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  1. Gods & Goddesses: Instructions • You will be assigned one of the major Greek gods or goddesses and you must complete a poster to describe and identify them. • You have TWO days to work on this project. Be efficient with your time. • Some of this mythology contains mature information—handle yourselves with a respectable amount of maturity. • You poster must include the following:

  2. Gods & Goddesses: Instructions

  3. Unit: Epic Poetry: The Odyssey Bell-Ringers & Exit Slips CHS English I February 4-8, 2013

  4. Bell-Ringer: 2-4-2013 • Poetry that tells a story in verse form. • Narrative • Dramatic • Lyric • Poetry that tells a story using a character’s own thoughts or statements. • Narrative • Dramatic • Lyric • A brief poem in which the poet expresses the feelings of a single speaker, creating a single effect on the reader. • Narrative • Dramatic • Lyric

  5. Exit Slip: 2-4-2013 • “Bugs buzzin’ from cousin to cousin.”is an example of which poetic device? • Simile • Metaphor • Onomatopoeia • “Hope is the thing with feathers / that perches in the soul...”is an example of which poetic device? • Simile • Metaphor • Personification • “I wandered lonely as a cloud.” is an example of which poetic device? • Simile • Metaphor • Personification

  6. Bell-Ringer: 2-5-2013 • A word or object that has its own meaning and represents another word, object or idea. • Mood • Tone • Symbol • The feeling a poem creates for its reader. • Mood • Tone • Symbol • The attitude a poet takes towards his/her subject. • Mood • Tone • Style

  7. Exit Slip: 2-5-2013 • What is the name of the poet considered to have written The Odyssey? • Virgil • Homer • Marge • After which war does The Odyssey begin? • The Trojan War • The Peloponnesian War • The Battle of Waterloo • The protagonist of an epic poem is known as what? • Epic hero • Epic villain • Epic poet

  8. Bell-Ringer: 2-6-2013 • What is the name of the poet considered to have written The Odyssey? • Virgil • Homer • Marge • The point of view from which the story is told is: • 1st person • 2nd person • 3rd person • Which Latin phrase means “in the middle of things” and describes the nature of the beginnings of epic poems? • In media res • E pluribus unum • Cogito ergo sum

  9. Exit Slip: 2-6-2013 • This word means “to take goods by force.” • Plunder • Dispatch • Ardor • This word means “enormous or huge.” • Assuage • Ardor • Mammoth • This word means “passion or enthusiasm.” • Assuage • Ardor • Mammoth

  10. Bell-Ringer: 2-7-2013 • This type of comparison is of great length and detail, going on for several lines within a poem. • Simile • Epic Simile • Metaphor • This word means “finished quickly; sent out (an order).” • Dispatch • Assuage • Plunder • This word means “characterized by craftiness or betrayal.” • Assuaged • Ardor • Insidious

  11. Bell-Ringer: 2-7-2013 • This type of comparison is of great length and detail, going on for several lines within a poem. • Simile • Epic Simile • Metaphor • This word means “finished quickly; sent out (an order).” • Dispatch • Assuage • Plunder • This word means “characterized by craftiness or betrayal.” • Assuaged • Ardor • Insidious

  12. Unit: Epic Poetry: The Odyssey Bell-Ringers & Exit Slips CHS English I February 11-14, 2013

  13. Bell-Ringer: 2-11-2013 • This part of speech names a person, place, or thing. • Adjective • Noun • Pronoun • This part of speech describes a person, place, or thing. • Adjective • Noun • Pronoun • This part of speech modifies a verb or adjective. • Adjective • Adverb • Pronoun

  14. Exit Slip: 2-11-2013 • This part of speech takes the place of a noun. • Adjective • Noun • Pronoun • This part of speech describes a person, place, or thing. • Adjective • Noun • Pronoun • This part of speech modifies a verb or adjective. • Adjective • Adverb • Pronoun

