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English III . “It’s a Try it yourself Tuesday!” February 25, 2014 Mr. Houghteling. AGENDA. Writing about Literature Name Imagery—What did we learn? College Readiness Standards: Reading . CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK.

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english iii

English III

“It’s a Try it yourself Tuesday!”

February 25, 2014

Mr. Houghteling

agenda
AGENDA
  • Writing about Literature
  • Name Imagery—What did we learn?
  • College Readiness Standards: Reading
classwork homework
CLASSWORK/HOMEWORK

Review the short story. Then, considering the allusions and name imagery present in the story, choose TWO characters from the story and discuss how the information we learned about their names influences our understanding of the story.

model response
Model Response

The use of Roy’s name is ironic. Roy means “king,” and with the other names of the story, it is clear Roy should be the “savior” of the family, taking the role of Jesus. In “The Rockpile,” however, Roy is disobedient, and his injury highlights the conflict that remains between Gabriel and his wife, Elizabeth.

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Model Response

Roy’s status as the “king” of the family, the one Gabriel wishes to protect, also demonstrates Gabriel’s distaste for Elizabeth’s son, John. Roy enjoys a favored status over his older half-brother, and he uses this status to disobey and cause disturbances in the family while rarely paying the consequences.

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Imagery Man

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kinesthetic

synesthesia

homework
HOMEWORK
  • Study for a short reading comprehension quiz on

“The Rockpile.”

  • Complete the Stop-Go Review/Assessment