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Gatsby Written Task 2

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Gatsby Written Task 2
Warm-Up: 02.22.17
Go to the Agenda/Homework page for Year Two
Find the "Materials" listed under today's date (Feb 22nd)
Click on "Written Task 2 Outline"
Make a copy of it (In the Google Doc, click "File" then "Make a Copy")
Begin filling out the template by replacing the pieces in blue. Use your Written Task 2 handout from last week Monday to help with this.
Learning Targets
I can develop an IB-prescribed outline for my Written Task 2.
I can write a literary analysis essay in response to my chosen question using evidence from
The Great Gatsby
.
Written Task 2 Requirements
800-1,000 words (around 3 pages, double-spaced)
Responds to 1 of 6 prescribed questions
accompanied by the IB outline
demonstrates your understanding of
The Great Gatsby
Intro, Body, Conclusion
need to use properly cited evidence from the text
By the end of the hour
Make a copy of the WT2 Prescribed IB Outline
Rename the document (Written Task 2, Year Two - Last name, First name)
Share the document with me
teran.pederson-linn@mpls.k12.mn.us
Fill out the IB Outline
Start a new page in the SAME document and begin work on your Written Task 2 essay
Vocabulary: Frayer Model
Written Task Submissions
The
Written Task 1
you send must include the rationale.

The
Written Task 2
you send must include the outline AND the Work Cited page.

Neither task can exceed 1,000 words.

You will need to make a new Google document into which you can copy and paste BOTH tasks. This is the document you will share with me for submission.

You are able to edit/revise these up until you submit them to me.

Submissions are due MONDAY, MARCH 6TH because Ms. Dobson needs them by March 7th.
Agenda
IB Prescribed Outline
Written Task 2 Work Day
Warm-Up: 02.29.16
Locate each Written Task you have written for Language & Literature. You will have two from last year and two from this year.
Warm-Up: 02.13.17
Copy the following terms and definitions from into your notebooks.
Chapter 3
1.
prodigality:
extravagance (40/45)
2.
vehemently:
forcefully (42/46)
3.
credulity:
willingness to believe (44/48)
4.
convivial:
sociable (50/55)
5.
affectation:
fake behavior (57/62)
Chapter 4
1.
punctilious:
precise, formal (64/68)
2.
disconcerting:
confusing, unsettling (64/69)
3.
abstracted:
preoccupied, busy (77/82)
4.
juxtaposition:
side-by-side placement to compare/contrast (71/75)


Learning Targets
Agenda
I can become familiar with the requirements and important dates of Written Task 2.
I can use the Frayer Model to convey my understanding of a new vocabulary word.
Warm-Up: Ch 3/4 Vocab Notes
Written Task 2 Overview
Vocab: Frayer Model
Written Task Submissions
Must submit 1 of each Written Task.
Your options are:
It is up to you to find your copies of these (most likely in Google Drive).
Written Task 2 Due Dates
Rough Draft
(if not planning to submit to IB)
: Fri, Mar 3rd

Rough Draft
(if planning to submit to IB)
: Fri, Feb 24th

Final Draft
(for everyone)
: Fri, March 17th
WT1, Yr 2
(Hemingway/Atwood) &
WT2, Yr 1
(Garcia Girls)
OR
WT1, Yr 1
(Zeitoun) &
WT2, Yr 2
(Gatsby)
Warm-Up: 02.13.17
Copy the following terms and definitions from into your notebooks.
Chapter 3
1.
prodigality:
extravagance
2.
vehemently:
forcefully
3.
credulity:
willingness to believe
4.
convivial:
sociable
5.
affectation:
fake behavior
Chapter 4
1.
punctilious:
precise, formal
2.
disconcerting:
confusing, unsettling
3.
abstracted:
preoccupied, busy
4.
juxtaposition:
side-by-side placement to compare/contrast

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