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Upcoming due dates


New 2nd quarter due dates (may change so stay flexible and stay alert!)  Some reading must be accomplished on your own in order to meet the deadlines.

DUE DATES - Most recent due date near the top beginning Dec. 1 (scroll down for previous due dates)

Welcome back after winter break!!   We begin with reading another drama: The Crucible by Arthur Miller

Due dates:

  • Quiz Act 1 on google classroom due Jan. 18 11:59 PM
  • Wednesday, Jan 10 written response to pre-read of The Crucible
  • Vocabulary Thursday, Jan 11
  • Thursday Jan 11 Latin Root quiz 1-30
  • Jan 11 in the media center to complete ACT registration
  • Jan 16 after school Poetry Out Loud competition - come support your class mates and friends
  • Final Test Romeo and Juliet Wednesday Dec. 20
  • Poetry Out Loud Presentations Wed Dec. 20
  • Due Friday Dec. 15 Latin Word Chunk quiz # 1-25
  • Due Dec. 13 quiz on google classroom Romeo and Juliet Act 1-3 due date extended through Dec. 19
  • Friday Dec. 8 quiz Latin Word Chunks # 1-25
  • Romeo and Juliet Act 2 response writing due Thursday Dec. 7
  • Poetry Out Loud presentation Dec. 20-22  (pick a poem by Thursday, Dec. 7)


  • Extra Credit Nov.14 Quiz on Regional Realism video due - google classroom
  • essay response to letter from Guthrie theater actress playing the part of Juliet in the Guthrie Theater production of Romeo and Juliet due Nov. 30 submit in google folder
  • Introduction to Shakespeare quiz (based on introduction to Shakespeare Brief and Naughty video show in class and linked here) due Nov. 14
  • Google slide presentation of The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn/Real World Thursday Nov. 16 
  • Friday Nov. 17 quiz on Latin Word Chunks 1-20
  • Essay Response to issues raised by the letter from the Guthrie theater actress and the class Socratic Seminar.  See more information on the google classroom site.   Due Nov. 30
  • Latin word chunck quiz 1-20 Thursday Nov. 30
  • Written response to Act 1 Romeo & Juliet due Tues. Nov. 28  Choose one of the 3 choices to respond to:
  • 1. Write a description of Romeo based on what you have learned about him so far.  Use specific quotes from the play to support your writing.
    2. Assume that you write an advice column for a newspaper or magazine.  A modern-day Romeo or Juliet writes to you asking for your advice.  He or she explains what happened at the party and also mentions the family feud.  First write his or her letter, and then write your response.
    3. Choose a quotation from any of the scenes in Act I that you feel best characterizes that scene.  In a paragraph, discuss why you think this quotation is significant and effective at conveying the events or emotions of this scene.