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Hook housekeeping homework monday

Hook, Housekeeping & HomeworkMonday

Truth is stranger than fiction: 2 Truths, 1 Lie

Which one is the lie about?

Homework: If you have not already done so,

  • finish your modern fiction creative imitation for tomorrow


Past present future monday

Past, Present, FutureMonday

  • Creative fiction writing time (many printed sheets left in the lab)

  • Counseling Presentation

  • Peer feedback


Hook housekeeping homework tuesday

Hook, Housekeeping & HomeworkTuesday

Truth is stranger than fiction: 2 Truths, 1 Lie

Which one is the lie about Dante Groover?

  • I can play guitar.

  • I have been to Spain and France.

  • I love sky diving.

    Questions Answered:

    Quarter 1: What is Modern Fiction? Short Stories Analysis

    Summative – approximately 65% - 70%

  • Standard 3 - creative writing that mimics a modernist short story with an analytical explanation of how it incorporates modernist characteristics and themes (advanced – to what social or historical influence does you writing react)

  • Standard 2 – response to reading modern fiction

    Formatives – approximately 30-35%

  • Oral Exp & Listening –Fishbowl Discussions

  • Reading – Elements of modern fiction & journal responses per story

  • Writing – Creative fiction imitation

  • Research & Reasoning – Peer editing


Past present future tuesday

Past, Present, FutureTuesday

  • Counseling Presentation

  • Peer feedback

  • New story!


What is modern fiction short stories tuesday

What is Modern Fiction? Short StoriesTuesday

Standard(s) 3. Writing and Composition

1. Style, detail, expressive language, and genre create a well-crafted statement directed at an intended audience and purpose

Objective: you will be able to critique your writing and the writing of others for revision

Relevance: By interpreting text complex texts, providing evidence, and communicating ideas, we are practicing the skills need in any workplace or postsecondary setting. By reading modern fiction, we examine aspects of ourselves and others and how social and historical events impact the way in which we communicate.

Essential Question: What is modern fiction?

  • How does your short story reflect the the characteristics and themes of modern fiction?


Instruction obtain you do tuesday

Instruction: Obtain You DoTuesday

Purpose/Objective:

  • to read another student’s work and provide feedback as well as receive feedback on your own work

    Tasks:

  • Read and provide written feedback to a peer based on the following:

  • the elements of modern fiction

  • the assessment criteria

  • as well as Standard Modern English (capitalization, punctuation, spelling, etc.)

    Outcome/DOL:

  • Ideas for how to improve upon your modernist writing


Activities develop apply we do you do tuesday

Activities: Develop & ApplyWe Do – You DoTuesday

Purpose/Objective: to read another student’s work and provide feedback as well as receive feedback on your own work

Tasks:

  • After reading a peer’s writing and providing written feedback, meet with your peer

  • Share and discuss ideas for revision, questions, concerns; see Ms. D for additional advice

  • If time allows, begin making adjustments to writing

    Outcome/DOL:

  • Ideas for how to improve upon your modernist writing


What is modern fiction short stories tuesday1

What is Modern Fiction? Short StoriesTuesday

Standard(s) 3. Writing and Composition

1. Style, detail, expressive language, and genre create a well-crafted statement directed at an intended audience and purpose

Objective: you will be able to critique your writing and the writing of others for revision

Relevance: By interpreting text complex texts, providing evidence, and communicating ideas, we are practicing the skills need in any workplace or postsecondary setting. By reading modern fiction, we examine aspects of ourselves and others and how social and historical events impact the way in which we communicate.

Essential Question: What is modern fiction?

  • How does your short stories reflect the the characteristics and themes of modern fiction?

    DOL Reflection: What did you learn today from your peer about your own writing? What was helpful about looking at another peer’s assignment and speaking with a peer?

    Homework: Re-work creative modern fiction assignment based on peer feedback; turn it in the next school day!


Formative self assessment be honest

Formative Self Assessment(Be Honest!)

Story 1: “Ordeal by Cheque”

How well have you done for this first formative unit?

5 outstanding, 4 acceptable, 3 some good/some bad, 2 needs a lot of work, 1 barely showed up, 0 nothing

  • Oral Expression & Listening –Fishbowl Discussion, meaningful participation

  • Reading – Read story, took notes & completed 3 journal responses + a personal reaction

  • Writing – Creative fiction imitation, on-time & complete

  • Research & Reasoning – Peer editing, had story for feedback AND provided meaningful feedback

    _____ Total (out of 20)

    Turn this in!


Hook housekeeping homework thursday

Hook, Housekeeping & HomeworkThursday

Truth is stranger than fiction: 2 Truths, 1 Lie

Which one is the lie about Emily?

  • I have competed in rodeos several times in my life.

  • I am a military kid and have lived in at least 18 different states.

