Week Three. English II Honors 9-6-2011 through 9-9-2011. September 6, 2011 Bell Assignment. Take out your WORDLE and FAMILY INTERVIEW assignments. Have them on your DESK. Group Share.
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English II Honors
9-6-2011 through 9-9-2011
TEN YEARS FROM NOW…
Level 1 – Most important event in the plot, Characters’ names, Descriptions, Who’s the villain!?, Setting, Events
FACTS – actually FIND and SEE in the text
Level 2 – How, “feel,” Vocabulary, Moral/Theme
Use the FACTS to draw conclusions
Level 3 – Explain, Paraphrasing, WHY, Purpose, Literary terms, Themes, Allusions
Looking at the text in the LARGER context of other stories, humanity
Level 1 – Sequence of Events, Definition of a word, Specific details about characters, True/False, Who is the main character, Who is the author, What is the setting (where/when)
FACTS that are actually written in the story
Level 2 – Compare/Contrast, Author’s purpose, “How“ questions, Theme,
Use FACTS to draw conclusions
Level 3 - Why (Reflection), Literary Terms/Allusions (connections to OTHER texts or events other themes), Identifying patterns and explaining, Explaining conflict, Really analyzing characters (motivations)
Using information from the text itself to make LARGER SCALE conclusions
Level 1 – What is the main character’s name? How did the story end? Where did it take place? What was it about? What color was the character’s hair?
FACTS – identify IN the text itself
Level 2 – What lesson did this story teach? Why did a character do something? How did something happen? How did the main character grow?
Use the FACTS to make conclusions
Level 3 – Compare/contrast, inferring, Explaining; Why (cause/effect); Text in context of the world
Using a broader vision (text and everything that surrounds it)
Level 1 – definition, actually in the text, setting, who is the main character, what’s the main idea, when did it take place, what happened in the plot
FACTS – Recall from what you’ve read
Level 2 – what kind of characteristics did this main character have, why something happened, literary terms/elements: examples
FACTS – USE them to draw conclusions
Level 3 – analysis using prior knowledge, looking for implications, symbols, themes, mood, tone, author’s purpose, intended audience
APPLYING those facts to LARGER issues
DUE: MONDAY, Sept. 12
Reader Response Questions: