Please use your class time on Tuesday to work on your literary analysis paragraph. I have updated the rubric to make it more clear what I expect a literary analysis paragraph to look like and what content it needs to have.
Please use the Pages document to write your analysis--even if you already did it in Quip. I am finding that too many of you are missing key components of the rubric when using the blank rubric in Quip. I know this will require some cutting and pasting, but it will be worth it.
DOWNLOAD THE FULL RUBRIC HERE
We will work together in groups on Wednesday to go over each others paragraphs to help each other write a wham dammer of a paragraph.
Tuesday Night Homework: Finish your paragraph in the rubric. If you finish in class, you do not have any homework.
Other details: Be sure that your reading responses for chapters 17-20 are posted on your blog. That should be completed before class on Tuesday. I will read them on Monday night and grade them. I won't accept late submissions.
Please view this video and show it in class on Tuesday on the screen before starting your work, and post a comment about something new you may have learned. View this in Chrome if the sound is not working on Safari.