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Mrs. Kramer

Mrs. Kramer teaches English 11 and 12th Advanced Placement Literature and Composition.

Schedule:
Period 1: 12 AP Literature & Composition
Period 2: 12 AP Literature & Composition
Period 3: Plan
Period 4: English 11
Period 5: English 11
Period 6: Plan
Period 7: English 11

Contact Information:
kkramer@jeffco.k12.co.us
v.m.: 303-982-1349
English 11
If you are absent or need a reminder of what we did during class, click the link for the 
daily slides.

Daily Slides Fall 2018

English 11 Syllabus

Bring an independent reading book every day to read during SSR time.
Read outside of class.

Bring a notebook every day to capture notes and write responses to various prompts.

Bring basic supplies - pen, pencil, paper, highlighters, colored pencils.

Bring your Chromebook.  We will use these most days.

Be on time; be respectful; be ready to read, to write, and to participate in class.




12 Advanced Placement Literature and Composition

12 AP Literature/Comp. 
Syllabus


Link to the daily slides: 

12AP Literature/Comp. Daily Slides

Review slides as you need.

If you are absent, it is your responsibility to review the slides prior to returning to class following an absence. Review slides first, then ask any relevant questions during office hours.  I will not take time during class to go over what was missed the previous class period (unless it's to review specific material). 


Bring a notebook to class every day to capture notes, write responses, add literary terms, and add tone words.

Our focus in 12 AP Literature and Composition is:
 ***to explore and understand what literature can teach us about the human condition.
***to practice and apply the inductive thinking process to deepen the understanding of literary works (prose, poetry, drama).
***to explain and provide evidence of HOW literary and poetic devices function within a work. Simply identifying literary devices in a work is basic; analyzing how devices function is where critical thinking occurs.