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  1. Announcements & Agenda 3/25 Announcements • 1. Final essays (including final outline, works cited and rough draft) are due at end of class Thursday 27th • 2. If you did not turn in your bell-ringers, do so ASAP. • 3. Report cards go out on April 7th • 4. Bring textbook Friday. Agenda • Day one of finalizing essay • Manila folder: place in the following order: • Outline • Final draft with works cited • Rough draft with revising/editing checklist from peer.

  2. BR: Revising and Editing Writing 3/25 Find all mistakes 14 mistakes. When Congress put and end to the rolling of Easter eggs on the lawn of the capitol in 1878, president Rutherford B Hayes invites children to role there eggs on the White House lawn. Hayes and his wife, Lucy, starts a tradition that continue to day. Famous entertainers and performers attended the White House Easter Egg Roll each year At the end of the event, each child recieves a special wooden egg as a souvenir.

  3. Plan A: Announcements and Agenda 3/25 • Announcements • 1. Final essays and all parts are due at end of class today. • This includes: final outline, final draft with works cited, rough draft and revising/editing worksheets • 2. If you complete your work before the end of class, see me for our new vocabulary unit. Agenda 1. Last day of finalizing essays.

  4. BR: Revising and Editing Writing 3/26 Find all mistakes 14 mistakes. When Congress put and end to the rolling of Easter eggs on the lawn of the capitol in 1878, president Rutherford B Hayes invites children to role there eggs on the White House lawn. Hayes and his wife, Lucy, starts a tradition that continue to day. Famous entertainers and performers attended the White House Easter Egg Roll each year At the end of the event, each child recieves a special wooden egg as a souvenir.

  5. Plan B: Announcements & Agenda 3/25 • Announcements • 1. Your final essay and all parts are due at end of class on Thursday. • 2. Report Cards go out on April 7th (essays will not be on G4 not G3) • 3. Field trip $$ Agenda • Introduction to the Romantic Era • Discussion/activity on historical context and literary characteristics.

  6. The Romantic Era: an era of revolutionary spirit Task 1: analyze this painting on page 878 in your textbook and explain in two sentences what you think is happening in the painting. List four words to describe the atmosphere and what this man could be thinking. Caspar David Friedrich 1818

  7. The Age of Romanticism: why it matters… • 1. Romantics rejected science and reason. • 2. Romantics embraced: • Nature • Emotion • Individual experience • 3. The romantics pushed for the rights of the common people. This lead to a struggle for freedom and reform.

  8. Historical Highlights (pg 872) Instructions: read pages 872-873 independently and identify two facts for each of the following sections:

  9. Arts and Culture: Literature • The Romantic Movement in England began with the publication of a collection of poems: • Lyrical Ballads by William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge. Other writers include: Victor Hugo Johann Wolfgang Van Goethe

  10. In their poetry… pg 878-79 • Writers explored their own minds and complexities of their emotions… • Terms to know: • In groups of two define and answer the following: 1. Define Romantic: 2. Define Romanticism: 3. Identify the differences between the neoclassicists and the romantics. 4. What is a romantic hero? 5. German romanticism emphasized an interest in ____________ and an ______________________. 6. How did Wordsworth define romantic poetry? 7. Identify two famous works by Victor Hugo: what did these works focus on?

  11. Announcements & Agenda 3/27 Announcements • Bring textbook after Spring break! • Report cards go out on April 7th Agenda • Paired activity: researching a romantic poet • Creating a Poet Feature Poster Any questions?

  12. Bell-ringer 4/7 • Answer the following questions by writing 2 sentences: Why do you think the Romantics found such strong inspiration in the natural world?

  13. Announcements & Agenda 4/7 Announcements • Vocabulary quiz on the Romantic Poetry Unit will be on Tuesday April 15th 2014. Agenda • Paired activity: researching a romantic poet • Creating a Poet Feature Poster Any questions?

  14. Review of the characteristics of Romantic Literature. • Copy and answer the questions in complete sentences: • 1. How did the Romantic movement begin in England? • 2. Define Romanticism • 3.List three major characteristics of Romantic Poetry.

  15. Group Activity: Author Study • Divide into groups of 2. • Each group will be given a romantic writer. • Use a laptop and research for the following on your writer: • 1. Youth and childhood: early life • 2. Career: later life • 3. Political views/inspirations • 4. Famous Works • Each group will create a poster reflecting the biography of their writer.

  16. Bell-ringer One: Vocabulary Review 4/10/14 • Copy and complete the following sentences using the word bank: • Distraught B. Credulous C. Jovial D. Monotone E. Sordid F. Emphatic • The mother was left ________ after she found out her children were missing. • ___________ consumers will often buy products of little or no real value. • My team mates are very good players with their ______ souls and good sportsmanship.

  17. Announcements and Agenda 4/10 Announcements • Vocabulary quiz has been moved to April 17th • Poet Posters: if not completed, you must complete these on your own time. Agenda • Gallery walk • Reading and analysis of “Kubla Khan”

  18. Objective of the Gallery Walk • Walk around the classroom and locate the answers to your gallery walk worksheet activity. • There may be questions regarding the poet’s major accomplishments on the test, so take good notes!

