January 15

AP Literature January 19-22

WEEK 3

Monday, January 18 —MLK, Jr. Day Holiday

 Tuesday, January 19

1. Model using Foster’s How to Read Literature Like a Professor

2. Work in pop-up museum groups

3. View Streetcar film

*Homework: Read/analyze assigned chapters from Foster’s How to Read Literature Like a Professor; respond to discussion board on Schoology by midnight of Thursday; In the Lake of the Woods artifacts/pop-up museum presentations due TOMORROW; Poetry Out Loud annotations and TPFASST charts for both poems and recitation of one of  your two poems Thursday.

 Learning Goal(s): Use textual evidence to support your analysis of the explicit and inferred meanings of a novel, including uncertainties.

Wednesday, January 20

1. Present In the Lake of the Woods pop-up museum research projects.

*Homework: Read/analyze assigned chapters from Foster’s How to Read Literature Like a Professor; respond to discussion board on Schoology by midnight of Thursday; Poetry Out Loud annotations and TPFASST charts for both poems and recitation of one of  your two poems TOMORROW.

 Learning Goal(s): Evaluate presentations and use further research to enhance understanding of a literary text.

 

Thursday, January 21

E       1.      Perform Poetry Out Loud recitations.

_       2.      Complete Putting It All Together discussions in small groups.

*Homework: Read/analyze assigned chapters from Foster’s How to Read Literature Like a Professor; respond to discussion board on Schoology by midnight TONIGHT. Bring your novel or play (In the Lake or Streetcar to class tomorrow).

 Learning Goal(s): Use textual evidence to support your analysis of the explicit and inferred meanings of a novel, including uncertainties; understand that texts may illustrate multiple themes with many implications.

 

Friday, January 22

_     1.      FRQ Wednesday on Friday – Compose a response to timed writing prompts on Streetcar or In the Lake of the Woods

_    2.      Evaluate your essay.

Learning goal(s): Demonstrate mastery of standards on timed writing assessment.


Posted January 15, 2016 by Rachael Sanford in category AP Literature

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