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HOMEWORK STRIKE SYSTEM IN EFFECT: COMPOSITION NOTEBOOK OUT BEFORE BELL. Friday October 3rd , 2008. Objective(s): Identify organizational patterns and instances of numerology by engaging in class discussion.

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Friday october 3rd 2008

HOMEWORK STRIKE SYSTEM IN EFFECT:

COMPOSITION NOTEBOOK OUT BEFORE BELL

FridayOctober 3rd, 2008

Objective(s):

  • Identify organizational patterns and instances of numerology by engaging in class discussion.

  • Apply notes on irony by evaluating “Ironic” and scenes from “Monty Python” by writing in composition notebook.

Agenda

SHEET OF PAPER: POP QUIZ #5

SSR (25-30 min)

PP: Additional Organizational Patterns

PP: Fun things about author’s purpose

“Chekhov’s Gun”

Numerology

Irony

“Ironic” by Alanis Morissette

Selected scenes dealing with Irony from “Monty Python and the Holy Grail.”


Pop quiz 5

POP QUIZ #5

NO NOTES

  • LABEL YOUR POP QUIZ

  • “UPSIDE DOWN UMBRELLA”


Pop quiz 51

POP QUIZ #5

NO NOTES

Q1: What does a GOLDEN TICKET do? How do you get one?


Pop quiz 52

POP QUIZ #5

NO NOTES

Q2: How is main idea like an upside down umbrella?


Pop quiz 53

POP QUIZ #5

NO NOTES

Q3: Explain what CHRONOLOGICAL order is!


Pop quiz 54

POP QUIZ #5

NO NOTES

Q4: What does a descriptive organizational pattern use?


Pop quiz 55

POP QUIZ #5

NO NOTES

Q5: What is a utopia?


Pop quiz 56

POP QUIZ #5

NO NOTES

Q6: What is a dystopia?


Additional organizational patterns

Additional Organizational Patterns

NO NOTES

  • Flashback

  • Foreshadowing

  • Inverted Pyramid


Additional organizational patterns1

Additional Organizational Patterns

TAKE NOTES

  • Flashback: the author goes back in time to show earlier events.

  • “That one time when…”

  • “When I was younger…”


Additional organizational patterns2

Additional Organizational Patterns

TAKE NOTES

  • Foreshadowing: the author gives SUBTLE hints on what will happen later in the story.


Additional organizational patterns3

Additional Organizational Patterns

TAKE NOTES

  • Foreshadowing example:

    • STAR WARS: EPISODE II (CLONE WARS)

    • Obi-Wan: Anakin, why do I get the feeling that you will be the death of me?”

    • STAR WARS: EPISODE IV (A NEW HOPE)

    • Obi-Wan is killed by Anakin (Darth Vader).


Additional organizational patterns4

Additional Organizational Patterns

TAKE NOTES

  • Inverted Pyramid: How information is arranged in a news story; the most important news is on the first line, with less important information at the bottom.


Fun things about author s purpose

Fun things about Author’s Purpose

NO NOTES

  • The author purposely chooses everything—from hair color, to personality, even down to the tiny things you would never notice…unless I told you about them 


Fun things about author s purpose1

Fun things about Author’s Purpose

TAKE NOTES

  • Chekhov’s Gun: an object/character in the story is introduced, but appears to have no purpose until later on.

  • EX: Scabbers from Harry Potter

  • EX: The Staff of Isis from The Mummy Returns


Additional organizational patterns5

Additional Organizational Patterns

TAKE NOTES

  • Deus Ex Machina:

    • Something/someone comes in at the end and resolves all conflicts.


Fun things about author s purpose2

Fun things about Author’s Purpose

TAKE NOTES

  • Numerology: the study of numbers


Fun things about author s purpose3

Fun things about Author’s Purpose

TAKE NOTES

  • Numerology: the study of numbers

  • Significant numbers:

    • 3: number of completion

    • 7: the holiest number

    • 9: the number of “levels” in Hell.

    • 13: the unlucky number

    • 23: 2/3 = .666

    • 666: the mark of Satan/the Devil


Fun things about author s purpose4

Fun things about Author’s Purpose

TAKE NOTES

  • Irony: when expectation is different than reality.

    • Expectation: what you THINK will happen.

    • Reality: what actually happens

  • Irony can be comical or sad!


Ironic

“Ironic”

NO NOTES

  • We’ll be listening to the song “Ironic” and watching the lyrics.

  • At the end, I will give you 5 minutes to identify as many ironic things in the song as you can find.


Monty python

“Monty Python”

NO NOTES

  • As said before, irony can be comical, as well as sad.

  • We’re going to take a look at some clips from Monty Python and the Holy Grail.

  • When I pause the movie, I want you to write down what you think will happen (expectation). Then we will continue watching to see how accurate your prediction will be.


Monty python1

“Monty Python”

NO NOTES

  • For each clip, write:

  • “EXPECTATION”: ____________________________________________________________________

  • WHY DO YOU THINK THIS WILL HAPPEN?

  • __________________________________


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