On Thursday, before break, I introduced some AP Practice/Prep/Review, and we read some more Hamlet.
For those who weren't in class Thursday (and for those who have either lost your packets or can't read something in there), I've taken some scans of that AP Practice/Prep/Review material and am posting it _here_. You will be able to access that folder using your NPS Google account. It contains the multiple-choice practice and free-response practice that is due the day we return, plus the cover sheets with instructions.
One thing I didn't hand out but wanted you have is a collection of all the free-response prompts since 2007. You don't need to look at these before we return, but it's there in case you get curious and have some time.
I've also asked that you watch a full-length version of the play by the time we return from break. All together here, that seems like a lot. The version we've watched a bit in class is about three hours in length. Here is that version of the play we watched in class. You will be writing a synthesis essay on Hamlet on either Wednesday the 27th or Thursday the 28th, and that will wrap up the Hamlet unit. It seems, then, that Hamlet and Synthesis need to take precedent. So, a) watch a full-length version of Hamlet, b) do the Synthesis prep work as set out in the packet I handed out Thursday, and c) do the Multiple-Choice prep work, but, if you don't finish this last part, that's okay. We will definitely be dealing with the play and Synthesis writing, so that's the priority.
Feel free to email me questions.