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PostSubject: Writing HW due SUNDAY, JAN. 31ST:    Tue 26 Jan 2016, 6:37 pm


HW:  Do in the following order/*EMAIL YOUR ESSAY TO ME BY SUNDAY NIGHT, JAN. 31st, BY MIDNIGHT!
     1)  IF YOU FEEL LIKE YOU NEED SOME EXTRA HELP…PLEASE CONTACT ME & I WOULD BE HAPPY TO MEET WITH YOU SOMETIME THIS WEEK ONE ON ONE.  IF YOU’RE NOT READY TO DO THAT JUST YET, THEN YOU MIGHT WANT TO RE-READ, STUDY, & APPLY THE FOLLOWING TO THIS WEEK’S ESSAY: 
                 a.  Format for the 5 Paragraph Essay & Tips
                 b.  5 Par. Essay Rubric
                 c.  Helps & Tips for Improving Your Essay
                 d.  Five Paragraph Essay Booklet (23 pages)
                 e.  Tips on How to Write a Good Conclusion
      2)  Read p. 114-140 (ch. 9-11)  study
      3)  Answer the following essay question THOROUGHLY: 
Having had an idyllic childhood which Jean Louise gives credit mostly to her father, Atticus, she seemingly “did not know that she worshipped him” (118).  She puts him high on a pedestal that is about to come crashing down along with everything else which is most important to her in her world.  In ch. 9, JL ruminates about her father’s strong character traits that he has imparted to her and makes her who she is.  Then, in ch. 10, she does a complete turnabout and thinks in regards to Atticus, “If you had only spat in my face…” (119).  How does she initially react to this deeply disturbing conundrum that she faces? Discuss 3 points of proof. 

 
4)  Vocabulary Words:  Be sure to use 3 of the 6 following vocabulary words in your essay (SEE RUBRIC #14)
      a.  prowess (n.) – superior strength, courage, or daring especially in battle.
      b.  complacent (adj.) – smug self-satisfaction; pleased, especially with oneself or one's merits, advantages, situation, etc., often without awareness of some potential danger or defect.
      c.  insular (adj.) – typical or suggestive of the isolated life of an island.
      d.  obscure (adj.) – dimly sensed or perceived; not readily apparent.
      e.  erudition (n.) – deep extensive learning.
      f.   conundrum (n.) - a situation where there is no clear right answer or no good solution; difficult dilemma.  scratch
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