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AP English Language and Composition
Friday, October 23rd, 2015
Agenda:
OPTIC – due & discuss
Cleese “New Axis of Evil” – read & précis
Rhetorical Vocabulary Lesson
Cleese: “New Axis of Evil” (satire)
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Define satire
Read aloud as a class
Discuss context, content, and
construction
What makes it funny?
How is it effective?
HW: précis for Cleese
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Due Mon. 10/26
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Bullet-point pre-write
Hand-written RD
Typed Final (MLA format)
AP English Language
and Composition
Rhetorical Vocabulary Lesson
Materials
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English notebook
Various writing utensils
Vocab flash cards
Rhetorical Vocabulary Practice
Individually:
1.
Sort your cards into three stacks:
a)
b)
c)
2.
“I know what this word means and how to identify/use it”
“I kind of know what this word means and/or how to
identify/use it”
“I don’t know yet what this word means and/or how to
identify/use it”
Use your flash cards to:
a)
Confirm your knowledge of your “I know”
b)
Practice your knowledge of your “I kind of know”
c)
Gain familiarity with your “I don’t know yet”
Rhetorical Vocabulary Practice
In Partners & Small Groups:
Quiz each other on your rhetorical vocabulary
 Take out previous annotations and add to your notes:
discover and note instances of rhetorical terms being
used in the text
 Work on your Paine, Jefferson, and Roosevelt
annotations, specifically focusing on identifying and
analyzing rhetorical terms and patterns of
development
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