MOCK AP EXAM
Day 1 - Full length multiple choice.
Absent? You need to schedule a day to come in after school or during another class period to make this up.
We voted on when to take the in-class mock AP test: either next week or the following week. You all voted on doing it next week. This means we won't have as much time to address all of your requests for review but you'll have the weekend to review notes from throughout the year.
Today, we reviewed rhetorical analysis Do's and Don'ts. This was a really quick note session with a short practice at the end. Tomorrow we will do synthesis again.
Question on Google Classroom.
Current Event #4, due tomorrow.
Ordinarily we would do an in-class write BUT we have a rally so class is short.
Instead: practice planning two different argument prompts, pausing in between to discuss strategies.
Write a Rhetorical Precis.
Check Google Classroom for the instructions on how to write a rhetorical precis and then choose one of your three articles from The Atlantic to write a rhetorical precis for. Type this up in MLA format in a Google Doc and attach it to the assignment to turn this in.
Essay scoring for in-class rhetorical analysis prompt. When done, study for vocabulary because your test will be on Friday.
In class write. Be sure to focus on diction and smoothly integrating quotes into your writing on this one. This is a Rhetorical Analysis prompt. You'll need to come in after school or at lunch twice, in order to make this up if you were absent. You need to let me know ahead of time when you will come in.