English 8 students went over the final part of the voice and diction lesson, learning how diction (word choice) contributes to voice (the distinctive sound of an author or text).
We looked at passages in Nightjohn in which Sarny, the narrator, “sounds like a slave,” as one student suggested.
English I Honors students focused on the part of speech project today, going over pronouns. I did a little re-teaching at the end, making sure indefinite and demonstrative pronouns were clearer.
- English 8 Studies: none.
- English I Honors:
Notes for the day's classes are available here.
Please note that this is a composite file including notes from all classes, though occasionally it might only be one or two classes. I don't differentiate in the file; that is up to you to do.