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Jr. English Volume 1 Videos

Introduction to Junior English:
Youtube: http://youtu.be/vyYXZlmNE5M
Schooltube:http://www.schooltube.com/video/336da9b676b844398a34/Introduction%20to%20Junior%20American%20Literature

Intro to Native American History, A: http://youtu.be/_go2f8ituCw
Intro to Native American History, B: http://youtu.be/_tzYE3aM13I
Intro to Native American History, C: http://youtu.be/KDvyZdVXRNY
Intro to Native American History, D: http://youtu.be/o-XQDnEJJPc
Intro to Native American History, E: http://youtu.be/_INCNwc-82k
Intro to Native American History, F: http://youtu.be/_INCNwc-82k

Onondaga, The Earth on Turtle’s Back, p. 20: http://youtu.be/Xz3JcrzJDWI

Modoc, When Grizzlies Walked Upright, p. 24: http://youtu.be/49rnrVsn9Gw

Navajo, from The Navajo Origin Legend, p. 27: http://youtu.be/MCKQHt8nbTA

Susan Power, Museum Indians, p. 34: http://youtu.be/kJEuXwpmK44

from the Iroquois Constitution, p. 40: http://youtu.be/TanCkIMqdZ0

Alvar Nunez Cabeza de Vaca, from A Journey Through Texas, p. 46: http://youtu.be/oQcZWNKCysU

Boulders Taller than the Great Tower of Seville, p. 52: http://youtu.be/GuiBOYvU7ow

William Bradford, from Of Plymouth Plantation, A, p. 56: http://youtu.be/nNjPP1wBp4w

William Bradford, from Of Plymouth Plantation, B, p. 56: http://youtu.be/P45MzHoSgDM

Anne Bradstreet, To My Dear and Loving Husband, p. 74: http://youtu.be/FgpQr_t1dt0

Edward Taylor, Huswifery, p. 80: http://youtu.be/xwHoDtUumbI

Jonathan Edwards, from Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God,A, p. 84: http://youtu.be/C8PxxZOFHBw

Jonathan Edwards, from Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God,B, p. 84: http://youtu.be/7QPbSQbJdwU

Miller’s Crucible, A Review: Intro to Crucible: http://youtu.be/8phGHPv561M
Miller’s Crucible, A review: http://youtu.be/dljH9mOimlk

Hawthorne’s Scarlet Letter: http://youtu.be/oq4oKAV0gKI

Patrick Henry, Speech in the Virginia Convention,A p. 98: http://youtu.be/1-wdrZMz8g8

Patrick Henry, Speech in the Virginia Convention,B p. 98: http://youtu.be/U9OoRDX1jEw

Benjamin Franklin, Speech in the Convention, p. 104: http://youtu.be/I6EfLVSN0bE

Thomas Jefferson, The Declaration of Independence, A p. 110: http://youtu.be/ApbImvWxYvE
Thomas Jefferson, The Declaration of Independence, B p. 110: http://youtu.be/sN_Rfi6NjRc

Thomas Paine, from The American Crisis, Number 1, p. 116: http://youtu.be/YHMKOczyIQs

Phillis Wheatley, To His Excellency, General Washington, p. 122:
    Wheatley, A: https://youtu.be/GNfmu1fDDh4
    Wheatley, B: https://youtu.be/Hk5b_e_fNdQ

Benjamin Franklin, from The Autobiography, p. 139:
    Franklin, A: https://youtu.be/ay74NQbVdEs
    Franklin, B: https://youtu.be/4G2Tkiu9sa0
    Franklin, C: https://youtu.be/9Zu7avTuUBA
    Franklin, D: https://youtu.be/Vc4hZZ6_VLQ
    Franklin, E: https://youtu.be/t63ys2hUxws

Sandra Cisneros, Straw Into Gold, p. 158:
    Cisneros, A: https://youtu.be/1ln2BItMWzs
    Cisneros, B: https://youtu.be/pYhwGSw33MU

Olaudah Equiano, The Interesting Narrative, p. 168:
    Narrative, A: https://youtu.be/RG-AAq7GfRE
    Narrative, B: https://youtu.be/XUWaxTkMqTI
    Narrative, C: https://youtu.be/mAuGwRSBuBw
    Narrative, D: https://youtu.be/rRhn3i7T0AI

