Dates and Contact Information

Contact Ms. Sasso at abasso@snet.net or absasso@gmail.com.
Tutorials: Block 4 Every Day. Saturday 9:30 - 11:30.
BOOK RETURNS: Returned books must have your name in them or you will be charged.

Homework Reminders: Annotations with Introduction Paragraphs for: Facing It, Bereft, To Autumn, and Anthem for Doomed Youth due on 10/12.

Choose one of these poems. Write an essay on how the poet magnifies the poem's meaning through use of stylistic and poetic devices. 10/16

Read: Oedipus at Colonus and Iphigeneia at Aulis. We will begin to discuss these in about two weeks.

CAPSTONE INFORMATION

CAPSTONE PAPER DUE: April 23th
CAPSTONE PAPER REVISIONS DONE: April 30th
CAPSTONE PRESENTATION ELEMENTS DONE: May 7th
CAPSTONE PRESENTATIONS: May 15- 25

Follow this link to the CAPSTONE PROJECT FORM and make sure your project is still the one you plan to present. 

Follow this link to add your project title to my classroom list. 

See CAPSTONE PROJECT SELECTION to find out where and when you will be presenting your project. 

Capstone Project: Information on Writing and Research:
Over the summer, you might want to check out the rubric for your Capstone Projects. Choose a topic you might want to write about, and begin your research.

EasyBib: Sign up for an EasyBib Account if you do not already have one. The Coupon Code right now is: WilburCross2016. Use EasyBib to store your research sources -- and use the summer to read up on your topic.

Research: You should be using authentic sources for your research. You can access the Wilbur Cross Media Center from home. See the "Login Codes" to the right. Tab down on the red books. ICONN's "One Search" is an easy search engine for many sources.