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It’s unit review day! (Assessment is tomorrow). Today’s plan: A short video-- http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nOd2NuHgwew Review study guides in groups of 1 to 4 people. (Off-task groups may be changed)

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it s unit review day assessment is tomorrow

It’s unit review day!(Assessment is tomorrow)

Today’s plan:

A short video--http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nOd2NuHgwew

Review study guides in groups of 1 to 4 people. (Off-task groups may be changed)

Mr. Thompson will be available for “mini-lessons” at the white board on anything you are having trouble with.

resources
Resources:
  • Your notebook/journal
  • Your textbook
  • Classmates
  • A “mini-lesson” from Mr. Thompson at the white board:
    • How do I write an effective summary?
    • How do I identify a story’s theme?
    • How do I find and explain meaning?
    • What is 1st, 2nd, and 3rd person perspective?
    • How can I remember the difference between fiction and nonfiction?
    • What is alliteration?
    • How do I find the right dictionary definition?
    • How do I find an unfamiliar word’s meaning using context?
hot spots from the pre assessment
“Hot Spots” from the Pre-Assessment
  • Did you have enough time? Be sure to let us know!
  • How to summarize using the S.W.B.S.
  • How to identify theme—and how it is different from moral, meaning, or plot
  • How to come up with a personal meaning and explanation
  • 1st, 2nd, and 3rd person perspective
  • Fiction vs. Nonfiction
  • Alliteration
  • Sub-definitions in dictionary entries
  • Providing context evidence for unfamiliar terms
how to summarize from an swbs
How to summarize from an SWBS

Think in terms of an SWBS…

  • SOMEBODY: Monstresor
  • WANTED: to take revenge on Fortunato
  • BUT: he didn’t want anyone, except Fortunato, to know that it was him that did it
  • SO: he lured him into the caverns under his mansion and sealed him into a crypt

Then write it in sentence form…

  • “This story is about a man named Monstresor who wanted to take revenge on Fortunato, but he didn’t want anyone else to know he had done it. So he lured Fortunato down into the caverns under his mansion, locked him in a crypt, and sealed up the entrance with bricks.”
how to identify theme
How to identify theme

Look at the story’s WANTED…

  • Montresor wanted to lure Fortunato into his caverns and seal him in a crypt.

Now think about what the WANT is dealing with…

  • Montresor’sdesire is about revenge.
  • Fortunato’s desire is to be respected as an expert in wine.

Therefore, some of the themes that “The Cask of Amontillado” is dealing with are:

REVENGE

RESPECT

how to find and explain meaning
How to find (and explain) meaning
  • Remember, meaning is negotiated between writer and reader
  • The writer provides the story, the plot, and the theme
  • We bring our own experiences and opinions to discover meaning
  • An example: “I think the meaning of the story is revenge does as much harm to the person who takes revenge.” And why? “Because the person who takes revenge has to live with his (or her) actions for the rest of their life.”
1 st 2 nd and 3 rd person perspective
1st, 2nd, and 3rd Person Perspective
  • 1st person—a character in the story is telling it
    • Uses “I, my, me…”
    • “I saw a man standing on the corner. He motioned me to come over…”
  • 2nd person—the narrator of the story is talking to “you”
    • “You see a man standing on the corner. He motions you to come over…”
  • 3rd person—someone outside of the story is telling it to you
    • “Peter was standing on the corner. He motioned to Sally to come over…”
fiction vs nonfiction
Fiction vs. Nonfiction
  • Fiction is made up (fake)
  • Nonfiction is real (non-fake)

A trick:

    • Fiction = Fake
    • NonFiction = Not Fake = Real
alliteration
Alliteration
  • When several or more words in a sentence begin with the same sound and create an “effect.”

“Three grey geese in a green field grazing”

A Trick:

“Alliteration” sounds like it has the word “litter” in it. Think of a sentence as having been “littered” with the same beginning sound.

dictionary definitions
Dictionary Definitions

If you look up the word “mason” in a dictionary, you’ll get more than one result:

1. a person whose trade is building with units of various natural or artificial mineral products, as stones, bricks, cinder blocks, or tiles, usually with the use of mortar or cement as a bonding agent.

2. a person who dresses stones or bricks.

3. a member of the secret society of the Freemasons.

Don’t just write the first one! Read each one to see which one fits the story.

using context for unfamiliar words
Using Context for Unfamiliar Words

Tawdry:

I think it means cheap or

worthless

BECAUSE

it says the other princes

laughed at it and their

gifts were expensive.

OR

it says she was interested in it because all she had seen before was precious stones and priceless metals, so it couldn’t have been expensive.

what are you going to use to study
What are you going to use to study?
  • Study guide
  • Your notebook/journal
  • Textbook
  • The class website: www.MyEnglishClass.info
  • The internet
  • The library
  • Classmates

…and how do you think you’ll do on the test?