APSI Brownsville 2013

AP English Literature Argumentation Banned Books English II – Pre-AP Fiction Frankenstein Graphic Organizers High School English Literary Analysis Macbeth Novels Oedipus Poetry Prose Reading Rhetorical Strategies Shakespeare Short Story Summer APSIs The Tempest

Pre-AP High School English APSI Brownsville 2013

Banned Books 1

Prompts

Generic Rubric

AP generic rubric

AP Lit Sample Student Agenda

Pre-AP Sample Student Agenda

Sample Vocabulary assignment list

DID I MISS ANYTHING

Logos ethos pathos

APSI UT at Austin 2013, 2014

AP English Literature Argumentation English II – Pre-AP Fiction Frankenstein Graphic Organizers High School English Literary Analysis Macbeth Novels Oedipus Poetry Prose Reading Shakespeare Short Story Summer APSIs The Tempest

APSI Pre-AP English (High School) 2013

Pre-AP English APSI UT at Austin 2013

Lighthouse Initiative for English/Language Arts Classrooms

.PDF of all documents for Lighthouse Initiative

Pre-AP: Topics for AP Vertical Teams® in English

Pre-AP for English Teachers’ Corner

History and English:  Natural Partners

APSI Pre-AP English (High School) 2014

Pre-AP English APSI UT at Austin 2014

Ekphrastic Poetry

Graphic Organizers

AP English Language AP English Literature Argumentation Book Markers English II – Pre-AP English IV Fiction Graphic Organizers High School English Literary Analysis Point of View Reference Rhetorical Strategies Rubric Summer APSIs

Visible Thinking
Creativity Map – find it- use it
Figuring out Fair Map
Circles of Truth Map
Understanding Map
Options Diamond – Exploring the tension of decision making
Reporters Notebook – Separating fact and feeling

Visible Thinking – Teacher Organization
Me, You, Space, Time:  “MYST”

Visible Thinking – Student Activities
3, 2, 1 Bridge

Connect/Extend/Challenge
Circle of Viewpoints
Claim Support Question
Compass Points
Creative Hunt – Looking at parts, purposes, and audiences
Creative Questions
CSI – Color, Symbol, Image
Does it Fit     
Explanation Game

Headlines

Here/Now There/Then
Options Diamond
Question Sorts
Question Starts
Red Light,Yellow Light for Truth
Reporters Notebook – Separating fact and feeling
See/Think/Wonder – exploring works of art and other interesting things
Step Inside: Perceive,Know about, Care about
Stop Look Listen – clarifying claims and sources
Think Puzzle Explore
Tug of War – the complexity of fairness dilemmas
Used to think – But now, I think
What Makes You Say That?

Vocabulary
Word Chart:_Context and Connection
Word_Chart:_Examples and Characteristics
Term_Definition_Graphic
Vocabulary Word Cluster
Vocabulary_Cartoons_-_Instructions
VocabularyIdeascompiledbyDebSmith

Note Taking
Two-column notes
Note Chart for novels and plays
KWL
Who, What, When, Where, How, and Why
Cornell Notes

Team Work
ABC_Brainstorming
Think_Now Pair Share

Analysis
Prereading
Elements of Fiction with Graphics
Fiction_Elements_Organizer
Reading Response
Dialectical Journal
Reading  Journals
Story Plot Terms
Analysis Template
Reflecting Mood in Literature – Jane Eyre sample

Character
Analyzing Characters
Character Qualities Study
Character web
Blank Character web
Facebook assignment – Jane Eyre sample

Structure
Nine Sentence Patterns thanks to Mrs Cassel
Sentence Types and Patterns thanks to Mrs Cassel
Writing web

Writing
How to summarize
Summarizing
Theme evidence
Sentence Outline Literary Analysis thanks to Marcia Hilsabeck

Argumentation
Argument-Graphic-Organizer
Model Graphic Organizer for Argumentative Essay
Two- column Chart (arguments for/against your position)

Persuasion map 3 reasons 2 facts
Persuasive writing plan
Toulmin Arguments Model
Persuasive Essay Writing Plan  

Book Markers
Bookmarksforstrategies
characterbookmarks
conflictbookmarks
plotbookmarks
ThinkingQuestions

Rubrics
Rubrics_complexthinking

There’s more
Metacognitive journal
Where I’m From Poem
Character Trading_Card
All those Acronyms
Patterns patterns patterns
DIDLS_Breakdown
conflictmap 

APSI TCU 2013, 2014

Jane Eyre/Antigone

Antigone AP English Literature English II – Pre-AP Fiction High School English Jane Eyre Literary Analysis Novels Oedipus Reference Rhetorical Strategies Summer APSIs Vocabulary

Jane Eyre and Antigone

Jane Eyre and Antigone TCU 2012

“The real innovation of Charlotte Bronte is that she writes fiction from the point of view of an individual and not from the point of view of society in general. She projects herself without reserve into her leading characters and allows her inmost feelings, her secret impulses, to color her narrative…”