If you weren’t here today, you’ll need to stay after school on Monday, March 26th to make up your reading check. You also need to check the March 21st Daily Boards and take notes on the questions we discussed. I posed these questions to show you what kind of notes you should take as before and as you read a text.
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- AP English Literature ExamMay 10th, 2012