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“it’s a Frenetic Friday, and because it’s Friday, you know what that means…” . AP Literature and Composition / September 21, 2012 Mr. Houghteling. “It’s great to be alive!” . AGENDA. Collect “ Dulce ” work. Vladimir Nabokov— “Good Readers and Good Writers” Slaughterhouse-Five.

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It s a frenetic friday and because it s friday you know what that means

“it’s a Frenetic Friday, and because it’s Friday, you know what that means…”

AP Literature and Composition / September 21, 2012

Mr. Houghteling


It s great to be alive
“It’s great to be alive!” know what that means…”


Agenda
AGENDA know what that means…”

  • Collect “Dulce” work.

  • Vladimir Nabokov— “Good Readers and Good Writers”

  • Slaughterhouse-Five


Good readers and good writers
“Good Readers and Good Writers” know what that means…”

  • Anticipation Guide

    • Groups of four.

    • Read all, discuss many, choose four.

  • Reading Nabokov

    • Annotate.

    • Track qualities of good readers (be/have/do) on the table.


Vladimir nabokov
Vladimir Nabokov know what that means…”

  • Born to noble family in Russia.

  • Was trilingual at an early age.

  • After WWI, the Nabokovs fled Russia for England, then Berlin. After his father was murdered, Nabokov became a poet, fleeing Berlin in 1940 to U.S.

  • Wrote Lolita, ranked 4 on the Modern Library’s 100 Best Novels. Pale Fire was ranked 53 on that list.

  • Nabokov is noted for his complex plots, clever word play, and use of alliteration.


Homework
HOMEWORK know what that means…”

  • Complete your reading of “Good Readers and Good Writers.” Complete the table as you finish the reading.

  • Read Slaughterhouse-Five! Use the notes from Nabokov as a guide while you read.

  • Study the imagery man chart.

  • Review both “The Soldier” and “Dulce et Decorum Est” using the imagery man chart. You should be able to find quality examples of varying imagery, specifically in reference to “Dulce.”


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