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Picture of Dorian Gray Reading Guide Expectations 1. ALL questions are to be in PARAGRAPH form (minimum 8- 12 sentences). 2. ALL paragraphs MUST have partial.

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1 Picture of Dorian Gray Reading Guide Expectations 1. ALL questions are to be in PARAGRAPH form (minimum sentences). 2. ALL paragraphs MUST have partial quotes EMBEDDED. 3. Answers must be written in PRESENT TENSE. 4. For questions asking for the identification of a device, explain WHY the quote is that device and ANALYZE the EFFECT of the quote (3 sentences minimum). 5. Avoid: 2 nd person, contractions, and ampersands (&) 6. Do not use Grade Saver, Spark Notes, eNotes or any other aid in the writing of this. 7. For this guide, use 20 vocabulary words from units 4-7. Underline the word and in parenthesis identify the unit of the word

2  Paragraph Format:  I. Topic sentence/CLAIM: answers the question directly.  A. Example transition and then DATA #1: partial quote embedded  in the sentence.  B. Warrant: 2-3 sentences ANALYZING the data, answering  WHY and HOW the device used creates the effect.  C. Additional information transition and then DATA #2: partial  quote embedded in sentence.  D. Warrant: 2-3 sentences ANALYZING the data, answering  WHY and HOW the device used creates the effect.  E. Additional information transition and then DATA #3: partial  quote embedded in sentence  F. Warrant: 2-3 sentences ANALYZING the data, answering  WHY and HOW the device used creates the effect.  G. Wrap-up sentence

3 Picture of Dorian Gray Reading Guide Expectations  Data: used in EVERY answer (1 data for 3 sentence answers and 3 data for sentence answers). Any answer without the miniumum data will receive half credit only since textual evidence is KEY to Common Core and AP.  Claim: ANSWERS THE PROMPT DIRECTLY. Ex. Shakespeare uses visual imagery and connotative diction in the Porter’s scene to create a satirical tone.  Characterization refers to a personality trait.  Meaning=message or theme. Themes are NOT one word. Ask: 1. What is the topic? 2. What is this scene/play saying about the topic? Ex. The banquet scene portrays the idea that guilt has an adverse effect on the psyche of people.

4 Picture of Dorian Gray Reading Guide Expectations  Imagery: words used to describe imagery are: visual (sight), auditory (sound), kinesthetic (touch), olfactory (smell) and gustatory (taste).  Diction: use the terms on the handout that we discussed.  Combine diction and language in the analysis.  Use literary present tense when writing about literature.  Use example transitions when introducing the data/text evidence.  This what???  Start sentences a variety of ways.  Follow pacing guide (divide and conquer) to avoid stress and to achieve success.


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