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Get out 1) Ramayana 2) Ramayana Annotations worksheet 3) Planner Well finish reading the story, annotating, then youll turn in your annotations in on the stool in about 10 minutes.
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 chart Essay packet outlines (intro. outline and body para. outline) Portfolios… (next slide)
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).
Lets finish reading & annotating Ramayana!
In three minutes, lets think, pair and share about question 2 and 4 on page 142.
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.)
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 Ill grade yours first so you can pick them up after 4 th period.
STANDARDS Reading 3.5: Analyze the way in which authors… have used archetypes drawn from myth and tradition in literature…
Using your warm-up and Key Terms, create a story map for Ramayana with three other class members. Your story map must have four parts: 1. Exposition (found in pages ). 2. Rising Action ( best artist should do this part– several scenes required) 3. Climax 4. Falling Action/dénouement
In 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 four parts horizontally. Story board due at the end of the class.