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AP Literature : Welcome Back!. Freire Charter School Ms. Stacey Thursday, September 18, 2014. Class Bulletin: 9.18.14. What are our objectives? Vocab Unit G2 Quiz “Desiree’s Baby” Reading Check “Desiree’s Baby” Theme Activity Preview Ch 5: POV What goes in the bin? Nothing

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Ap literature welcome back

AP Literature:Welcome Back!

Freire Charter School

Ms. Stacey

Thursday, September 18, 2014


Class bulletin 9 18 14

Class Bulletin: 9.18.14

  • What are our objectives?

    • Vocab Unit G2 Quiz

    • “Desiree’s Baby” Reading Check

    • “Desiree’s Baby” Theme Activity

    • Preview Ch 5: POV

  • What goes in the bin?

    • Nothing

  • What goes on your desk?

    • Nothing! Vocab Quiz

  • Who has something to make up?

    • Marcus(2)

      Who needs to be in the Writing Center?

    • For an Appt: N/A

    • AP Fellow: Najah


Vocab unit g2 quiz

Vocab Unit G2 Quiz


Vocab unit g3

Vocab Unit G3

  • ArticulateMurky

  • CavortNefarious

  • CredencePiquant

  • DecryPrimordial

  • DissemblePropinquity

  • DistraughtUnwonted

  • EulogyUtopian

  • EvinceVerbiage

  • ExhumeVerdant

  • FecklessViscous


Desiree s baby

“Desiree’s Baby”


Review theme statement formula

REVIEW:Theme Statement Formula

1. When<define the protagonist>

2. comes in conflict with/encounters <define the antagonists/antagonistic forces>

3. in a situation in which <define the relevant circumstances/conditions/setting>

4. the result may be <explain/define the outcomes, ending points, epiphanies, dynamic changes in character, resolutions, conclusions>

PUT IT TOGETHER:

“When a person like the protagonist encounters a challenge like this one under these conditions the result may be that something significant occurs.”


Theme in desiree s baby a silent conversation

THEME in “Desiree’s Baby”A Silent Conversation

STEP 1: Read your classmates’ theme statement from the blog and respond (Edit! Question! Comment! Connect! React! Push! Play Devil’s Advocate! Critique!) in the space below:

STEP 2: Pass to your left! Read the theme and your classmates’ comments. Respond to both.

STEP 3:Pass to your left again! Read the theme and your classmates’ comments. Respond to all.

STEP 4: Return the statement to its owner!


Ch 5 point of view

Ch 5: Point of View

  • What do you know about…

    • Point of View?

      • Omniscient?

      • Third Person Limited?

      • First Person?

      • Objective?

      • Stream of Consciousness?


Homework 9 18 14

Homework9.18.14

  • FOR TOMORROW:

  • Read Perrine Ch 5: POV; Complete Cornell Notes

  • Read “The Lottery” and respond to BLOG

    LOOKING AHEAD:

  • Vocab Unit G3 Packet Due/Quiz Wed 10/1


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