>> In this passage Shakespeare introduces the ghost, which is now revealed to be Hamlet’s father, to Hamlet. 0 0 this passage foreshadows the uneasiness between Hamlet and Claudius. 720 >> 4 0 org. obj 0 0 /Transparency 7 ... AP Literature was equally as challenging as other AP classes I have taken. For the “open question” students were offered a list of texts that would work well for the prompt. 3 Shakespeare introduces the ghost in a very, helpless manner. endobj My teacher clearly presented expectations and instructions. Graded essays were returned in a timely manner. /Page FRQ 2 -- Moon Tiger *Analyze how Lively uses literary devices to dramatize the complex relationship among the three characters. ... AP ® ENGLISH LITERATURE AND COMPOSITION 2015 … endobj Change ), You are commenting using your Facebook account. Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. obj Instead of grieving with his new son, Claudius does the exact opposite and tells Hamlet, to forget about his father and move on with his life. End of year review Strongly Agree Agree Neutral Disagree Strongly Disagree Class time was used effectively. 8 x��VKOA��Lڃ�x�b0� C�{ڛ�� �]�F�,(�o���u�;�����3��Տ�����/�L�m� ��连�K.R!dp��V̎�(v�\;띠���@ �M$�|f�g|�/ 䒯}�?�]���E���"���ZP�+Be�j:Tf*K+���y�:�Z^��F���4�IRϓ>��e� Free-Response Questions Download free-response questions from past exams along with scoring guidelines, sample responses from exam takers, and scoring distributions. 5 In her address to Chicago’s Union League club in 1903, Jane Addams uses strong pathos and strategic parallelism to advocate for change. 0 /Length /Names AP Literature was equally as challenging as other AP classes I have taken. Hamlet also goes as far as to compare, Claudius with his own father, providing the reader/audience with stark differences between the two and. /Group 26 21 Structuring nearly every sentence the same way builds the energy produced by the statements and makes them feel important. Essay Response to 2015 Question 2. The time I was given to work with peers was helpful. Keywords: Free-Response Questions; 2015; exam; teaching resources; AP English Literature; Composition Created Date: 3/16/2015 1:37:31 PM 1 Date: Thursday, August 27, 2015 Class: AP Lit Due: Read pg. 27 Students were asked to read carefully an early passage from Louise Erdrich’s 1986 novel . 103-110 and take notes; read “Interpreter of Maladies” (141-159) and do questions 1,3,4,6-8 Objective: Examine Theme / … R /Resources Strategic parallelism throughout the passage helps to amplify feelings. This precise spot also brings to light some of Addams’ purpose and gives it a high importance. >> Question 1 (Derek Walcott, “XIV”) The score should reflect the quality of the essay as a whole — its content, style, and mechanics. The parrot, (A), speaks words in various languages; the "fluty notes" come from the mockingbird on the other side of the door. R 0 << * Imagery and diction indicate fierce sibling rivalry, competition, and territorialism--”hiss of triumph” --”suspicion and rivalry” --“promising enticing (used 405 /D /Page << This paper was written in the same time as would be recommended be spent on a rhetorical analysis essay, which is 40 minutes. ( Log Out /  R /Pages endobj AP® ENGLISH LITERATURE AND COMPOSITION 2015 SCORING GUIDELINES ... www.collegeboard. endstream 0 ( Log Out /  /Filter These responses are subject to change. R To build the shame Addams uses rhetorical questions to point out that Washington would not approve of the actions the people had taken. ] In addition, the way Claudius is introduced in. 802 Critic Roland Barthes has said, “ Literature is the question minus the answer.” Choose a novel, or play, and, considering Barthes ’ observation, write an essay in which you analyze a central question the work raises and the extent to which it offers answers. R Question 2 . /DeviceRGB 24 Starting her major points with “let us assume” and “let us take” associates the phrase with importance in the audience and creates power in the statements and claims Addams pairs with them. Hamlet has just lost his father and is a very unstable state of grieving. obj ] stream 0 << 0 Course Hero is not sponsored or endorsed by any college or university. 0 /Nums obj 19 obj obj obj 0 15 R I felt comfortable asking questions in this class. Jason's AP Lit Blog Follow by Email. 0 0 9 /Filter 0 10 >> 2015 AP Statistics Exam - Free Response Solution #2 These responses are not endorsed or sponsored by AP CollegeBoard or any other outside entity. endobj obj ] The work in this class felt meaningful and not like busywork. adding onto the antagonistic view of Claudius. endobj 2. << /JavaScript R >> /Filter 0 /S obj /Type 405 /Parent >> /Parent >> Published on May 25, 2016 May 25, 2016 by Sydney Loomis. 21 Download free-response questions from past exams along with scoring guidelines, sample responses from exam takers, and scoring distributions. AP® ENGLISH LITERATURE AND COMPOSITION 2015 SCORING GUIDELINES ... ENGLISH LITERATURE AND COMPOSITION 2015 SCORING COMMENTARY ... www.collegeboard.org. /DeviceRGB /Resources [ /FlateDecode R 0 University of the South Pacific, Fiji • ENGLISH MISC. endobj infographics! 0 Hamlet also exemplifies his disgust for Claudius by, wishing that “his flesh would melt, thaw, and resolve itself into dew,” (1.2.129-131) rather than watch, Claudius be crowned as a king and husband of his mother. 26 << In D.H. Lawrences novel The Rainbow, women are captured as one who seeks to explore the world and venture /MediaBox 405 /Length obj [ 0 << 720 0 << 2015 AP Physics 2 FRQ#2 - Duration: 13:16. * Imagery and diction indicate fierce sibling rivalry, competition, and territorialism--”hiss of triumph” --”suspicion and rivalry” --“promising enticing (used 23 R >> /Type /CS /Creator Parminder Singh AP Lit, P.2 October 26, 2015 Hamlet Paragraph Assignments 1.2.87-159: Question 1 (accidentally did it on the same act so I did another one) Act 1.2 introduces the relationship between Hamlet and King Claudius, Hamlet’s former uncle and new step-father, and characterizes Claudius.