October 7

AP Literature October 10-14

Week 10

PLANNING YOUR WEEK

Sun., Oct. 9– Complete Membean vocabulary practice.

Wed., Oct. 12– Final draft of FRQ (hawk & dog) due to Turnitin.com by 11:59 p.m.

Fri., Oct. 14– Group meeting; bring 3 articles for research papers

Monday, October 10

1. Warm-up: MCM Prose

2. Review subtext and analysis requirements for the Act II Scene 3 assessment.

3. Analyze & rehearse Act II Scene 3 “The Drinking Scene”

*Homework:  Revised FRQ (hawk & dog) due Wednesday; 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, October 11

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:  Revised FRQ (hawk & dog) due Wednesday; 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, October 12

1.      Warm-up: Review highlights from last week’s FRQ (strong intros, smooth lead-ins and transitions, apt and specific evidence); introduce research paper assignment. 

2.      Begin researching critical viewpoints on research novels; compose a working thesis statement.

*Homework:  Continue researching critical articles for research novels; group meeting Friday.

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

Thursday, October 13

1.      Review Othello Acts I & II

2.      Compare/contrast film techniques with literary techniques; discuss eliminating Act I.

3.      Read and analyze 3.1-2; begin 3.3 and prepare for the “Temptation Scene Relay.”

*Homework:  Continue researching critical articles for 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.

Friday, October 14

1. Warm-up: Fun Friday

2. Collaborate with research groups to clarify reading and plan museums.

3. Perform the “Temptation Scene” 

*Homework: 

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


Posted October 7, 2016 by Rachael Sanford in category AP Literature

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