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Mythology
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Mythology
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Literary Terms Videos
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AP Multiple Choice Quiz
AP Essay Practice
AP Multiple Choice Quiz
Due 4/28
Re-write/type Othello Essay
m/c practice finish IV
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Essay-"Last Night"
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WOTD
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AP Multiple Choice Quiz
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1-Othello Essay
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Create one prompt
to compare/contrast
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Create a scoring guide
3-Exam V 1-27
AP Essay
AP Multiple Choice Quiz
Dickinson Essay
  • Use of dashes
  • Pronouns
  • Why she wrote
  • Structure
  • No first names
  • biblical allusion
  • reader participation/event
Essay re-write
Finish Practice V
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AP Exam:
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H/W
List one example of each in the space below:
Motifs: Handkerchief in Othello
Dramatic Foils
Archetypes
Static:
Dynamic:
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AP Essay
AP Multiple Choice Quiz
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Sample Exam II:
Essay two
Outline one and three
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AP Multiple Choice Quiz
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Students will serve as resources to each other by completing a variety of teacher-designed activities to analyze this novel. Findings will be presented to the rest of the class. Students will choose eight questions for research and discussion to post to the wiki space. Each member must participate in the discussion of each question. The questions address social issues, the literal and figurative aspects of journey, imagery, authorial experience as it parallels character experience, creative writing as [[AP Boot Camp#|personal response]] to the novel, motivation for and consequences of Janie’s choice of spouses, written responses to literary criticism, setting as "character," and interior monologues to reveal character.
A multiple choice and essay AP format exam will be given; written responses will include a timed essay in response to an appropriate open question from previous AP exams. These responses are graded using the nine-point AP rubric.

An archetype (
play
play
/ˈɑrkɪtp/
) is a universally understood symbol[1] or pattern of behaviour, a prototype upon which others are copied, patterned, or emulated. Archetypes are often used in myths and storytelling across different cultures.



Archetypal analysis of a work is one of the most common forms ofliterary analysis. It is easy to understand and use with a little knowledge of the basics.