Mr. Met

Mr. Met

Friday, December 2, 2016

Act I scenes i-iv

As you work through the discussion questions I implore you to avoid using SPARKNOTES to supplement the classroom lessons.  Rather, I will include video versions of the readings after every class for you to reference and would encourage you to email me or come in to see me with any questions you may have.

The discussion questions should be completed individually and you should expect to turn them in at the start of the following class.

Keep working on your projects and enjoy's AMAZING!



Wednesday, November 30, 2016

Well hello there class...

 Please make sure to complete the film (part two is below) and the capture sheet for next class.  I will be collecting the forms at the start of class.  Also make sure to come prepared to class- I've noticed a number of you who are coming in without notebooks and something to write with.

Keep working on your projects and let me know if you have any questions



Wednesday, November 23, 2016


First off---- enjoy the holiday, relax a bit and spend some time reflecting on the things that are important to you.....  once you've finished that START WORKING ON YOUR FINAL EXISTENTIALISM PROJECTS (deadline Dec. 12 & 13)

Let me know if you have any questions


Tuesday, November 15, 2016

Waiting for Xmen and Hobbits

As we will begin preparing for our final culminating assessment for Godot this week I thought it appropriate to add this interview with two men (who you might recognize as Gandolf and Professor Xavier) who recently played Gogo and Didi on Broadway.  I was lucky enough to see the production and it was AMAZING!

Please make sure all discussion questions are completed (independently) and submitted for class on Monday (even) / Tuesday (odd)

Let me know if you have any questions... cause after all... in a unit full of questions, you should have lots of them!

I have also included a link below to the full production of the play in case you wanted to take a look



Friday, November 11, 2016


Awesome Job in the trials- the majority of you did a wonderful job preparing for this assessment and the hard work paid off.  As we wait for the magistrates deliberate I just wanted to thank everyone for the hard work.  Keep it up!


Wednesday, November 9, 2016

What is Kafka-esque?


Found this great little video offering a definition of "kafkaesque" and the origins of the term.  Thought you might enjoy!


Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Franz Kafka's "It's a Wonderful Life"

Check this out!!!  This is a short film that won an Academy Award in 1995

Super cool (and only 20 minutes long)