  • I work with brain injury clients and am currently a rehab facilitator.

    Questions Answered: Grading Scale

    90-100 A

    80-89 B

    70-79 C

    60-69 D

    59 – 0 F


Past present future thursday

Past, Present, FutureThursday

  • Peer feedback

  • Self Assessment Story 1

  • New stories! Read and respond to “A Cat in the Rain” AND “Little Things”

  • Continue analysis of “A Cat in the Rain” AND “Little Things”


What is modern fiction short stories thursday

What is Modern Fiction? Short StoriesThursday

Standard(s) 2. Reading for All Purposes

1. Literary criticism of complex texts requires the use of analysis, interpretive, and evaluative strategies

Objective: you will be able

  • To read and respond to a work of modern fiction

  • To evaluate how an author’s use of literary techniques (such as imagery, mood, tone, symbolism, irony, extended metaphor, hyperbole, stream of consciousness, minimalism, text/plot structure, characters & narrative perspective) impact meaning and create theme.

    Relevance: By interpreting text complex texts, providing evidence, and communicating ideas, we are practicing the skills need in any workplace or postsecondary setting. By reading modern fiction, we examine aspects of ourselves and others and how social and historical events impact the way in which we communicate.

    Essential Question: What is modern fiction?

    • How do these short stories reflect the characteristics and themes of modern fiction?


Instruction obtain i do you do thursday

Instruction: Obtain I Do - You DoThursday

Purpose/Objective: to read, react, and analyze specific details in “Little Things” to create meaning

Tasks:

  • Read “Little Things” by Raymond Carver aloud

  • Follow the format for your second reading journal entry

  • Making sure to create at least 3 entries in your reading journal. Consider: How is this story different than the fiction you typically have read?

    Outcome/DOL: analysis of the modernist literary techniques used in “Little Things” in preparation for discussion


Activities develop apply you do thursday

Activities: Develop & ApplyYou DoThursday

Purpose/Objective: to read, react, and analyze specific details in “Cat in the Rain” to create meaning

Tasks:

  • Read “Cat in the Rain” by Ernest Hemingway aloud

  • Follow the format for your second reading journal entry

  • Making sure to create at least 3 entries in your reading journal. Consider: How is this story different than the fiction you typically have read?

    Outcome/DOL: analysis of the modernist literary techniques used in “Cat in the Rain” in preparation for discussion


Activities develop apply we do thursday

Activities: Develop & ApplyWe DoThursday

Demonstration of Learning: Fishbowl Discussion

  • What are your initial reactions to the story?

  • How does the story follow (or not) the typical arc for a short story?

  • How is this story different than the fiction you typically have read?

  • What are the characteristics of this story?

  • What does the dialogue reveal about the characters?

  • How does the narrator’s voice compare/contrast with the dialogue?

  • Symbolism – What does the baby represent? The cat?

  • How do the story’s sight & sound images function?

  • If “Little Things” represents a movement or style with Modern Fiction, what would you say it is? “Cat in the Rain”?

  • How are they similar AND different?


What is modern fiction short stories thursday1

What is Modern Fiction? Short StoriesThursday

Standard(s) 2. Reading for All Purposes

1. Literary criticism of complex texts requires the use of analysis, interpretive, and evaluative strategies

Objective: you will be able

  • To read and respond to a work of modern fiction

  • To evaluate how an author’s use of literary techniques (such as imagery, mood, tone, symbolism, irony, extended metaphor, hyperbole, stream of consciousness, minimalism, text/plot structure, characters & narrative perspective) impact meaning and create theme.

    Relevance: By interpreting text complex texts, providing evidence, and communicating ideas, we are practicing the skills need in any workplace or postsecondary setting. By reading modern fiction, we examine aspects of ourselves and others and how social and historical events impact the way in which we communicate.

    Essential Question: What is modern fiction?

    • How do these short stories reflect the characteristics and themes of modern fiction?


Hook housekeeping homework friday

Hook, Housekeeping & HomeworkFriday

Truth is stranger than fiction.

What truths have you learned about your classmates?

HOMEWORK:

YOU WILL BE WRITING A SHORT STORY ON MONDAY THAT MIMICS THE ONES READ TODAY.

PLAN AHEAD; IT’S DUE TUESDAY!


Past present future friday

Past, Present, FutureFriday

  • New stories! Read, respond, and discuss to “A Cat in the Rain” AND “Little Things”

  • Continue analysis of “A Cat in the Rain” AND “Little Things”

  • Creative Modern Fiction Imitation (due Tuesday)


What is modern fiction short stories friday

What is Modern Fiction? Short Stories Friday

Standard(s) 2. Reading for All Purposes

1. Literary criticism of complex texts requires the use of analysis, interpretive, and evaluative strategies

Objectives: you will be able

  • To describe and contrast characteristics of a modernist writing

  • To evaluate how an author’s work represents modern fiction

    Relevance: By interpreting text complex texts, providing evidence, and communicating ideas, we are practicing the skills need in any workplace or postsecondary setting. By reading modern fiction, we examine aspects of ourselves and others and how social and historical events impact the way in which we communicate.

