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AP Lang & Comp Unit 1: Rhetorical Analysis Week 2: TSL, HF, Narrative Mode Rhetorical Analysis Week 2
8/19-8/23 Rhetorical Analysis ObjectiveAssignmentsHW MonDevelop background for HF WU: cacophony; rudimentary HF critiques TSL take-home test Study TSL vocab Revised essay due Tues. TSL take-home test due Fri. TuesAnalyze narrative essays WU: dissonance, euphony; admonish, inexorable Read & analyze “Salvation” HF materials (reading schedule, anticipation Qs, critiques) Read HF; prepare for seminar; study TSL vocab TSL take-home test due Fri. WedAnalyze literature rhetorically WU: TSL Vocab Test Continue “Salvation” Read HF; prepare for seminar TSL take-home test due Fri. ThursPrewrite a narrative essay WU: caricature; construe Narrative Essay Assignment & Prewriting Read & Analyze “Shooting an Elephant” Read HF; prepare for seminar TSL take-home test due Fri. FriParticipate in a seminar Final TSL discussion or quickwrite (TBD)Read HF; Bring prewriting for Monday. TSL take-home test due Fri. Rhetorical Analysis Week 2
Mon Vocab Rhetorical Terms Cacophonya harsh, discordant mixture of sounds. Fancy Words Rudimentaryinvolving or limited to basic principles. "he received a rudimentary education" Rhetorical Analysis Week 2 Jabberwocky by Lewis Carroll 'Twas brillig, and the slithy toves Did gyre and gimble in the wabe; All mimsy were the borogoves, And the mome raths outgrabe.
Tues. Vocab Rhetorical Terms Dissonancea tension or clash resulting from the combination of two disharmonious or unsuitable elements. Euphonythe quality of being pleasing to the ear, esp. through a harmonious combination of words. Fancy Words Admonishwarn or reprimand someone firmly. "she admonished me for appearing at breakfast unshaven" Inexorableimpossible to stop or prevent. "the seemingly inexorable march of new technology" Rhetorical Analysis Week 2
Thurs. Vocab Rhetorical Terms Caricaturea picture, description, or imitation of a person or thing in which certain striking characteristics are exaggerated in order to create a comic or grotesque effect. Fancy Words Construeinterpret (a word or action) in a particular way. "his words could hardly be construed as an apology" Rhetorical Analysis Week 2
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