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Welcome to our Accelerated Standard, Honors & AP English IV Wiki
I've changed this page to fit my SOC students' needs.
Please check out the new Beowulf text here:
AP/Standard Beowulf Text
Hello students, parents and friends,
My name is Ms. Whitted and it is my distinct pleasure to teach you/your child for the length of time he/she is assigned to my classroom. Below are a copious amount of important documents you should peruse. Please feel free to email me if you have any questions at:
E-mail is the best venue of communication for me.
Weekly Vocabulary Fitness Regimen.doc
Essay Pointers From AP Scorers.doc
Extremely Important Information About Ms. Whitted's Grading Policies:
She does not provide extra credit.
She does not give out make-up work packets.
She DOES work proactively with parents to assure they are abreast with the information they need to know about their child's success in the class (or lack thereof).
She provides ELECTRONIC progress reports. If you would like one, please e-mail a request to
She does not accept assignments more than three days late. Assignments that are late are assessed a seven point penalty each day until they are turned in (this includes weekends). On the fourth day, student work is not accepted and the student recieves a 10% grade. Here are the following exceptions to this policy: Students who are sick are given up to five days to turn in missed work. Students who have an IEP, a 504 Transition Plan or are Homebound will be assessed according to their prescribed paperwork.
Ms. Whitted has a NO zero policy; however, students who recieve 10% as a grade for a missed assignment must understand that he/she will still receive a failing grade.
Current Unit Documents:
At the beginning of the school year, we started Unit 1 with Beowulf
In Unit II, we will explore Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. Get ready to create your own short film version of a tale.
Independent Tales Assignment.doc
Canterbury Tales Re.doc
Are you having a difficult time keeping up with the reading and assignments? Here are the Tales:
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Would you rather listen to the tales?
Listen To The Canterbury Tales
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After Canterbury Tales, we'll begin Unit III with Aristotle's Poetics' tenets of Tragedy and the Tragic Hero:
If you've lost your version of
, here are BOTH the Modern as well as the Shakespearean version (remember, I will NOT make more copies):
Modern and Shakespearean Version of Othello
Rendering Rhetoric! Keeping it Rhetorical (Well, not really):
Literary Criticism Analysis Prompt.doc
The Poetry...The Poetry Terminology Powerpoint will help you better understand the literary devices you are expected to analyze for this course:
We will continue to review Satire in each genre we cover. Be sure to familiarize yourself with this section of the class:
Parody vs Satire
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