February 3

AP Literature Feb. 6-10

WEEK 6

Bring your research novel to class every day.  

S 2/5—Membean and post your research novel analysis to Schoology.

T 2/7—Post style passage and analysis paragraph for research novel to Schoology.

Th 2/9—Submit precis for three research articles to Turnitn.com.

F 2/10—Three annotated articles due in class; bring materials for group meeting (directors should provide an agenda; reading coaches should provide discussion questions)

S 2/12—Membean due; submit film director biography and filmography to Turnitin.com.

M 2/13—Film analysis handout due in class.

 

Monday, February 6

  1. Warm-up: Multiple Choice Monday
  2. Review “The Other Wife” and write 3 multiple choice questions
  3. Introduce research process and paper requirements.
  4. Introduce director’s project Part I: Biographical Analysis

*Homework: Read research novel and prepare for group meetings.

 

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

                

Tuesday, February 7

  1. Warm-up: Creative Writing Tuesday
  2. Media Center: Explore available literary criticism on your research/museum novel; formulate a topic and working thesis statement and identify three potential secondary sources for your paper.
  3. Research your director’s biography and body of work, selecting one film to view and analyze.

*Homework:  Post style passage and analysis to Schoology; research director’s biography and filmography; read research novel and prepare for group meetings.

 

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

 

Wednesday, February 8

  1. FRQ Wednesday: Follow up for “The Other Wife”
  2. Annotate research articles, identifying 2 quotes and 1 paraphrase in each; compose precis for each article.

*Homework: Research director’s biography and filmography; read research novel and prepare for group meetings.

 

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

 

Thursday, February 9

  1. Theme Thursday: Analyze the depiction of the American Dream in multiple genres and contexts.
  2. Ponder Death of a Salesman pre-reading questions; group therapy.

*Homework:  Submit precis for research articles to Turnitin.com tonight; bring annotated articles to class tomorrow. Research director’s biography and filmography; read research novel and prepare for group meetings.

 

Learning Goal(s): Understand that similar themes emerge across different texts and time periods; texts may illustrate multiple themes with many implications; understand film as text.

 

Friday, February 10

  1. Fun Friday: Alphabox for parent-child relationships.
  2. Collaborate with research groups to analyze literary elements and discuss research progress.
  3. Read/analyze Death of a Salesman Act I, focusing on symbolic images.
  4. Compare/contrast opening scene with the text.

*Homework:  Research director’s biography and filmography and submit to Turnitin.com by Sunday; view a film from your director and complete the analysis handout due Monday.

 

Learning Goal(s): Understand that similar themes emerge across different texts and time periods; texts may illustrate multiple themes with many implications; understand film as text.


Posted February 3, 2017 by Rachael Sanford in category AP Literature

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