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PowerPoint Slides September 12-16th. English III. New Opening Task. For the next few weeks, we will have do vocabulary words instead of Mug Shots. Your task is once you have arrived to class you will do the following for your daily word in your word log:

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New opening task
New Opening Task

  • For the next few weeks, we will have do vocabulary words instead of Mug Shots.

    • Your task is once you have arrived to class you will do the following for your daily word in your word log:

      • Define the word. (Dictionaries are under the desks.)

      • Create a sentence.

      • Figure out part of speech.

      • Find a word opposite.

    • We will then go over the word as a class.

    • I will take volunteers to approach the board to give their examples.

    • There will be weekly checks, and biweekly quizzes.


September 12 2011 i can
September 12, 2011: I Can

  • I can find evidence within Section One of Song of Myself to support my analysis of what the text says and what I infer about the text.


The task
The Task

  • For our time with Song of Myself, we will work in Whitman Work Groups.

  • Each day you will have a different task you will complete in your group and then present to the class.

  • Each day you will report to regular assigned seat for instructions, and then you will go to your groups.


Whitman work group roles
Whitman Work Group Roles

  • Roles (People May Have Two Roles)

    • Scribe- Records group ideas.

    • Artist- Creates the presentation materials.

    • Speaker- Introduces the group.

    • Reader-Lines from poem and interpretation.

    • Leader-Keeps the group on task and focused.

      • During your group work times, I will walk around the room making sure you are working. You will receive daily discussion points if I walk by your group and you’re on task. If not, well you know what happens.


Before meeting in groups
Before Meeting In Groups

  • Turn to page 400, follow along as I read Section One.


Today s task
Today’s Task

  • Your groups will be responsible for interpreting a set of lines from Section One.

  • Your interpretation will include the following:

    • An interpretation of the lines deciding on a meaning of your portion.

    • Words or phrases that support your conclusions about your lines.

    • How do these lines relate to your life?


Before we break
Before We Break

  • “I CELEBRATE myself, and sing myself, And what I assume you shall assume.”

    • What do these lines mean?

    • What words tell you their meaning?

    • How would these relate to your life?


Group assignments
Group Assignments

  • Group One: Line 3

  • Group Two: Lines 4 and 5

  • Group Three: Line 6

  • Group Four: Line 7

  • Group Five: Lines 8 and 9

  • Group Six: Lines 10 and 11


Today s task1
Today’s Task

  • Your groups will be responsible for interpreting a set of lines from Section One.

  • Your group will present their interpretations.

  • Your interpretation presentations will include the following:

    • An interpretation their lines deciding on a meaning of your portion.

    • Words or phrases that support your conclusions.

    • How do these lines relate to your life?


Exit slip
Exit Slip

  • Interpret the following lines: “I harbor for good or bad, I permit to speak at every hazard,/Nature without check with original energy.”

    • What is the meaning?

    • What words or phrases support your conclusion about the meaning?


September 13 2011 i can
September 13, 2011: I Can

  • I can find evidence within Section One of Song of Myself to support my analysis of what the text says and what I infer about the text.


Today
Today

  • I want to review yesterday.

  • Go over a procedure.

  • Then see the presentations.


Yesterday s exit slip
Yesterday’s Exit Slip

  • Interpret the following lines: “I harbor for good or bad, I permit to speak at every hazard,/Nature without check with original energy.”

    • What is the meaning?

    • What words or phrases support your conclusion about the meaning?


Meaning for first part
Meaning for first part

  • A lot of you said, I speak about the good and the bad.

  • A lot of you used the words harbor, good, or bad.


Second part for those who attempted it
Second part for those who attempted it.

  • That nature continues growing without our help.

  • Words I saw: original energy and without check.


Group work expectations
Group Work Expectations

  • While working in groups, I expect the following:

    • On task conversations.

    • Everyone participating.

    • Quiet conversations.

      • Why is this last one so important.


Group time
Group Time

  • I want you to take 4 minutes and meet with your groups real quick to do some last minute things.

  • We will go in order.


September 14 th 2011 i can
September 14th, 2011: I Can

  • I can identify and explain the meaning of a metaphor used within Section Six of Song of Myself.


After school
After School

  • I will be staying after to school today.

  • You can use this time to catch up on work or get help with a topic confusing you.

  • I will offer these services every Wednesday.

    • 3:15-4:00 or later if needed.


Friday
Friday

  • First word log check

  • Bring Independent Reading Books

  • If you have changed books meet with me about your new book.


H u s h
H.U.S.H?

