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Homework study the literary terms and literary analysis handouts for the test

September 9, 2013Write the entire sentence and find the grammar or usage error or select E. The other delegates and him A Bimmediately accepted the resolution C drafted by the neutral states. No Error D E

Homework: Study the literary terms and literary analysis handouts for the test

Learning Target: I can work with a group to read and comment on literary analysis essays.


Terms to know for the test

Terms to Know for the test:

  • Imagery

  • Metaphor

  • Allusion

  • Symbolism

  • Point of view

  • Theme

  • Conflict

  • Characterization

  • Genre

  • Tone


Sat review

SAT Review

  • Tell your neighbor the definition of Loquacity and loquacious.

  • What is verisimilitude?

  • Today’s answer was ____ because . . .

  • Remind your neighbor that the Summer Assessment One Pager is due Tuesday, September 17th.

  • School Pics on Wednesday and Thursday


Sat subject verb agreement rule review

SAT Subject-Verb AgreementRule Review

  • If a sentence begins with there or here, the subject will be located after the verb.

  • Either/or and Neither/nor – the subject closer to the verb determines if the verb is singular or plural.

  • Don’t let prepositional phrases get in the way

    The man with the two dogsis walking down the street.


Sat subject verb agreement practice

SAT Subject – Verb Agreement Practice

  • Work as a team to select the sentences with mistakes in subject-verb agreement.


Writer s workshop editing

Writer’s Workshop: Editing

  • Read paper

  • You will begin as Editor #1. With each rotation, you will answer a new question. By the end of the workshop, you should have answered all four editing questions.

  • Make constructive comments

  • Sign your name by each comment that you make.


September 10 2013

September 10, 2013

The country found that its economy was growing

more stronger, with animproved outlook and more opportunities

for training and employment. No error

Learning Target: I can read and analyze a work of fiction in order to demonstrate my knowledge and understanding of literary analysis.

Homework: Work on the summer reading assessment one pager that is due on September 17th.

READ YOUR LIBRARY BOOK!

In the Writing Coach, read pages 421-435. Take notes on the rules. Complete the first 3 sentences in each exercise 17.1-17.J.


Please record answers on the scantron with a pencil

Please record answers on the scantron with a pencil.

Enjoy SSR time after you turn in your test.


September 11 2013

September 11, 2013

Frances Harper won fame not only for her poems opposing slavery and also for her lectures supporting women’s suffrage. No error

Learning Target: I can take a position on public shaming.

I can gain background knowledge for reading the Scarlet Letter.

Homework: Work on the summer reading assessment one pager that is due on September 17th.

READ YOUR LIBRARY BOOK!

In the Writing Coach, read pages 421-435. Take notes on the rules. Complete the first 3 sentences in each exercise 17.A-17.J.


Public shaming yay or nay

Public Shaming: Yay or Nay?

  • In groups, read the Judge Poe article.

  • Construct an argument for or against the punishments in the article based upon your assigned role.

  • In your groups, debate for or against these punishments.

  • Share: What arguments could you make for/against. Why?


The scarlet letter

The Scarlet Letter


Nathaniel hawthorne 1804 1864

Nathaniel Hawthorne 1804-1864

  • The Scarlet Letter is classified as a Gothic Romance.

  • Major Themes:

Sin, Repentance, Morality


Hawthorne

Hawthorne

  • Hawthorne was born in Salem, Massachusetts.

  • His ancestors were among the first Puritans to settle in New England.

  • Hawthorne’s great-great-grandfather was a judge in the 1692 Salem Witch Trials, and condemned some of the accused women to death—a fact that greatly shamed Nathaniel Hawthorne generations later.

  • Hawthorne’s family history provides the theme for some of his major literary works including The Scarlet Letter.


Time place

Time & Place

  • Boston in the mid-1600s was colonized based upon the Puritan way of thinking—it was intended by its founders to be an ideal Christian community.


Puritan society

Puritan Society

  • Puritans rejected the belief that divine authority is channeled through any one particular person, such as the king or the pope.

  • Puritans believed that people had the power to receive spiritual enlightenment directly from the teachings of the Bible.

  • Puritans believed in predestination—God had already chosen who would go to Heaven, but people did not know, so they were all expected to live a “pure” life.


Portrait of a puritan woman

Portrait of a Puritan Woman


Who are some current public figures who have been shunned

Who are some current public figures who have been shunned?


