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  • AP LANGUAGE WEEKLY AGENDA

      

    Week of 11/18 to 11/22

    MONDAY 11.18

    1. SWT: Argument Review
    2. Review position types, along with general guidance and advice
    3. Review 6 types of evidence, along with general guidance and advice
    4. Practice argument prompt 
    5. HW: finish Book Club book by WEDNESDAY AND decide on 1 rhetorical strategy you have noticed as a pattern in your text 

    TUESDAY 11.19

    1. SWT: Rhetorical term→ POLYSYNDETON, CUMULATIVE SENTENCE 
    2. Notes on the 10 perspectives 
      1. Political→ relating to the government or the public affairs of a country OR  the ideas or strategies of a particular party or group in politics.
      2. Legal→ Permitted by law
      3. Historical→ concerning history, past events
      4. Values: ethical/moral/religious→ relating to moral principles, “Right and wrong”
      5. Scientific→ based on or characterized by the methods and principles of science
      6. Psychological→ related to the mental and emotional state of a person
      7. Economic→ relating to the production, distribution, and consumption of goods and services
      8. Pragmatic→ dealing with things sensibly and realistically in a way that is based on practical rather than theoretical considerations
      9. Emotional→ related to emotions or strong feelings
      10. Sociological→ concerning the development, structure, and functioning of human society
    3. Practice using the 10 perspectives
      1. Topic #1: Drug legalization
      2. Topic #2: Past AP prompt 
    4. HW: finish Book Club book by WEDNESDAY AND decide on 1 rhetorical strategy you have noticed as a pattern in your text 


    WEDNESDAY 11.20 

    1. SWT: Check off Book Club HW
    2. Book Club Meeting #2
      1. Share rhetorical strategies HW-- any similarities in what you found?
      2. Answer this question: This book is about ___, but it’s really about ____.
    3. Explain the argument prompt assignment
      1. Review the “Anatomy of an Argument Prompt” handout-- explain the pattern-- a quote is shown, then the general idea of the quote is explained

    THURSDAY 11.21  

    1. SWT: Rhetorical term→ EPIPHORA, PERIODIC SENTENCE
    2. Practice Multiple Choice passage
    3. Time to complete & submit book club argument prompts

    FRIDAY 11.22

    1. SWT
    2. Pass out handout with all book club argument prompts 
      1. Groups read through and choose one 
      2. Take a position, come up with evidence
      3. Share as a class//between groups (pair groups up)

     

    Week of 11/11 to 11/15

    MONDAY 11.11

    NO SCHOOL

    TUESDAY 11.12

    1. SWT→ Review the rubric for the rhetorical analysis essay
    2. Mid-scoring student sample (from last week’s Kennedy passage)

    WEDNESDAY 11.13

    1. SWT: Rhetorical term→ colloquialism 
    2. Review steps for rhetorical analysis essay:
      1. Read passage and determine first level of analysis: Speaker, Subject, Audience
      2. Determine second level of analysis: Argument/Purpose, Context
      3. Identify central appeals: Ethos, Pathos, Logos
      4. Identify rhetorical strategies… be sure you can explain the purpose of each strategy
    3. Preview of FRQ, read and start annotating

    THURSDAY 11.14 

    1. Unit 4 Rhetorical Analysis FRQ

    FRIDAY 11.15

    1. SWT: Rhetorical term→ asyndeton
    2. Unit 4 MC PPC trade and grade
    3. HW: FINISH reading Book Club book by Wednesday, Nov. 20!

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

  • AP RESEARCH WEEKLY AGENDA

     

    Week of 11/18 to 11/22

    This week in class: Continue working on context and literature review sections, as wekk as drafts of your survey questions

    Over Thanksgiving Break: Complete the full rough draft of the context and literature rreview sections (due Monday, December 2)

     

    Week of 11/11 to 11/15

    MONDAY 11.11

    NO SCHOOL

    TUESDAY 11.12

    1. Individual research time
    2. Weekly Individual Progress Check Meetings
      1. → Mitchell
      2. → Alexis
      3. → Aly

    WEDNESDAY 11.13

    1. Individual research time
    2. Weekly Individual Progress Check Meetings
      1. → Matie
      2. → Malachi
      3. → Frank

    THURSDAY 11.14

    1. Individual research time
    2. Weekly Individual Progress Check Meetings
      1. → Indiana
      2. → Bri
      3. → Taylor
      4. → Collin

    FRIDAY 11.15

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