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 Daily Objective/s: To learn to successfully write a rhetorical analysis essay and complete multiple choice selections for the AP exam.  Daily Activities.

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1  Daily Objective/s: To learn to successfully write a rhetorical analysis essay and complete multiple choice selections for the AP exam.  Daily Activities and Assessment:  As you come in, watch video of people participating in extreme sports at: ▪ ▪ (In other words, if they can jump off mountains—you can write an AP essay!)  Assign Literary Terms Assignment #1 on p.64 - due September 18 (A Day)/ 19 (B Day)  Assign One Child Autobiographical Essay p.137- due September 12 to and presented September 13 (B Day)/ 14 (A Day)  Complete AP Essay #1 (worth 50 points)  Complete AP Multiple Choice Practice #1 (worth 10 points)

2  Daily Objective/s: To understand specialized vocabulary for success on the AP exam.  Daily Activities and Assessment:  Work independently on literary terms assignment  Read “How to Escape from a Bad Date” in Patterns for College Writing on p Pick any five questions on p to answer on your own; in a group of three of four, create five AP-style multiple choice questions using guidelines on p of your guidebook. You should also in your group do another set of guidelines on the topic of “How to Escape from _______”; it can be serious or humorous in nature.

3  Daily Objective/s: To work cohesively in a cooperative learning group.  Daily Activities and Assessment:  Assign Comparison/Contrast essay on Brave New World (p. 55); rough draft is due September 12 at 11:59 pm and we will work on it in class on September 12 in Rm. 213; peer editing is due September 14 at 11:59 pm and we will work on it in class on September 14 in Room 213; final draft is due September 20 and we will work on it in class in Rm. 215 on September 20. I will also pass out handout on finding literary criticism using Panther Central.  Work in groups on Brave New World Group Review and creative activity—due next class period (and to turnitin.com by the time class starts)  Bring Readings for Writers next class period

4  Daily Objective/s: To understand the implications of a dystopian society.  Daily Activities and Assessment:  Share Brave New World Group Review and Creative Activity  Go over Readings for Writers assigned in syllabus. We will discuss “That Lean and Hungry Look” “Rules for Aging” and “That Time of Year” together

5  Daily Objective/s:  To comprehend the dystopian implications of a Brave New World society.  To understand satire.  Daily Activities and Assessment:  Present Brave New World projects  Go over review for Thursday’s test on The Last Lecture and Brave New World- worth 125 points  Go over satire by reading definitions from Samuel Johnson’s Dictionary and coming up with our own satirical definitions  Read “A Modest Proposal” and go over how to write A Modest Proposal p.73 (We will do this in-class after the test on Thursday due to the fact that the labs have been hijacked by FAIR testing; therefore you will not be required to write a rough draft, do formal peer editing, and write a final draft. You will, however, be expected to share parts of your written draft on Thursday.)

6  Daily Objective/s:  To be successful in taking a college-level comprehensive test.  To understand satire.  Daily Activities and Assessment:  Take test on Brave New World and The Last Lecture  Write your own Modest Proposal (p. 73)  When finished, skim Chapters 41 and 42 in Literature and do an activity (p. 76)


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