Washington Irving, The Devil and Tom Walker, p. 226:
    The Devil, A: https://youtu.be/uVKO_7a33jA
    The Devil, B: https://youtu.be/5U9KF55LO-Q
    The Devil, C: https://youtu.be/mO2eli0FrLY
    The Devil, D: https://youtu.be/bHbOUYHJjCk

Longfellow, The Song of Hiawatha, The Tide Rises, The Tide Falls, p. 256:
    Longfellow, A: https://youtu.be/_XtGbncqZ4s
    Longfellow, B: https://youtu.be/EmQxDMg0QJs

William Cullen Bryan, Thanatopsis, p. 262:
    Thanatopsis, A: http://youtu.be/s7j0OS-IYeg
    Thanatopsis, B: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3Nu8byXUBF4

Oliver Wendell Holmes, Old Ironsides, p. 266:
    “Old Ironsides”: https://youtu.be/BBddUGWJzWQ

Hawthorne, The Minister’s Black Veil, p. 270:
    Black Veil, A: https://youtu.be/aaj-47vcZ2w
    Black Veil, B: https://youtu.be/QU3ysKdF93Y
    Black Veil, C: https://youtu.be/SeCDSrTp4cs
    Black Veil, D: https://youtu.be/syTl7pnUesk
    Black Veil, E: https://youtu.be/Cw7pyJGRuqs

Poe, The Fall of the House of Usher, p. 292:
    Usher, A: https://youtu.be/GIKxtY13l3c
    Usher, B: https://youtu.be/LqtocYFKxOg
    Usher, C: https://youtu.be/xcehxAaykOE
    Usher, D: https://youtu.be/jX2tuE5Yx7M
    Usher, E: https://youtu.be/KfZyJ3mz4_w
    Usher, F: https://youtu.be/QTNeP-ul2ak

Poe, The Raven, p. 312:
    The Raven, A: https://youtu.be/mwckS9X9hjE
    The Raven, B: https://youtu.be/iGV703u3T38

Joyce Carol Oates, Where is Here?, p. 324:

Melville, from Moby-Dick, p. 334:
    Moby, A: https://youtu.be/q6tJ2FmAr5c
    Moby, B: https://youtu.be/7Ud0WWTRnRM
    Moby, C: https://youtu.be/xIIBP0BlMzg
    Moby, D: https://youtu.be/ZtiHNH3zuAM
    Moby, E: https://youtu.be/f_jisjVANeI
    Moby, F: https://youtu.be/H9OOp9UVexU

Emerson, from Nature. A, p. 366: http://youtu.be/A9CQ5qQiXgU

Emerson, from Nature. B, p. 366: http://youtu.be/JypC-O3VLFY

Emerson, from Self-Reliance, p. 369: http://youtu.be/-DPiso2u-Jk

Emerson, Concord Hymn, p. 371: http://youtu.be/0JIjg05jAqU

TC Emerson lectures 4-6, A: http://youtu.be/Tkr6NbMo6R8
TC Emerson lectures 4-6, B: http://youtu.be/5UoVsjlYNa0

Emerson review, Que 368-373: http://youtu.be/-ble1CDPRHA

Thoreau, from Walden, A, p. 378: http://youtu.be/KeswosCmGd4
Thoreau, from Walden, B, p. 378: http://youtu.be/CjCu7NmItck
Thoreau, from Walden, C, p. 378: http://youtu.be/qZTBeXfs2vg
Thoreau, from Walden, D, p. 378: http://youtu.be/e_mTVSHb550

Thoreau, from Civil Disobedience, p. 388: http://youtu.be/qLZ3bYQoMOY

Dickinson, Intro A: http://youtu.be/r3IuDXe34VQ
Dickinson, Intro B: http://youtu.be/qYsX1sP2eEU

Dickinson, Because I Could Not Stop For Death, p. 408: http://youtu.be/TfHn8x9_0Ak

Dickinson, I Heard A Fly Buzz- When I Died, p. 411: http://youtu.be/lVVo1K4wtgE

Dickinson, There’s A Certain Slant Of Light, p. 412: http://youtu.be/F-4MyomIx50

Dickinson, My Life Closed Twice Before Its Close, p. 413: http://youtu.be/x-jx4MQOg50