  • Hand

  • Up

  • Stop

  • and HUSH


Review what is a metaphor
Review: What is a Metaphor?

  • Metaphor is the comparison of two things that have something in common.

    • Example: “He was eager to help but his legs were rubber.”

      • What is being compared?

      • What is the effect of this comparison?


Before we break1
Before We Break

  • Turn to page 401, I will read and you will follow along as a I read.


Group assignments1
Group Assignments

  • Group One: Lines 14-19

  • Group Two: Lines 20-24

  • Group Three Lines 25-30

  • Group Four Lines 31-35

  • Group Five Lines 36-39

  • Group Six Lines 40-45


The task1
The Task

  • Today, your group is responsible for the following in your lines of Section Six:

    • Reading of the lines you are responsible for analyzing.

    • Identifying the metaphor in your section of Song of Myself.

    • Explaining what the metaphor says to the class and providing evidence from the text to support your explanation.


Exit slip1
Exit Slip

  • What is a metaphor you could use to explain your life?

    • The metaphor

    • Why did you choose it?


My metaphor
My Metaphor

  • Mr. Jamison has the patience and wisdom of Yoda.


September 15 th 2011 i can
September 15th, 2011: I Can

  • I can draw a conclusion about the character of Walt Whitman based on the lines of Section Fifty-Two and support my conclusion with lines from the text.


Friday1
Friday

  • First Word Log Check.

    • All five words are worth ten points.

  • Bring a no. 2 Pencil.

  • Bring your Independent Reading Book.

  • Check in with me about your book if you have changed.


Character traits
Character Traits

  • What are character traits?



Before we break2
Before We Break character traits?

  • Turn to page 403, follow along as I read today’s section.


How would i find character traits
How would I find character traits? character traits?

  • The spotted hawk swoops by and accuses me, he complains of my gab and my loitering.

    • What character trait are we seeing of Whitman?

    • What words or phrases show support our conclusions?


Group assignments2
Group Assignments character traits?

  • Group One: Lines 47 and 48

  • Group Two: Lines 49-51

  • Group Three: Lines 52-53

  • Group Four: Lines 54-55

  • Group Five: Lines 56-58

  • Group Six: Lines 59-61


The task2
The Task character traits?

  • Today your group will do the following for Section Fifty-Two:

    • Reading of the section you are responsible for analyzing.

    • Identifying the character trait of Whitman you concluded on based on your reading of your lines.

    • Sharing the words or phrases that helped you come to this conclusion about Whitman.

    • Draw a picture of Walt Whitman based on your lines.


Exit slip2
Exit Slip character traits?

  • What character traits would you use to explain yourself to someone?

    • List of four character traits.

    • Why you choose those traits.


September 15 th 2011 i can1
September 15 character traits? th, 2011: I Can

  • I can write a poem about myself using telling details, sensory language, and vivid pictures to tell who I am and my experiences.


Song of yourself
Song of Yourself character traits?

  • Review of group work with “Song of Myself.”

    • How does Whitman introduce his origin?

    • How does Whitman use Metaphor in “Song of Myself?”

    • What vivid pictures do we see in this poem?

    • Are there other devices we have not covered?


How would your song sound
How would your song sound? character traits?

  • You will now write section similar to Whitman’s celebrating their self.

    • Daily Assignment 30 Points

      • 5 points: Section includes writer’s origins

      • 10 points: Section gives an idea of who the writer is now.

      • 15 points: Section utilizes two poetic devices common to Whitman: metaphor, repetition, parallelism, or imagery.


Exit character traits?

  • How did your song sound?

  • Students will share their songs.


September 16 th 2011 i can
September 16 character traits? th, 2011: I Can

  • I can find and explain words, phrases, or lines that create a mood in Robert Frost’s “Acquainted with the Night.”


What is mood
What is mood? character traits?

  • Mood is the feeling or atmosphere that a writer creates for the reader.

    • This can be created with the following:

      • Connotation of words

      • Imagery

      • Figurative Language

      • Sound

      • Rhythm

      • Descriptive Details


Before we break3
Before We Break character traits?

  • Turn to page 1001, follow along as I read. Just absorb the words and think about how it makes you feel.


The task3
The Task character traits?

  • You will partner up with one to two people near you.

  • You will receive a mood card. In your groups you will look back at this poem and find lines that match your mood.

  • You will then approach the mood grid and explain how your mood was represented and why you choose those lines.


Exit slip3
Exit Slip character traits?

  • Use your mood card and create a brief description of a time when you were in that particular mood.


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