U6L4A7 Adverb Clauses
Adverbs (13 Adverbs 12GE1713; 14 Adverbs 12GE1714) and Adverb Clause (43 Adverb Clauses Elliptical 12GE1911.pdf and 44 Adverb Clauses Elliptical 12GE1912.pdf): underline the adverb clause and circle the subordinating conjunctions – ignore other directions.
U6L4A9 Vibrant Verbs Brushstroke
Look at the explanation of the Vibrant Verb brushstroke, detailed, with assignment/examples in Verbs_lesson_e.pdf (in the Grammar folder on the Google drive).
You will be expected to include one of EACH brushstroke (labeled) in your essay: Participle, Absolute, Appositive, Adjectives Out of Order, Vibrant Verbs.
Today we will look at the summative assessment for the Feminist Critical Lens and you will be given time to read the texts associated with the assignment.
U2L4A1 Applying a Critical Perspective (RS, WS, LS) + MLA Format (WF)
Read about the summative assignment on pages 241-248 of your text and look at the rubric titled Applying a Critical Perspective Rubric.pdf (In the Google drive in the Springboard Text – Unit 2 Videos & Handouts folder).
Read the two stories on pages 243-248 of your text and select the ONE you feel most comfortable with (Applying a Critical Perspective Text pp 241-248.pdf). Then, write an analytical essay applying the Feminist Critical Perspective to the short story you have selected.
In your essay, identify the messages that story conveys to the reader when the Feminist Critical Perspective is applied, using cited evidence from the text to develop your points. You MUST include a bibliographic citation for the text you have chosen on the last page of your essay.
Submit your essay to Turnitin.com by 11:59 PM on Saturday, September 11.