Drama lit. terms quiz- Friday, March 16th
the terms below will be on the quiz
diction dramatic structure symbol dialogue
classical allusion iambic pentameter monologue foil character
mood Shakespearean tragedy soliloquy meter
pun Shakespearean comedy couplet blank verse
plot universal theme drama aside
Curious Incident with the Dog in the Night-time quiz Thursday, March 22nd
over- chapters 97-131 pp. 24-39 on PDF
A parent approval will be coming home this week verifying that you will allow your child to research their chosen topic.
There will also be a place to initial that you are aware of the Plagiarism boundaries and consequences associated with them. (see link below)
Pope High School Plagiarism Contract
Copy info. on this form & paste it on a Google Doc. to share with me at email@example.com- be sure to retitle it (period # & last names of group)
You will begin to read The Curious Incident with the Dog in the Night-time by Mark Haddon
Below is a link to an audiobook version:
Here is a study guide- same as the one I gave you in the beginning. Know all of the terms, characters and stories.
Odyssey test review sheet
Here’s a good summary to watch before the test-
Here is part two of the History Channel’s Odyssey section- you don’t have to know this, but we won’t finish it in class and it’s cool!
Open document below & follow directions:
Interpreting Dreams and Genre Search
Below is a link to the entire Odyssey section found in our book.
“Cyclops” story is found around minute 6.