February 26

AP Literature February 29-March 1

WEEK 8

Monday, February 29

  1. Warm-up: Review subtext and analysis requirements for the Act II Scene 3 assessment.
  2. Analyze & rehearse Act II Scene 3 “The Drinking Scene”

*Homework:  Read research novelsgroup meeting Friday.

Learning goal(s): Create an engaging, interactive presentation to present your findings to the class and apply a range of themes found in Othello.

 

Tuesday, March 1

  1. Warm-up: Rehearse and make final adjustments to Act II Scene 3.
  2. Rehearse and perform Act II Scene 3 “The Drinking Scene”
  3. Ticket-out-the-door: Evaluate each group’s performance; identify strengths and highlight key points in the scene.

*Homework:  Read research novels—group meeting Friday.

 Learning goal(s): Use the nonverbal, performance-related aspects of a script to influence the audience’s perception of theme.

 

Wednesday, March 2

  1. Warm-up: Review highlights from last week’s FRQ (strong intros, smooth lead-ins and transitions, apt and specific evidence).
  2. Analyze your writing, comparing to released sample essays and the published rubric.
  3. Revise your essay to push up at least one level on the rubric.
  4. Review Othello Acts I & II

*Homework:  Read research novels—group meeting Friday.

Learning goal(s): Analyze your timed writing and plan revisions to strengthen it.

 

Thursday, March 3

  1. Continue reviewing Othello Acts I & II
  2. Compare/contrast film techniques with literary techniques; discuss eliminating Act I.
  3. Assign green-eyed monsters; analyze Iago’s & Emilia’s comments about jealousy and create an artistic rendition of the abstract concept.
  4. Read and analyze 1-2; begin 3.3 and prepare for the “Temptation Scene Relay.”

*Homework:  Group meeting Fri.; green-eyed monsters due Tuesday.

Learning goal(s): Use the nonverbal, performance-related aspects of a script to influence the audience’s perception of theme.

 

Friday, March 4

  1. Warm-up: Fun Friday—Sudoku puzzles
  2. Collaborate with research groups to clarify reading and plan museums.
  3. Perform the “Temptation Scene” Lesson 16

*Homework: Read research novels; green-eyed monsters due Tuesday. 

Learning goal(s): Develop collaboration with peers to deepen analysis and extension of a text.


Posted February 26, 2016 by Rachael Sanford in category AP Literature

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