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ICTW #15 25 September 2012. Heading :. Left hand side of the paper IN THIS ORDER: First and Last Name ICTW # Date (MLA format) Period. For example: Aaron Rogers ICTW #15 25 September 2012 Period 2/3/5/6. Art focus: Point of View .

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Ictw 15 25 september 2012

ICTW #15

25 September 2012


Heading

Heading:

Left hand side of the paper

IN THIS ORDER:

First and Last Name

ICTW #

Date (MLA format)

Period

For example:

Aaron Rogers

ICTW #15

25 September 2012

Period 2/3/5/6


Art focus point of view

Art focus: Point of View

These questions are on the handout. Please complete the writing in your notes based on the painting on the next slide.

  • Describe this painting in at least two sentences.

  • What do you think the relationship is between the characters? What do you see that makes you say that (evidence)?

  • How many different points of view are in the painting?

  • What viewpoints might not be so obvious?

  • What do you think is the artist’s point of view?

  • Choose two points of view in this painting.

    • Tell the story of this work of art from each point of view.

    • Imagine a dialogue between the characters.

  • How is the story different if told from each character’s point of view?


Ictw 15 25 september 2012

Edward Hopper (1882–1967) Two on the Aisle Oil on canvas, 1927


On tap

On tap:

  • ICTW: Art & Point of View

  • Activity

  • Mini-Lesson: Theme

  • “The Cask of Amontillado”

    • building schema


Activity

Activity

  • How does an author use details to convey the main idea of a text?

  • In your assigned groups:

    • Read the text provided.

    • Decide as a group with the main idea of the text is.

  • On the provided poster paper:

  • Write down the title and author (spelled correctly and title underlined)

  • 2. Write down the main idea of the story.

  • Come up with THREE specific details (quotes) from the text that show the main idea of the text.

    • These should be specific quotes (with quotation marks and page numbers).


Mini lesson theme

Mini-Lesson: THEME

  • Guided notes! YAY!


Theme

Theme

  • Main idea of a story OR the point an author wants to make.

  • The theme is not usually directly stated –the reader must infer (dig and think!) the theme of a text

  • Artists and authors use

    • details

    • character

    • point of view

    • setting

      to communicate a theme.


What is theme

What is Theme?

  • An insight about human life that is revealed in a literary work.

  • An underlying statement or idea that the writer wants to make about the subject of a literary work.


Ictw 15 25 september 2012

  • Which short story (that we’ve read as a class) matches this theme “statement?”

    • “Those who give of themselves are the wisest.”


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