Kirk Zieser Scribe
- Answer SAT questions
- Common errors
- summary topic sentence: main idea/ big idea not plot
- concise summary
- punctuate title correctly
- response topic sentence response: why
- explanations: explain quote, connect to topic sentence
- How can we fix these errors?
- Plot S/R growth in writing
- Evaluate good and bad examples of S/Rs in groups
- Work on S/R Act 4
Act 4 S/R due Monday, Meet in forum tomorrow
To what extent do jealousy and betrayal rule our choices/lives or affect our relationships?
Tips for S/Rs
- Personal Words
- Punctuating Titles
- Movie or Movie
- Book or Book
- Play or Play
- WHATEVER YOU DO, STAY CONSISTENT
- ”(Author’s Last Name).
- ?”(Author’s Last Name).
- !”(Author’s Last Name).
- ”(Shakespeare 2.3.7-9).
- ”(Bradbury, 79).
- Quotation Lead-in
- Doesn’t have to be “Iago says,”
- Just has to introduce quote and context
- Lead-ins ALWAYS introduce the quotation
- Lead-ins ALWAYS end with a comma
- Lead-ins are necessary because quotes are not strong enough to stand by themselves