**Reading Schedule:**

**This schedule is not optional; be sure to read chapters as assigned. Come to class prepared throughout our reading of the novel.**

**M, 1/11:** Read chapters 1, 2, and 3 today.

**T, 1/12:** Chapters **1, 2, and 3** are due today **(about 14 pages)**. (Read chapters 4, 5, and 6 for homework tonight.)

**W, 1/13:** Chapters **4, 5, and 6** are due today

**(about 14 pages)**. (Read chapters 7, 8, and 9 for homework tonight.)

**R, 1/14:** Chapters **7, 8, and 9** are due today

**(about 11 pages)**. (Read chapter 10 for homework tonight.)

**F, 1/15:** Chapter **10** is due today **(about 12 pages)**. (Read chapters 11, 12, and 13 for homework tonight--**about 19 pages**.)

**S, 1/16:** --- (Read chapters 14-16 today--**about 20 pages**.)

**L, 1/17:** --- (Read chapters 17-19 today--**about 16 pages**.)

**M, 1/18:** Chapters **11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, and 19** are due today. Read chapter 20 for homework tonight.

**T, 1/19:** Chapter **20** is due today **(about 10 pages)**. Read chapter 21 for homework on Tuesday, 1/26.

During this week when no reading is required, we will be reviewing what we have read so far. It's a good time to gather our knowledge of the novel as we move into the second part of this work.

**W, ****1/27****:** Chapter **21** is due today **(about 14 pages)**. Read chapters 22 and 23 for homework tonight.

**R, 1/28:** Chapters **22 and 23** are due today

**(about 14 pages)**. Read chapter 24 for homework tonight.

**F, 1/29:** Chapter **24** is due today **(about 15 pages)**. (Read chapter 25 tonight--about 10 pages.)

**S, 1/30:** --- (Read chapters 26-28 today--**about 9 pages**.)

**L, 1/31:** --- (Read chapters 29-30 today--**about 7 pages**.)

**M, 2/1:** Chapters **25, 26, 27, 28, 29, and 30** are due today. Read chapters 31, 32, and 33 for homework tonight.

**T, 2/2:** Chapters **31, 32, and 33** are due today

**(about 18 pages)**. Read chapters 34, 35, and 36 for homework tonight.

**W, 2/3:** Chapters **34, 35, and 36** are due today

**(about 12 pages)**. Read chapters 37, 38, and 39 for homework on

**2/10**.

**R, 2/****11****:** Chapters **37, 38, and 39** are due today

**(about 12 pages)**. Read chapters 40 and 41 for homework tonight.

**F, 2/12:** Chapters **40 and 41 **are due today **(about 14 pages)**. (__Tonight, start Monday's reading assignment by reading chapters 42 and 43; that's about 13 pages__.)

**S, 2/13:** --- (__On Saturday, continue working on Monday's reading assignment by reading chapters 44 and 45; that's about 12 pages__.)

**L, 2/14:** --- (__On Sunday, finish Monday's reading assignment by reading chapter 46; that's about 13 pages__.)

**M, 2/15:** Chapters **42, 43, 44, 45, and 46** are due today. Read chapters 47 and 48 for homework tonight.

**T, 2/16:** Chapters **47 and 48** are due today

**(about 14 pages)**. Read chapters 49, 50, and 51 for homework tonight.

**W, 2/17:** Chapters **49, 50, and 51** are due today **(about 15 pages)**. Read chapters 52, 53, and 54 for homework tonight.

**R, 2/18: **Chapters **52, 53, and 54** are due today

**(about 13 pages)**.

**Read chapters 55, 56, and 57 for homework tonight.**

**F, 2/19: **Chapters **55, 56, and 57** are due today

**(about 15 pages)**. (

__Tonight, start Monday's reading assignment by reading chapters 58 and 59;__.)

**that's about 13 pages****S, 2/20: **(__On Saturday, continue working on Monday's reading assignment by reading chapters 60 and 61; that's about 13 pages__.)

**L, 2/21: **(__On Sunday, finish Monday's reading assignment by reading chapters 62 and 63; that's about 15 pages__.)

**M, 2/22: **Chapters **58, 59, 60, 61, 62, and 63** are due today. Read chapters 64, 65, 66, 67, and 68 for homework tonight.

**T, 2/23: **Chapters **64-68** are due today **(about 30 pages)**. (Finish the novel for tomorrow.)

**W, 2/24: **Chapters **69-73** are due today **(about 28 pages)**.** **(Have the novel finished for today.)

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**Annotated Map of Locations in the Novel**

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**Crime and Punishment Activity, page 1**

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**Crime and Punishment Activity, page 2**

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**Sample In-class Essay Introduction, Body, and Conclusion**

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**CHAPTER ANNOTATIONS (Click individual links below.)**

**I wrote these specifically for your benefit and for your enjoyment of the novel; use them as you read so that you can relish this exciting, edifying novel.****As the novel progresses, the plot becomes more and more intriguing. These extra thoughts, evocative questions, and explanatory insights will help you understand the novel as you read.****At any time you encounter difficulty or come up with questions regarding any of these points, do not hesitate to see me for assistance or to ask questions during class.****Chapters 1-3****Chapters 4-6****Chapters 7-9****Chapter 10****Chapters 11-12****Chapters 13-15****Chapter 16****Chapters 17-19****Chapter 20****Chapter 21****Chapters 22-23****Chapter 24****Chapters 25-30****Chapters 31-33****Chapters 34-36****Chapters 37-39****Chapters 40-41****Chapters 42-46****Chapters 47-48****Chapters 49-51****Chapters 52-54****Chapters 55-57****Chapters 58-63****Chapters 64-65****Chapters 66-68****Chapters 69-73 (end)**

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**Knowing how to pronounce the French words will help your reading and comprehension.****If you have any questions whatsoever, do not hesitate to ask me.**

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**CHARACTER LIST (PRINT AND USE AS YOU READ.)**

**This list covers every single character in the novel.****There is room for you to write down your own thoughts and observations about the characters.****I created this for you so that keeping track of the characters does not become unwieldy.**

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**I wrote these questions so that you have a basic idea of the factual information to look for as you read each chapter.****Write out answers to each and every single question so that you understand what you are reading.****At any time you encounter difficulty with any of these questions, do not hesitate to see me for assistance**__as long as you have attempted a reasonable, written response first__.

**CAN'T GET ENOUGH OF EDMOND'S STORY? BUY THE UNABRIDGED VERSION!**

**This is the actual, full-length version that I myself own and have read.****It is absolutely, amazingly, uncategorically, completely fascinating and engrossing.****The unabridged version does not necessarily make the plot any more complicated, but it offers, among other benefits, a deeper understanding of the characters we meet in the abridged version that we read in class.****(The edition to which I have linked at goodreads.com is available at Amazon.)**