Book trailer

Book Trailer

http://vimeo.com/50359792


Wrap up

Wrap-Up

  • On a notecard, write two new things you learned today, and one question you still have about The Scarlet Letter.

In the Writing Coach, read pages 421-435. Take notes on the rules. Complete the first 3 sentences in each exercise 17.A-17.J. Due on Friday.


September 12 2013

September 12, 2013

Though the creator of the yo-yo was awarded a patent in 1866, the toy did not becomewidely available until 1928, when Pedro Flores opened the Yo-Yo Manufacturing Company. No error

Learning Target: I can read and understand an omniscient narrator.

Homework: Chapter 1 & 2 Guiding Questions; Begin Character Chart.

Grammar due tomorrow!

Don’t forget Summer Assessment One-Pager is due Tuesday, September 17th.


Reassessment

Reassessment

  • If you made below an 85 on the test

  • AND . . . You don’t have any zeros, you may take a 2nd version of the test on September 19th before or after school.

  • In addition, you must come in for a required tutorial in order to take the 2nd test.

  • You must also complete the intent to retest form.


Questions

Questions…

  • Will this book count for our 21 book challenge?

    YES!!

    The Scarlet Letter may count as your Classic Lit. book


Questions1

Questions…

  • How old is Hester Prynne? (Protagonist of The Scarlet Letter)

  • Why did Nathaniel Hawthorne write about adultery?

  • Is The Scarlet Letter difficult to understand? Does Hawthorne write in “old-timey” language?

  • Where does the story take place?

  • What religion were the people in the book?

  • What is the scarlet letter? Is it an actual letter?


Getting into the scarlet letter

Getting into The Scarlet Letter

  • What is an omniscient narrator?

  • Homework:

  • Guiding questions, chapters 1 & 2

  • Fill in character chart as each character is introduced.

  • GRAMMAR DUE TOMORROW!


September 13 2013

September 13, 2013

That the thieves were unable to sell the sculptures they had smuggled out of Sicily suggests that the market for stolen antiquities has shrunk. No Error

Learning Target: I can revise and edit an essay. I can write a polished final draft.

Homework:

Read Scarlet Letter through Chapter 4 and answer Guiding Questions.

Summer Assessment One Pager due on Tuesday, September 17th.


6 th period

6th Period…

Thank you for your participation and awesome behavior during my observation!

Gold Star!


Homework study the literary terms and literary analysis handouts for the test

Literary Analysis One-Pager Rubric

  • Unlined paper, takes up entire page, no larger than ½ of a standard poster board _______ /5

  • TWO quotations that are relevant to the analysis and are written in

  • ink/marker/colored pencil WITH PAGE NUMBERS _______ /15

  • Complete and Neat, Shows obvious signs of effort _______ /15

  • Effective color/black and white_______ /5

  • Personal Response and/or summary (-10 if student gives away ending) _______ /25

  • Literary Analysis Paragraph – answers prompt, organized, proven, etc. _______/25

  • Title of Book (underlined or italicized) & author included on page

  • (NOT italicized or underlined) _______/10

  • TOTAL _______ /100


Grammar

Grammar

  • Consistent Verb Tense & Using Verb

  • Practice – with a partner complete the grammar packet and take the practice exam at the back on your own sheet of paper.


Writing workshop final draft

Writing Workshop: Final Draft

  • You must write in 3rd person. This is an analytical paper. Your interpretation must be expressed as analysis.

  • Thesis: In the poem,“O Captain! My Captain!”, Whitman uses an extended metaphor between Abraham Lincoln and the captain of a ship.

  • Quote and commentary: Whitman references the ship as “weather’d” and he says, “the prize we sought is won”. The poet is comparing Lincoln’s fight to abolish slavery to the “weather’d ship” and he acknowledges Lincoln’s successful Emancipation Proclamation in the metaphor of the prize that was won.


Final draft

Final Draft

  • Introduction: Hook and a thesis statement.

  • Body Paragraphs: Think of each body paragraph as a mini-essay. You must have a topic sentence. Use transitions to introduce the text evidence and connect the thought to the commentary. The text evidence must be in quotation marks. The title of the poem must be in quotation marks.

  • Conclusion: Echo ideas from thesis—YOU MUST TALK ABOUT THE LITERARY ELEMENT THAT YOU HAVE ANALYZED. Write a memorable and impactful concluding statement.


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