Curriculum Night. Welcome to 12 AP Literature and Composition. Introduction to Me . . . Laura Fitch Email – firstname.lastname@example.org Telephone – (440) 349-7757 x5398 Online calendar on solonschools.org website. Course Objective.
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Welcome to 12 AP Literature and Composition
The objective of 12th grade Advanced Placement Literature and Composition is to prepare students for the rigors of the AP Literature test and college as well. A score of 3, 4, or 5 could exempt your student from core requirements in college. Our focus will extend the critical reading, thinking, and writing skills that your senior has built throughout his or her years in Solon’s English Program.
The speaker’s allusion to Hercules and Adonis serves
(A) imply an undercurrent of aggressiveness in Mr. Jones’s personality
(B) suggest the extremes of physical attractiveness represented in Mr. Jones’s appearance
(C) assert the enduring significance of mythical beauty
(D) symbolize the indescribable nature of Mr. Jones’s countenance
(E) emphasize how clearly Mr. Jones’s features reflected his personality
Which of the following is LEAST important to the theme of the poem?
(A) “pale” (line 4)
(B) “smile (line 8)
(C) “vigour” (line9)
(D) “well-wrought” (line 13)
(E) “delight” (line 22)
The tone throughout the poem is best described as one of
(A) playful seriousness
(B) ironic grimness
(C) cheerful glee
(D) somber melancholy
(E) irreversible despair
Read the two poems carefully. Considering such elements as speaker, diction, imagery, form, and tone, write a well-organized essay in which you contrast the speakers' views of Helen.