4 th Quarter: The Research Paper. Learning how to write about literature using literary criticism. New Seats: Minimize distractions Be Prepared: writing utensil, necessary papers, etc. 1 st offense = reminder; 2 nd offense = call home & lunch detention; 3 rd offense = ASD.
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Learning how to write about literature using literary criticism
Be Prepared: writing utensil, necessary papers, etc. 1st offense = reminder; 2nd offense = call home & lunch detention; 3rd offense = ASD
Hall passes: not issued during lesson
Restroom passes: 3/quarter
Tardies to class: 3 = call home, 4 = ASD
Any work completed this week will go on 4th quarter; gradebook is closed!A Review of Some Important Classroom Rules
Montresor, the protagonist, relates an incident which happened fifty years earlier. He states that Fortunato, the antagonist and fellow wine connoisseur, insulted him, and therefore, according to his family's motto, must be avenged. Montresor uses their shared interest in wine to lure Fortunato into the catacombs beneath the Montresor family home under the pretense of sampling from a cask of Amontillado, an extremely rare wine. The suggestion of consulting Lucresi, another wine connisseur, is also used by Montresor as bait to draw Fortunato into the trap. Because of his hubris, or excessive pride, Fortunato falls for the trick and continues further into the catacombs in search of the Amontillado. Eventually the men come to a large recess in a granite wall, where Montresor chains Fortunato to the wall and proceeds to brick up the wall, sealing Fortunato in and causing him to suffocate. Thus Montresor avenges his insult.
25 March 2011
to enhance their writing, create and maintain a reader’s interest, to relay a deeper meaning in a story, to capture important events, and to appeal to a reader’s emotions.
20 April 2011