This prompt draws on a universal topic, such as injustice, which imitates the EOC format English II students are required to respond to. The assignment provides a brief step by step and student friendly break down of how to deconstruct the writing
English Language Arts, Reading Strategies, Writing-Essays
This assignment sheet provides students with multiple essay topic options to choose from. Prompt options echo AP style prompts in required criteria.In addition, students are also provided with a student-friendly submission chart.
This assignment provides students with a single discussion board question, which calls for students to select and connect a symbol to an overarching thematic idea. The DBQ focuses on chapter 2 of the novella.
In preparation for their AP exam, students are provided a series of DBQs throughout the course of their reading. This assignment contains one discussion board question over the function of motif and also provides students with specific requirements.
Students will respond to a persuasive prompt by drawing from personal experience, observations, and/or readings. The quote taken from Wiesel's Nobel Peace Prize is the driving force they must either defend or challenge. Students are also provided
The assignment sheet is given to students at the start of the semester. Each chapter is outlined with specific headings, many of which require for students to include their original poetry creations. Students will insert some of the following poem
As students begin their study of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, they will create thematic paragraphs of support for each designated section of the assigned readings. The assignment sheet provides two questions, a sample response, and requirements for
Need help learning students' names and interests? Use this user-friendly electronic document to speed up the process. Students will fill out the information at the start of the term and upload electronically.
As a final assessment of the Shakespeare's tragedy, King Lear, students will partner up, select a proverb/quote from a list, and they will engage in the writing process as they challenge/defend their analysis of the text. The second portion of the
Once students have completed their study of Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, students will respond to a self-selected prompt from the options provided. The prompts are each geared towards analyzing the monster in literature concept.
Once students have completed their study of Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird, they will work with a peer by engaging in the analytical writing process. This project adheres to a differentiation instructional approach, as students are able to work with a