Syllabus         




Project: Literary 
Element Tracker


MLA Style Guide         






Coursework
(Summer 2014)       


AP Website         


  • Week of September 18th

    Monday, Sept. 18

    1. MC1 Rationalizations due

    2. Glossaries

    3. SSR


    Tuesday, Sept. 19

    1. Lit Era Presentations  (Take notes)


    Wednesday, Sept. 20

    1. Lit Era Presentations (Take notes)


    Thursday, Sept. 21

    1. Lit Era EXAM


    Friday, Sept. 22

    1. Test Prep Friday, Essay 1


    Posted Sep 15, 2017, 2:08 PM by Julia Edge
  • Week of September 11th

    Monday, Sept. 11

    1. Crucible Exam


    Tuesday, Sept. 12

    1. Lit Device Glossary

    2. SSR


    Wednesday, Sept. 13

    1. Lit Era Project, due Tuesday

    2. Start research in computer lab


    Thursday, Sept. 14

    1. Lit Era Project, continue research in lab


    Friday, Sept. 15

    1. The Secrets of Taking a Multiple Choice Test

    2. Test Prep Friday, MC1

    3. Indi-Read #1 book choices


    Reminder-   Glossaries/SSR Monday
            Literary Era Presentations due Tuesday



    Posted Sep 15, 2017, 2:10 PM by Julia Edge
  • Week of September 6th
    Wednesday, Sept. 6
    1. Intro to AP Lit

      1. Tour room

      2. ScappooseEnglish.com

      3. Daily schedule, SSR, etc.

      4. Hanging files

      5. Remind.com Text: @de3kd6 To: 81010

    2. On-going projects in this class

      1. Always bring SSR bks Monday

      2. Literary Device Glossaries

      3. Academic Vocab, new words Tuesday, Q: Fri

    3. Personal responsibility: This is an advanced placement course. You will hold yourself in a respectful way in this classroom. I expect you to have the utmost respect for your peers, the curriculum, and yourself. This means, plainly, you will walk into this class ready to learn everyday. If your inclination toward … change it, or change your schedule. Your work will be subjected to plagiarism checks, so make sure your assignments are your thoughts only.

    4. Summer HW: The Crucible

    5. Roll out Lit Device Glossaries, 16 due 12.11.2017


    Thursday, Sept. 7

    1. Socratic Seminar Qs Peer Review Work (Groups of two)

    Leading Questions are open-ended questions that cannot be answered with a Yes or No. They are thoughtful questions and elicit thoughtful answers.

      1. Are these open-ended questions?

      2. Can they be quickly answered by a Google search?

      3. Are they Level 2, 3, or 4 on the Depth of Knowledge chart? 

    1. Socratic Seminar


    Friday, Sept. 8 (Assembly Schedule, 55 min classes)

    1. Continue SS (outer circle)

    2. Introduce Lit Era Project, hand-out

      1. Presentation/Posters/note taking

      2. Exam

      3. Research in Lab two days

      4. Due Tuesday, Sept. 19

    3. Crucible exam Monday, Bring a book















































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    Posted Jul 13, 2016, 12:17 PM by Julia Edge
  • Mon/Tues, Dec. 14/15
    1. Turn in MC5
    2. Lit Device Glossaries
    3. SSR
    4. Academic Vocab 
    5. Baglady discussion 

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Unit Files


Introduction:            

Unit 1
The Elements of Fiction

  Module 1          
  Reading          
  Fiction         
 
  Module 2         
  Plot         

  Module 3         
  Character         

  Module 4         
  Setting         

  Module 5         
  Point of View         

  Module 6         
  Symbolism         

  Module 7         
  Theme         

  Module 8         
  Style, Tone, and Irony         

Unit 3
The Elements of Poetry

  Module 1          
  Reading          
  Poetry         

  Module 2         
  Word Choice,          
  Word Order,         
  and Tone         

  Module 3         
  Images         

  Module 4
  Figures of Speech         

  Module 5
  Symbol,          
  Allegory,         
  and Irony         

  Module 6
  Sounds         

  Module 7
  Patterns of Rhythm         

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