email your powerpoint presentation to Mswartz (at) schools (dot) nyc (dot) gov SEND AS A POWERPOINT ATTACHMENT; DO NOT SHARE GOOGLE DOCS WITH ME. -Thursday, January … Continue reading

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Romeo and Juliet Group Performances

Due Dates: -Wed, December 4 -Friday, December 6: In-class preparations and rehearsals -Monday, December 9: Promptbooks Due in class (and character reports on Turnitin before class). -Monday, December 9 and Tuesday,  December 10: Group performances This post contains group and … Continue reading

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Who Controls the Past

Due dates: -Monday, November 4: First draft due in class for peer editing. -Wednesday, November 6: Final draft due in class and before class on Turnitin Who Controls the Past As we near the end of 1984, I present you with the … Continue reading

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Perfect Paragraph Revisions

Due Date: -Monday, October 28:  Revisions due in class and on Turnitin before class Over the past two days, we have been going over aspects of style and grammar that could be improved in your Perfect Paragraphs.  Your next assignment … Continue reading

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Perfect Paragraph

Due Dates: -Wednesday, September 25: First draft in class for peer editing -Monday, September 30: Final draft in class and before class on Turnitin.com Perfect Paragraph: Analyzing Short Stories For many people, one of the most difficult challenges in writing … Continue reading

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