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September 30, 2011


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Includes the introduction to the Mountain Modeling Writing Assignment.

Includes the introduction to the Mountain Modeling Writing Assignment.

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  • 1. Agenda for Friday, September 30<br />Proofreading Practice (10 min.)<br />Tier 3 Rhetoric Card Quiz (20 min.)<br />The Way to Rainy Mountain(45 min.)<br /><ul><li>Back Matter Check
  • 2. Writing Task Intro: Mountain Model </li></ul>Questions? (5 min.)<br />
  • 3. Daily Proofreading Practice 2.4<br />
  • 4. AP English 11 Supir StuduntTier 3 Quiz 2 September 30, 2011<br /><ul><li>Define the following terms as comprehensively as possible. Each is worth a maximum of two points (2 x 20 = 40 points)
  • 5. Write the term and then the definition.</li></ul>Thesis <br />Euphemism<br />Repetition<br />Hyperbole <br />Allegory<br />Colloquial<br />Metaphor<br />Episodic<br />Juxtapose (Juxtaposition) <br />Typography<br />Syntax<br />Tone<br />Concrete versus abstract <br />Idiom/Idiomatic<br />Alliteration<br />Diction (concrete)<br />Epigram<br />Analogy<br />Explicit<br />Cadence<br />
  • 6. Rainy Mountain Structure<br /><ul><li>Headwaters (Poem)
  • 7. Prologue
  • 8. Introduction
  • 9. The Setting Out
  • 10. Chapters I—XI
  • 11. The Going On
  • 12. Chapters XII—XVIII
  • 13. The Closing In
  • 14. Chapters XIX—XIV
  • 15. Epilogue
  • 16. Rainy Mountain Cemetery (Poem)</li></li></ul><li>AP English 11 Your NameWtRM Back Matter September 30, 2011<br />“Epilogue,” pages 85—88. An epilogue is …<br />The authorial voice purports to have "added" this after all else was written; does this fulfill the function of an epilogue? Why? Whose voice do we hear at the very end? What about the picture of the falling stars?<br />“The Rainy Mountain Cemetery,” page 89—Read this out loud to your neighbor and then have them read it aloud to you (for a total of three times), then answer the following questions:<br />Analyze the structure and content of the poem: how many stanzas are there? Lines? Is there a rhyme scheme? What poetic form is being used? How do you know? What about the language being employed? Imagery? Who is the speaker? Form? Are there any motifs being <br />What does this stanza mean?<br />How does the author’s inclusion of this poem at the end of the book support either of the suggested themes?<br />
  • 17. Writing Task: Mountain Model<br />
  • 18. Writing Task: Mountain Model<br />Historical Commentary (H):<br />Interview an “elder” relative for a story that is thematically or content link to (A), when interviewing and listen carefully for any flourishes which will make your writing of their voice unique. Prepare a entry for the Bibliography.<br />Ancestral Voice (A):<br />Research a previously published myth, fable or fairy tale, NOT necessarily from a shared cultural background, and concisely summarize. Prepare a bibliographic entry of the source document for the Bibliography.<br />Personal Voice (You!):<br />A personal experience of a related event OR a consideration or comment about the relevance or relationship you share with either the A or H voices. Imbue with descriptive (and figurative) language.<br />Select an image and excerpt from the text for inclusion with your chapter.<br />
  • 19.
  • 20. Published Product<br /><ul><li>Published product is due next Thursday, October 6
  • 21. Published product must be word-processed, 12 pt, New times roman or an appropriate LEGIBLE font, pages numbered.
  • 22. Use Momaday’s book is a practical style guide.</li></ul>Page 2:<br />Historical and Personal Voices<br />Page 4:<br />Bibliography<br />Page 1:<br />Heading<br />Title<br />Ancestral Voice, itlaicised<br />Page 3:<br />Image & Caption<br />Page 5:<br />Rubric<br />Do NOT bring me your flash drive—come with the hard copy ready to submit!<br />
  • 23. Homework Due Next Class<br /><ul><li>Select, research and draft myth, fable or legend (Ancestral Voice).
  • 24. Interview an elder family member regarding a thematically related event in their life (Historical Voice).
  • 25. Draft both Ancestral, Historical and Personal Voices in anticipation of peer review next class.</li>