March 3

AP Literature March 6-10

WEEK 9

Bring your research novel to class every day.  

S 3/5—Membean 45 min. practice due.

T 3/14—Research paper final draft due.

Th 3/16—Film Director style montage due in class.

 

Monday, March 6

  1. MCM Poetry analysis
  2. View A Streetcar Named Desire, comparing and contrasting themes with Death of a Salesman.

*Homework: Compose research paper; continue researching your director’s films.

 

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.

 

Tuesday, March 7

  1. Creative Writing Tuesday:
  2. Finish A Streetcar Named Desire

*Homework: Compose research paper; continue researching your director’s films.

 

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.

 

Wednesday, March 8

  1. Preview poems for analysis.
  2. FRQ Wednesday: Poetry Analysis

*Homework: Compose research paper; continue researching your director’s films.

 

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

 

 

Thursday, March 9

  1. Theme Thursday: Web themes for DOAS and compose theme statements.
  2. Read/analyze Death of a Salesman Act II, focusing on image trace and reading guide questions.

*Homework: Compose research paper; continue researching your director’s films.

 

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.

 

Friday, March 10

  1. Library: Revise drafts of the research paper
  2. Fun Friday: Rebus puzzles
  3. Research stylistic techniques for your film director; begin compiling clips and analysis for your montage.
  4. View the Production 101 videos; submit a list of the three films you plan to watch for your film director.
  5. Group Meeting to discuss research novels and plans for museum presentations.

*Homework: Compose research paper; continue researching your director’s films.

 

Learning Goals: Compose a final draft of your research paper.


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

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