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Tuesday 12 November 2013 CO: SWD analyzing central ideas of a text by outlining important ideas in annotations. LO: SW write a paraphrase of key ideas by completing focus questions. Not writing on bell work paper today… Bell work norms (sitting down, writing, silent)

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Tuesday 12 November 2013CO: SWD analyzing central ideas of a text by outlining important ideas in annotations.LO: SW write a paraphrase of key ideas by completing focus questions.

Not writing on bell work paper today…

Bell work norms (sitting down, writing, silent)

  • Add definitions for ALLUSION (R12) and FOIL (R14) to your literary terms glossary.
  • Remember to add quotes/examples from the text as we read.
    • See example of allusion on page 828 when Cassius is describing how he saved Caesar. Point to the allusion with your index finger when you see it.
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SAD CAT

If you have the same answers as someone else, you have to resubmit or get a ZERO.

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CO: SWD analyzing central ideas of a text by outlining important ideas in annotations.LO: SW write a paraphrase of key ideas by completing focus questions.
  • Tree Map
    • Act I scene i, ii, and iii
    • Include: foreshadowing-storm, Caesar doesn’t trust Cassius, trouble brewing in Rome, Caesar offered crown and refused, foreshadowing-ides of March, celebration of Caesar’s defeat of Pompey, Brutus’ internal conflict, and conspiracy
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CO: SWD analyzing central ideas of a text by outlining important ideas in annotations.LO: SW write a paraphrase of key ideas by completing focus questions.

Act II scene i: summary

Brutus decides he has to kill Caesar. He is brought a letter, and he interprets it as a protest against Caesar. The conspirators come over. Cassius and Brutus agree to kill Caesar. Cassius wants to kill Antony, too. Brutus says no, they don’t need to. They’re not sure if Caesar is coming to Consul today because of all the bad omens. Decius will go to Caesar’s house and convince him. Portia (Brutus’ wife) wonders what is wrong with him. He avoids telling her the truth. Ligarius (Brutus’ servant) is also upset with the plan to kill Caesar. Brutus says not to worry because what he is doing is honorable.

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CO: SWD analyzing central ideas of a text by outlining important ideas in annotations.LO: SW write a paraphrase of key ideas by completing focus questions.
  • Act II scene ii-iv: 851-857 annotations due today
    • Page 851: What issue is taking place in Caesar's house? (compare Caesar and Calpurnia's relationship to Brutus and Portia’s)
    • Page 852: Caesar believes in fate over free will, identify his excessive pride after the sacrifice
    • Page 853: What makes him stay home? Explain Calpurnia's dream. Explain Decius' interpretation of Calpurnia's dream in lines 83-90.
    • Page 854:  How does Decius manipulate Caesar into going to Senate?
    • Page 855: What do the asides reveal? What warning does Artemidorous want to give Caesar?
    • Page 856-857: What is the issue with Portia?  What does she make Lucius do?
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CO: SWD analyzing central ideas of a text by outlining important ideas in annotations.LO: SW write a paraphrase of key ideas by completing focus questions.
  • Closure: white board
    • Stand up when you have finished writing this sentence.
    • An example when Caesar’s public self prevails over his private self is when ______________.
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Tuesday 12 November 2013CO: SWD applying a an organized introduction by constructing a three-pronged thesis.LO: SW write a quotation to develop a claim using the MLA format.

Bell work norms (sitting down, writing, silent)

Create a simple sentence with the formula SSV. Label S’s and V’s.

Create a compound sentence with the formula I, but I. Label S’s and V’s.

Create a compound sentence with the formula I ; I. Label S’s and V’s.

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CO: SWD applying a an organized introduction by constructing a three-pronged thesis.LO: SW write a quotation to develop a claim using the MLA format.
  • Outline structure for literary analysis
  • WHITE BOARD:
    • 1. Write name of person you blame
    • 2. write your three reasons why you blame that person.
  • Begin to follow outline structure to develop ideas on your rough draft paper.
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CO: SWD applying a an organized introduction by constructing a three-pronged thesis.LO: SW write a quotation to develop a claim using the MLA format.MLA Quotations

MLA Format—Quotations

MLA format follows the author-page method of in-text citation. This means that the author's last name and the page number(s) from which the quotation or paraphrase is taken must appear in the text, and a complete reference should appear on your Works Cited page. The author's name may appear either in the sentence itself or in parentheses following the quotation or paraphrase, but the page number(s) should always appear in the parentheses, not in the text of your sentence. For example:

  • Wordsworth stated that Romantic poetry was marked by a "spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings" (263). 
  • 2. Romantic poetry is characterized by the "spontaneous overflow of powerful feelings" (Wordsworth 263).
  • Wordsworth extensively explored the role of emotion in the creative process (263).
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CO: SWD applying a an organized introduction by constructing a three-pronged thesis.LO: SW write a quotation to develop a claim using the MLA format.MLA Quotations

Author said,”Quotequotequotequote” (#).

“Quotequotequotequote,” shows how blah blah (Author #).

The author said this and this (#).

White board exit ticket:

Write one quote you are using in your essay on the white board using a correct citation.

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