Advanced Placement Literature and Composition is for students who want to be challenged with college-level course work.
This course is designed to be a culminating experience for students who have been involved in honors course work and who value the study of literature.
You may also scan the questions for the other poems in the chapter.
Then, read and annotate "Scars" by Peter Meinke, and make a set of 6 guide questions for the poem so that it would fit into this chapter.Thurs, 2/8Bring Hamlet books.
The AP English Literature and Composition Exam includes three free-response essay questions that together account for 55% of a student's total score.
The best way to prepare for test day is to practice writing essays that are similar to those found on the exam.
For each, you need to be able to: Also read "Douglass" and answer included questions. Take notes as you read (your questions, observations, etc.). Greek Tragedy resource.Strophe and Antistrophe meanings. Fri, 2/2Carefully read the beginning of Sound and Sense Chapter 4 (Imagery), pages 49-54.
Consider and be prepared to discuss the questions for poems 34 & 35.
Tues, 3/20Final Drafts of Sonnet and Explication due ANDSelect 3 specific passages from To the Lighthouse that you feel can help create bridges to specific elements of Hamlet.
You need not find specific allusions, per se, but can think about common issues of theme, conflict, and general humanistic questions raised.