S. Brandt
 

For the second poetry response, all students will respond to T. S. Elliot's poem "The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock" by 10pm Friday, May 30th.

 
 

After reading one other student's response from your 3rd period class, comment on his/her response.  Keep in mind that the student will want to hear CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM; please no negativity.  Help the student see what he/she is doing right or wrong.  How can the student improve his/her response?  Could the response be more analytical?  Is the response too vague, etc.?  Be clear and concise in your critique of the student's response.  Be sure to include the student's name that you are critiquing and your name.

 
 

In your own words, state Zinsser's thesis.  Is his intent in this essay simply to expose a difficult situation or to effect change?  Explain. 

 
 

After reading one other student's response from your 3rd period class, comment on his/her response.  Keep in mind that the student will want to hear CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM; please no negativity.  Help the student see what he/she is doing right or wrong.  How can the student improve his/her response?  Could the response be more analytical?  Is the response too vague, etc.?  Be clear and concise in your critique of the student's response.  Be sure to include the student's name that you are critiquing and your name.

 
 

After reading Malcolm X's "My First Conk" from the Patterns book, respond to the following question: This Process explanation has an explicitly stated thesis that makes its purpose clear. What is this thesis?"

 

    S. Brandt

    This is my first attempt at blogging, so please be patient with me.  Incorporating a blog into the AP curriculum will help facilitate discussion that can be rewarding for everyone.  Here you will be able to post your responses online and to see what the rest of your classmates are analyzing as well.  Enjoy the experience and let me know what you think.

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