April 8

AP Literature April 11-22

WEEK 13

 Monday, April 11

  1. Warm-up: MCM Monday Poetry
  2. Review museum roles (materials handler needs to clean up folder and Schoology; recorders need to assist materials handler in cleaning up folder and Schoology and begin work on annotated bibliography; directors need to be checking in, maintaining momentum & community, heading off any problems now, and helping where you’re needed; reading coaches should shift to quote finders—theoretically, you’re the expert on the text, so located thematic connections, style passages, and author quotes; display designers need to look at all the ideas and plan a big picture display with cohesive thematic elements; multimedia designers need to get started building a webpage, ppt, Prezi, etc. or acquiring apps and digital components); collaborate with groups to solidify this plan
  3. Read/analyze Death of a Salesman Act I, focusing on guided reading questions and image trace.

*Homework:

 Learning Goal(s): Understand characteristics of modern theatre, including absurdism and existentialism; analyze character and theme.

 

Tuesday, April 12

  1. Warm-up: Creative writing Tuesday
  2. Review theme statements and match with readings from this semester.
  3. Read/analyze Death of a Salesman Act I.

*Homework:

Learning Goal(s): Understand characteristics of modern theatre, including absurdism and existentialism; analyze character and theme.

 

Wednesday, April 13

  1. Warm-up: FRQ Prose
  2. Read/analyze Death of a Salesman Act I.

*Homework:

Learning goal(s): Apply writing feedback to new topics

 

Thursday, April 14

  1. Warm-up: Theme Thursday (pinwheel discussion of short stories)
  2. Read/analyze Death of a Salesman Act I.

*Homework:  Prepare for final group meeting.

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

 

Friday, April 15

  1. Warm-up: Fun Friday
  2. Collaborate with research groups to clarify reading and plan presentations;  View sample presentations on the ipads and explore apps that could enhance your presentation.
  3. Introduce Heart of Darkness & reading schedule.

*Homework:  Museum presentations begin Monday.

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

 

Week 14

Monday, April 18—Friday, April 22

  1. Present museum research projects.

*Homework: Read Heart of Darkness Book I; complete reading questions & quotes.

 Learning Goal(s): Create an engaging, interactive presentation to present your findings to the class.


Posted April 8, 2016 by Rachael Sanford in category AP Literature

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