Appreciating Shakespeare

What a delight to introduce you to Doctor Gideon Rappaport, another retired educator who keeps sharing his insight and knowledge with those currently teaching.  Doctor Rap, as his students call him, is a former English Department colleague from a school in Southern California.  Dr. Rappaport is a Shakespeare scholar, the…

Revamping Senior Courses?

IT'S  NOT TOO SOON TO PLAN AHEAD. Two senior courses that worked well for college prep students have  a required semester one course with traditional titles followed by semester two their choice of an elective. The first semester REQUIRED includes the traditional classic titles Autobiographical Reading and Writing to prep…

We Share Across Curriculum

Mrs. Roseboro, I wanted to thank you for putting together your collection of math practice sites on your Cross Curricular Resources page! As a library media specialist, I've been handed the task of updating our media center's reference guides with the help of some student volunteers. We're currently working on…

Writing about Poetry with T.I.M.E.

Poetry T.I.M.E. Review elements of T.I.M.E. in this brief slide presentation. Complete an analysis by telling the  T.I.M.E.  of the poem. (See page 5 in handout packet at this link.) Click Writing about Poetry w-Grading Guidelines for printable assignment sheets. Introduction  What is the most memorable idea, image, or literary device you recall…
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