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How growing up shapes our identity

How growing up shapes our identity

A tale of two starcrossed lovers

A tale of two starcrossed lovers

Friendship, Loyalty, and Rabbits

Friendship, Loyalty, and Rabbits

Sometimes Doing What is Right Isn't Easy

Sometimes Doing What is Right Isn't Easy

The Temperature at Which Books Burn . . .

The Temperature at Which Books Burn . . .

Tanya Misfeldt

Misfeldt, Tanya (408) 522-2488 ex.3872 English Teacher

Teaching Schedule

 

Period 1 Lit/Writing SH Room 42
Period 3 American Lit Room 42
Period 4 Academic Foundations Room 76
Period 5 American Lit Room 42
Period 6 American Lit Room 42

 

 

 

American Lit

We just finish our American Voices Short Story unit and submitted our first essays to Turnitin.com. Congratulations on all the hard work!

 

Now, we're starting The Crucible, a play written in 1953, but set in 1692 during the Salem Witch Trials. We'll be focusing on the essential questions:

 

  • What are people willing to do to gain or maintain power?

  • Why do we need to stand up for what is right and what are the consequences of not doing anything/standing up?

o   What motivates people to stay silent?

o   What factors allow a bad/oppressive situation to flourish?

o   Who benefits from the status quo?

Lit/Writing News

We are working on our Short Story Unit, where we are focusing on Identity and talking about what influences our identity and how much power we have to change/shape our identity. 

 

Skills we have been focusing on include: parts of speech, sentence rules, Talking to the Text, and reading comprehension.

 

What's Coming Up in English?

Today: 3/24/17

Miss Misfeldt

Miss Misfeldt

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American Voices: Speaking Up

American Voices: Speaking Up

The dangers of staying silent

The dangers of staying silent

Overcoming the past for a brighter future

Overcoming the past for a brighter future

Gatsby? What Gatsby?

Gatsby? What Gatsby?

Stepping up for the downtrodden

Stepping up for the downtrodden

There is a little bit of Holden Caulfield in all of us

There is a little bit of Holden Caulfield in all of us