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AP Language and Composition 12/16/13 Agenda Bell ringer: Grassroots – Ch. 16; Pr. 1-3 Write questions on post-its. Weekly Overview and Today’s Objectives:

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1 AP Language and Composition 12/16/13 Agenda Bell ringer: Grassroots – Ch. 16; Pr. 1-3 Write questions on post-its. Weekly Overview and Today’s Objectives: TODAY: Grammar, discuss HT in small groups TU: Journal, discuss “Why I Want a Wife” WED: Read HT, discuss sarcasm/satire as a tone in writing TH: Journal, current event: Le’Sugar? FRI: TBD based on holiday party schedule

2 AP Language and Composition 12/17/13 Agenda Bell ringer: Just write! Focus word: SURLY (bad-tempered; unfriendly) Weekly Overview and Today’s Objectives: Today: Journal, discuss “Why I Want a Wife” WED: Read HT, continue discussing tone TH: Journal, current event: Le’Sugar FRI: TBD based on holiday party schedule

3 AP Language and Composition 12/18/13 Agenda Bell ringer: Read The Handmaid’s Tale independently. Weekly Overview and Today’s Objectives: WED: Read HT, continue discussing “I Want a Wife” and complete HT discussion questions TH: Journal, current event: Le’Sugar FRI: TBD based on holiday party schedule

4 “I Want a Wife” Complete reader response questions: 3, 6, 9, 11 in your notebook (individually); Discuss as a large group; Is Judy Brady right? HW: Read to p. 182 in HT by tomorrow.

5 The Handmaid’s Tale – pp Does Offred think of Ofglen as a friend? How can you tell? What do they begin to realize about each other? 2.On p. 166, it says: “Somehow the Wall is even more foreboding when it’s empty like this.” Based on context, what does foreboding mean? 3.Explain how prayers are “ordered” in the Republic of Gilead. 4.How have gender roles been redefined in this society? [Look for specific examples on p. 173 and 182.] 5. Describe “the catastrophe.” HW: Finish the novel by the end of the break.

6 AP Language and Composition – 12/19/13 Agenda Bell ringer: Discuss these questions from pp with a partner. 1. Does Offred think of Ofglen as a friend? How can you tell? What do they begin to realize about each other? 2. On p. 166, it says: “Somehow the Wall is even more foreboding when it’s empty like this.” Based on context, what does foreboding mean? 3. Explain how prayers are “ordered” in the Republic of Gilead. 4. How have gender roles been redefined in this society? [Look for specific examples on p. 173 and 182.] 5. Describe “the catastrophe.” HW: Finish the novel by the end of the break.


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