Ap Literary Analysis Essay Prompts For Elementary

 

Tuesday  13 March 2018

We collaborated to determine how a specific subtext would be portrayed.

We viewed and compared dramatizations of this scene.

HOMEWORK: Finish reading Act 3.

SUCCESS CRITERIA: I paraphrased a scene. I collaborated to create a performance of a scene with specific subtext. I compared different dramatized versions of the scene and evaluated them for effective characterization and interpretation.

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Monday  12 March 2018

We compared two versions of 2.2.576 - 634 and determined why the author included the player’s speech about Priam and Hecuba. We read through and analyzed 3.1.

HOMEWORK: Finish reading Act 3.

SUCCESS CRITERIA: I paraphrased a scene.

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Friday  9 March 2018

We analyzed Hamlet’s soliloquy (2.2.576-634) and compared dramatized versions of it for effectiveness.

HOMEWORK: Read through Act 3 for next time.

SUCCESS CRITERIA: Through collaboration and close reading I identified uses of language manipulation and inferred the author’s intention in using it.

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Thursday  8 March 2018

We analyzed sections from Act 2 for language and allusions that tell us about plot and character.

HOMEWORK: Continue reading per our reading schedule. (See calendar.) There will be a quiz over the details of Act 2 tomorrow. You may use any notes you have taken, but not the text.

SUCCESS CRITERIA: Through collaboration and close reading I identified uses of language manipulation and inferred the author’s intention in using it. I identified allusions and made a clear connection to the plot and characters.

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Wednesday  7 March 2018

We analyzed and created an outline with a claim addressing the prompt on Emily Dickinson’s “The last Night that She lived.”

HOMEWORK: Continue reading per our reading schedule. (See calendar.)

SUCCESS CRITERIA: I created a claim and an outline addressing a prompt analyzing both craft and theme.

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Tuesday  6 March 2018

We analyzed the first part of Act 2 to draw conclusions about Hamlet’s relationship with Ophelia and his interactions with Polonius.

HOMEWORK: Continue reading per our reading schedule. (See calendar.)

SUCCESS CRITERIA:Through collaboration and close reading I identified uses of language manipulation and inferred the author’s intention in using it.

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Monday  5 March 2018

We inferred character traits and motivations by analyzing sections of text for diction and syntax.

HOMEWORK: Choose one of the following scenes and prepare a reading of it with subtext (You may divide as necessary  - assign or just pick one.): 2.2.187 – 237 (Hamlet’s encounter with Polonius) or 2.2.240 – 338 (Hamlet’s meeting with Rosencrantz and Guildenstern). Also, read through Act 2.

SUCCESS CRITERIA:I performed a character analysis using diction and syntax as support for my assertions. I used text evidence to determine character motivation. I created logical and appropriate subtext for characters and situations.

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Friday  2 March 2018

We viewed and took notes on Shakespeare Uncovered: Hamlet.

HOMEWORK: Please read through 1.2 for Monday, ⅗.

SUCCESS CRITERIA:I can define tragedy. I can cite the basic plot of this play.

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Thursday  1 March 2018

We read through 1.1 of Shakespeare’s Hamlet.

HOMEWORK: Please read through 1.2 for Monday, ⅗.

SUCCESS CRITERIA:I can define tragedy. I can cite the basic plot of this play.

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Wednesday  28 February 2018

We discussed our theme statements for “Ode on a Grecian Urn.” We completed a short timed writing on “A Story.”

HOMEWORK: Have you checked out Hamlet? Please read through 1.2 for Monday, ⅗.

SUCCESS CRITERIA:I used the TP-CASTT strategy to analyze a poem. I completed a usable outline addressing the criteria in the writing prompt. I participated in class discussion.

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Tuesday  27 February 2018

We analyzed two poems, Manley’s “Spring and Fall,” and Keats’ “Ode on a Grecian Urn.”

HOMEWORK: If necessary, complete the TP-CASTT for Keats’ poemi and write a theme statement. Please check out Hamlet ASAP. Please check in A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

SUCCESS CRITERIA:I identified literary techniques used in two poems and evaluated their effectiveness in the creation of meaning.

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Monday  26 February 2018

We completed a timed writing analyzing A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

HOMEWORK: Enjoy your evening! (Please return books to the library!)

SUCCESS CRITERIA:  I demonstrated my ability to complete a timed essay. I demonstrated my ability to analyze literature with a specific focus.

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Wednesday  21 February 2018

We selected a group to work with and a work to study for our Independent Reading project. We placed the due dates in our calendars.

HOMEWORK: Review the play in preparation for the essay. Read and collaborate with your team. Prepare for your presentation.

SUCCESS CRITERIA:  I can explain the requirements of this assignment and its due dates. I have chosen a work to study and partners to work with.

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Tuesday  20 February 2018

We participated in a seminar centering on Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

HOMEWORK: Review the play in preparation for the essay.

SUCCESS CRITERIA:  I used higher level thinking questions to prompt group discussion. I participated fully in a formal, collaborative learning dialogue. I reflected honestly and thoroughly on my participation and learning.

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Friday  16 February 2018

We took a multiple choice test (5).

HOMEWORK: Review the action of the play.

SUCCESS CRITERIA:  I analyzed a short literary passages for literary elements and effectiveness.

 

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