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AP Literature and Comp May Agenda. Agendas, journals, questions. Agenda 5/3/13. TEWWG Final Assessment TEWWG Socratic Seminar Open Prompt evaluation/scoring. TEWWG Final Quiz.

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ap literature and comp may agenda

AP Literature and CompMay Agenda

Agendas, journals, questions

agenda 5 3 13
Agenda 5/3/13
  • TEWWG Final Assessment
  • TEWWG Socratic Seminar
  • Open Prompt evaluation/scoring
tewwg final quiz
TEWWG Final Quiz
  • Choose 2 of the following 3 discussion questions to answer. Then in a fully developed paragraph, respond to the prompt.
  • In the novel, speech is used as a mechanism of control and liberation, especially as Janie struggles to find her voice. How does she choose when to speak out or to remain quiet?
  • What do the names of Janie’s husbands – Logan Killicks, Jody Starks, Vergible “Tea Cake” Woods – tell us about their characters and their relationships with Janie?
  • What kind of God are the eyes of Hurston’s characters watching? What crucial moments of the plot does the title allude to? Does this God ever answer Janie’s questioning?
  • What is the importance of the concept of horizon? How do Janie and each of her men widen her horizons? What is the significance of the novel’s final sentences in this regard?