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English: Monday, March 17, 2014. Handouts: * None Homework: * In-class assignment—Read Lit book pp. 134 – 141 Then do p. 142, #1, #2 a) b) , #3, #4, #5 a) b), #6 a) b) [In other words, you should have 9 responses.] This assignment is due Friday , Mar. 21

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English monday march 17 2014

English: Monday, March 17, 2014

Handouts: * None

Homework: * In-class assignment—Read Lit book pp. 134 – 141 Then do p. 142, #1, #2 a) b) , #3, #4, #5 a) b), #6 a) b) [In other words, you should have 9 responses.]This assignment is due Friday, Mar. 21

Assignments due: * None


English monday march 17 2014

Lesson Goal: Students will learn about characterization and conflicts as they read “Ta-Na-E-Ka” (Lit book pp. 134 – 141).

Outcomes: Be able to . . .

Name and define two kinds of conflict that contrast each other.

Identify the internal and external conflicts in today’s story.

Explain how heritage or tradition played a key role in the conflict that drove today’s story.

Define these terms: loftiest, shrewdest, grimaced, gorging, audacity.

Describe “heritage” and identify traditions that are part of your family’s heritage.


English monday march 17 2014

Starter: Does every story have a conflict?

YES! If you don’t have a conflict, you don’t have a story.

Conflicts are what drive the story.

What are the key types of conflict in stories? That is, if you combined ALL conflicts into just two categories, what would those two types of conflict be?

Internal Conflict

Person vs. Self

External Conflict

Person vs. Person

Person vs. Nature

Open your Lit book to page 134.

[Students will read this selection independently.]