JOURNAL TOPIC: ["Foolin" by Def Leppard; "The Fool On the Hill" by The Beatles; "What Kind Of Fool Am I" by Marvin Gaye]
Kind of sad that April Fool's Day falls on a weekend this year and we can't take full advantage. Nevertheless, it makes me think of the surprises in life that require us to think and act in order figure something out. During last week's Socratic seminars many of you talked about how we learn best when there is no safety net and we are confronted with a problem or an opportunity. Describe such an event in your life (whether you were fooled or doing the fooling). ***Relate this to a character in any one of the literature analysis books you've read this year.
2. Writer's conferences
3. Grammar self-assessment
1. Finish ALL outstanding work and make sure your blog is up date. Come Monday there will be no looking back.
2. Evaluate your peers' mindmaps and videos. Review at least 10 blogs from the Member Blogs page and list the top three (with links) in a post on your blog.
3. Familiarize yourself with Shakespeare's Macbeth by perusing the following websites. Take notes. Quiz Monday (4.1)