October 26

AP Literature Week 13 October 29 – November 2

Week 13

Planning Your Week

M 10/29: Animal imagery chart and word trace chart due

T 10/30: Infographic due

Th 11/1: Green-eyed monster illustration (extra credit) due

Continue working on EPCOT novel project requirements.

ONGOING: ZINC–continue with assignments. Remember your goal is to beat Walter’s class on the Leaderboard! (I mean, your goal is to enhance the sophistication of your writing by expanding your vocabulary. It will also help with SAT and ACT.) You must log in through Clever.

 

Monday, October 29

Opener: Daily Lines; Review rhetorical strategies and scene summaries through Act IV

Work Session:

  1. View film adaptation, comparing/contrasting.
  2. Compose a response to the rhetorical analysis prompt for Othello.

Closer: Read Act V.

Homework: Finish infographic; complete EPCOT requirements; ZINC!

 

Tuesday, October 30

Opener: Daily Lines

Work Session:

  1. Review Act V; compose a response to the film analysis question.
  2. Conduct research for EPCOT conversation paper.

Closer: Plan EPCOT research and presentations.

Homework: ZINC; complete EPCOT requirements.

 

Wednesday, October 31

Opener: Review EPCOT research requirements.

Work Session:

  1. Compose a response to the novel prompt.
  2. Conduct research for EPCOT novels.

Closer: Work on green-eyed monsters.

Homework: ZINC; complete EPCOT requirements.

 

Thursday, November 1

Opener: Daily Lines

Work Session:

  1. Mine group essays for similar themes, overlapping content, shared analysis points: what commonality exists in the individual essays that should be further explored in a group essay?
  2. Conduct research for EPCOT conversation paper.

Closer: Plan for tomorrow’s group meeting.

Homework: ZINC; complete EPCOT requirements.

 

Friday, October 26

Opener: EPCOT meeting–discuss research topics.

Work Session:

  1. Fun Friday activity to explore convergent thinking parallels
  2. EPCOT Meetings
  3. Read notes on the comedic ladder and theater of the absurd
  4. Begin Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close

Closer: Analyze the film, considering literary lenses that could be applied.

Homework: ZINC; complete EPCOT requirements.


Posted October 26, 2018 by Rachael Sanford in category AP Literature

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