1. Final Project
    1. 4 pieces minimum
    2. creative cover/container
    3. Endnotes
    4. Works Cited
  2. Pages 25-29
    1. Peer Revisions (Peer’s comments on YOUR project)
    2. Rubric (Fill out the self-evaluation sections)
  3. Reflection – page 30
    1. Answer ALL the questions.  Separate grade.

To check for plagiarism:

  1. Go to turnitin.com.
  2. Set up an account.
  3. Class ID: 17996092
  4. Password/Enrollment Key: English2
  5. Submit your papers then wait a couple minutes and it will give you a readout on what is plagiarized.

2081 Video Link – English 3

If you are gone on Thursday (5/17), here is a link to the video that we are watching in class.  it is a visual interpretation of the short story “Harrison Bergeron.”  You also need to answer the questions on the page I handed out in class (page “7.5”).

English III – Literary Analysis Essay

Here are some helpful links on literary analysis essays:




Remember, these won’t give you the answers you need to include in your essay but rather guide you on how you can organize and think about your essay.  This is showing me what you understand and connections you have made within the literary work.

Here is an outline you can use:

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