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Campolmi. English 3. Blocks 3 and 4. Week of 9.3. 9.3 Journal #4. Do you know what “mob rule” means? If people know something to be false, then why do they follow others? Have you ever gone along with something that you knew was wrong or false? Why did you do that? NameJournal #

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Campolmi english 3 blocks 3 and 4

Campolmi. English 3. Blocks 3 and 4.

Week of 9.3


9 3 journal 4

9.3 Journal #4

  • Do you know what “mob rule” means?

  • If people know something to be false, then why do they follow others?

  • Have you ever gone along with something that you knew was wrong or false? Why did you do that?

  • NameJournal #

  • DateEnglish 3


What s a tpcastt

What’s a TPCASTT?

TITLE: Consider the title and make a prediction about what the poem is about

PARAPHRASE: Translate the poem line by line into your own words on a literal level.

CONNOTATION: Examine the poem for meaning beyond the literal. Look for figurative language, imag- ery, and sound elements.

ATTITUDE/TONE: Notice the speaker’s tone and attitude. Humor? Sarcasm? Awe?


Tpcastt cont

TPCASTT cont.

SHIFTS: Note any shifts or changes in speaker or attitude. Look for key words, time change, punctuation.

TITLE: Examine the title again, this time on an interpretive level

THEME: Briefly state in your own words what the poem is about (subject), then what the poet is saying about the subject (theme).


Campolmi english 3 blocks 3 and 4

TITLE:


Paraphrase

Paraphrase

In silent night when rest I took

For sorrow near I did not look

I wakened was with thundering noise

And piteous shrieks of dreadful voice.

The fearful sound of “Fire!” and “Fire!”

Let no man know is my desire.


Campolmi english 3 blocks 3 and 4

I, starting up, the light did spy

And to my God my heart did cry

To strengthen me in my distress

And not to leave me succorless.

Then, coming out, beheld a space

The flame consume my dwelling place.


Connotation attitude

Connotation/Attitude

I, starting up, the light did spy

And to my God my heart did cry

To strengthen me in my distress

And not leave me succorless.

Then, coming out, beheld a space

The flame consume my dwelling place


Upon the burning of our house p 118 anne bradstreet

Upon the Burning of Our House P.118Anne Bradstreet

  • Popcorn style reading

  • Questions to think about:

    • 1.) What vivid memories does the speaker have of the house that has been destroyed?

    • 2.) What events had the speaker hoped to experience in that house?

    • 3.) How does the speaker envision the house that will be hers after death?


Tpcastt groups

TPCASTT Groups

You will be divided into groups of 6

3 groups will read Anne Bradstreet’s To My Dead and Loving Husband (P. 116)

3 groups will read Edward Taylor’s Huswifery (P. 120)

You will have 13 minutes to create a TPCASTT for your poem

TPCASTT = title, paraphrase, connotation, attitude, shifts, title, theme


Crucible characters

Crucible characters

  • Rev. Parris: “Little good to be said for him.” Spineless. Doesn’t really understand or like kids.

  • Tituba: Parris’ slave.

  • Abigail: a main character. Parris’ niece. Main accuser during trials.

  • John Proctor: main character. Had affair with Abigail.

  • Mrs. Putnam: 1 of 8 children survive.


Characters

Characters

  • Elizabeth Proctor: Cold. Knows about husband’s affair.

  • Thomas Putnam: Wealthy. Holds grudges (particularly when money is involved).

  • Giles Corey/Martha Corey: farmers. Not rich. Contentious but honest.

  • Rebecca Nurse: honest, good woman.

  • Rev. Hale: brought into town to find witches. Honest and good man.


9 4 journal 5

9.4 Journal #5

  • The Puritans were very superstitious.

  • We can see that with Abigail (she drinks blood to put a curse on Goody Proctor) and Goody Putnam (she believes she’s been cursed and that’s why so many of her children have died).

  • What are some things about which you are superstitious?

  • Or are you totally not superstitious in any way?

  • Can superstitions be good or bad?


Connotation

Connotation

  • “To My Dear and Loving Husband” p. 116

  • I prize thy love more than whole mines of gold. (Line 5)

  • My love is such that rivers cannot quench. (Line 7)


Attitude tone

Attitude/Tone

  • If ever two were one . . .

  • If ever man were loved by wife . . .

  • If ever wife was happy . . .


Shift

Shift

  • Look at these three lines:

  • Thy love is such I can no way repay

  • The heavens reward thee manifold, I pray.

  • Then while we live, in love let’s so persevere.


Theme

Theme


Connotation1

Connotation

  • “Huswifery” p. 120

  • Lines 1-6

  • Make me . . . Your complete spinning wheel.

  • Your holy word will be the distaff (that holds the thread steady)

  • My affections (emotions/desire to be holy) will be the flyers that twist the fiber.

  • Etc.

  • These are all metaphors, and it’s one extended metaphor. It continues in the next stanza (where the fabric is completed and dyed).


Attitude

Attitude

  • How does the speaker feel toward God?

  • Then my clothes shall be displayed before you and those holy robes that were made are for your glory.


Shift1

Shift?

  • Maybe.

  • The first two stanzas are about making the fabric and the clothes.

  • What’s the last stanza about?


Theme1

Theme.


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