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AP Language and Composition. 11/25/13 Agenda Bell ringer: Grassroots – Were there any questions from the rest of Ch. 10? Looking forward – we are skipping Ch. 11-12 and moving on to Ch. 13 after the Turkey Day break. Weekly Overview and Today’s Objectives:

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ap language and composition

AP Language and Composition

11/25/13 Agenda

Bell ringer: Grassroots – Were there any questions from the rest of Ch. 10? Looking forward – we are skipping Ch. 11-12 and moving on to Ch. 13 after the Turkey Day break.

Weekly Overview and Today’s Objectives:

TODAY: Grammar questions, read/discuss The Handmaid’s Tale

HW / TU: Be ready to type final drafts in Lab 313 tomorrow.

HW for next Monday: Read to p.____ in The Handmaid’s Tale

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The Handmaid’s Taleby Margaret AtwoodThe basics: -Atwood’s 6th novel -Set at her alma mater, Harvard University, in the distant future -Published in Canada in 1985 and in the U.S. in 1986 -Dedicated to Mary Webster, a distant relative of Atwood’s accused of witchcraft in Puritan New England, and to Perry Miller, Atwood’s former professor at Harvard

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The novel is a dystopia which is now a popular genre in Young Adult literature although this book was written for an adult audience.-What do we know about dystopias? -Why can we infer authors write dystopias?-What other pressing questions do you have about the book so far?LET’S READ!!!