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Write Now:. For each emoticon, write the emotion it is trying to convey. How does each one make you feel?. Identifying Mood in Literature. Definitions. Mood: The mood is the feeling the reader (you!) gets from reading the text.

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write now
Write Now:
  • For each emoticon, write the emotion it is trying to convey. How does each one make you feel?
definitions
Definitions
  • Mood: The mood is the feeling the reader (you!) gets from reading the text.
  • Tone: The author’s attitude toward the subject or audience (what voice do you imagine the author reading/talking?)
mood can be positive or negative
Mood Can Be Positive or Negative
  • Hopeful
  • Joyful
  • Cheerful
  • Joyous
  • Playful
  • Peaceful
  • Gloomy
  • Violent
  • Tense
  • Suspicious
  • Heartbroken
  • Painful

Do Now:

With your partner, develop 2 more positive words, 2 negative words, and 2 neutral words

how does it make you feel let s watch
How does it make you feel? Let’s Watch
  • Watch the two trailers.
  • For each, write down words about how you feel while watching (or how you believe the audience is SUPPOSED to feel)
  • Video 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4J7gg1V0oak
  • Video 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=frUPnZMxr08
think why do you feel that way
Think: Why do you feel that way?
  • What did the director do to create the various moods?
    • Pacing
    • Editing of shots
    • Colors and filters
    • Music
    • Volume
creating mood
Creating Mood
  • Musicians create different moods for their songs in many ways:
    • Word choice in lyrics
    • Speed of music
    • Rhythm and choice of instruments
    • Imagery and figurative language
identifying mood in music
Identifying Mood in Music
  • Listen to the love song clips and read the lyrics.
  • For each, answer the question: What mood does the song writer create for the listener? What image comes to mind? Be prepared to support your answer with details (i.e. word choice, tempo, rhythm, etc.)
    • Song 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Sds5SpNd1Mw
    • Song 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6WP43WfbXTU
    • Song 3: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7AW9C3-qWug
    • Song 4: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4mTw7t8ndaw
think about instagram
Think about Instagram…
  • You can change the mood of a picture
    • Poses
    • Lighting
    • Props
    • Filters
    • Frames
    • Angles
what s the mood
What’s the mood?
  • In your group, you will identify the mood of your picture
  • Answer the following questions:
  • What mood does the photographer create for the viewer?
  • How did they create this mood?
  • Be prepared to support your answer the details.
how do writers create mood
How do writers create mood?
  • Writers create mood like songwriters and photographers.
  • They use
    • Word choice
    • Descriptive language
    • Tone
    • Imagery
    • Dialogue
    • Punctuation
    • Sentence length and structure
identifying mood
Identifying Mood
  •  Spring GardenStunningly dressed flower stalksStand shimmering in the breeze.The cheerful sun hides playfullyBehind white, fluffy, cotton-ball clouds,While trees whisper secretsTo their rustling leaves.Carpets of grass greenly glowBlending joyfully with the day.Spring brings life to death.
  • Word choice
  • Descriptive language
  • Tone
  • Imagery
  • Dialogue
  • Punctuation
  • Sentence length and structure