  19. Key Poetic Techniques to Know • 1. Alliteration • 2. Assonance • 3. Imagery

  20. Analysis of Kubla Khan by S.T. Coleridge • Writing prompt. • Respond to one of the following writing prompt by writing at least 5 sentences: • 1. Describe a vivid, dream that you remember having. Discuss details, plots. • 2. As children (or even today!) we dream of the perfect place to go. Describe your ‘perfect paradise’

  21. Bell-ringer: vocabulary review 4/11 Copy the following sentences and, using the word bank, complete them. • A. Indifference B. Inept C. Pompous D. Piety E. Sordid F. Monotone 1. If a person is ___________, he or she is both pretentious and ostentatious. 2. The _________ details of her sin shocked everyone: they were ghastly and dirty. 3. Ashley was not chosen for the musical as her voice was sadly ______________. 4. It was concluded that Jo was _____ at playing basketball: he was clumsy and had no dribbling skills.

  22. Announcements and Agenda 4/11 Announcements • Vocabulary quiz has been moved to April 17th • Poet Posters: if not completed, you must complete these on your own time. Agenda • Gallery walk • Reading and analysis of “Kubla Khan”

  23. Analysis of Kubla Khan by S.T. Coleridge • Writing prompt. • Respond to one of the following writing prompt by writing at least 5 sentences: • 1. Describe a vivid, dream that you remember having. Discuss details, plots. • 2. As children (or even today!) we dream of the perfect place to go. Describe your ‘perfect paradise’

  24. Commentary and Analysis • In order to completely understand the poem, you need some additional clues given by Samuel Taylor Coleridge with the publication. • Copy the following beside or below the poem: • Coleridge claims the work came to him in an opium trance. • When he regained his senses, he wrote it down. • “visitor from Porlock” kept him from completing the full version: hence ‘a fragment’

  25. Activity One: historical context of Kubla Khan. • Background Information: • Use the background information on Chinese History to answer the following questions… • Who is Kubla Khan? • Describe Kubla Khan. • http://www.thenagain.info/webchron/china/kublaikhan.html • Infer what Xanadu could be…

  26. Paraphrasing the poem: in your own words, what do the stanzas mean?

  27. Bell-ringer activity: vocabulary review 4/14/14 • Using context clues, match the following vocabulary words to the correct sentences. • Copy all sentences for FULL CREDIT. • 1. Sarah’s aloof attitude was that of ________: she couldn’t have cared less about the award she won. • 2. Due to living in a tree house by himself for years, Toby was socially _______. • 3. There is no __________ to gossip. • 4. Jordan’s _______ was reflected in his frequent trips to church.

  28. Announcements and Agenda 4/14/14 • Announcements • 1. Your vocabulary quiz will be on Thursday. • 2. Your test on Romantic poetry will be April 22nd (this will cover notes on historical context, literary characteristics, poets, and three poems.) • Agenda • 1. Concluding “Kubla Khan” • 2. Beginning “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner”

  29. Examples of Alliteration/Assonance and the Effects of these sound Devices

  30. Questions for Further Discussion • What role does imagination play in Coleridge’s work, both as a source and as a subject? • Write and draft two stanzas for a poem based on a dream that you remember vividly. It does not have to rhyme, but it must have some poetic structure.

  31. Writing Prompt: Introduction to “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” • Respond to the following writing prompt by writing three sentences describing your experience and listing three descriptive words. We’ve all met someone who was mysterious, unique or perhaps even creepy. Describe the person and experience.

  32. Author Study: Samuel Taylor Coleridge • 1772-1834 • Born in Devonshire and youngest son of the vicar of Ottery St. Mary • Had a close friendship with Dorothy and William Wordsworth • Is credited for officially beginning Romantic Literature in England

  33. Literary Focus: terms to know for “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” • 1. Lyrical Ballad: a long, narrative poem set to music. • 2. Form and structure: identify stanza form:__________ rhyme scheme_______. • 3. Symbolism: • 4. Alliteration: • 5. Simile/metaphors: • 6. Use of Archaic Words

  34. “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” By Samuel Taylor Coleridge

  35. After reading the poem, copy the following questions into your notebook and answer them independently • 1. Describe the mariner • 2. Who did the mariner stop? Why is this significant? • 3. Identify the two natural forces that take place against the ship. • 4. What could the albatross symbolize? • 5. Why did the mariner shoot the albatross?

  36. Poetic Techniques • Identify examples of the following within Part I. • symbolism: • Archaic words: • Alliteration: • Rhyme scheme

  37. BR: Vocabulary Review 4/15

  38. Announcements and Agenda 4/15

  39. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4EpuaCaPML8 • Above is the link to the “The Rime of the Ancient Mariner” part 1 & 2

  40. Activating Prior Knowledge… • What do you remember about this poem?

  41. Group Activity • Divide into your group of two • You have 20 minutes to complete the worksheet activity. • At the conclusion of 20 minutes, I will randomly call on you to either • 1. paraphrase the part • 2. paraphrase a part of the part • 3. answer any of the questions • Tips: • Part III: a gossameres is a skin like cloth • Personification • 2 Allegories • Part IV: • Repetition • Hyperbole • psychedelic imagery

  42. Announcements and Agenda