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Two Friends by Guy de Maupassant. Sisley. Goals. Content Goal- We will focus on setting and its effects on the story. Language Goal- To support answers using text-based, cited details (10.W.9) and to determine word meanings using context and/or word patterns (10.L.4) (+2). Vocabulary.

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goals
Goals
  • Content Goal- We will focus on setting and its effects on the story.
  • Language Goal-To support answers using text-based, cited details (10.W.9) and to determine word meanings using context and/or word patterns (10.L.4)
  • (+2)

“Two Friends”

Guy de Maupassant

vocabulary
Vocabulary

For each word, create a mnemonic device to remember the definition. (+6)

  • ardent- intensely enthusiastic or devoted
  • vernal- spring-like (equinox)
  • jauntiness- carefree attitude
  • M. (Monsieur)- Mr. Mister
  • anglers- fishermen
  • absinthe- type of liquor
author literary device
Author & Literary Device
  • Write down an important detail about the author of this story: Guy de Maupassant (page 94) (+1)
  • Climax (page 95)- define climax in your own words (+1)

painting of Argenteuil by Monet

pre reading discussion setting
Pre-Reading Discussion: Setting
  • Paris, France
  • Franco-Prussian War (1870-1871)
  • As we read, look for hints of
    • time of year
    • effects of war
    • where characters live and spend their time
plot elements
Plot Elements
  • Label the plot line (+5) and add details from the story (+9) for each arrow.
  • plot elements:
    • climax
    • falling action
    • exposition
    • resolution
    • rising action
assessment cat questions
AssessmentCAT Questions
  • (LC03) An inference question. Explain how going fishing was important to M. Morissot and M. Sauvage. Support your answer with two details from the story. (+3)
  • (LA07) Explain why M. Morissot and M. Sauvage are killed. Include two details from the story in your answer. (+3)
  • (LT08) What is the author’s purpose behind M. Morissot’s and M. Sauvage’s encounter with the Prussians? There are several potential answers, so supply two details from the text to support your choice. (+3)