Monday, 3-16-15 (Week 27)



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English 10 Honors 2014-2015 Mr. Skousen


Monday, 3-16-15 (Week 27)

Proofreading Warm-ups- correct the following sentences with errors:



  1. The cast of The Tragedy of Julius Caesar includes senators, tribunes, servants, and it also includes friends to Brutus and Cassius.

  2. Brutus and Cassius they conspire to asassinate Julius Caesar.

Journal #7: Some say that Caesar contributed to his death by his own character flaws. Describe these flaws. (5-7 sentences)

Review.


Finish Act III.

Answer questions 1-13, p. 810.



Tuesday, 3-17-15

Combining Sentences- combine each pair of sentences by inserting a word or phrase from one sentence into the other. You may need to add commas or change the forms of words:



  1. We were surprised to see them last night. They were at the concert.

  2. Cam told me about the documentary she watched last night. It was on public television.

Quiz for Acts II-III.

Grammar pp. 91-92: The Progressive Form.

Grammar pp. 93-94: The Uses of the Tenses.

Wednesday, 3-18-15

Acts 1-3 quotations: using your own piece of paper, follow the instructions on the quotations worksheet.


Thursday, 3-19-15

Combining Sentences- combine each pair of sentences by inserting a word or phrase from one sentence into the other. You may need to add commas or change the forms of words:



  1. The recipe called for a cup of carrots. The carrots were shredded.

  2. We saw several dolphins. We were swimming in the Gulf of Mexico.

Journal #8: What kind of leader do you think Antony might turn out to be? What do you think will become of Cassius, Brutus, and the other conspirators? (5-7 sentences)

Begin reading Act IV, pp. 813-831.
Friday, 3-20-15

Combining Sentences- combine each pair of sentences by inserting a word or phrase from one sentence into the other. You may need to add commas or change the forms of words:



  1. Elizabeth received a job offer. The florist near her house made the offer.

  2. Mr. Huang is taking night classes at the university. He is one of my dad’s employees.

Journal #9: Lord Acton once wrote, “Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” What is the meaning of this quotation and how does it relate to The Tragedy of Julius Caesar? (5-7 sentences)

Finish reading Act IV, pp. 813-831.



Answer questions 1-13, p. 832.


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