Thursday's class: examine an example of tone, then revisit the "Wind" passage and answer some analytical questions about it. At the end of class, you will answer 13 multiple choice questions.
Be prepared to discuss King Lear on Friday's class. The Act I Quiz will be due on Tuesday, 11/4. The Act I reading log is due on Wednesday, 11/5.
Identify how Shakespeare plants the seeds of ideas relating to nature (and the unnatural) in the first three scenes of our play.
Also, complete the Woolf worksheet from today's class. Bring in your diction, tone, and syntax note sheets for tomorrow's class.
Read Act I, Scenes ii & iii. Annotate your reading and come to class with questions.
Monday we will learn about False Cause, Slippery Slope, and Texas Sharp Shooter.
Reread Act 1, Scene ii for tomorrow's class.
These are all helpful tools to employ in a dialectical journal (you won't be graded on it).
Read Act 1 Scene I of our text this evening. Annotate and be prepared with questions and comments.
Here is the powerpoint I showed in class today.
Also, here is a document to help you with the level 1, 2, and 3 questions as referenced in your text-long King Lear assignment.
Sign up for a fallacy. Read through the King Lear text-long assignments and come to class with your questions.
Find four of the seven common propaganda devices. Provide a link to the video or snap a picture. Then, analyze the device by breaking it down. Using the "How to Detect Propaganda" piece as a model, identify how the device is working and analyze the rhetorical appeals that result.
AP Language Reading List
Here is a list of books to choose from. Sign up for your title below. It is first come, first serve. Please have your text chosen by Wednesday, October 22nd.
For homework, read the "How to Detect Propaganda" (1937) and highlight logos (appeals to logic) in one color and pathos (appeals to emotion) in another color.
Also for Thursday, bring in an example of a logical fallacy or propaganda device to share with the class. They're everywhere!
Take in this lull between units. Right now, you can be working on your CER for the upcoming weeks.