“Let us go, you and I, with AOS 2 spread out against the sky…”
The PREP for over the break is as follows;
- Re-read The cat’s table and develop a full set of notes on the text.
- I recommend using the chapters as a structure for your notes. Also be conscious that the narrative moves through time, so setting out your notes with reference to chronology is important.
- A strategy for taking notes from the lunchtime workshop is here -> Note strategy – Cats table
- Find and read some critical analyses of the novel, this will help you to identify the key techniques, views and values for this piece.
- Email 2 analyses that you find to me so we can develop a learning resource.
- Read through the poetry by TS Eliot.
- Take some notes if you can. Eliot is a notoriously difficult poet, so don’t be discouraged if he confuses you at first.
- I will be running a class for a couple of hours on Wednesday 16th of April, which you are all expected to attend.
- I will post the time closer to the date. (please email me if you have a preference)
- If you absolutely can’t make it please email me. I am nothing if not fair and reasonable.
Our expectations are here -> Our expectations
I have been really happy to see the manner that everyone has approached our learning this term. You have all made some great strides on the road to VCE success. I have also loved the way you have embraced and provided feedback on the tasks we have been doing in class. Here’s to a spectacular Term 2.