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Unformatted text preview: PreIB 10: World Literature and Composition Monday, February 1st 2010 Monday, February 1 Today's Agenda Happy February! st Passage Analysis Activity (page 48) Card Questions Monday, February 1 A note to absent students st Make sure to get the card question notes from someone upon your return. Look at the passage analysis conclusions (I will post them on my website under the Ivan folder) Monday, February 1 Passage Analysis activity: st Look at the passage on page 48 ("A dim red sun had risen...its first floor just begun") Critically analyze this passage for its importance in the novel. What literary devices to you see being used? How are they working to convey Solzhenitsyn's message? What is Solzhenitsyn's message??) You can work individually or in pairs. You have 15 minutes to come up with the most complete, thorough analysis you can. Monday, February 1 st Card Questions: Pages 4382 REMEMBER TO BE ANNOTATING YOUR TEXT AS PEOPLE RESPOND! YOU SHOULD ALSO BE COMPLETING YOUR CHARACTER CHART THIS IS A GREAT TIME TO START THINKING ABOUT A TOPIC FOR YOUR FINAL ESSAY!! Monday, February 1 Homework for Tonight: st Read Pages 83102 Be working on your definition paragraph (Draft Due Block Day!) Don't forget rewrites for your satires, should you choose to do one, are due block day. ...
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