U6L2A2 Subject-Verb Agreement
93 SV Agrmt Nns Pronns Vbs 12GE2301.pdf; 94 SV Agrmt Nns Pronns Vbs 12GE2302.pdf; 95 SV Agrmt Compound Subj 12GE2303.pdf; 96 SV Agrmt Compound Subj 12GE2304.pdf; 97 SV Agrmt Confusing Subj 12GE2305.pdf; 98 SV Agrmt Confusing Subj 12GE2306.pdf
U2L4A1 Applying a Critical Perspective
Today we will discuss how to select and quote evidence for your literary analysis.
A presentation in the Google drive (Writing – Lit Analysis folder) reviews all of the information you will need today. The presentation is called 3 Adding Details from Texts.pdf. Additional information and examples are available in the Essay Guide:
What and how to quote and cite, pp. 82-94
Lead-ins, pp. 99-105
Commentary, p. 106
Citing quotes, pp. 89-93.
Also, please look at the Quoting Dialogue_NO.pptx presentation.
Write the body of your literary analysis, merging details from the text with your own ideas using lead-ins and commentary appropriately.