Dickinson, The Soul Selects Her Own Society, p. 414: http://youtu.be/eG1Pxq7FngE

Dickinson, The Brain Is Wider Than The Sky, p. 415: http://youtu.be/Q4YljcR6DZY

Dickinson, There Is A Solitude Of Space, p. 416: http://youtu.be/hThHxsx6Cts

Dickinson, Water, Is Taught By Thirst, p. 417: http://youtu.be/2KCVQuHQROs

Whitman, Intro, A: http://youtu.be/fXYQoA76t7I
Whitman, Intro, B: http://youtu.be/BTyzaVsOU94

Whitman, from the Preface to 1855 Leaves of Grass, p. 426: http://youtu.be/KasBihZ3dnc

Whitman, from Song of Myself, #1, p. 428: http://youtu.be/TZW71HFqa0o

Whitman, from Song of Myself, #6, p. 428: http://youtu.be/f1zHhiA7gDc

Whitman, from Song of Myself, #9, p. 429: http://youtu.be/c-UadtcoS2E

Whitman, from Song of Myself, #14, p. 429: https://youtu.be/alZklvQthUQ

Whitman, from Song of Myself, #17, p. 430: https://youtu.be/n52NNBDXbpM

Whitman, from Song of Myself, #51, p. 430: https://youtu.be/t9MERdmZSss

Whitman, from Song of Myself, #52, p. 431: https://youtu.be/_sHNnlMarmQ

Whitman, When I Heard The Learn’d Astronomer, p. 432: https://youtu.be/185m9qYGgCs

Whitman, By The Bivouac’s Fitful Flame, p. 433:
    Flame, A: https://youtu.be/MUy8IFINas8
    Flame, B: https://youtu.be/px2f6Gf81yw

Whitman, I Hear America Singing, p. 435: https://youtu.be/5d7A3vkkXnA

Whitman, A Noiseless Patient Spider, p. 436: https://youtu.be/7GWu09Md6TU

Ambrose Bierce, An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge, p. 478:
    Owl, A: https://youtu.be/ZSn7ZRpevCI
    Owl, B: https://youtu.be/5zBgQvAx1g0
    Owl, C: https://youtu.be/plNPH6nHGQw
    Owl, D: https://youtu.be/MFLJX8qWmMU

Stephen Crane, An Episode of War, p. 506:
    War, A: https://youtu.be/k0xo_gXyezU
    War, B: https://youtu.be/ZTDGUdy0YjM
    War, C: https://youtu.be/Qu9uN7NE708

Frederick Douglass, from My Bondage and My Freedom, p. 518:
    Douglas, A: https://youtu.be/pajACbyxEj0
    Douglas, B: https://youtu.be/SvhtYkArV6k
    Douglas, C: https://youtu.be/SSiyrCvZRwI

Go Down Moses; Swing Low, Sweet Chariot, p. 530:
    Moses, A: https://youtu.be/0rn5iu1nvH0
    Moses, B: https://youtu.be/UPRW5MJJixo

Lincoln, The Gettysburg Address, p. 536:
    Address, A: https://youtu.be/-8y3DBYlHh0
    Address, B: https://youtu.be/GJMuxHWLElI
    Address, C: https://youtu.be/mftjZCPbFHY

Robert E. Lee, Letter to His Son, p. 540:
    Letter A: https://youtu.be/8XSN6P255u0
    Letter B: https://youtu.be/GqfhUBqIvBE

Sojourner Truth, An Account of an Experience, p. 552: https://youtu.be/2VZ6Ce8TKRw

Twain, from Life on the Mississippi, p. 570:
    Life, A: https://youtu.be/pLXOLLv7Pbo
    Life, B: https://youtu.be/snPbvH2dYeA

Twain, The Notorious Jumping Frog, p. 576:
    Frog, A: https://youtu.be/K3y-1a8oL1w
    Frog, B: https://youtu.be/FQIREIaxgKk

Bill Bryson, from The Life and Times of the Thunderbolt Kid, p. 589: https://youtu.be/QPVSZ_zl7wo

Jack London, To Build a Fire, p. 594:
    Fire, A: https://youtu.be/M_9WehUZ6-U
    Fire, B: https://youtu.be/XVUGDb-Ni6I
    Fire, C: https://youtu.be/gFELoxrvcrE
    Fire, D: https://youtu.be/zHFfPLrcloI

