We read and discusssed I.iii.100- v.52 today. If you were absent, please get the notes from someone who was here.
I-REPORTS …THESE MUST BE RECTIFIED BY OCT. 31ST.
We finished discussing the novel and watching the last few scenes of the film adaptation of Frankenstein.
The creative writing assignments (gothic horror paragraph) was due today.
Next class, you will be writing the IN CLASS ESSAY on Frankenstein. You may use your novel and CLASS NOTES. Do NOT look on the internet at anything published on the novel. Plagiarism will result in a ZERO.
If you have an I-Report, it means that you are currently NOT PASSING. Please complete all the listed missing assignments no later than Oct. 31st to rectify the situation.
After the results of the debate, the class was given the chance to boost their marks with observations on GOTHIC HORROR, DYNAMIC CHARACTERS, POETIC JUSTICE, CONFLICTS,and CHARACTER FOILS.
We then started some CREATIVE WRITING. Write the opening to a GOTHIC HORROR STORY about the monster encounter his bride. Use your imagination; just be sure that you incorporate the features of gothic horror. This is due on Monday.
Read chapters 22-24 of Frankenstein for next class. The in class essay on the novel will take place on Wednesday, Oct. 19th.
We had our DEBATE today, so we shall hear the judgment on who has won next class.
Please read chapters 19-21 for Thursday’s class.
As we are nearing the end of the novel, the ESSAY is coming up on Oct. 19th. Stay tuned for details!
I-Reports are going out this week; please make sure you have completed all the assignments.
We discussed chapters 10-15 of Frankenstein today, focusing on the DIONYSIAN and APOLLONIAN qualities in Victor Frankenstein and his creature. This culminated in preparations for a DEBATE on whether Frankenstein should creature a bride for the creature or not.
Everyone has been assigned a persona. Come up with an argument either for or against making a bride. Speak from the perspective of the persona you have been assigned. You have 60 seconds to deliver your argument. You will be marked on the CONTENT and the DELIVERY. You should appeal to ethics/credibility, logic, and emotions. (20 marks)
After your 60 seconds of uninterrupted speech, there will be another 60 seconds for questions and answers.
Please read chapters 16-18 (possibly even 19) to prepare for the debate.
We discussed chapters 7-12 of Frankenstein today, which included a READING QUIZ on chapters 10-12. If you were missing, please see me about making up for it.
Read chapters 13-15 for Thursday’s class. These chapters will answer many of the questions that arose in class.