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November 4, 2014 English 8: The Open Road Mr. Cabat. “Quatour in G Major” from Tafelmusik Georg Philip Telemann 1733. Aim: “The year was 2081, and everybody was finally equal:” Dystopian Fiction, Day 1. ***SCHEDULE NOTES***. Thursday 11/6 – Book Fair!

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november 4 2014 english 8 the open road mr cabat

November 4, 2014English 8: The Open Road Mr. Cabat

“Quatour in G Major” from Tafelmusik

Georg Philip Telemann

1733

Aim: “The year was 2081, and everybody was finally equal:”

Dystopian Fiction,

Day 1

schedule notes
***SCHEDULE NOTES***
  • Thursday 11/6 – Book Fair!
  • Fri. 11/7 – All Quiet Projects Due

Last day for summer reading rewrites!

do now
DO NOW

“Harrison Bergeron”

by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.

from Welcome to the Monkey House

As you listen to the story, what do you notice about the tone Vonnegut is trying to establish?

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What Is the Difference Between Tone and Mood?

Let’s see how it’s done visually first:

Here’s the trailer for Part I of Mockingjay

what tools did the director use to evoke emotion
What Tools Did the Director Use to Evoke Emotion?

Simply put…

Tone is the author’s attitude towards his or her subject

Mood reflects the atmosphere of a piece of writing; it reflects the emotions the piece of writing arouses in a reader.

So, for example, how might we describe the tone and the mood of All Quiet on the Western Front?

listen to the vonnegut story again
Listen to the Vonnegut Story Again…

How would you describe the tone and the mood of

“Harrison Bergeron”?

in class reading
In-Class Reading
  • As you read your dystopian novel, notice the ways in which your author uses language to create mood and tone.
  • Read for a while. Then, go back through what you just read, and in your reader’s notebook, jot down some of the words and phrases that your author used to create mood and/or tone.
homework
Homework
  • Continue reading your book, and jot down more noticings about mood and tone.
  • Be sure that for all your entries in the reader’s notebook in the weeks to come, you have a date at the top, as well as the work you’re reading and the pages you’ve covered for that entry.
  • Book clubs and schedules coming on Thursday!