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Agenda ssr book pocket dictionary

In our new text, the character Dante plays the part of an Everyman. In 2-3 sentences, what do you think the role “Everyman” means?

  • Agenda

  • SSR Book

  • Pocket Dictionary

Your Desk

Dante’s Inferno


Unit 3 religion day 46

Greeter

  • SWBAT categorize various forms of religious consequence as a guide for the individual moral compass.

Big Idea

Unit 3 – ReligionDay 46

“The hottest places in hell are reserved for those who in times of great moral crises maintain their neutrality.” ~ Dante Alighieri

“The hottest place in Hell is reserved for those who remain neutral in times of great moral conflict.” ~ Martin Luther King, Jr.

Does anyone speak Italian? The word “Inferno” has a very distinct meaning in this language. In fact, it’s the setting for our entire text. Welcome to Dante’s Inferno.

HW

SUP 503: Discern which details, though they may appear in different sections throughout a passage, support important points in more

  • AoW9: Mexico Plans to Tackle Obesity with Sin Taxes – Due Friday 11.9.2013

  • ReReadCantos I & II w/guiding questions

  • Make sure to bring your text, pocket dictionaries & post-its every day.


Lo que es un canto i2k

Lo QueEs Un “Canto”? (I2K)

  • The canto is a principal form of division in a long poem.

  • The word comes from Italian, meaning "song" or singing.

  • Our story is divided into short divisions or “cantos”.


The protagonist

The Protagonist

  • Durante Degli Alighieri

  • Known as the Father of the Italian Language

    • Not the video game character some of you are familiar with.

  • Was exiled from his home city of Florence after making some powerful people upset

    • Therefore, most of the people “suffering” in the inferno are people that he knew and didn’t like or celebrities that he knew of and didn’t like.

  • Stay Ready Challenge: Why Did Martin Luther (not the King) protest against the Catholic Church?


The guide

The Guide

  • PubliusVergiliusMaro (Best known as Virgil)

  • Considered one of Rome’s greatest poets and most virtuous citizens.

  • Died BEFORE Christ was born…this is I2K (Important 2 Know)

  • Never knew Dante in REAL life

    • Dante looked up to him which is WHY he’s his guide through The Inferno.


The hill

The Hill

  • Where our story begins…


I2k what s an allegory

I2K – What’s an Allegory?

  • Allegory - a story, poem, or picture that can be interpreted to reveal a hidden meaning, typically a moral or political one.

  • The Inferno is an allegorical poem…

    • Dante represents The Everyman trying to find the right path.

    • The Lion, Leopard, and She-Wolf represent sins on the hill preventing Dante from making it to the light.


Where the bad things are

Where The “Bad Things” Are

  • The Truth about Consequence (What is punishment or Hell like in various religions)

    • In Islam…there’s a FIERY hell

    • In Judaism…there’s an INTENSE FEELING of shame for turning away from G-d

    • In Buddhism…there is endless suffering…but as usual, a chance for REBIRTH

    • Ancient Taoism…has NO CONCEPT of Hell

    • In Wicca…there is NO SUCH THING as Hell as there is no concept of punishment or reward.

    • In Native African traditions…Hell is simply WANDERING souls on Earth unable to make it to G-d

    • In Native Asian traditions…Hell is an underground, uninviting WET place for sinful people


Language samples paired work

Language Samples (Paired Work)

What does the following sample of text mean?

Midway on our life’s journey, I found myselfIn dark woods, the right road lost.


Language samples paired work1

Language Samples (Paired Work)

What does the following sample of text mean?

This beast, at whom thou criest, her way will suffer none to pass, and no less hindrance makes than death.


Language samples paired work2

Language Samples (Paired Work)

What does the following sample of text mean?

Onward he mov’d, I close his steps pursu’d


Language samples paired work3

Language Samples (Paired Work)

What does the following sample of text mean?

Thou hast dispos’d me to renew my voyage, that my first purpose is fully resum’d.


Let s begin our journey through the inferno

LET’S BEGIN OUR JOURNEY THROUGH THE INFERNO…

Teacher Read Aloud Day


What do we know about dante

What Do We Know About Dante

  • Using the handout from today, list the character traits that we can assess about Dante’s character based on his actions and thoughts in the text. You may work with a partner ONLY if you or your partner need help.


End 11 4 2013

END – 11.4.2013

Does Dante represent “The Everyman” in your opinion? How or how not?


Agenda ssr book pocket dictionary

In The Dark Knight Rises, Bane tells Batman, “You don’t fear death, you welcome it. Your punishment must be more severe.” Which of the following would agree with this response MOST? Explain your response in 2-3 sentences.A. HammurabiB. Jesus ChristC. Mr. CleavesD. None of the Above

  • Agenda

  • SSR Book

  • Pocket Dictionary

  • Post-Its

Your Desk

Dante’s Inferno


Unit 3 religion day 47

Greeter

  • SWBAT discuss and explain the accuracy of Dante’s portrayal of “just” punishment.

