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AP Literature September 24-28. Multimedia Monday Introduction to Fiction College Essay Due Friday, Pass/Fail. Multimedia Monday, 9/24. Search and Blog Source Fed Videos Ted-Ed Fiction Jessica Wise Student work on You Tube Good Reads, etc., on Twitter

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Ap literature september 24 28

AP Literature September 24-28

Multimedia Monday

Introduction to Fiction

College Essay Due Friday, Pass/Fail


Multimedia monday 9 24
Multimedia Monday, 9/24

  • Search and Blog

  • Source Fed Videos

  • Ted-Ed Fiction Jessica Wise

  • Student work on You Tube

  • Good Reads, etc., on Twitter

  • Oprah and Hasidic Jewish Community in NY

  • Chaim Potok and Brooklyn Crucifixion

  • Interview Search: John Updike, Anne Tyler, James Baldwin, Joyce Carol Oates, Jamaica Kincaid, James Joyce


Monday preparation for fiction
Monday: preparation for Fiction

  • Draw cards for Literature Circle Roles

  • Split class for Tuesday

  • A,C,E: “A&P,” pp. 14-17

  • B,F,G: “Greasy Lake,” pp. 120-126


Textbook reference pages story
Textbook reference pages: Story

  • Ch.1, pp. 13-14

  • Epiphany

  • Checklist for Analyzing Plot, p.21


Textbook reference point of view
Textbook Reference: Point of View

  • Ch.2 Point of View, pp.23-28

  • Participant, observer, omniscient, editorial omniscience, limited/selective omniscience, objective POV, innocent/naïve narrator, stream of consciousness, interior monologue, total omniscience

  • Checklist: Point of View, p.72


Textbook reference pages character
Textbook Reference Pages: Character

  • Ch.3, Character, pp.74-77.

  • Stock characters, motivation, flat v. Round

  • Static v. dynamic

  • Allusion

  • Anti-hero

  • Gratuitous act


Group analysis class discussion
Group Analysis, Class Discussion

  • On the day before, each person at the table draws card for discussion role: plot structure, character, language, theme (4th person). The card will steer your notes while reading.

  • Before class, blog your response to the story.

  • Jigsaw with other people who share that card/topic from other tables

  • Return and share with your table.

  • Whole group discussion

  • Blog your response after the class discussion.

  • Draw card for the next day, rotate roles.


Next multi draft essay
Next Multi-draft Essay

  • Analysis of narrative

  • Focus on adolescence as revealed in character and voice, especially, age, education, income, geographical location and tone

  • Identify the author’s tone toward adolescent experience through language pattern and selection of detail, point of view.

  • Focus on selection of detail language pattern and tone essay and use of literary terminology

  • CONNECT Rubric


Tuesday 9 25
Tuesday, 9/25

  • John Updike, “A&P” pp.15-19, Questions, p.19

  • Interview with Updike, pp.20-21.

  • T.C. Boyle, “Greasy Lake”pp.120-126.


Wednesday 9 25
Wednesday, 9/25

  • Anne Tyler, “Teenage Wasteland” pp.36-42

  • Questions, p.42


Thursday 9 27
Thursday, 9/27

  • James Baldwin, “Sonny’s Blues” pp.43-63

  • Questions, pp.63-64.


Friday
Friday

  • College Essay due, electronically, please.

  • SSR! Syllabus reading or pleasure reading

  • Moved to Tuesday, October 2

  • Joyce Carol Oates

  • “Where Are You Going, Where Have You Been?”

    and

  • Jamaica Kincaid, “Girl”

  • Reminder: Multimedia Monday!