Announcements

Crime and Punishment 2018

January 8:     Part 1 (74 pages) and Background Projects
January 16:  Part 2 (90 pages)
January 29:  Part 3 (70 pages)
February 5:   Part 4 (66 pages)
February 12:  Part 5 (64 pages) and Acting Project
February 20:  Part 6 (80 pages)
February 26:  Epilogues (14 pages)
March 5:         Paper due = Multiple choice test and Open Question Essay


Third Nine Weeks (January 3, 2018 – March 16, 2018) 
*No School on January 15, February 19, 2018
Early Dismissal on March 16 

January 3:         Crime and Punishment  by Fyodor Dostoevsky
                        Introduction and background information
                        Presentation of background information projects.
                        Read and discuss Part I
                       Assign Literary Criticism Paper (Due February 26)

 January 8:         Crime and Punishment  by Fyodor Dostoevsky
                        Discussion and analysis of Part I                       

January 16:      Crime and Punishment  by Fyodor Dostoevsky
                        Discussion and analysis of Part II

January 22:       Crime and Punishment  by Fyodor Dostoevsky
                        Discussion and analysis of Part III    

 January 29:       Crime and Punishment  by Fyodor Dostoevsky
                        Discussion and analysis of Part IV

 February 5:       Crime and Punishment  by Fyodor Dostoevsky
                        Discussion and analysis of Part V

February 12:     Crime and Punishment  by Fyodor Dostoevsky
                        Discussion and analysis of Part VI
                       Assign The Things They Carried readings, projects, and papers.

 February 20:   Crime and Punishment  by Fyodor Dostoevsky
                        Discussion and analysis of the Epilogues

February 26:  Crime and Punishment by Fyodor Dostoevsky
                        Multiple Choice Test
                        AP Lit Exam Essays 2, 3 related to Crime and Punishment
                        Focused practice on AP Literature Exam Question 3:  The Open Essay                                                      Question
                         Read and analyze a variety of samples from previous AP exams
                         Write in-class essays

 March 5:  AP Lit Exam Review:  Multiple Choice
                        Essay 1 (poetry)  Essay 2 ( prose)  Essay 3 (Open Question)
                        Assign Review Projects 

March 12:  AP Lit Exam Review:  Multiple Choice
                        Essay 1 (poetry)  Essay 2 ( prose)  Essay 3 (Open Question)
                        Student present Review Projects