    Essential Question: What is modern fiction?

    • How do these short stories reflect the characteristics and themes of modern fiction?


Instruction obtain i do we do friday

Instruction: Obtain I Do – We DoFriday

Ernest Hemingway

  • "Cat in the Rain" was written in the 1920s.

    Raymond Carver

  • "Little Things" written in the 1970s

  • his writing of Carver ushered in a new style called minimalism

  • regarded as very contemporary and is still popular today.

    We Do

  • lists the qualities you believe characterize the work of Carver

  • write their list of qualities on the large poster paper; be prepared to offer specific examples from the text to illustrate the qualities they have listed.

  • discuss the characteristics you have identified and share examples from the text

  • minimalist style (see the Basic Qualities of Minimalist Fiction)

  • “Less is more” and “Tell it like it is.”

  • compare this list of characteristics to those evident in Hemingway’s "Cat in the Rain."

  • compare the plot, setting, conflict, and themes of both stories

  • Both stories relate an unhappy moment in the lives of the two couples and this brief glimpse is likely indicative of a larger problem in both relationships.


Hemingway s well known concept of the iceberg structure

Hemingway’s well-known concept of the iceberg structure:

  • “If a writer of prose knows enough about what he is writing about he may omit things that he knows and the reader, if the writing is writing truly enough, will have a feeling of those things as strongly as though the writer had stated them. The dignity of movement of an iceberg is due to only one-eighth of it being above water.”Death in the Afternoon (Scriber’s, 1932), p. 192.


Social historical influences

Social/Historical Influences

We Do

  • Imagine why the minimalist style might have developed in the 1970s and remained popular in contemporary times.

  • Look at your Social/Historical Closed Notes on Modern Fiction

  • Compare these to Reasons for the Development and Continued Popularity of Minimalism

  • that writers are also influenced by the styles of their literary predecessors

  • Early minimalists of the 1970s (a group that includes Raymond Carver, Ann Beattie, Grace Paley, and Mary Robison) had a strong influence on another generation of writers, the “Brat Pack” of the 1980s (a name coined by the media for a group of young writers that includes Jay McInerney, Susan Minot, Lorrie Moore, Peter Cameron, and Tama Janowitz).


What is modern fiction short stories friday1

What is Modern Fiction? Short Stories Friday

Standard(s) 2. Reading for All Purposes

1. Literary criticism of complex texts requires the use of analysis, interpretive, and evaluative strategies

Objectives: you will be able

  • To describe and contrast characteristics of a modernist writing

  • To evaluate how an author’s work represents modern fiction

    Relevance: By interpreting text complex texts, providing evidence, and communicating ideas, we are practicing the skills need in any workplace or postsecondary setting. By reading modern fiction, we examine aspects of ourselves and others and how social and historical events impact the way in which we communicate.

    Essential Question: What is modern fiction?

    • How do these short stories reflect the characteristics and themes of modern fiction?

      Demonstration of Learning (DOL)

  • Return to you Reader Response Journal Entries – look for and reflect in writing on minimalism

    HOMEWORK: YOU WILL BE WRITING A SHORT STORY ON MONDAY THAT MIMICS THE ONES READ TODAY. PLAN AHEAD; IT’S DUE TUESDAY!


12 th standards

12th Standards

1. Oral Expression and Listening

1. Effective speaking in formal and informal settings requires appropriate use of methods and audience awareness

2. Effective collaborative groups accomplish goals

2. Reading for All Purposes

1. Literary criticism of complex texts requires the use of analysis, interpretive, and evaluative strategies

2. Interpreting and evaluating complex informational texts require the understanding of rhetoric, critical reading, and analysis skills

3. Writing and Composition

1. Style, detail, expressive language, and genre create a well-crafted statement directed at an intended audience and purpose

2. Ideas, evidence, structure, and style create persuasive, academic, and technical texts for particular audiences and specific purposes

3. Standard English conventions effectively communicate to targeted audiences and purposes

4. Research and Reasoning

1. Independent research designs articulate and defend information, conclusions, and solutions that address specific contexts and purposes

2. Logical arguments distinguish facts from opinions; and evidence defines reasoned judgment


Minimalism schedule

Minimalism Schedule

Thurs

  • Read and reader response

  • Fishbowl – initial reactions to story

    Fri

  • Then move into compare/contrast Venn diagram and intro minimalism etc.

  • Return to reader response – look for minimalism

    Mon

  • Practice writing

    Tues

  • Peer editing


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