  15. Bell-Ringer: 2-12-2013 • This type of comparison is of great length and detail, going on for several lines within a poem. • Simile • Epic Simile • Metaphor • When did the Trojan War allegedly occur? • The Bronze Age • The Golden Age • The Stone Age • This word means “enormous or huge.” • Mammoth • Ardor • Insidious

  16. Exit Slip: 2-12-2013 • Who is the King of the Gods? • Zeus • Odysseus • Prometheus • Who is the Queen of the Gods? • Hera • Athena • Aphrodite • What is Odysseus’s homeland? • Troy • Ithaca • Athens

  17. Bell-Ringer: 2-13-2013 • Who is the god of archery, music, prophecy, healing and light? • Zeus • Apollo • Ares • Who is the god of the underworld? • Hera • Zeus • Hades • Who is the messenger of the gods? • Hermes • Hestia • Persephone

  18. Exit Slip: 2-13-2013 • Who is the god of war? • Ares • Artemis • Prometheus • Who is the goddess of agriculture? • Demeter • Athena • Aphrodite • Who is the god of the sea? • Poseidon • Zeus • Pan

  19. Unit: Epic Poetry: The Odyssey Bell-Ringers & Exit Slips CHS English I February 11-14, 2013

  20. Bell-Ringer: 2-14-2013 • Who is the goddess of hunting? • Artemis • Apollo • Ares • Who is the god of wine and theater? • Hades • Zeus • Dionysus • Who is the god of the forest? • Hermes • Pan • Persephone

  21. Exit Slip: 2-14-2013 • Who is the queen of the underworld? • Persephone • Hera • Prometheus • Who is the goddess of wisdom? • Demeter • Athena • Aphrodite • Who is the goddess of love and beauty? • Athena • Aphrodite • Pan

  22. Unit: Epic Poetry: The Odyssey Bell-Ringers & Exit Slips CHS English I February 19-22, 2013 SHEETS ARE ON THE FRONT TABLE!!

  23. Bell-Ringer: 2-19-2013 • This word means “to take goods by force.” • Plunder • Dispatch • Ardor • This word means “finished quickly; sent out (an order).” • Dispatch • Assuage • Plunder • This word means “enormous or huge.” • Mammoth • Ardor • Insidious

  24. Exit Slip: 2-19-2013 • Who is the king of Ithaca? • Apollo • Odysseus • Laertes • Who is Odysseus’s father? • Apollo • Telemachus • Laertes • Who is the sea goddess that detains Odysseus? • Calypso • Scylla • Penelope

  25. Bell-Ringer: 2-20-2013 • Which of the following statements best identifies the Odysseus we meet in the epic poem? • He is an outcast and hates all human beings. • He is the son of Poseidon. • He is the leader of a homeward-bound fleet of ships. • On which island does Odysseus (and his men) land and fight after looting and destroying the island? • Cicones • Circe • Illium • Anyone who eats the lotus plant will: • Turn into pigs • Lose their hope for home • Become a god

  26. Bell-Ringer: 2-21-2013 • Who is the goddess from whom Odysseus seeks guidance and assistance? • Apollo • Athena • Persephone • Who does Achilles defeat in a duel during the Trojan War? • Hector • Telemachus • Paris • Who is the wife of Odysseus (she maintains control of Ithaca in his absence)? • Calypso • Scylla • Penelope

  27. Exit Slip: 2-21-2013 • What is the name of the Cyclops who captures Odysseus and his men? • Polyphemus • Poseidon • Telemachus • How does Odysseus escape from the Cyclops? • He stabs him in the eye after he passes out from drinking wine. • He rolls the stone door by himself. • Poseidon grants him leave. • How long is Odysseus’s stay on the Island of the Cyclops? • 1 day • 1 week • 1 month

  28. Bell-Ringer: 2-22-2013 • What is the name that Odysseus gives to himself to deceive Polyphemus while in his kidnapped in his cave? • Odysseus • Someone • Nobody • How do Odysseus and his men end up on the island of Aeolus? • Zeus’s strong winds guide him there. • Poseidon’s strong winds guide him there. • He makes a detour to plunder the island. • What gift does Aeolus give to Odysseus? • A fresh drink of water. • A bag of wind to help him get home. • Answer

  29. Unit: Epic Poetry: The Odyssey Bell-Ringers & Exit Slips CHS English I February 25-March 1, 2013 SHEETS ARE ON THE FRONT TABLE!!

