Lesson Plans
College Prep Writing 2nd Q 14.15 Lesson Plans
Week: 10/27/2014 Instructor: Duane Hannan Academics
Commas--after intro chunks: after intro verbal and modifying phrases; phrases; parts of speech, sentence elements, handouts

Personal experience idea selections

Notebooks due

Commas--after intro chunks, review phrases from yesterday

Personal experience--read "The Death of the Moth", list examples of figurative language, how long does the story take? setting?, character?, plot/confict? point of view?

No class--Juniors on field trip

Description/personal experience example--the transcendent quality of "An American Childhood", Getting run over, telling the dude not to pursue my daughter; paradox: trouble leads to happiness (2), getting chased="joyous" (13), "and discovering always, exhilarated, dismayed, that only speed . . ." (14), "our captor, our hero" (16), she cherished her excitement (16), getting head cut off and dying happy (21), the guy chasing them--a saint (21); the transcendent quality of "The Death of the Moth", the "marvelous as well as pathetic" moth possessing "enormous energy" but living with the backdrop of "indifferent, impersonal" death, the pencil does no good (a symbol?); read "Great-Grandfather's Crutches"; read 40-43

Rrevise run ons and frags from descriptive passage

Commas--after intro chunks, handouts on intro element ID including nominative absolute

Personal experience--read 44-48; select any three pre-writing activities/strategies from 44-48