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Bellwork : “Love Song of Prufrock ”. What evidence can you find in the poem that J. Alfred is INSECURE? Choose 2 allusions in the poem, and discuss WHY Eliot (might have) included them  Time: 5 minutes CLASS CAPTAINS ! (You GET to be Ms HB today!) Period 1: Kate & Tim

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bellwork love song of prufrock
Bellwork: “Love Song of Prufrock”
  • What evidence can you find in the poem that J. Alfred is INSECURE?
  • Choose 2 allusions in the poem, and discuss WHY Eliot (might have) included them 
  • Time: 5 minutes
  • CLASS CAPTAINS !
    • (You GET to be Ms HB today!)
    • Period 1: Kate & Tim
    • Period 2: Teairah & Gabe
    • Period 3: Tracie & Quentin
homework 1 minute to copy
Homework1 Minute to copy!
  • Prepare for Modernism In-Class Assessment
    • 12/6 (1, 2, 3, 4); 12/9 (7)
  • Vocabulary Unit O
    • Chantei, Austin, Ricky, (Ms HB,) Melisa
    • 12/6 (1, 2, 3, 4); 12/9 (7)
  • CHECK YOUR EMAIL… I send you a bunch of good links
  • Coached Project
    • December 13—all items DUE
    • December 19—Presentation Day 
  • Word Bank
  • Tempus Trackers
  • Book Reviews for MP2

NEW

ONGOING

journal putting stevens in perspective report out 10 minutes from last class
Journal: “Putting Stevens in Perspective”Report-Out: 10 minutes (From Last Class)
  • Poem Order:
    • “Disillusionment of Ten O’Clock”
    • “Peter Quince at the Clavier”
    • “Thirteen Ways of Looking at a Blackbird”
  • What to take notes on/report out on:
    • Theme
    • Major Literary Devices
    • What the critical article had to say
    • Traits (characteristics) of Modernism
journal love song intepretations
Journal: “Love Song Intepretations”
  • http://www.shmoop.com/love-song-alfred-prufrock/
  • NOW answer with your groups:
    • Why is this poem called “The LOVE SONG of J. Alfred Prufrock”? CITE A DETAIL
    • Why is J. Alfred Prufrock’s major “problem”? CITE A DETAIL
    • TIME: 5 minutes
journal what you should know about prufrock copy this
Journal: “What You Should Know about Prufrock”(COPY THIS!)
  • Intro is from Dante’s Inferno (in Italian): it’s a man who is in the 8th circle of Hell (a BAAAD dude) talking to Dante about his experiences
  • It’s basically the story of an insecure man, J. Alfred Prufrock, who’s afraid to make a pass at any woman b/c he fears rejection
  • Major literary devices: allusions, personification, free verse, alliteration, assonance, internal rhyme, anaphora
  • Themes/Topics: alienation, paralysis (inability to do anything or make decisions), fragmentation, appearance (perceptions) versus reality
journal stein symbols
Journal: “Stein & Symbols”
  • Choose your role:
    • Stein Impersonator
      • Reads the poems aloud
    • Discussion Leader
      • Makes sure everyone participates
    • Symbologist
      • In charge of determining the meaning of the symbols
    • Reporter
      • (reports!?)
  • Time: 10 minutes
  • As a table, choose one of the poem groupings:
    • GROUP 1:
      • “Tender Buttons [a Box] “
    • Group 2:
      • “A Mounted Umbrella”
      • “A Frightful Release”
    • Group 3:
      • “Susie Asado”
      • “Red Faces”
  • Reread the poem(s) OUT LOUD
  • Discuss & take notes on what the objects might symbolize
  • Discuss & take notes on the SONIC (sound) devices that Stein utilized!
journal modernism assessment
Journal: “Modernism Assessment!”
  • What to Study/Do/Know:
    • Review the “Modernism Assessment Rubric” that I gave to you
    • “Notes on Modernism”
    • “Modernism” section of “American Literature Between the Wars”
    • Review ALL THE POEMS (except Prufrock and grasshopper)
    • Review the poetic terms on the MODERNISM STUDY GUIDE & the definition of Modernism on that page
    • CHECK OUT THE WIKI FOR ANY MISSING INFORMATION!
  • We’ll be IN THE ROOM instead of the computer lab (History Day has used up all the labs…)
  • If you will not be here, you need to come up with a VIABLE PLAN to complete this very important assignment