10/13 Classics

In-class~ Intro to the Hero Archetype ppt.

HW~ Perseus reading (Classical Mythology pg 547-556)

10/13 American Studies

In-class~ Turned in Constitutional Issues paper, Unit 2 Exam review, Fall of the House of Usher reading

HW~ Study for Unit 2 Exam, compile Unit 2 HWP, finish Fall of the House of Usher


American Studies Turn It In Info

Class ID~ 4464396

Password~ bede

How to Cite the Constitution/Supreme Court Cases/ Etc.

Citing the Constitution

Works Cited:

The Constitution of the United States, Article 1, Section 8, Clause 5.

The Constitution of the United States, Amendment 5.

In-text Citation:

(U.S. Const. art. I, sect. 8, cl. 5).

(U.S. Const. am. 5).

Citing a Lecture

Works Cited:

Stein, Bob. Keynote Address. Computers and Writing Conference. Union Club Hotel,

           Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN. 23 May 2003.

In-Text Citation:


Citing Supreme Court cases

Works Cited:

King v. St. Vincent's Hospital. No. 90-889. Supreme Ct. of the US. 16 December 1991.

In-Text Citation:

(King v. St. Vinc.).

Citing Legislation

Works Cited:

U.S. Congress. "Sedition Act, 1918." United States Statutes at Large, 65th Cong., Sess. II, Chp. 75,

         p. 553-554.

In-text Citation:

(US Congress 553).

10/11 Classics

In-class~ Olympians Exam

HW~ None


10/11 American Studies

In-class~ Discussed MLA paper formatting, discussed Thanatopsis and Romantic poetry overview, Video and discussion on JQ Adams and Andrew Jackson

HW~ Constitutional Issue Final Due THURSDAY, History reading notes 297-303  due THURSDAY

Upcoming~ The Fall of the House of Usher DUE FRIDAY, Unit 2 History Exam FRIDAY

10/10 Classics

In-class~ Olympians Review

HW~ Study for Olympians Exam tomorrow

10/10 American Studies

In-class~ Constitutional Issue Rough Draft Peer Edit, Edgar Allan Poe video w/notes

HW~ Lit book. page 340 Questions 1-7

Upcoming~ Constitutional Issue Paper DUE THURSDAY
Unit 2 History Exam FRIDAY


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