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Once More to the Lake
Everything in One Passage
Once More to the Lake:
Vocabulary
For each word, your group
will create a diagram of the
word using the following as
an example:
Word
Visual
(picture/symbol)
Dictionary
Definition
Example
sentence
using
word.
Group 1:
• dexterity
• pensive
• pedantic
• anaphora
Group 2
• melancholy
• nostalgia
• Despair
• hyperbole
Group 3
• enumeration
• idyllic
• vulgar
• irony
Group 4
• exposé
• bane
• intricacies
• polysyndeton
Group 5
• imagistic
• objectivity
• reminisce
• escapism
Group 6
• transposition
• gunwale
• jollity
• parenthetical
Once More to the Lake
• Pp. 75-82 in Riverside
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• For Friday:
– Answer the Purpose,
Audience, and Strategy
questions on pgs. 82-83
Once More to the Lake:
Sample AP Multiple Choice Questions
• Your Group will be given
several M/C questions.
• We will be sharing your
answers, and discussing
whether or not they are
correct, so be careful and
thorough.
• The “passage” of the story
the questions refer to starts
with “Summertime oh
summertime” on p. 79, and
ends on p. 80 with “charging
bull-fashion at the dock.”
• For each question do the
following:
1. Find the text that
corresponds to the
question.
1.
Write the line number(s)
down.
2. Choose, as a group,
which answer you think is
correct.
1.
Write it down
3. Justify your response.
How do you know?
1.
Write this down
Once More to the Lake:
Not-the-weekend Essay
In his autobiographical essay,
Once More to the Lake, E.B.
White explores a childhood
memory from an adult
perspective.
Using E.B. White’s essay as a
point of reference, defend my
claim that differences in age (or
gender) affect the way people
remember a certain place or
event.
Write this as an 8.2 essay:
4.1 Introduction
1.
2.
3.
4.
Topic sentence
Concrete Detail
Commentary
Thesis
2-3 8.2 Body paragraphs
Conclusion
1.
2.
3.
4.
Transition sentence
Commentary that wraps
up ideas and/or refers
to thesis
Closing Commentary 1
Closing Commentary 2