  30. Bell-Ringer : 2-25-2013 • In any given writing prompt, the author’s REASON for writing is called: • Audience • Purpose • Task • In any given writing prompt, what the author is asked to do is called: • Audience • Purpose • Task • In any given writing prompt, the people who read the author’s writing is called: • Audience • Purpose • Task

  31. Exit Slip : 2-25-2013 • In any given writing prompt, the author’s REASON for writing is called: • Audience • Purpose • Task • In any given writing prompt, what the author is asked to do is called: • Audience • Purpose • Task • In any given writing prompt, the people who read the author’s writing is called: • Audience • Purpose • Task

  32. Bell-Ringer: 2-26-2013 • Who developed the idea of the “Rhetorical Triangle?” • Aristotle • Homer • Plato • Which of the following IS NOT a part of the Rhetorical Triangle? • Audience • Speaker • Task • In any given writing prompt, the people who read the author’s writing is called: • Audience • Purpose • Task

  33. Exit Slip: 2-26-2013 • Which flying god does Odysseus come into contact with while climbing the mountain? • Athena • Hermes • Dionysus • Who is the goddess in charge of the island on which Odysseus and his men land? • Circe • Calypso • Athena • How long were Odysseus and his men on the island of the goddess/witch? • 5 days • 5 months • 5 years

  34. Bell-Ringer: 2-27-2013 • How does Odysseus come to believe Circe’s claim that he had spent five years in her palace? • He ate the lotus plant which makes you believe anything you’re told. • He had aged five years and looked in the mirror. • He saw his ship covered by rocks from the changing tides. • What is the name of the blind prophet from whom Circe orders Odysseus to seek advice? • Tiresias • Polyphemus • Homer • Where is the place that Odysseus travels to in order to meet with the blind prophet? • Hades • Mount Olympus • Ithaca

  35. Exit Slip: 2-27-2013 • Where does Tiresias tell Odysseus he must sail? • The Straits of Scylla • Back to Ithaca • Return to Circe’s Island • With whom does Odysseus come into contact while visiting the Underworld (Hades)? • Penelope • Telemachus • His mother, Anticleia • What does Penelope say she will do to please her suitors who have come to replace Odysseus. • She will marry whoever wins a sword fight. • She will choose a suitor when she completes weaving a shroud. • She will marry whoever pleases her son, Telemachus.

  36. Bell-Ringer: 2-28-2013 • How many of Odysseus’s men remain when he survives the Straits of Scylla and Charybdis? • None • Five • Ten • Where does Odysseus land after he is attacked by Scylla, the six-headed monster? • Island of Cicones • Island of Circe • Island of Calypso • What is the name of the whirlpool which takes the lives of Odysseus’s men? • Cicones • Charybdis • Scylla

  37. Exit Slip: 2-28-2013 • How long does Calypso detain Odysseus on her island? • One year • Two years • Five years • Who convinces Calypso to let Odysseus leave her island? • Athena • Hermes • Poseidon • Who gives Odysseus a ship to help him return home? • Calypso • Poseidon • Alcinous, King of Phaeacia

  38. Bell-Ringer: 3-1-2013 • Who does Odysseus first meet when returning home to Ithaca? • Telemachus • Penelope • No one, they’re all dead. • Where does Telemachus travel when searching for his father? • Sparta • Athens • Troy • What is plan Athena gives to Odysseus in order to return and take over his kingdom? • She disguises him as a beggar so he can gain information. • Wage all-out war on the suitors. • To leave and never return.

