AP English Language and Composition Summer Reading Instructions The mandatory summer reading for AP English Language and Composition is based on the 2003 book by Thomas C. Foster entitled How to Read Literature Like a Professor (ISBN: 006000942X). Students are responsible for securing a copy of the book on their own. It can easily be purchased online or at a local bookstore, but sharing amongst peers is encouraged. Students should read the book in its entirety, and then complete the assignment outlined below. It is imperative that both parts of the assignment be completed by each AP Lang student and turned in to Mrs. Rickard on the first day of school.
Summer Reading Pre-AP English 9 Incoming ninth grade Pre-AP English students would be advised to read A Lesson Before Dying by Ernest J. Gaines during the summer, since at the beginning of the 2011-2012 school year Pre-AP teachers will assign the book to be completed after the first two weeks of the first marking period. Students should do a close reading of the book and expect a class discussion, a quiz, and a Socratic Seminar. This book selection will be used to launch a class reading of and comparison with Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird. Your Independent Assignment with reference to A Lesson Before Dying: Write an analytical essay. “When you write an extended literary essay, you are essentially making an argument.
|Name: Jessica Juden |Date: 9/25/14 | Graded Assignment – LACII Unit 5, Lesson 4 [pic]BEFORE submitting this assignment, you MUST complete the 5.02 Quiz. Planning a Letter to the Editor The questions below will help you plan your letter to the editor. You may have already answered some of them in your Student Guide, so refer to your Student Guide, if you wish. Also, please refer to Lesson 5.04 for help with the Outline. (2 points) 1.
ENGL 1010 Fall 2012 Cole ENGL 1010 Fall Assignment Process: Refer to Norton Chapters: 6: Narrative 23: Brainstorming 36: Describing 39: Narrating 27: Revising Writing Assignment 1: Narrating Online Text Exploration Assignment Content: Overview: Step One: Getting Started 1. Review assignment, rubric, & make “To Do List” 2. Use in class discussions and materials to create first draft 3. Have at least one and a half pages of written material in MLA format and brief outline for rest of essay for our One-On-One meeting in my office on Aug 27 & 28 This is your first essay for ENGL 1010. As with the format of the class, we will begin with a first-person narrative and work our way into an academic research essay. This essay is that
Name: Lindsay Baugher |Date: | |Graded Assignment Draft Personal Statement Submit this assignment to your teacher by the due date for full credit. Save the Graded Assignment document in your Career and College Portfolio. Before You Begin Over the next few days, you will be drafting a personal statement. To help you complete this Graded Assignment, gather the documents you created in previous lessons, including • Student Guide Organizers from Unit 1 • Personality Assessment and Career Assessment • Any notes you took or research you did in lessons and for Working Days Your teacher will use the grading rubric on the last page of this document to grade your assignment, so review the rubric before you begin writing.
Downloaded from Doc Sharing Graded Assignment LAC1 Literary Essay about Theme Final Draft LC TGA 5.09 300 Points Name: _________________________________Date: _____________________ Write the final draft of your Literary Essay about Theme. Be sure to follow these requirements and recommendations when completing your draft: • Open a new Microsoft Word document. • Type your name, your teacher’s name, your school, and the date at the top of the document. • Save the file as Last Name_First Initial_5.09. For example: Zankle_J_5.09 • Type your essay into the document that you’re created.
Summer Assignment for AP U.S. History Welcome to your sophomore year and your AP U.S. History course. Below is the summer reading assignment for this course. It is meant to be informative, enjoyable, and thought provoking. This activity will introduce you to the late-colonial to early federal period of American history. The assignment is due on the first day we meet in class.
Learning Scenarios Byron Stallings EDU 490 Interdisciplinary Capstone Instructor: Benjamin Hegedish January 7, 2013 Each of the following scenarios presents a situation based on a real world teaching situation that you may encounter during your career as an educator James is a first year English teacher in a low-income high school outside of a major metropolitan area. His students are of diverse backgrounds and equally diverse learning styles. As part of his opening unit, he is preparing to teach his class about the tools that authors use to make their writing more engaging. He decides to focus on symbolism, metaphor, and simile. He has already developed a vocabulary handout that defines each word and includes examples, but when he does
Attendance will be taken at each class and will be used for student monitoring. You should treat class like your job; if you miss work you call your supervisor. If you will be absent for more than one class then you should call or e-mail me. I drop the lowest quiz. If you are going to miss a quiz, have a legitimate reason, and can make the quiz up in the testing center before the next class, then contact me before the end of the class by email or voicemail.