Heading West and Chief Joseph, I Will Fight No More Forever, p. 616:
    West, A: https://youtu.be/puobbvIoUy8
    West, B: https://youtu.be/uRwM_4rNHr8
    West, C: https://youtu.be/wAWQ-Xk4nE0
    West D: https://youtu.be/zEhvNdBTHA4

Kate Chopin, The Story of an Hour, p. 626:
    Story, A: https://youtu.be/00Z-Txb2Cw0
    Story, B: https://youtu.be/N59rZO1HXP0
    Story, C: https://youtu.be/2BXiRkk64Qs
    Story, D: https://youtu.be/ZSzRcwoLZoE

Paul Laurence Dunbar, Douglass, p. 637; We Wear the Mask, p. 638:
    Dunbar, A: https://youtu.be/FXTDSTpQuBw
    Dunbar, B: https://youtu.be/5uulFq4K0_I

Edwin Arlington Robinson, Luke Havergal, p. 642; Richard Cory, p. 644:
    Robinson, A: https://youtu.be/-YiHve6liIw
    Robinson, B: https://youtu.be/LZhKUnyPEu8

Edgar Lee Masters, Lucinda Matlock, p. 646; Richard Bone, p. 647:
    Masters, A: https://youtu.be/kiu1AMWbU7I
    Masters, B: https://youtu.be/hawb7HQbmho

Willa Cather, A Wagner Matinee, p. 650:
    Wagner, A: https://youtu.be/NZO5opRdGTI
    Wagner, B: https://youtu.be/Mw3d0cXEr_4
    Wagner, C: https://youtu.be/Qs0ENIk2iI0

Volume 2 Lectures

T.S. Eliot, The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock, p. 706:

Ezra Pound, A Few Don’ts, p. 719:

Ezra Pound, In A Station of the Metro, p. 722:

William Carlos Williams, The Red Wheelbarrow, This is Just to Say, The Great Figure, p. 723:

H.D., Pear Tree, p. 725:

F. Scott Fitzgerald, Winter Dreams, p. 729:

John Steinbeck, The Turtle, from Grapes of Wrath, p. 756:

W.H. Auden, The Unknown Citizen, p. 772:

E.E. Cummings, Old Age Sticks, Anyone Lived…, p. 778:

Wallace Stevens, Of Modern Poetry, p. 784:

Archibald MacLeish, Ars Poetica, p. 789:

Marianne Moore, Poetry, p. 791:

Ernest Hemingway, In Another Country, p. 799:

Tim O’Brien, Ambush, p. 810:

William Faulkner, A Rose for Emily, p. 814:

William Faulkner, Nobel Prize Acceptance Speech, p. 828:

Katherine Anne Porter, The Jilting of Granny Weatherall, p. 832:

Eudora Welty, A Worn Path, p. 846:

James Thurber, The Night the Ghost Got In, p. 858:

Carl Sandburg, Chicago and Grass, p. 866:

Robert Frost, Birches, p. 874:

Robert Frost, Stopping by Woods, p. 877:

Robert Frost, Mending Wall, p. 878:

Robert Frost, Out, Out, p. 880:

Robert Frost, Acquainted with the Night, p. 882:

Robert Frost, The Gift Outright, p. 884:

Langston Hughes, The Negro Speaks of Rivers, p. 902:

Langston Hughes, I, Too, p. 904:

Langston Hughes, Dream Variations, p. 906:

Langston Hughes, Refugee in America, p. 907:

Lucille Clifton, Study the Masters, p. 915:

Colleen McElroy, For My Children, p. 916:

Claude McKay, The Tropics in New York, p. 923:

Arna Bontemps, A Black Man Talks of Reaping, p. 924:

Countee Cullen, from The Dark Tower, p. 926:

Zora Neale Hurston, from Dust Tracks on a Road, p. 928:

John Hersey, Hiroshima, p. 982:

Randall Jarrell, The Death of the Ball Turret Gunner, p. 996:

Flannery O’Connor, The Life You Save May be Your Own, p. 1010:

Bernard Malamud, The First Seven Years, p. 1026:

Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Constantly Risking Absurdity, p. 1040:

