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1  Please take out your notebooks and a pen and be ready to write when the music ends.

2  Now that we have finished the biggest step of the writing process (the edited ‘final’ draft) I’d like you each to reflect on the writing process as you experienced it.  Describe your feelings throughout the process:  What parts went smoothly?  What elements challenged you?  Out of these two questions, reflect on your strengths as a writer and where you see room for improvement  Suggestions about the process?

3  For Today:  QuickWrite  Questions/Concerns about paper  New Orleans, the French Quarter  Reading through Streetcar large group  Presentation on Past vs. Present  Reading through Streetcar small groups

4  The paper MUST be turned in on turnitin.com for instructor as well as peer-editing purposes.  Make sure you sign in to Moodle and click the ‘Assignment’ icon and access turnitin.com through that.  Do not go directly to turnitin.com  If the website denied your submission, try again ASAP with a different browser.  Moodle works best with IE or Firefox

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16  Please continue work on your characterization of either Blanche or Stanley.

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18  Please continue work on your characterization of either Blanche or Stanley.

19  How are Stella, Stanley, Blanche, Eunice, and Steve interrelated?  What is Stanley’s initial response to Blanche’s visit at the end of Scene One?  What does Blanche indicate is her professional job in Laurel? What has happened to her husband?  What explanation does Blanche give for having lost Belle Reve?  How does Stanley’s attitude toward Blanche change in Scene Two and what evokes that change?  What is the implication of the “Napoleonic Code” as it relates to Stella and Stanley?  Describe the confrontation between Stanley and Blanche in Scene Two.

20  Finish reading scene 2 and read scene 3


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