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Weekly Agenda 1/23/13. In the “Do” section, write today’s learning target and additional information: Analyze historical film for author’s purpose, perspective, and theme, citing specific details that create meaning. Set academic and personal goals for this week.

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Weekly agenda 1 23 13

Weekly Agenda 1/23/13

  • In the “Do” section, write today’s learning target and additional information:

    • Analyze historical film for author’s purpose, perspective, and theme, citing specific details that create meaning.

  • Set academic and personal goals for this week.

  • Get out last week’s agenda and complete reflection. Turn in agendas from last week.

  • Email/Turn in Analysis Essay with proofreading sheet attached.


Quickwrite

Quickwrite

  • In fiction, authors use figurative language, imagery, symbolism and tone to convey their purpose, perspective and theme.

    What methods do you think filmmakers use to convey their purpose, perspective and theme in historical film?

  • Author’s Purpose: What an author is attempting to accomplish through a literary work (Persuade, Inform, Entertain).

  • Author’s Perspective: The experiences an author has had that creates a personal belief system and drive their purpose and tone.

  • Theme: The insight about human life that is revealed in literary work.


Iron jawed angels

Iron Jawed Angels

  • HBO Film about Women’s Suffrage

  • Active Reading Questions (ANSWER WHILE WATCHING). Read over first 10-15 questions so you know what will be asked.

  • As we watch, think about how modern film acts as a vehicle to both inform about and shape history.

    • What specific techniques do filmmakers use to influence the thoughts and ideas of viewers?


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Weekly Agenda 1/25/13

  • In the “Do” section, write today’s learning target and additional information:

    • Analyze Iron Jawed Angels, identifying exposition elements, sources of tension and conflict

  • Get out reading questions.


Looking at a film as a story

Looking at a Film as a Story

  • Structure of film is the same as the structure of any other story.

  • The beginning = THE EXPOSITION

    • Characters

    • Setting

    • Problem

  • The biggest part of a story AND A FILM is the RISING ACTION

    • Building Tension

    • Developing Conflict


Characters new school suffragettes

Characters – New School Suffragettes


Characters old school suffragettes

Characters – Old School Suffragettes


The antagonists

The Antagonists


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Weekly Agenda 1/28/13

  • In the “Do” section, write today’s learning target and additional information:

    • Analyze Iron Jawed Angels, identifying exposition elements, sources of tension and conflict

  • Get out last week’s agenda and complete reflection. I will come around and check off completion.

  • Create Personal & Academic Goals for this Week

  • Get out reading questions and plot/conflict organizer.


4 types of conflict

4 Types of Conflict

  • Man vs. Man

  • Man vs. Nature

  • Man vs. Self

  • Man vs. Society


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Weekly Agenda 1/29/13

  • In the “Do” section, write today’s learning target and additional information:

    • Distinguish between subject & theme in Iron Jawed Angels

    • Cite details that the director uses to convey theme in IJA

  • Get out study questions


Theme

Theme

  • THEME: The insight about human life that is revealed in a literary work.

  • Themes are rarely stated outright.

  • Readers have to infer the theme after considerable thought.

  • DIFFERENT THAN SUBJECT

    • Subject: Growing Up

    • Theme: For most young people, growing up is a process that involves the pain of achieving self knowledge.

  • Theme must be stated in at least one sentence; most themes are complex enough to require several sentences, or even an essay.


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Weekly Agenda 1/30/13

  • In the “Do” section, write today’s learning target and additional information:

    • Read specific scenes closely to identify and analyze how the cinematic effects contribute to the mood of the film and reveal the author’s purpose, perspective and tone.

  • DUE FRIDAY: Viewing questions and graphic organizers.

  • Get out study questions and graphic organizers about plot, conflict, and theme.


Some questions you had

Some Questions You Had

  • Can we watch another [film] like that?

  • How many days did [Alice] go without food?

  • Did [Alice] ever get with the newspaper guy?

  • Did Alice and Lucy ever get to vote?

  • Did this ALL really happen?

  • Was it the guy who took his kids away from his wife that posted Alice Paul’s note into the post?

  • Did they really get mistreated like in the movie when they were in prison?

  • Why didn’t she want to eat? Did Alice really get force fed? Why?

  • What other causes did Alice Paul fight for?

  • Why did President Wilson not want women to have the right to vote?

  • Why did men not want to allow women their own rights?

  • Why did women not have freedom from the beginning?

  • Did Emily Leighton leave her husband?

  • I didn’t realize women went through that much to get the right to vote.


Close reading

Close Reading

  • Read closely to determine what the text says explicitly and to make logical inferences from it; cite specific textual evidence when writing or speaking to support conclusions drawn from text.

    • What things are said outright in Iron Jawed Angels?

    • What things can we infer and conclude that the “author” is saying about the subjects (from yesterday)?

    • What “specific textual evidence” do we see that supports our inferences and conclusions?


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Weekly Agenda 1/31/13

  • In the “Do” section, write today’s learning target and additional information:

    • Read specific scenes closely to identify and analyze how the cinematic effects contribute to the mood of the film and reveal the author’s purpose, perspective and tone.

