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Great Expectations - 1st Stage
Section I "C" Level 65 Points Maximum in this section:
PLEASE BE PREPARED TO ANSWER FIVE QUESTIONS ABOUT ANY ACTIVITY. PLEASE WRITE WITH A MINIMUM OF THREE MECHANICAL ERRORS.
1. Vocabulary and New York Times Cornell notes (daily). (10)
2. Work quietly, stay in your seat, do not talk across the room, respect others. (15)
3. Do search puzzle of Great Expectations words. (Sheet on table) (10)
4. Write a narrative paragraph giving three clues that Miss Havisham is raising Estella to hate men. (15)
5. Draw a picture of Miss Havisham's burial table or draw a picture of her dress. (15)
6. Using a computer, make and write a valentine to one of the following. (15)
a. Pip to Estella
b. Estella to Pip
7. Make a collage of the strengths and weaknesses of Pip's personality as you now know it.
8. Draw a caricature that illustrates the character of Bentley Drummle. (15)
9. Read a magazine article related to love. Write a summary of the article. (15)
10. Write and record a love song about Estella and Pip. (15)
11. Write and recite a poem about a gentleman of the 1800's. (15)
12. Role play a gentleman taking his lady to a movie. (15)
13. List ten of the most recent vocabulary words. Make a string board. (10)
14. In a group, flash vocabulary cards. (10)
"B" Level Activities (Choose only one) (15)
1. Reread the description of Miss Havisham's cake. Make a cake most like the description in the book. In a paragraph, explain the process. Due: _____
2. Make a diary that Pip might have kept expressing his thoughts throughout the novel. Make at least six entries.
3. Take a test on the 1st stage of Great Expectations.
"A" Level Activities (Choose only one)
1. Research capital punishment in the state of Connecticut. Which crimes warrant capital punishment? How is the capital punishment carried out? Is hanging done in Connecticut? Was it ever practiced here?
2. Do research on the treatment of children in England in the 1800's. Compare the way children were treated in England with the way children were treated in America today. Are there any differences? Any similarities? Please explain in your OWN words in a one page paper. Please type.
86-100= A 71-85=B 55-70=C 40-54=D