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  1. Love & Loss DBA & Collaboration Hosted by: Mrs. Hogan

  2. Classroom Rules • Raise your hand if you have a question • If I ask you a question please respond using the face icons • Smile face- On track, no questions • Squiggle face- Confusion, please clarify • Formal language only (no text or abbreviated words please) • All comments are to be appropriate and contribute to the conversation in a positive manner • Sessions are recorded and malevolent behavior could result in administrative action

  3. Module 2 Learning Goals • The student will adjust reading rate based on purpose, text difficulty, form, and style; • distinguish denotative and connotative meanings of words; • identify advanced word/phrase relationships and their meanings; • write a business letter and/or memo that presents information purposefully and succinctly to meet the needs of the intended audience following a conventional format (e.g., block, modified block, memo, email); • use appropriate eye contact, body movements, voice register and oral language choices for audience engagement in formal and informal speaking situations; • use an engaging introduction and conclusion and the use of figurative language to reinforce the intended message; and • explain how meaning is enhanced through various features of poetry, including sound (e.g., rhythm, repetition, alliteration, consonance, assonance), structure (e.g., meter, rhyme scheme), and graphic elements (e.g., line length, punctuation, word position); • analyze, interpret, and evaluate an author's use of descriptive language (e.g., tone, irony, mood, imagery, pun, alliteration, onomatopoeia, allusion), figurative language (e.g., symbolism, metaphor, personification, hyperbole), common idioms, and mythological and literary allusions, and explain how they impact meaning in a variety of texts.

  4. How does this work? • Set your Discussion Screen to Conversation between you and Moderator only • Attend 2 45 minute Group DBA sessions • Earn credit for that specific DBA & Collaboration for Segment I • SUBMISSION FOR THE DBA • Submit a 2-3 Sentence Reflection of what we discussed • Include your Scale Score 1-4 and explanation • SUBMISSION FOR THE COLLABORATION • Document the dates of your attendance • 1 paragraph reflection of your collaborative effort during each session • (2 paragraphs total)

  5. Choosing Words Wisely… • Explain the difference between denotation and connotation • Which type of words would you find in a science textbook? • A magazine article about climate change? • A news article featuring survivors of a natural disaster?

  6. Figurative Language… • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yfwbMiZUZ0M&feature=related

  7. Now let’s examine songs more closely! • http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G1c6zF9aJxs

  8. Extended Metaphor Maroon 5 and Gym Class Heroes My Heart’s a Stereo Verse: If I could only find a note to make you understandI'd sing it softly in your ear and grab you by the handJust keep it stuck inside your head, like your favorite tuneAnd know my heart's a stereo that only plays for you Catchy Hook:My heart's a stereoIt beats for you, so listen closeHear my thoughts in every no-o-o-teMake me your radioAnd turn me up when you feel lowThis melody was meant for youJust sing along to my stereo

  9. Sara Barielles Bluebird • Can you explain the extended metaphor in 1 3-5 sentence paragraph? Hook: And so here we go bluebird, Back to the sky on your own.Oh let him go bluebird, Ready to fly, You and I, Here we go.Here we go. Verse: And so here we go bluebird, Gather your strength and rise up.Oh let him go bluebird.Oh let him go bluebird.Oh let him go bluebird.Ready to fly, You and I, Here we go.Here we go... http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uMba8vsep9I

  10. Collaboration: Sing it out! You and a Partner will become a songwriting duo. Write a first verse and catchy hook that uses an extended metaphor Stick with the Love and Loss theme!

  11. Score yourself • 4- I understand the figurative language clearly and see how it applies to the real world • 3- I understand the figurative language, but could use more review time to learn about their application to the real world • 2- I kind of understand the figurative language, but could use more review • 1- I do not understand the figurative language