Sylvia Plath, Mirror, p. 1052:

Anne Sexton, Courage, p. 1053:

Theodore Roethke, Cuttings and Cuttings (later), p. 1056:

Gwendolyn Brooks, The Explorer, p. 1062:

Robert Hayden, Frederick Douglass, p. 1067:

Elizabeth Bishop, One Art, p. 1073:

Elizabeth Bishop, Filling Station, p. 1075:

James Baldwin, The Rockpile, p. 1081:

Toni Morrison, Life in His Language, p. 1094:

J.F. Kennedy, Inaugural Address, p. 1103:

M.L. King, Jr., from Letter From Birmingham Jail, p. 1109:

Arthur Miller, Crucible, Act 1, p. 1124:

Arthur Miller, Crucible, Act 2, p.1160

Arthur Miller, Crucible, Act 3, p. 1186

Arthur Miller, Crucible, Act 4, p. 1216

Julia Alvarez, Antojos, p. 1296:

Alice Walker, Everyday Use, p. 1310:

Raymond Carver, Everything Stuck to Him, p. 1324:

William Stafford, Traveling Through the Dark, p. 1335:

Denise Levertov, The Secret, p. 1338:

Li-Young Lee, The Gift, p. 1341:

Martin Espada, Who Burns for the Perfection of Paper, p. 1347:

Yusef Komunyakaa, Camouflaging the Chimera, p. 1349:

Naomi Shihab Nye, Streets, p. 1352:

Stanley Kunitz, Halley’s Comet, p. 1356:

Judith Ortiz Cofer, The Latin Deli: An Ars Poetica, p. 1364:

William Safire, Onomatopoeia, p. 1376:

Ian Frazier, Coyote v. Acme, p. 1382:

Anna Quindlen, One Day, Now Broken in Two, p. 1392:

Amy Tan, Mother Tongue, p. 1408:

Rita Dove, For the Love of Books, p. 1417:

Maxine Hong Kingston, from The Woman Warrior, p. 1424:

N. Scott Momaday, from The Names, p. 1434:


Introduction to Junior English, 27 August 2012: 

Junior Intro Annotation Lecture using Story of an Hour, Part 1: 


Junior Intro Annotation Lecture using Story of an Hour, Part 2: 

Junior Writing Assessment Intro using Story of an Hour:

Junior Reading/ Writing Cover sheet review, Part 1: 


Junior Reading/ Writing Cover sheet review, Part 2: 

Jr. “I’m Lost!” MS deadlines reviewed:

Jr. “I’m Lost!” MS deadlines reviewed:

Jr. Sep. 7 outline of WA, page 61:

Junior, “Interesting”: the question of slavery

Junior, Bradford’s “Plymouth” and the Native American experience:

Junior, Bradstreet:

Jr., Intro to Crucible:

Jr. Crucible/ Scarlet Letter:

Jr. Dec. of Independence, Part 1:

Jr. Dec of Independence, Part 2:

Jr. Dec. of Independence, Conclusion:

Jr. Intro to Emerson:

Jr. Emerson, Part 1:


Jr. Emerson, Part 2:

Jr. Thoreau, Part 1:

Jr. Thoreau, Part 2
Youtube: http://youtu.be/_VUnhqlK8gY

Jr. Whitman 1, Part A:


Jr. Whitman 1, Part B:

Jr. Whitman 2:

Jr. Dickinson:

Jr., Douglas:

Jr. Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address, Part 1:


Jr. Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address, Part 2:
        Youtube: http://youtu.be/oiN7Tc_tm8I


Jr, Yellow Wallpaper:

Jr, Intro to Harlem Renaissance:

Jr, Sandburg, Part 1:


Jr, Sandburg, Part 2:

Jr. Frost, Part 1:

Jr. Frost, Part 2, “Death of Hired Man”

Jr. Modernist American Poets, Part 1:

Jr. T.S. Eliot’s Prufrock:


Jr. Cummings, Moore, Millay:

Jr. “Worn Path”

Jr. Gunner, A:

Jr. Gunner, B: 

Jr, Talk/ Ambush:

Jr, MLK, “Letter”:

Jr. MLK, Way:

Jr. ACT Prep/ Staab, Part 1:


Jr. ACT Prep/ Staab, Part 2:

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