  • DUE FRIDAY: Viewing questions and graphic organizers.

  • Get out study questions and graphic organizers about plot, conflict, and theme.


Important quotes from the film

Important Quotes From the Film

  • DISCUSSION: Who said it? Why did they say it? What does it tell us? Complete the graphic organizer (due tomorrow).

  • “Dress up prejudice and call it politics?”

  • “I don’t get involved in politics. I haven’t the head for it.”

  • “Mr. President, how long must women wait for liberty?”

  • “When you’re alone, you can make any choice you want. When somebody loves you, you lose that right.”

  • “I changed my mind about the hat. It suits you.”

  • “In oranges and women, courage is often mistaken for insanity.”


Research topics

Research Topics

  • Groups of 2 – GOAL: Find PRIMARY SOURCES. Read and take notes, making sure to reference where you found what information.

  • Select Topic (only one group per topic):

  • Alice Paul (Early Life, Suffrage Activities, Post-1920)

  • Lucy Burns

  • Doris Stevens

  • Inez Milholland

  • RuzaWenclawska (also known as Rose Winslow)

  • Carrie Chapman Catt

  • Elizabeth Cady Stanton

  • Susan B. Anthony

  • Occoquan Workhouse

  • Kaiser Wilhelm

  • Senator Burn

  • Senator Turner

  • The 19th Amendment

  • President Wilson’s Address to Congress (about the 19th Amendment)


Sources

Sources

  • What is a primary source?

    • A primary source refers to a source from the time period who had first-hand experience with the topic.

    • If you can, you want to find news articles from the time of Alice Paul (etc.).

    • I can help you if you need it.

  • What is NOT a primary source?

    • Wikipedia, Ask.com or About.com, Google Images

    • However, these are good places to start.

  • Some other good places to start:

    • Library of Congress

    • PBS

    • \Some images can be found at Retronaut.com


Important scenes and cinematic features

Important Scenes and Cinematic Features

  • The opening scene: FORESHADOWING

  • The soundtrack:

    • Affect of using modern music

    • Affect of using specific songs at specific times

    • We will do close reading of multiple songs in the film.


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Weekly Agenda 2/4/13

  • In the “Do” section, write today’s learning target and additional information:

    • Research topics associated with Iron Jawed Angels to present to classmates.

  • Finish graphic organizers and viewing questions to turn in by the end of class.

  • We will present research findings at the end of the week. (You can use PowerPoint, Prezi, Poster…)


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Weekly Agenda 2/5/13

  • In the “Do” section, write today’s learning target and additional information:

    • Pre-Assessment: Realism Collection

  • DUE FRIDAY: Research Presentation (You can use PowerPoint, Prezi, Poster, Movie…)

  • Get out your computer and log-in. Open Browser. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE YOUR COMPUTER, LOG IN TO ONE OF MINE.


Ciits login to take pre assessment

CIITS Login to Take Pre-Assessment

  • Go to ciits.kyschools.us (NO www.)

  • Log in with the user name and password given to you.

  • Enter the Online Passcode: NUWYKIWU6 (it’s an “I,” not a “1”)

  • Begin the test. There are 23 questions.

  • #23 is an open response. You need 1-2 paragraphs, not 4-7.

  • When you have completed the test, return your login slip to me. You may then continue research silently.


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Weekly Agenda 2/6/13

  • In the “Do” section, write today’s learning target and additional information:

    • Summarize ideas of selected songs from Iron Jawed Angels and explain why the song lyrics and music relate to the film and reinforce the purpose.

  • DUE TODAY: Song summary and explanation (3-5 paragraphs).

  • DUE FRIDAY: Research Presentation

    • *conduct research once finished with soundtrack close reading

    • You can use PowerPoint, Prezi, Poster, Movie…


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Weekly Agenda 2/7/13

  • In the “Do” section, write today’s learning target and additional information:

    • Summarize ideas of selected songs from Iron Jawed Angels and explain why the song lyrics and music relate to the film and reinforce the purpose.

  • DUE TODAY: Song summary and explanation questions. *PLEASE GET THESE OUT*

  • DUE FRIDAY: Research Presentation

    • *conduct research once finished with soundtrack close reading – we will have time to finish up in class tomorrow – giving presentations on Monday

    • You can use PowerPoint, Prezi, Poster, Movie…


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Weekly Agenda 2/11/13

  • REFLECT ON GOALS FROM LAST WEEK

  • TURN IN LAST WEEK’S AGENDA AND GET NEW ONE (FEBRUARY)

  • SET GOALS FOR THIS WEEK

    • Be Specific

    • Visualize Success

  • In the “Do” section, write today’s learning target and additional information:

    • Present research based on questions raised while viewing Iron Jawed Angels


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Weekly Agenda 2/12/13

  • In the “Do” section, write today’s learning target and additional information:

    • Present research based on questions raised while viewing Iron Jawed Angels

  • Email me your presentation if you have not done so yet. There will NOT be another day to work on these during class and you will have to present them after school.


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