Objective: I can develop and strengthen writing by planning, editing, and/or trying a new approach focusing on "work-ons" from previous writings (RL 4). Agenda:
Entry Task: Sit with your writing group (may be revised for Sem. 2--should be same color)
Review your group goals on your folder; put a check next to those you ALL feel you have accomplished in the last semester
Take out ALL of your papers from your folder (except the stapled-in progress chart and essay graphic); make sure your progress chart is fully completed including up to the question about the trigger phrases on the back
Now, starting with your cruelty essay, review ALL of the comments you have received, making a simplified list of those which reappear.
Stack your essays in the order we completed them as you go
When you get to your Romanticism essay, chart your progress and answer through How can I help you? On the back.
On your phone or Chromebook, go to appass.com and enter the average of your open choice, poetry, and passage responses.
Add up your total MC points from our first three sets and enter that score.
Come tell me whether or not you plan to take the test.
With cruelty on the bottom and Romanticism on the top, staple two times along the top, covering the essay graphic so that you might still use it when necessary during writing
Review your simplified list. Cross off any items you know you have accomplished. Highlight those that you are going to focus on as you write your next essay on our most recent reads.
Make sure there are no other papers in your writing folder, organize your My Essential Lits. into the provided envelope and keep them in your daily notebook.
Remember that your organized notebook is one of your 100 point review options prior to the test, so do not throw anything away, please. I will not make new copies for any missing assignments--they are all available online.
Exit Task: Know your strengths--even if you do not see a steady progression from one essay to the next, you probably notice that you are more successful with one type of essay than another. Remember that you will write all three if you choose to take the AP test--would you complete your strength first or save it for last? Why?