Big Idea

Unit 3 – ReligionDay 47

“Let the punishment fit the crime.” ~ Ancient Proverb

HW

REL 503 - Identify clear relationships between characters, ideas, and so on in more challenging literary narratives

  • AoW9: Mexico Plans to Tackle Obesity with Sin Taxes – Due Friday 11.9.2013

  • ReReadCantos III & IV w/guiding questions

  • Make sure to bring your text, pocket dictionaries & post-its every day.


Cantos i ii reading check

CANTOS I & II READING CHECK

  • You have 6 minutes to complete your reading check.

  • You may use your text, but here’s why it may NOT be smart to…

    • 6 minutes is NOT a lot of time

    • The questions all involve key moments in the test and you should have identified these points while reading and marked them with a post-it.


Fit the crime

Fit the Crime?

  • When should a punishment be more severe or less severe?

  • Kidnapping vs. Puppynapping?

    • What about Plantnapping?

  • Accidentally swearing vs. Intentionally Swearing in class

  • Cursing out your teacher vs. Cursing out your mother

  • What are some examples of your own?

    • Work with any nearby neighbor.

    • Come up with 2 similar scenarios to discuss.

    • We’ll take 2-3 to toss out to the class.


What does it mean to be just

What does it mean to be “just”?

  • Use your pocket dictionaries or your brains.

  • Write an answer to the present question above.

  • Explain in your response HOW a punishment can be “just”.

  • Be prepared to share your responses.


Tuesday comfort reading

Tuesday – Comfort Reading

  • We are “Comfort Reading” Cantos III & IV

  • This is a TRIAL and will only continue IF you act responsibly today.

    • Find a comfortable position in the class and read the assigned Cantos

      • Your eyes MUST be visible

      • You can choose to read in your own chosen groups at a Level 1

      • I will be very strict!

        • Only reading, connecting, or explaining should be happening in groups.

        • Any off task behaviors will result in demerits and isolation.

        • Group read at your own risk. Choose wisely.

        • If you know reading independently is better for you, do so.


Guiding thoughts

Guiding Thoughts

  • Provide one example of punishment witnessed in Canto III.

  • Provide one example of punishment witnessed in Canto IV.

    Character revisit:

  • Who did we see in Limbo?

  • Why are they there?

  • Is this fair/just?


Agenda ssr book pocket dictionary

Is a sin “better” when committed by ourselves or our family, than when it is committed by strangers? Explain your answer in 3-5 sentences.

  • Agenda

  • SSR Book

  • Pocket Dictionary

  • Post-Its

Your Desk

Dante’s Inferno


Unit 3 religion day 48

Greeter

  • SWBAT analyze Dante’s moral order and placement of characters in various levels of Hell.

Big Idea

Unit 3 – ReligionDay 48

“Sin is not hurtful because it is forbidden, but it is forbidden because it is hurtful.” ~ Benjamin Franklin

“Sin is geographical.” ~ Bertrand Russell

HW

GEN 601 - Power: Use information from one or more sections of a more challenging passage to draw generalizations and conclusions about people, ideas and so on

  • AoW9: Mexico Plans to Tackle Obesity with Sin Taxes – Due Friday 11.9.2013

  • ReReadCantos V & VI w/guiding questions

  • Make sure to bring your text, pocket dictionaries & post-its every day.


Cantos iii iv reading check

CANTOS III & IV READING CHECK

  • You have 6 minutes to complete your reading check.

  • You may use your text, but why should it be a last resort?


Lust gluttony

Lust & Gluttony

  • Lust – a strong feeling of sexual desire; a strong desire or craving for something.

  • Gluttony - the act or habit of eating or drinking too much

  • How are lust and gluttony similar? Why are they so closely related in hell?


Character chart completion

Character Chart Completion

  • Who’s present?

  • What do you know about them?

  • If you could ask one question TO the character or TO the teacher ABOUT this character, what would it be?

  • Is the character being punished?

    • If so, how?


Seek and you shall find

Seek and You Shall Find

  • Switch Partners and compare your character chart with another person.

  • Make edits/additions as you deem necessary.

  • We will revisit as a group so make sure that what you sure is as accurate as possible.

    • We don’t want any “lost souls”.


Outcomes

Outcomes?

  • Minos?

  • Helen?

  • Cleopatra?

  • Francesca?

  • Cerberus?

  • Ciacco?


End 11 06 2013

END – 11.06.2013

What is the origin of Minos and Cerebrus? In your understanding, make an inference as to why these characters are located as guards of Hell?


