05/23/12: To Act or Not to Act? That is the question! "Upvote" What it is that you would like to do on the reddit. (Watch "Throne of Blood" or act out Macbeth in class)

*Be sure to check for any new discussions to help classmates out who were absent or have questions:

Still haven't signed up for the reddit?DO IT NOW! Post, Up or Down Vote, Comment, GET ACTIVE! Some Answers for tests are on there :DClass reddit:

*if I removed anything that wasn't supposed to be I apologize and add it back.


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Here you can find our notes, pictures, slides and etcetera. This is for all classes to use as agreed upon by our class, but with one condition.If another class links, copies, or otherwise uses our work, they must attribute to our class and, if able, the person who created the work.We will do the same for you, and if we don't, tell us about it and we will promptly fix it.This was agreed upon as an alternative to making the wiki private.

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    Updated 5/23/12.* ~Quasia (since its so late in the month, I took a screen shot that links straight to the pdf but feel free to take it down and update through Google instead)
    Ms.Cohen has posted May Calendar here:
    Here is our calendar that we will use to keep track of homework assigned each class. ~Sandhiya


    This is currently in testing. I think it requires an email address to comment but you can decide on your username.~Quasia
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    Fun Finds

    October 02, 2011(from Word of the Day on Merriam-Webster Online)

    • newspeak
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    • DEFINITION: noun, often capitalized: propagandistic language marked by euphemism, circumlocution, and the inversion of customary meanings :double-talk
    • "With all the twists and turns of newspeak, it's virtually impossible to figure out exactly what any candidate stands for anymore," complained Brian.
    • DID YOU KNOW?: The term "newspeak" was coined by George Orwell in his 1949 anti-utopian novel 1984. In Orwell's fictional totalitarian state, Newspeak was a language favored by the minions of Big Brother and, in Orwell's words, "designed to diminish the range of thought." Newspeak was characterized by the elimination or alteration of certain words, the substitution of one word for another, the interchangeability of parts of speech, and the creation of words for political purposes. The word has caught on in general use to refer to confusing or deceptive bureaucratic jargon.

    ~ I follow words of the day, and this one from Merriam Webster caught my eye. Look familiar? =) Jenna

    Useful Pages

    What's Where?

    I have created an Page Located Here
    It answers the Question "What's Where?"

    Extra Credit Opportunities

    Ms.Cohen's Ap Lang Page
    and Don't Forget to Check here for updates and more Extra Credit.

    Other Classes Wikis

    So we can lurk them.
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