Welcome to Livaudais’s English Classroom

I have developed this site for both my students and parents as well as other English teachers.  On the main page, you will find daily posts that detail what we are doing in class, homework assignments, and downloads for any notes, handouts, stories, etc that we will use in class.


I also have pages dedicated to the different levels of English as well as particular eras, units, novels, etc. for other English teachers who may be looking for new ideas.  If anyone would like to share their lesson plans as well, please email me.

Lastly, I have put together a research paper section for both students and teachers looking for lessons, help, handouts, videos, etc to assist in the research paper process.  Please email me with questions, suggestions, or ideas.

This year I will be using Remind to text homework and due date reminders to students and guardians. To receive messages via text, text 81010.
(919) 300-6406

H. English III block 1 class code: @livy04
Roundtable block 2 class code: @livy05
H. English III block 4 class code: @livy06

5/16 -Finish Raisin and Sam

H. English III: 1st and 4th blocks:
Finish Watching Raisin in the Sun
Begin handout A Raisin in the Sun movie handout
Roundtable: 2nd block:
Finish Watching I Am Sam
Discussion Questions for movie:

What did you learn about the challenges any new parent faces with a newborn?
How does Sam cope with his new responsibilities as a parent?
What qualities does he possess? What does he lack?
Why do you think society tends to be more accepting of the phobias/obsessive-compulsive tendencies of someone like Rita and less accepting of the autistic-tendencies Sam exhibits?
What disorder did the character Annie suffer from? How did she cope with her disorder?
Did any other characters exhibit symptoms indicative of one of the personality disorders we discussed in class? If so, who? What disorder(s)? What led you to this conclusion?
Did this movie change your impressions of mental disorders and/or disabilities. If so, how?