  39. Exit Slip: 3-1-2013 • What does Odysseus teach Telemachus that he must learn to control if he is to become a “man.” • His anger • His beard • Shooting his bow and arrow • What is the plan that Penelope develops in order to choose a suitor to become king? • She will marry whoever can string Odysseus’s bow. • She will have a boxing tournament to choose a winner. • She will marry whoever provides her with the most money. • What does Odysseus do to prove that he is who he says he is? • Strings his bow and shoots his arrow straight and true. • Kills all the suitors who have tried to take his kingdom. • Both. • Neither.

  40. Bell-Ringer: 3-4-2013 • What does Odysseus teach Telemachus that he must learn to control if he is to become a “man.” • His anger • His beard • Shooting his bow and arrow • What is the plan that Penelope develops in order to choose a suitor to become king? • She will marry whoever can string Odysseus’s bow. • She will have a boxing tournament to choose a winner. • She will marry whoever provides her with the most money. • What does Odysseus do to prove that he is who he says he is? • Strings his bow and shoots his arrow straight and true. • Kills all the suitors who have tried to take his kingdom. • Both. • Neither.

  41. Exit Slip: 3-4-2013 • This word means “to take goods by force.” • Plunder • Dispatch • Ardor • This word means “finished quickly; sent out (an order).” • Dispatch • Assuage • Plunder • This word means “enormous or huge.” • Mammoth • Ardor • Insidious

  42. Bell-Ringer: 3-6-2013 1. Goddess of wisdom and war strategy, daughter of Zeus, champions Odysseus. • Aeaea • Athena • Aeolus • Aiolia 2. To delay the suitors for three years, Penelope: • Hides away • Weaves and unweaves a shroud • Pretends to be sick • Grieves for herself 3. When Odysseus finds himself in danger, he usually gets out of it by • Fighting his way out • Resourceful planning • Praying to the gods • Relying on his bravest men

  43. Exit Slip: 3-6-2013 • What word means a section of literature or drama, etc.? • Genre • Dialogue • Type • Which type of character is complex and deep? • Flat • Round • Long • What element means a conversation between two or more characters? • Monologue • Dialogue • Chit-Chat

  44. Bell-Ringer: 3-7-2013 • What element refers to a long, uninterrupted speech by ONE character? • Monologue • Dialogue • Chit-Chat • Which is not a form of dramatic conflict? • Man v man • Man v nature • Man v beast • What is the easiest way we learn about characters in a drama? • Action • Dialogue • Conflict

  45. Exit Slip: 3-7-2013 • How many “books” make up The Odyssey? • 12 • 24 • 36 • In what language was The Odyssey originally written? • Greek • Latin • English • Odysseus wants to kill Polyphemus right away, but doesn’t, because: • He is a god and cannot be killed. • Polyphemus is protected by magic. • With him dead, no one can move the large boulder blocking the exit.

  46. Bell-Ringer: 3-11-2013 Group Work: • Immediately begin working on your 8 –sentence summary activity. • You have 10 minutes to complete your summaries. ALL members MUST have their own copy. (You will turn this in). • After the 10 minutes have elapsed, we will switch group and each member will share their summaries.

  47. Bell-Ringer: 3-13-2013 Bell-Ringer: First FIVE minutes: collect and submit your Odyssey Journal Packets. Group Work: Immediately begin working on the ROUGH DRAFT of your script. You should have your rough draft NEARLY completed after today. Rough Drafts due at the end of class tomorrow.

  48. Bell-Ringer: 3-14-2013 Group Work: • Immediately begin working on the ROUGH DRAFT of your script. • Rough Drafts due by the end of class. • Email your draft to ben.davis@cville.kyschools.us. • When you have completed your drafts, begin peer reviews.

  49. Bell-Ringer: 3-15-2013 Group Work: • Have your bell-ringer sheet from last week ready to go. We will complete our weekly review immediately following the bell. • Rough Drafts of your script are due by the end of class. • Email your draft to ben.davis@cville.kyschools.us. • When you have completed your drafts, begin peer reviews.

  50. 4th Period: Bell-Ringer: 3-15-2013 • Have your bell-ringer sheet from last week ready to go. We will complete our weekly review immediately following the bell. • READING WORKSHOP immediately to follow.