APLC: Evaluate essay. Students wrote an rhetorical analysis introduction for their narrative essay. Students then underlined the adjective describing the event, highlighted the purpose and circled the tone in the rhetorical analysis introduction. Students then applied this to their narrative first draft. They underlined a couple areas wherein they developed the adjective describing the event. They circled rhetorical devices that developed tone. They highlighted a couple areas wherein they developed their purpose. Here is a photos illustrating the exercise: AP Sep 24, 2014.
Students then exchanged papers (narrative essay and introduction) and evaluated a peer’s paper based on the GHS CC Narrative Writing Rubric. Students wrote a statement of praise, posed a question, offered polishing advice and scored the paper. All students evaluated 2 papers.
Students submitted the introduction along with peer evaluations for credit. The final draft for this essay will be due Oct 1. Students will need to submit a hard copy to class and a soft copy to turnitin.com.
HW: Read pages 189-195 in LoC. Answer Discussion ? #1 and Rhetoric and Style Questions #5 & 11. There will be a MC Quiz on this essay on Friday. Make sure to bring your book.
11th: Cite evidence to support analysis. Students started out by sharing their responses to questions for pages 167-178 (Crucible ?s 167-189). Then students took a quiz for the section. The class then read up to page 183 in the anthology. Students answered questions on the 3rd page found in (Crucible ?s 167-189).
HW: Finish questions