All you have to do is repond to this question to earn a few extra credit points. Answers need to be thoughtful and well written (and school appropriate).
The question is: If you could study/learn about anything, what would it be and why?
You want some extra credit? Give a thoughtful response to the question below. (Note: Your answer needs to be considerate of others' feelings and beliefs . Please don't include any information that violates yours, or other peoples', privacy.)
After reading two selections by Nathaniel Hawthorne and "Sinners in the Hands of An Angry God" by Jonathan Edwards, do you think modern America has any traces left of the Puritan trait of public worry over private morality? In your opinion, is this a good thing for America? Why or why not?
So you want some extra credit, eh? Well the easy questions are now over. If you give an intelligent reply to this question (actually--it's a combination of questions), you may earn some. The question is:
Do you think Goodman Brown was saved or not? What proof from the story can you use to prove your point? And if you think he wasn't saved, what sin then, do you think he is most guilty of?
Bah humbug! School is starting again. Please let me know your favorite and/or least favorite thing about the return to school.
For my first official blog, I won't actually say that much. Shocking, huh? I am hoping, instead, that my students will share with me their favorite book of the year. (And no, this does not have to be a book we read in class). Some of my favorite books this year include the Percy Jackson series, an autobiography of George Washington, and of course, The Scarlet Letter. (No really, I loved teaching it this year).
Is a lover of books, books, and books. This blog is intended to be place for her to discuss with her students great books. But of course, everything has moved to Canvas.