November 7

AP Literature November 9-13

Week 14

BAND STUDENTS: Please keep up with your group responsibilities since presentations begin Monday. Pick up your copy of Heart of Darkness with the questions/quotes and the Poetry Out Loud assignment by Wednesday; these assignments are not due until after Thanksgiving, but you will have them to plan your schedule. You have no additional make up work to turn in–just stay in touch with your group.

Monday, November 9

  1. Warm-up: MCM Monday Poetry
  2. Read/analyze Act II; complete guided reading questions and notes for image trace.

*Homework:  DOAS test Wednesday; Group meeting Friday.

Learning goal(s): Draw conclusions about symbols and themes by analyzing textual evidence.

 

Tuesday, November 10

  1. Warm-up: Creative Writing
  2. Read/analyze Act II; complete guided reading questions and notes for image trace.

*Homework:  DOAS test Wednesday; Group meeting Friday.

Learning goal(s): Draw conclusions about symbols and themes by analyzing textual evidence.

 

Wednesday, November 11

  1. Assess Death of a Salesman Act II; turn in guided reading questions and notes for image trace.

*Homework:  Group meeting Friday.

Learning goal(s): Draw conclusions about symbols and themes by analyzing textual evidence.

 

Thursday, November 12

  1. Warm-up: Pondering Poetry; introduce Poetry Out Loud assignment and deadlines
  2. Introduce Heart of Darkness

*Homework:  Group meeting Friday.

Learning goal(s): Draw conclusions about symbols and themes by analyzing textual evidence.

 

Friday, November 13

  1. Warm-up: Fun Friday
  2. Collaborate with research groups to clarify reading and plan View sample presentations on the ipads and explore apps that could enhance your presentation.
  3. View/analyze Death of a Salesman film; evaluate director’s choices in adapting the play to film.

*Homework:  Museum presentations begin Monday.

Learning goal(s): Draw conclusions about symbols and themes by analyzing textual evidence.


Posted November 7, 2015 by Rachael Sanford in category AP Literature

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