Cantos v vi reading check

Cantos V & VI Reading Check

  • Agenda

  • SSR Book

  • Pocket Dictionary

  • Post-Its

Your Desk

Dante’s Inferno


Unit 3 religion day 49

Greeter

  • SWBAT reason the measure and precision of punishment as provided by G-d in Dante’s poem. (The perfection of punishment)

Big Idea

Unit 3 – ReligionDay 49

“I am the punishment of God...If you had not committed great sins, God would not have sent a punishment like me upon you.” ~ Ghengis Khan

HW

REL 503 - Identify clear relationships between characters, ideas, and so on in more challenging literary narratives

  • AoW9: Mexico Plans to Tackle Obesity with Sin Taxes – Due Friday 11.9.2013

  • ReReadCantos VII - IX w/guiding questions

  • Make sure to bring your text, pocket dictionaries & post-its every day.


Different levels to this

Different Levels to This!

Level of Hell

Punishment

Bitten by flies and wasps; Worms consume their blood and tears.

Meaningless Existence (Nothing)

Continuous wind, rain, and stormy weather; Also, lying still in darkness

Stink; Rain filled with filth and poop (sewage)

  • Anti-Inferno

  • First Circle of Hell (Limbo)

  • Second Circle of Hell (Lust)

  • Third Circle of Hell (Gluttony)


Theme alert

THEME ALERT!!

  • G-d’s perfect and precise punishment is a key theme in Dante’s Inferno.

  • Examples:

    • The Lustful, those who were obsessed with the stimulation of the flesh in life, now have their nerves unceasingly stimulated by the storm. 

      • Also, they lie prone and in the dark—the conditions in which acts of lust generally take place.

    • The Gluttonous, those who excessively pursued pleasure in life now lie in an overabundance of that which disgusts.

      • The excrement that douses them is both the product of their greedy and wasteful consumption.


Today we see

Today we see…

  • The Fourth Circle of Hell… Selfish & Squanderers

    • The Avaricious & The Prodigal

  • The Fifth Circle of Hell…Wrathful

    • Those who were consumed with Anger

  • Dis aka Lower Hell

  • The Sixth Circle of Hell …Heretics

    • The people that teach, believe in, or go against the teachings of G-d


Be prepared for dante charades

Be Prepared for Dante Charades

  • If we have time…

    • You will act out a punishment or sin and the group will have to guess which level they are witnessing

    • Students may work with partners

    • The team that guesses correctly will receive extra points.


Thursday silent independent read

Thursday – Silent Independent Read

While reading, consider the punishments present and mentally prepare/plan for your potential charades.


Dante charades

Dante Charades!

  • You will be called up one pair at a time, and assigned a sin or punishment.

  • You will have 2 min. to act out your charade.

  • The first group to answer which LEVEL we’re witnessing correctly gets the point AS WELL AS the group that acted so precisely.


End 11 7 2013

END – 11.7.2013

How is the punishment of the selfish and the squanderers OR the wrathful appropriate for their sins? Explain in extreme detail.


Agenda ssr book pocket dictionary

Read over your OER essay and compare it to the rubric in which it was scored. Complete the graphic organizer attached. What would you do differently? What was your area of strength? What was your area of weakness?

  • Agenda

  • SSR Book

  • Pocket Dictionary

  • Post-Its

Dante’s Inferno

AoW9

Your Desk


Unit 3 religion day 50

Greeter

  • SWBAT compare the earthly self with the hellish self as demonstrated by Dante’s poem.

Big Idea

Unit 3 – ReligionDay 50

“We are each our own devil, and we make this world our hell.” ~ Oscar Wilde

“…people can be made to see paradise as hell, and also the other way round, to consider the most wretched sort of life as paradise.” ~ Adolf Hitler

HW

REL 503 - Identify clear relationships between characters, ideas, and so on in more challenging literary narratives

  • AoW9: Mexico Plans to Tackle Obesity with Sin Taxes – Due Friday 11.9.2013

  • ReReadCantos X - XIII w/guiding questions

  • Make sure to bring your text, pocket dictionaries & post-its every day.


Oer pairing

OER Pairing

  • Divide your white boards into two columns like so…

  • Write your biggest strength in one box and your greatest weakness in the other.

  • Stand and find a partner that has a strength AND weakness different from yours to share your essays and your strategies.


Results trends observations

Results / Trends & Observations?


Back to durante degli

Back to Durante Degli…

  • We will read Dante for the REMAINDER of class

  • Today’s Type of Reading is Student Choice: Independent, Paired, Teacher, or Comfort Read

  • Guiding Thought for Today’s Reading:

    • What levels of hell are present? What sins are present? Who do we encounter?

    • The answers should show through your “post-it” annotations


Agenda ssr book pocket dictionary

Obed

Marcela

Manuel

Ernesto

Abel

Katelynn

Jessica

Billy

Jennifer

Janet

Jeffrey

Christian

Karen

Rutilio

Leonardo

Miguel

Esther

Amanda

Darryl

Alma

Edwin

Cynthia

Roberto

Jazmina

Jesus

Adrian

Right to Swap

Jocelyn

Josh

Gizelle

Justin

Do Not Sit

Jerry

Do Not Sit


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