P39-42 in FYW.Due: Rhetorical Analysis Essay. Essay Cluster 1: “Fat Taxes”Read: Balko and PearDue: Brainstorm writing: Common threads in Essay Cluster | 10 | 10/25 | Essay Cluster 2: “Authenticity”Read: Dante and TillmanDue: Brainstorm writing: Common threads in Essay Cluster and other readings | | | | 11 | 10/30 | Synthesizing and Documenting SourcesRead: SFW Ch. 26, pp. 249-260; FYW Appendix A MLA Documentation Essay Cluster 3: “The Body”Read: Kelley and HaygoodDue: RR #5 Identify common threads and opposing points in Essay ClusterLast day to drop | 11 | 11/1 | Essay Cluster 4: “Same-Sex Marriage”Read: Gallagher and HowleyDue: Brainstorm writing: Common threads in Essay Cluster | | | | 12 | 11/6 | Essay Cluster 5: “Social Class”Read: Payne and NortonDue: Brainstorm writing: Common threads in Essay Cluster | 12 | 11/8 | Putting It All Together: Difference Between the RAE and Synthesis EssayDue: RR# 6 Proposal for Synthesis Essay Read: Sample Synthesis Essay pp. P43-45 in FYW Writing Center WorkshopsNov.
|Name: Angela Chaves |Date: 5/16/14 | Graded Assignment Unit Test, Part 2: Poetry of Ideas Answer each question, using complete sentences. (15 points) |Score | | | 1. Please complete the chart below. Please answer using complete sentences and include references to the text (quotes) as much as possible to support your answers. | |Dylan Thomas – “Do Not Go Gentle into that Good |Alfred, Lord Tennyson – “The Charge of the Light| | |Night” |Brigade” | |How would you describe the speaker’s mood in the|Sad and depressing |Commanding and Honorable | |last stanza?
Graded Assignment – LAC II Unit 2, Lesson 8 Literary Essay About a Character First Draft Type your name, the date, your teacher’s name, and your school name at the top of this page. Type or paste your draft into this document. Be sure that your draft is double-spaced, 12 point Times New Roman font. Save the file as: LACII_S2_2.8_Literary Essay_FirstInitial_LastName.doc Example: LACII_S2_2.8_Literary_Essay_J_Ross.doc (80 points) The Journey of the Star-Child Who is the Star-Child? He is the main character in Oscar Wilde’s short story “The Star-Child,” who must journey to find his true identity.
Name _________________________________________ Date _________ THE CRUCIBLE—Act Two COPY MASTER Question Support: Literary Analysis For questions 1-3, see page 175 of the Pupil Edition. Directions: Answer the questions. 4. Form Opinions Underline only one word in parentheses and then complete the following sentence. I think Reverend Hale (does/doesn’t) believe that Elizabeth Proctor practices witchcraft because .
English III Student Name: Melissa Cifarelli Start Date: Monday, April 27, 2015 End Date: Sunday, May 10, 2015 Estimated Hours Per Week: 13.63 hours Estimated Time To Complete: 2 weeks Task Number and Description | Est. Minutes | Items for Completion Week Of Apr 27, 2015 to May 03, 2015 | 05.00 Module Five Pretest | 45 | 05.01 Hyphenation and Syntax | 60 | 05.02 Reading Poetry | 60 | 05.03 The Art of Language | 60 | 05.04 Understanding 20th Century Poetry | 120 | 05.05 Analyzing 20th Century Poetry | 120 | 05.06 Module Five Post-Test | 60 | 05.07 Discussion-Based Assessment | 30 | 06.00 Module Six Pretest | 45 | 06.01 Analyzing Language | 45 | 06.02 Evaluating a Speech | 45 | 06.03 Evaluate Reasoning | 60 | 06.04 Analyzing Purpose | 45 | 06.05 Evaluating Rhetoric (This assignment is continued in the next week) | 23 | Items for Completion Week Of May 04, 2015 to May 10, 2015 | 06.05 Evaluating Rhetoric (This assignment is continued from the previous week) | 22 | 06.06 Gathering Information | 60 | 06.07 Integrating Information | 60 | 06.08 Module Six Post-Text | 60 | 06.09 Discussion-Based Assessment | 30 | 07.00 Module Seven Checklist | 15 | 07.01 Evaluating a Speaker | 45 | 07.02 Establishing Argument Writing | 45 | 07.03 Developing a Claim | 60 | 07.04 Introductions in Argument Writing | 45 | 07.05 Discussion-Based Assessment | 30 | 07.06 Writing an Argument | 60 | 07.07 Conclusions in Argument Writing | 60 | 07.08 Revising Arguments | 60 | 07.09 Presenting an Argument | 45 | 07.10 Segment Two Exam | 60 | Segment Two Collaboration | 60
IS25 JAMES QUINN 801 4-18-2012 TITLE- DEAD IS JUST A RUMOR AUTHOR- MANLENE PEREZ PAGES- 207 Outside Reading Assessment- 2. Create a fifteen multiple-choice question test, using higher-level thinking questions, on your book. On a separate sheet of paper, provide the answer key. 1. What are Nightshade High school colors?
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A HANDBOOK AND ACTIVITIES FOR STUDENT WRITERS Rhetorical Devices: A HANDBOOK AND ACTIVITIES FOR STUDENT WRITERS Senior Editor: Paul Moliken Editor: Douglas Grudzina Writer: Brendan McGuigan Reviewing Teachers: Sharon M. Ammon, English Department Chair Memorial High School, Houston, TX Kathleen Carr Peter Glaser Cover and Text Design: Maria J. Mendoza Layout and Production: Jerry Clark Rhetorical Devices: © 2007 Copyrighted by Prestwick House, Inc. All rights reserved. No portion may be reproduced without permission in writing from the publisher. Printed in the United States of America. ISBN: 978-158049-765-7 TABLE OF CONTENTS Pronunciation Guide .................................................................. 1 SECTION
Remember, you compete on your own in the exam but you can prepare together. English Literature students, you are expected to have re-read the texts Of Mice and Men and An Inspector Calls, plus the poetry cluster called CONFLICT. “Fail to prepare, Prepare to Fail!” Roy Keane 1 Literature Exam = 75% of GCSE Literature grade. Unit Questions 1 Modern Texts 2 2 Poetry 2 Texts covered Of Mice and Men An Inspector Calls CONFLICT Poetry
Backward Design for Teaching the Literature Program – Module F Starting in the 11th grade in 2011 Lod High School of Science Name of Literary Text Literary Terms to be Taught HOTS Taught HOTS that are Spiraled Grade Taught 1. “The Road Not Taken” by Robert Frost The point of view in narrative poems, Symbolism, Imagery, Metaphor, Antithesis, Personification The HOTS of Making Connections 11 2. “A Summer’s Reading” by Bernard Malamud Story Structure: Exposition-Rising Action-Climax-Falling Action-Resolution; characterization Foreshadowing, mode of narration and theme The HOTS of Prediction The HOTS of Uncovering Motives The HOTS of Making Connections 11 3. “Count That Day Lost” by George Eliot Juxtaposition , Simile, Metaphor,