Presentation on theme: "WORLD LITERATURE OCTOBER 10th"— Presentation transcript:
1 WORLD LITERATURE OCTOBER 10th Get outRamayanaRamayana Annotations worksheetPlannerWe’ll finish reading the story, annotating, then you’ll turn in your annotations in on the stool in about 10 minutes.
2 REMINDERS Portfolios… (next slide) Homework tonight: “Second Stress Paragraph– due tomorrow”Make sure you have the FIRST stress paragraph as well.Period 5: After class (on stool) turn in:Utnapishtim V. Noah chartEssay packet outlines (intro. outline and body para. outline)Portfolios… (next slide)
3 REMINDERS Portfolio assignments are due in one week! Note: Your portfolio folders (from last year) are now in the cabinets by my desk or by the door– feel free to drop off your signed portfolio assignments before/after class (or any time when it will not be disruptive).Note: When getting portfolio assignments back from teachers, check that they have signed/stamped them.Note: Portfolios are worth 15% of your English grade.Note: if you miss ONE portfolio (from any class, including mine), you will have 10% deducted from your total portfolio grade. If you are missing MORE THAN ONE, your portfolio will not be graded!Even if you are a BRAND NEW STUDENT in a class, you still need to fill out a form which needs to be signed by your teacher stating that you were not required to complete a portfolio for that class (see me if you need one of these forms).
5 RAMAYANAIn three minutes, let’s think, pair and share about question 2 and 4 on page 142.5
6 WORLD LITERATURE OCTOBER 10th Warm-up: review your World Literature Key Terms. Then, based on the battle in Ramayana, finish the sentences (write the beginning of the sentences as well):1. The exposition of the story is the information about _____________________________________2. Some of the events in the rising action are when __________________, ________________________, __________________ and _____________________.3. The climax of the story occurs when____________.4. During the falling action, we witness___________.(Note: No resolution given in this part of the story.)
7 ANNOTATIONS DROP OFF YOUR ANNOTATIONS ON THE STOOL AFTER CLASS. If you need them to complete your paragraph, please draw a star next to your name and I’ll grade yours first so you can pick them up after 4th period.
8 STANDARDSReading 3.5: Analyze the way in which authors… have used archetypes drawn from myth and tradition in literature…8
9 RAMAYANAUsing your warm-up and Key Terms, create a story map for Ramayana with three other class members. Your story map must have four parts:Exposition (found in pages ).Rising Action (best artist should do this part– several scenes required)ClimaxFalling Action/dénouement9
10 RAMAYANAIn groups of 4, create a timeline of the story and mention important events that occur for each of the four components of the plot.Draw several pictures (each with a short description) to represent what happens in each of the 4 parts of the story.Use markers, crayons,colored pencils, and story-board paper.Glue together the fourparts horizontally.Story board due at theend of the class. 10