Category Archives: AP English

Welcome to Term 3!

Term 3

Welcome to Term 3 of the 2014-2015 school year!

Although the weather has been throwing us some curveballs, we’re going to forge ahead with our plans. For the Freshman English classes, this means diving into an exploration of satire! AP Literature students, you will become buddies with a potentially-insane, undeniably-discontent Danish prince by the name of Hamlet!

With more kooky weather on the horizon, we may be seeing some more days away from class. As such, please refer to the calendars on this site and email me any questions you may have!

Fate and Freewill in Music! [C-Block]

Fate and Freewill

While ALL THE PRETTY HORSES can be enjoyed for its compelling action, the novel’s thematic content encourages closer reading. Of all the subtext embedded, it is perhaps the discussions of fate and freewill that rise to the forefront. By its conclusion, ALL THE PRETTY HORSES presents arguments for fate, freewill, and the potential relationship between the two.

To continue examining these ideas, we are going to check out a couple of songs!

Click the link and follow the instructions!

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Fate and Freewill in Music! [B-Block]

Fate and Freewill

While ALL THE PRETTY HORSES can be enjoyed for its compelling action, the novel’s thematic content encourages closer reading. Of all the subtext embedded, it is perhaps the discussions of fate and freewill that rise to the forefront. By its conclusion, ALL THE PRETTY HORSES presents arguments for fate, freewill, and the potential relationship between the two.

To continue examining these ideas, we are going to check out a couple of songs!

Click the link and follow the instructions!

Continue reading Fate and Freewill in Music! [B-Block]