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AP Language with American Literature - Week of May 13-17 and 20-22, 2019 

Weekly Learning Goals  Focus Standards 

Write argument, informative, and narrative essays. Analyze ELAGSE11-12RI6: ​Determine an author’s point of view or purpose in a text in which the rhetoric is particularly effective, analyzing how
fiction and nonfiction. style and content contribute to the power, persuasiveness, or beauty of the text. ​CollegeBoard: ​C1—The course teaches and requires
students to write in several forms (e.g., narrative, expository, analytical, and argumentative essays) about a variety of subjects (e.g., public
policies, popular culture, personal experiences). C4—The course requires expository, analytical, and argumentative writing assignments
that are based on readings representing a wide variety of prose styles and genres. C7—The course teaches research skills, and in
particular, the ability to evaluate, use, and cite primary and secondary sources. The course assigns projects such as the researched
argument paper, which goes beyond the parameters of a traditional research paper by asking students to present an argument of their
own that includes the analysis and synthesis of ideas from an array of sources. LO1—analyze and interpret samples of good writing,
identifying and explaining an author’s use of rhetorical strategies and techniques; LO2—apply effective strategies and techniques in their
own writing; LO3—create and sustain arguments based on readings, research, and/or personal experience; LO4— write for a variety of
purposes

Upcoming Due Dates 

Monday, May 13 The Great Gatsby​ annotation defense chapters 5-9

Wednesday, May 15 AP Language and Composition Exam--7:30 am in Presidential Gym. Bring ID, pencil, and black pen.

Friday, May 17 Printed copy of Final Reflection due in class. Submit to Turnitin.com by the end of class.

Tuesday & Wednesday, May 21 & 22 Final Reflection presentation

Due Today  In Class Activities  Homework Tonight 

Monday, May  Bring completed annotations Opening​: 5 Minutes to a 5 (complete activities in ​5 Steps to a 5​ workbook) and discuss with friends; EOC and SAT Questions of the Day: Review for AP exam!
for ​Gatsby​ chapters 5-9. Be https://jmotsinger.weebly.com/test-prep-questions-of-the-day.html​ or ​https://harrisonaplanguage.weebly.com/exam-review.html Work on final reflections.
13, 2019 
prepared for defense
presentations. Work Session​:
1. Annotation check and defense presentations over ​The Great Gatsby​ chapters 5-9.
2. Full Length Multiple Choice practice exam (60 min)

Closing​: Read and annotate T​ he Great Gatsby​.

  Opening​: 5 Minutes to a 5 (complete activities in ​5 Steps to a 5​ workbook) and discuss with friends; EOC and SAT Questions of the Day: Review for AP exam! Work on final
https://jmotsinger.weebly.com/test-prep-questions-of-the-day.html​ or ​https://harrisonaplanguage.weebly.com/exam-review.html reflections.
Tuesday, May 
14, 2019  Work Session​:
1. Choose one essay prompt (synthesis, rhetorical analysis, or argument) to write in class.
AP Language with American Literature - Week of May 13-17 and 20-22, 2019 
 
Closing​: Review for AP exam.

Due Today  In Class Activities  Homework Tonight 

  Work on final reflections.

Wednesday, 
May 15, 2019  AP LANGUAGE EXAM IN THE PRESIDENTIAL GYM. CHECK IN AT 7:30 A.M. BRING YOUR
ID, A PENCIL, AND A BLACK PEN.

  Work on final reflections.

Thursday, 
Work Session​:
May 16, 2019 
1. The Great Gatsby​ film analysis and AP exam celebration! BYOF.

  Final reflections due to Opening​: Review final reflection requirements. Final reflections due to
www.turnitin.com​ by 11:59 pm.. www.turnitin.com​ by 11:59 pm..
Friday,  
Work Session​:
May 17, 2019 
1. Work in lab 9234 to complete the final reflection.

Closing​: Review final reflection turn-in requirements.

 
Monday,  
1. Complete ​The Great Gatsby ​film analysis.
May 20, 2019 

Final exams: Tuesday and Wednesday, May 21-22. See ​final reflection requirements​for presentation details.