Lesson Plans
College Prep Writing 2nd Q 16.17 Lesson Plans
Week: 11/14/2016 Instructor: Duane Hannan Academics
Home
Monday:
Description--naming, detailing, comparing: characteristics--what's a human: list characteristics, what's an object: list characteristics; the senses--make a checklist;

read p.p. 631-638, do ex. 15.1: 15 minutes, describe the location--naming, detailing, comparing, addressing the senses;

Personal experience--read 23-27, what's the transcendent moment; using the chart above, check off details, senses, figurative language Dillard addresses

Tuesday:
Description--review second part of chapter: dominant impression: select details that connotatively support tone/plot/setting/character etc. ;

Avoiding progressive tenses and passive voice--the six regular tenses, exercise

Personal experience--review Dillard: the paradox, the transcendent moment, the details, senses, fig. lang. Dillard uses; read Hurry Up In There, use the check off to analyze, list an effective example of figurative language (one that reinforces the tone/plot/setting/character etc.

Wednesday:
Personal experience--review Swanson: the fig. language, the transcendent moment; read Great Grandfather's Crutches: the fig. lang., the transcendent moment, the structure

Description--type description of location; analyze using the check off chart, check off details, senses, figurative language you use, how much description/narration/reflection

Thursday:
Avoiding progressive tenses and passive voice--review the tense ex. from Tues.; the six progressive tenses; exercise in identifying regular and progressive tenses and revising progressives to regular while maintaining tense

Personal experience--review Hannan: the fig. lang., the transcendent moment, the structure; read Death of the Moth: the fig. lang., the transcendent moment, the structure, the mundane becomes transcendent

Friday:
JH Play--out at 1:50

Avoiding progressive tenses and passive voice--review ex. from Thursday

Personal experience--review Woolf: the transcendent moment, the structure, the mundane become transcendent

the assignment: personal experience, 1200 words




 
 
 
For questions or comments about our site, please contact: Duane Hannan