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Looking Ahead:. Tomorrow, Sept 28: last day to turn in S ummer Reading and extra credit assignments (don’t forget to submit to Turnitin.com and to give me a paper copy for Summer Reading and extra credit) Also, turn in level questions and work from 9-20)

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Looking ahead

Looking Ahead:

  • Tomorrow, Sept 28: last day to turn in Summer Reading and extra credit assignments (don’t forget to submit to Turnitin.com and to give me a paper copy for Summer Reading and extra credit) Also, turn in level questions and work from 9-20)

  • Begin Oedipus on Mon, Oct 1 and test on pp. 1420-1426.

  • Wed, Oct 3: Picture Day!!


9 27 12 objectives

9-27-12 Objectives:

  • To know how to answer multiple-choice questions on an AP Exam.

  • To apply essay-writing skills in an AP Essay question.


Today s agenda

Today’s Agenda:

  • Lord of the Flies exam (you know who you are if you are taking it today)

  • Go over answers for multiple-choice questions on practice AP Exam.

  • Discuss correct essay format

  • Beowulf exam


9 27 12 journal

9-27-12 Journal:

  • Would you ever want a life and/or career in the public eye? Explain why or why not.


The ap essay prose or poetry

The AP Essay: Prose or Poetry

  • Intro

  • Two body paragraphs

  • Conclusion

    *****Read the prompt first, then read the selection. Make sure that you are addressing the prompt!!!


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