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  1. 01/28/2013-02/01/2013 Mills/English 2

  2. 01/28/2013 • Do Now: • Please get out your homework (2nd paragraph) • Check your grade online • Do you need tutoring? Do you have missing work? • Get out your notes a create a section for “Types of Sentences” *This week your do now will be related to types of sentences. Every day you will record notes for 1 of 4 different types of sentences.

  3. Simple Sentence (review) A simple sentence consists of an independent clause, so it contains a subject and a verb. Examples of simple sentences – short simple sentence: The dog barked. long simple sentence: Leaning first this way and then that, the large tan dog with a wide black collar barked loudly at the full moon last night from under the lilac bush in the shadow of the north side of the house. The simple sentence may have a compound subject: The dog and the cat howled. It may have a compound verb: The dog howled and barked. It may have a compound subject and a compound verb: The dog and the cathowled and yowled, respectively.

  4. Chapter 1-Literary Terms • Please take out your Study Guide for LotF • Chapter 1: • Setting- when/where the story takes place • Point of View- narrator’s position, who is telling story? • Characterization- process by which the writer reveals the personality of a character.

  5. Point of View • First Person: • Third Person Omniscient: • Storytelling where narrator knows the feelings of all the characters • Third Person Limited: • Storytelling coming from one characters perspective

  6. What point of view is Golding taking? • Rd pg. 21 • Identify the speakers/perspective • Lord of the Flies is written in

  7. Characterization Direct Characterization-tells the audience what the personality of the character is. • Example: “The patient boy and quiet girl were both well mannered and did not disobey their mother.” • Explanation: The author is directly telling the audience the personality of these two children. The boy is “patient” and the girl is “quiet.” Indirect Characterization-shows things that reveal the personality of a character.

  8. Characters-Chapters 1 & 2 • Note: Lord of the Flies is an allegory, a literary genre in which characters symbolize abstract ideas. *The terms “biguns” and “littleuns” refer to the older and younger boys on the island. All the main characters are “biguns.” *Only a few “littleuns,” about age 10 and younger, appear as characters in the novel.

  9. Ralph (the protagonist) Physical Descriptions: • Twelve years old • Built like a boxer • Blonde hair Character Traits: • Charismatic • Leader • Logical thought • Sense and order

  10. Piggy Physical Descriptions • Short • Overweight • Wears glasses Character Traits • Represents order and democracy • Intellectual power and insight gained from observation • Clings to civilization

  11. Jack (the antagonist) Physical Descriptions • Twelve years old • Red hair • Tall and thin • “Ugly without silliness” Character Traits • Persuasive • Represents anarchy and savagery • Develops a love for hunting

  12. Sam and Eric (Samneric) Physical Descriptions • Identical twins Character Traits • They do everything together • Easily excitable • Allies with Ralph

  13. Physical Descriptions Thin and frail Younger than Ralph, Jack, and Piggy but older than the littluns. Character Traits Pure-natural goodness Positive outlook Loner and an outsider Peaceful-travels to tranquil spots in the jungle Simon

  14. Roger Physical Descriptions • Dark hair • Angry face Character Traits • Evil • Sadistic • Cruel

  15. Assignment • Reading Quiz-tomorrow Chapters 1 & 2 • Study guide questions 1&2 due block day • Work on characterization sheet • due Friday, Feb 8 • I’m giving you extra time, not to procrastinate, but to have enough time to work a little at a time

  16. Tuesday-01/29/2013 • Do Now: Please put the following notes into your “types of sentences” section Compound Sentence: consists of two or more simple sentences joined by: • a comma followed by a coordinating conjunction (and, but, or, nor, for, yet, so): The dog barked, and the cat yowled. • a semicolon: The dog barked; the cat yowled. • a comma, but ONLY when the simple sentences are being treated as items in a series: • The dog barked, the cat yowled, and the rabbit chewed.

  17. Clear off your desk please • Reading Quiz Ch. 1&2 • When done: Please work on your study guide questions or your characterization sheet • Begin reading chapters 3-5: Rdg. Quiz next Tuesday

  18. Characterization Examples Author’s description: “You could see now that he might make a boxer, as far as width and heaviness of shoulders went, but there was a mildness about his mouth and eyes that proclaimed no devil.” Author’s description: “…he was thin and bony; and his hair was red beneath the black cap. His face was crumpled and freckled, and ugly without silliness. Out of this face stared two light blue eyes, frustrated now; and turning, or ready to turn, to anger.”

  19. Characterization Examples Character quote: “I could swim when I was five. Daddy taught me. He’s a commander in the Navy.” Author’s description: “He was a small, skinny boy, his chin pointed, and his eyes to bright they had deceived Ralph into thinking him delightfully gay and wicked. The coarse mop of black hair was long and swung down, almost concealing a low, broad forehead…”

  20. Characterization Character Quote: “I ought to be chief…I can sing a C sharp.” Character Action: “…the littluns who had run after him caught up with him. They talked, cried out unintelligibly, lugged him toward the trees. Then, amid the roar of the bees in the afternoon sunlight, Simon found for them the fruit they could not reach.”

  21. Block Day: 01/30/2013-01/31/2013 Do Now: Please put the following notes into your “types of sentences” section Complex Sentence: consists of a combination of an independent clause and a dependent clause. • An example with a relative clause as the dependent clause: • The dog that was in the street howled loudly. • A student who is hungry would never pass up a hamburger. • An example with a subordinating conjunction creating the dependent clause: • End: The dog howled although he was well fed. • Front: Because the dog howled so loudly, the student couldn't eat his hamburger. • Middle: The dog, although he was well fed, howled loudly.

  22. Reading Benchmark • Please clear off your desk • When done, you may work on your study guide questions, characterization sheet, or read chapters 3-5 • Friday: Open notes quiz/types of sentences

  23. Friday-02/01/2013 Do Now: Please put the following notes in the “types of sentences” section of your notebook. Compound-Complex Sentence: consists of a combination of a compound sentence and a complex sentence. • As the dog howled, one cat sat on the fence, and the other licked its paws.

  24. Types of Sentences Quiz • You may use your notes from this weeks Do Now’s

  25. Review Outlines • Persuasive Writing • Expository Writing • Writing Benchmark: 02/06/2013 & 02/07/2013