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AP Lang & Comp Assignments

AP Language & Comp                                                                       MARCH 2019                                                            wwhittaker@valley.k12.ar.us

 

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

4

Turn in Rappaccini’s Daughter Quotes&Notes

 

Begin discussion of the Synthesis Essay Responses to Mandatory National Service

5

 

Dissecting/Evaluating AP

Synthesis Question

6

 

Wins-DAY

Early release.

 

Finish looking at synthesis responses

Read “The Chambered Nautilus” handout and answer Google class questions.

7

Introduction to the American Romantic Period:

 

Lecture and annotation of Holmes’ “The Chambered Nautilus”

 

Begin reading “The Cross of Snow and answer packet questions.

8

 

Lecture//Discussion

For “The Cross of Snow”

By Longfellow.

 

Examine the different levels of symbolism.

DRAW IT!

 

 

11

Come to class having read Whittier’s “Telling the Bees” and answer the GoogleClass questions before class starts.

 

Lecture and Discussion.

12

In-Class Reading of Dr. Heidegger’s Experiment

 

Oral reading and discussion with commentary for notes.

 

 

HOW Romantic?!?

13

Read Washington Irving’s

“The Devil and Tom Walker”

 

Examine HOW Irving creates MOOD through elements of nature.

 

HOW Romantic???

14

Parent Teacher Conf.

Early dismissal

15

No classes:

Teacher In-Service

18

 

SPRING BREAK

19

 

SPRING BREAK

20

 

SPRING BREAK

21

 

SPRING BREAK

22

 

SPRING BREAK

25

Begin Novel study: Great Gatsby

 

Connect the Puritan Aesthetic to the Theme of God’s providence in Lowell’s “The First Snowfall”

Lecture/Annotation/Discussion

26

Come to class having read Longfellow’s “The Tide Rises, The Tide Falls” and answer GoogleClass Questions before class.

Lecture & Annotation.

Finish period with Gatsby Reading time.

27

Come to class with completed handout for Bryant’s “Thanatopsis” poem.

 

Lecture & Annotation to follow general discussion.

28

Ultra-EPIC!!

Longfellow’s “The Skeleton in Armor” : Read before class and turn in reading handout at start of class.

 

Begin lecture and annotation

29

Great Gatsby Quiz 1

 

Finish Lecture and Annotations for “The Skeleton in Armor”

Discuss analysis assignment

(Due next Friday)