Assignments

Museum Home Page

Dec. 08, 2019 Max Points: 100

Editorial Writer's Workshop

Dec. 02, 2019 Max Points: 50
Description:

10 comments for full credit (50 Points):
****Minimum of 750 words for full credit****
1.) Persuasive Title
2.) Template
3.) What ethical standards were broken?
4.) Explain in a persusive manner the horrificness of the research project?
5.) Impact today?
6.) Did writer follow outline?
7-10.) Grammar, single-spaced, Times New Roman, 12 point font, paragraphs separated by topic

Winter Exhibition Editorial

Nov. 24, 2019 Max Points: 200
Description:

For your exhibition project you will create a virtual museum using Google Sites (separate post). On page 3 of your virtual museum (The SET High Times Editorial) add the Editorial Project. Please see attachments for more information. Thanks!

Requirements: Must be 750-850 words in length, have a catchy title, two engaging images, Times New Roman, and cite a minimum of two sources in APA format, not double spaced.

The editorial is due this Saturday, November 23rd at Midnight, and it will explain the ethics violations that occured as well as the lasting impact.

Frankenstein Study Guide Ch. 3-5

Nov. 17, 2019 Max Points: 100
Description:

Please attach the study guide questions (typed format).

Winter Exhibition Project - Virtual Museum

Dec. 16, 2019 Max Points: 100
Description:

Today (11/14/19) we created an outline for your website in class. (See me for more detailed instructions).
After creating your website (done today in class) you need at minimum the following in order to receive a passing grade for this exhibition project.

Requirements:
*In total you need to read and summarize at least four articles (two for the home page, one for the ethics violations page, and one for the impact page), and then summarize a mix of five additional artifacts (video clips, images linked to articles- what I mean here is when evaluating the significance of an image find an article to cite explaining its significance).
*You must have at a minimum four web pages (Home - provides background/six artifacts, Ethics Violations- what are the research ethics violations that occurred?/ two artifacts, The SET High Times Editorial - attach a copy of your editorial, Impact - What is the lasting impact or significance in the field of research today?/two artifacts)
*Attach a copy of your website final draft by linking the URL for your Google Site.

What experiment have you chosen for ethical investigation?

Nov. 12, 2019 Max Points: 15
Description:

Please post the name of the experiment and link to an article about it.

Participation Week of 11/08/19

Nov. 08, 2019 Max Points: 50

Chapter 3: How does Victor’s relationship with his mother influence the way he views and treats Elizabeth? Do you think Victor would have enjoyed a relationship with a more independent woman? Why or why not?

Nov. 08, 2019 Max Points: 50
Description:

Minimum of five sentences each question and one quote per answer.

Chapter 1: Evaluate Victor’s feelings for and reaction to Elizabeth Lavenza. Do you think that they have a normal, healthy relationship? Why or why not? Chapter 2: Predict how Victor’s solitary tendencies and academic interests will come to fruition in his later

Nov. 06, 2019 Max Points: 50
Description:

Minimum of five sentences each question and one quote per answer.

Mary Shelley Quote Activity

Nov. 04, 2019 Max Points: 30

Frankenstein Ch. 1-2 Study Guide

Nov. 05, 2019 Max Points: 100
Description:

Please complete the hard copy of the study guide for Frankenstein Ch. 1-2 and attach a digital copy of the questions.

What is Galvanism and its significance to Mary Shelley's Frankenstein?

Nov. 05, 2019 Max Points: 50
Description:

https://www.bl.uk/romantics-and-victorians/articles/the-science-of-life-and-death-in-mary-shelleys-frankenstein

Minimum of eight complete sentences with two quotes.

Mary Shelley Bio Class Activity

Nov. 01, 2019 Max Points: 50

Participation Week of 11-01-19

Nov. 01, 2019 Max Points: 50

Senior Argumentative Essay

Nov. 08, 2019 Max Points: 200
Description:

Sources and Outlines

Every essay must include a minimum of four sources, three pages double-spaced, Times New Roman, 12 Point Font, cover page, headers, page numbers, and references page.

1. one print source (non-electronic)- book, textbook, newspaper, journal, magazine, etc.

2. one news source – newspaper, newswire service, magazine, etc.

3. two other sources – electronic journal, research
report, government website, encyclopedias, on-
line directories, almanacs, atlases, etc.

Please check with me if you are not sure about a source. It is best to find sources with named authors, however, some organizations and government websites do not always name the author.
Finally, gather your information into an outline that includes all sources and:
• thesis
• three points of support
• counter-argument
• conclusion

Notice!!! Wikipedia may NOT be used as a source in your paper.

Announcements

Dec. 05, 2019

Here’s the general format for creating a reference for a video found on YouTube and other video-posting websites:
If both the real name of the person who posted the video and the screen name are known:

Author, A. A. [Screen name]. (year, month day). Title of video [Video file]. Retrieved from http://xxxxxxxxx
If only the screen name of the person who posted the video is known:

Screen name. (year, month day). Title of video [Video file]. Retrieved from http://xxxxxxxxx The in-text citations include the author name outside of brackets (whichever that may be) and the date.

Dec. 04, 2019
Dec. 04, 2019
Nov. 21, 2019

Frankenstein Ch. 6

Nov. 13, 2019

The Four Golden Principles of Research:
PRINCIPLE ONE: Minimizing the risk of harm.
PRINCIPLE TWO: Obtaining informed consent.
PRINCIPLE THREE: Protecting anonymity and confidentiality.
PRINCIPLE FOUR: Avoiding deceptive practices.

Nov. 08, 2019

Frankenstein Vocabulary List Ch. 3... Write down definition and use your assigned word in a sentence. (Due by tonight at Midnight (11/08/19))

1. prognosticated (Leslie)
2. repose (Leslie)
3.repugnance (Nya)
4. reprobated (Nya)
5. recapitulation (Jake)
6. deference (Jake)
7. dogmatism (Austin)
8. hinderance (Austin)
9. incipient (Cody)
10. languor (Cody)
11. Uncouth (Natalie)
12. repugnance (Natalie)
13. cursory (Ehab)
14. transmuted (Ehab)

Nov. 08, 2019

Frankenstein by Mary Shelley Ch. 5

Nov. 06, 2019

Frankenstein by Mary Shelley Ch. 4

Nov. 06, 2019

Frankenstein by Mary Shelley Ch. 3

Nov. 06, 2019

Frankenstein by Mary Shelley Ch. 2

Nov. 06, 2019

Frankenstein by Mary Shelley

Nov. 04, 2019

Frankenstein Ch. 1-2 Vocabulary Words

indefatigable (27) in·duh·fa·tuh·guh·bl
interment (28)
recompensing (29) reh·kuhm·pens
penury (30) peh·nyr·ee
reverential (31)
vehement (34) vee·uh·muhnt
ignoble (35) uhg·now·bl
chimerical (36) kī-ˈmer-i-kəl
tertiary (37)
ineffectual (39)
sepulchre (Ch. 2) se-pəl-kər
caprice (Ch.2) kə-ˈprēs
discern (Ch. 2)
beneficence (Ch. 2)