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Friday, September 27Friday, September 27 Objective: I will analyze the characters of The Glass Menagerie by understanding some of the symbols present in the play. Standards: RL , RL , L a, L a Journal: What do you think about the relationship between Laura and Amanda so far? How would you behave towards your mother if you were Laura?
Scene 3 VocabularyScene 3 Vocabulary Match the word to its definition. Use the word in a new sentence.
Scene 3 ReadingScene 3 Reading Readers: Read in a loud and clear voice. Everyone else: Listen. Annotate (5 per scene.) Answer scene questions.
[Image: Young Man At Door With Flowers][Image: Young Man At Door With Flowers]
Mr. Lawrence (author D.H. Lawrence)Mr. Lawrence (author D.H. Lawrence)
You think I’m in love with Continental Shoemakers?
Broken GlassBroken Glass
Thoughts on Scene 3?Thoughts on Scene 3? What did you think? Did you agree/disagree with Tom’s actions? What do think will happen in the next scene?
Symbols Symbol: a thing that stands or represents something else Why use symbols? to communicate a deeper understanding of the characters, setting, theme, etc. without directly pointing it out helps readers connect the story to other main ideas
Sample SymbolsSample Symbols
Mini-Project: SymbolsMini-Project: Symbols On one side of the sheet, think of 4 symbols and draw them on the family crest to represent either Tom, Laura or Amanda. On the other side, think of 4 symbols to represent you.
Time to Finish WorkTime to Finish Work Mini Symbols Project Scene questions Annotations Character analysis charts Practice lines and/or read ahead Due at the end of period: Scene 2 worksheet and Symbols Worksheet
Revisit ObjectiveRevisit Objective Today’s Objective: I will deepen my understanding of the setting of The Glass Menagerie by reading scene 2 and analyzing sample soundtracks from various productions of the play. Rate yourself and explain why. Return your English binder to the shelf.