Week 11: Tuesday April 13th
- Read Jean Rhys’s Wide Sargasso Sea, 1-86 [cn: ableism, domestic violence, racism and racist language, rape, suicide]
- Read Virginia Woolf, “The Death of the Moth” (1942)
- Instead of our usual Weekly Reflections and Questions, this week you may instead write a response reflection to one or more student projects. The same goes for your comments: you may post your four comments on student projects rather than on weekly posts.
Week 12: Tuesday April 20th
- Read Jean Rhys’s Wide Sargasso Sea, 86-171 [cn: ableism, domestic violence, racism and racist language, rape, suicide]
- Sylvia Plath, “Ella Mason and her Eleven Cats” pp. 233-4 (1956)
- Optional: read They Say / I Say 101-30
- If you haven’t already, start drafting your Third Project.
- If you haven’t already, sign up for an online Teams text-chat conference for next week here.
Week 13: Tues/Thurs, April 27th NO CLASS
- No weekly questions due this week!
- Sign up for an online, one-on-one conference here. Instructions are at the link.
- Get as much work done on your rough draft of your Third Project as you can. You don’t need to be done, but the more you have finished, the more we can discuss.
Fri, Apr 30th: Third Project due.
No Final! We’re done.
- Instead, Finals Week is Revision Week. Late work accepted and given feedback through May 6th.