Then we covered some of our business items. The most important things to know? They are in the homework section below.
We will be exploring some new methods of literary analysis as-of-yet unexplored. (And remember that How to Read Literature text? It's a coming back . . . heads up. Man, I love that book.)
The first? Literary 3x3. You can read more detail about it by reading Rebecca Daniel's explanation of William Melvin Kelley's technique in the AP Lit guide available here.
(BTW: Susan Glaspell's "A Jury of Her Peers" is known to us as her play, Trifles.)
|From the AP Lit Writing Guide|
To practice 3x3 thinking, we used Lucille Clifton's poem, "miss rosie."
Here are some notes & thinking from both classes. You might want to look and see what the Humanities class did later in the afternoon with the same poem. (I really LOVE this poem with all the feels.)
And Humanities students thinking aloud later. . .
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Req'd Post: Create a Literary 3x3 for one of these other two poems that reflect the contemporary African-American experience of the poets in their respective times (consider them as a collection alongside Clifton's "miss rosie")
Rita Dove's "Vacation"
Paul Laurence Dunbar's "Sympathy"
Due: Friday, Jan. 10
Read & Annotate: "Araby" by James Joyce (check your inbox)
Due: Thursday, Jan 9
Revise: Synthesis #2
Due: Friday, Jan 17 (if you want a 2nd revision)
Design & Create: Poetry as Design pieces
Due: Monday, Jan 13
Installation: Monday, Jan 20 (voluntary)
Read & Create: Indie Book Project #3
Due: Tuesday, Jan 28
Note: We will be taking time Jan 27 - Feb 7 to explore our readings & share our products in depth
Reading Hamlet in Class starts again next class
MUGS quizzes & opt-in mini-lessons on the way