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Please Do Now. Take out your TP-CASTT HW. At the bell, wait for the timer to complete the final section of your ACT English section. Homework : Complete Soto Essay: Due Thursday. Complete Vocab Practice Quiz: Due Thursday . Bring your personal poem and essay to type for Thursday.

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Please do now

Please Do Now

  • Take out your TP-CASTT HW.

  • At the bell, wait for the timer to complete the final section of your ACT English section.

    Homework:

  • Complete Soto Essay: Due Thursday.

  • Complete Vocab Practice Quiz: Due Thursday.

  • Bring your personal poem and essay to type for Thursday.


Agenda objectives

Agenda & Objectives

  • UNDERSTAND:

  • Reality only reveals itself when it is illuminated by a ray of poetry.

  • DO:

  • Attack an ACT-style multiple choice English section.

  • Organize portfolios.

  • Create a practice vocab quiz.

  • Compose a literary analysis of a poem.

  • ACT/Exam Review (15)

  • Portfolios (15)

  • Vocab Practice Quiz (10)

  • Essay (30)


Act exam practice answers

ACT/Exam Practice Answers

61. D

62. F

63. C

64. F

65. C

66. G

67. C

68. F

69. B

70. J

71. B

72. G

73. D

74. F

75. D


Scoring

Scoring


Portfolios

Portfolios

  • Put all your papers in numerical order. You should have 13 different papers.

  • If you are missing a paper, check the correct box on your checklist ,and let your teacher know so we can resolve the situation.

  • On your folder:

    1. Title all the papers;

    2. For FCA write one thing you can improve on; and

    3. Identify one thing you learned from this paper.


Turn it in due friday

Turn-it-In: DUE FRIDAY!

  • Allen, China: Essays #9 & 13 (College Essay #2)

  • Alicea, Amaris: Essay #5

  • Campbell, Ariel: Essay #13 (College Essay #2)

  • Davis, Derrion: Essays #8 & 13 (College Essay #2)

  • Diaz, Sam: Essay #3

  • Edinburg, Doneia: Essay #13 (College Essay #2)

  • Flannagan, Britnee: Essay #13 (College Essay #2)

  • Hayes, Shaquille: Essay #13 (College Essay #2)

  • Hodge, Dazhona: Essay #13 (College Essay #2)

  • Leon, Arlin: Essay #13 (College Essay #2)

  • McNairy, Ulesha: Essays #9 & 13 (College Essay #2)

  • Nelson, David: Essay #13 (College Essay #2)

  • Ramos, Michael: Essay #13 (College Essay #2)

  • Rojas, Brianna: Essay #13 (College Essay #2)

  • Tyler, Scott: Essay #13 (College Essay #2)

  • Williams, Terrell: Essay #13 (College Essay #2)


Vocab practice test

Vocab Practice Test

  • For each word list, create one unique synonym question and one unique antonym question.

  • Whatever you do not finish will be homework.


Exam practice essay

Exam Practice Essay

USE YOUR TP-CASTT HW to write the following in 30 minutes:

  • Thesis Paragraph: Mentions title, paraphrases the poem, and thesis explain the poem’s theme.

  • Body Paragraph 1: Focuses on connotation and gives specific examples of poetic devices used and their impact on the theme.

  • Body Paragraph 2: Focuses on attitude and gives specific examples of diction to prove the attitude of the poem.

  • Body Paragraph 3: Focuses on shifts in the poem and their impact on the overall theme.

  • Concluding Paragraph: Revisits the title and its significance. Connects theme to the audience.


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