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WARM UP. Put your name on your Independent Reading Log and turn it into the box Get your SpringBoard book In the vocabulary section of your notebook, number a page 1 – 17, skip a line between each number.

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Warm up

WARM UP

  • Put your name on your Independent Reading Log and turn it into the box

  • Get your SpringBoard book

  • In the vocabulary section of your notebook, number a page 1 – 17, skip a line between each number.

  • Next to the #1, write the word that is assigned to you based on the number on your desk (words are on the board).

  • Turn to page 95 in your SpringBoard book and read the short passage titled “Catacombs and Carnival”

  • When you come across your word, use context clues to come up with a definition for the word. Write the definition next to the word in your notes and wait for further instruction.


Give get

GIVE & GET

  • Once everyone has their one word and definition, the teacher will signal for you to mix. When the teacher signals you to stop, you must find a partner and GIVE the partner your word and the definition. Once your partner writes down the word and definition, you will GET a new word and definition from your partner. You must have 17 different words in total.


Reading

Reading

  • Turn to page 96 in your SpringBoard book

  • Your annotation focus is IMAGERY & FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE – highlight or underline any details that appeal to the 5 senses; note which of the senses and its effect on the reader and meaning of the story.

  • STOP after you’ve read Chunk 3.


Things to consider

Things to Consider…

  • Chunks 1 – 3

    • Reread the first paragraph. What is the situation/conflict that Poe establishes for the characters?

    • What tactics does Montesor use to lure Fortunato?

    • Identify aspects of irony in the first half of the story.

    • In the first half of the story, what is the effect of the imagery?


Reading1

READING

  • Turn to page 101 in your SpringBoard book

  • Your annotation focus is still IMAGERY & FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE – highlight or underline any details that appeal to the 5 senses; note which of the senses and its effect on the reader and meaning of the story.


Things to consider1

THINGS TO CONSIDER…

  • Chunks 4 – 6

    • Although the story does not specifically illustrate his death, how does Montressor’s prisoner die?

    • Why does Montresor choose this punishment instead of just killing his “friend”?

    • Which two pieces of evidence suggest that Montresor committed the perfect crime?

    • To whom could Montresor be talking fifty years after the events of the story took place? For what reason is Montresor talking to this person?


Analysis question

Analysis Question

  • How does imagery contribute to the story’s mood?

    *You must reply in complete sentences on a separate sheet of paper. Use embedded text evidence to support your response and explain your reasoning in analysis.

    Claim – Evidence – Reasoning


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