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Welcome back

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on 12 August 2013

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Welcome back, Joonurs...juneyurs...Juniors!
What have you been doing all
summer, Mrs. F???
Nuts and Bolts
Anglo-Saxons (450-1066)
Beowulf

The Medieval Period (1066-1500)
The Canterbury Tales &
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight

The Renaissance (1500-1660)
Hamlet*

The Age of Reason/Enlightenment (1660-1780)
A Modest Proposal

The Romantics (1780-1830)
Frankenstein

The Victorians (1830-1880)
Wuthering Heights

New Directions (1880-1915)
The Secret Sharer

The 20th Century (1915-?)
Our Man in Havana
Fun (ny) facts about moi...

1. Where did you go to school?

2. Where have you taught?

3. What's up with the nickname "Cricket"?

4. What's the most fun thing you did over the summer?

5. What's your favorite book?

6. What's your favorite movie?

7. What are your hobbies?

8. What's on your i-pod?
Before I forget:

Just a spoon full of sugar
makes the medicine go down...

SAT

Let's get serious....a daily dose
keeps living in Mom's basement away!
..
Part of the following sentence is underlined; beneath the sentence are five ways of phrasing the underlined material. Select the option that produces the best sentence. If you think the original phrasing produces a better sentence than any of the alternatives, select choice A.

Upon its completion in May 1883, the Brooklyn Bridge, a steel suspension bridge linking Brooklyn
to Manhattan as the longest bridge in the world.

A. to Manhattan as
B. to Manhattan, and was
C. and Manhattan, was
D. with Manhattan, it was
E. with Manhattan, as it was
The Answer...?
This is what I've been doing all summer:
And this!
So, why here...why now?
high school
college
grad school
teaching
More thrilling info. you can't live without...
Three truths; one lie:
A. My brother was captain of the soccer and football teams.
B. I was captain of the cheerleading team the year we won State.
C. I was a co-founder of the first Brookstone Croquet Club.
D. I studied in Oslo, Norway after my sophomore year of college.
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