Monday, March 3rd


  • Presentations!
    • Sarah (William Blake)
    • Victoria (John Dryden)
  • Note: There will be a short quiz over all the presentations when we finish. If you were gone, get notes from a friend!

American Literature

  • Note: It is important to take notes over class discussions — the material WILL show up on quizzes and tests.
  • Discussion: Chapters 9-14
  • Quiz: Chapters 9-14

HW: Read Chapters 15-17 and TAKE NOTES 🙂

Honors 11

  • Discussion
    • Why should we do a class movie project?
    • How will I be graded on the movie project?
    • See Unit Links Page for handout!
  • M-D Quiz 7

HW: Begin working on class movie project! You should at least have a solid thesis by tomorrow.


Author: MrsLamp88

Carly (Stahmer) Lamp graduated from the University of Iowa in 2011 with a BA in English and a teaching certificate in secondary English education. Since the fall of 2011, Mrs. Lamp has been teaching English literature and composition courses at Assumption High School in Davenport, Iowa. She currently teaches AP Lit. and Comp. and English 11. Mrs. Lamp also coaches the Academic Decathlon team and runs the AHS ACT Prep Club. Some of her favorite novels include... American Psycho (Ellis) Beloved (Morison) Wide Sargasso Sea (Rhys) All the Pretty Horses (McCarthy) A Farewell to Arms (Hemingway) High Fidelity (Hornby) Heart of Darkness (Conrad) The Catcher in the Rye (Salinger) Catch-22 (Heller) Moby Dick (Melville) The Portrait of a Lady (James) Midnight's Children (Rushdie)

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