March 23

AP Literature Week 12 March 26 – 30

Week 12

Planning Your Week

F 3/30: Group meeting for EPCOT project; you will begin brainstorming research topics at this meeting.

 

Monday, March 26

Opener: Review 2.1, 2.2 and the setting change from Venice to Cyprus.

Work Session:

  1. Perform subtext scenarios and review the opening to 2.3 with stage directions promptbook.
  2. Analyze 2.3: annotate scripts to add cues for subtext; justify directorial choices; plan props, costumes, stage scenery/backdrops for classroom productions.

Closer: Review TWIST graphic organizer for style analysis.

HW: Read research novels and prepare for Friday’s group meeting.

 

Tuesday, March 27

Opener: MCM on a Tuesday (prose analysis)

Work Session:

  1. Continue analysis of 2.3.
  2. Rehearse and list items needed for tomorrow’s performance.

Closer: Select a passage from your research novel for a TWIST style analysis.

HW: Post passage for TWIST analysis to Schoology; read research novels and prepare for Friday’s group meeting.

 

Wednesday, March 28

Opener: Quick rehearsal for 2.3 performances.

Work Session:

  1. Perform 2.3.
  2. View film adaptation, comparing/contrasting with class performance.
  3. Compose a response to the FRQ for research novels.

Closer: Self-assess FRQ.

HW: Post passage for TWIST analysis to Schoology; read research novels and prepare for Friday’s group meeting.

 

Thursday, March 29

Opener: Review plot structure, animal imagery, and word trace.

Work Session:

  1. Read/analyze 3.1, 3.2; begin 3.3 and perform the “Temptation Scene” Lesson 16.
  2. Read & analyze 3.4 (Lesson 18: “Ocular Proof”).

Closer: Review Act III; evaluate the director’s choices in the Fishburne adaptation.

HW: Read research novels and prepare for Friday’s group meeting.

 

Friday, March 30

Opener: Review the chart of major tasks from last Friday, comparing with the rubric. Make sure you have started on all sections and have a plan for interactive stations within your EPCOT presentation. List research topics.

Work Session:

  1. Analyze the politics of casting of Othello (Lesson 18: “The Moor Is Far More Fair than Black”) and the gender issues (Lesson 19 “There’s Magic in the Web”); read the article about KSU’s production of As You Like It.
  2. Read Act IV, Scene 1; discuss “The Slap” & Othello’s fall Lesson 20 “Is This the Noble Moor?”
  3. On Your Feet reading of Act IV, Scene 2; performance of Willow Scene (Act IV, Scene 3) Lesson 21 “O These Men, These Men!”; write a short poem, using one of Shakespeare’s lines from Act IV, Scene 2 or 3. 
  4. Select two volunteers to read Act IV, Scene 3.

Closer: View film adaptation for Act IV and evaluate the director’s choices.

HW: Enjoy your break! Work on EPCOT project requirements and begin research.


Posted March 23, 2018 by Rachael Sanford in category AP Literature

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