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AP Literature April Agenda. Agenda 4/2/13. Hamlet-Act 3 M/C The Eolian Harp (Poetry) In groups answer multiple choice For each answer write a rational for correct answer. Agenda 4/4/13. Hamlet, Act 3 cont. Finish Eolian Harp m/c and rationales Go over answers

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Ap literature april agenda

AP Literature April Agenda


Agenda 4 2 13

Agenda 4/2/13

  • Hamlet-Act 3

  • M/C The Eolian Harp (Poetry)

    • In groups answer multiple choice

    • For each answer write a rational for correct answer


Agenda 4 4 13

Agenda 4/4/13

  • Hamlet, Act 3 cont.

  • Finish Eolian Harp m/c and rationales

    • Go over answers

  • Advice Letters-Read and Share

  • Major Works Data Sheet for independent novel due Monday, April 8th

  • Read Act 4 of Hamlet for Monday


Act 3 roles

Act 3 Roles

King-Abby

Rosencrantz-Matt

Guildenstern-Aurora

Queen-Andrew

Polonius-Joey

Hamlet-Mrs. F

Ophelia-Ashley Kate

First Player-Miranda

Horatio-Kassiel

First/Player King- Zak

Player Queen- Andrew

Lucianus- Jazmin

Ghost Hamlet- Frank


Agenda 4 8 13

Agenda 4/8/13

  • AP Exam pre-bubble sheets

  • Hamlet m/c practice quiz

  • Hamlet Act 5

  • Major Works Data Sheet due Wed. April 10th

  • There Eyes Were Watching God-April 17th


Act 5 roles

Act 5 Roles

First Gravedigger-Aurora

Second Gravedigger-Miranda

Hamlet-Mrs. F

Horatio-Kassiel

Laertes-Frank

First Priest-Jazmin

Queen-Andrew

King-Zak

Osric-Jazmin

Fortinbras-Joey


Agenda 4 9 13

Agenda 4/9/13

Read and share Parent Advice letters.


Agenda 4 10 13

Agenda 4/10/13

  • Paired Poem Essay: A Barred Owl and The History Teacher.

    • Complete the pre-writing/annotation activity

    • Write the essay (practice weaving)

  • After lunch, Act 5 Hamlet cont.


Agenda 4 12 13

Agenda 4/12/13

  • Hamlet Act 5, finish


Agenda 4 17 13

Agenda 4/17/13

  • Paired poem essay: 40 minutes. Go!

  • There Eyes Were Watching God

    • Covers: What do you notice

    • Background info-Hurston

    • 1st page-What do you glean


Agenda 4 23 13

Agenda 4/23/13

  • Hamlet Essay Yay!

    • Using your MWDS, answer the open prompt from 2011.

    • Do your pre-planning on the prompt sheet

    • Practice the weaving technique

    • Make sure to answer all parts of the prompt

  • After lunch, Hamlet discussion

    • Tragic hero/compare contrast with Ethan Frome

  • Have Chpts. 6-10 TEWWG by Thurs. April 25th. Expect an assessment!

  • 5 class periods left….


Agenda 4 25 13

Agenda 4/25/13

  • TEWWG Quiz

  • TEWWG passage m/c

  • Discuss TEWWG

  • Senior Anthology Assignment

  • Vandlers Exploring a Poem

    • It’s a Woman’s World

    • Mirror

    • Schizophrenia


Tewwg chpts 1 10 quiz

TEWWG Chpts 1-10 Quiz

Respond to the following quotes, identify who said it, context, and significance.

1. “Ah wanted to preach a great sermon about colored women sittin’ on high, but they wasn’t no pulpit for me.”

2. “A pretty doll-baby lak you is made to sit on de front porch and rock and fan yo’self and eat p’tatersdat other folks plant just special for you.”

3. “Ah knows uh few things, and womenfolksthinks sometimes too!”


Agenda 4 29 13

Agenda 4/29/13

  • Open Prompt Analysis

    • For each work we read this year, find 2 AP Open prompts that would fit that work.

    • Pick one of the two chosen open prompts and complete a QAD (See handout)

  • Literary Periods handout

    • Find which literary period each work would fit.


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