- print a copy of the essay and its Works Cited page
- attach the Grading Checklist with your self-evaluation
- attach any slips proving you have visited the Writing Center to get help with the essay.
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Much Ado about Nothing is the text we will use for the in-class Final Exam, so you need to be very familiar with it. To help, today we will screen Kenneth Branagh's version of play.
If you are/were unable to come to class on Tuesday, November 21, search the film in our library's Streaming Media Project HERE. For copyright reasons, you can only watch the film on campus. Otherwise, check the film information so you can rent it, watch it on YouTube, etc. HERE.2. Discussing the Final Exam. Once you have decided what question you want to answer, check the work you should complete for Journals 9, 10, and 11. Instructions and Prompts for Journals
Online Work for Week Nine
Note: items marked with an asterisk will count as your hour of online attendance for Week Nine.
- Review an introductory presentation on Much Ado about Nothing HERE.
- Review Much Ado about Nothing's Main Characters' Status, Alliances, and Relationships HERE.
- *Complete Journal 9. You will need the play for evidence. If you do not have Much Ado about Nothing, check the e-book HERE.