Presentation on theme: "Wednesday, October 9 Objective: I will start planning my characterization project for The Glass Menagerie by narrowing down my project choice. Standards:"— Presentation transcript:
Wednesday, October 9 Objective: I will start planning my characterization project for The Glass Menagerie by narrowing down my project choice. Standards: RL , RL , L a, L a Journal: Describe the character of Jim in a few sentences.
Finish Scene 6 Reading Readers: Read in a loud and clear voice. Everyone else: Listen. Annotate (5 per scene.) Answer scene questions.
Image: Executive at Desk
Image: Sailing Vessel With Jolly Roger
The Union of Merchant Seamen
See how he grins?
Outside a summer storm is coming abruptly
Thoughts on the rest of Scene 6? Do you think Tom is doomed to be like his father? How would you feel if you were Jim right now? Why is Amanda TALKING SO MUCH? Remember to read scene 7 on your own.
Characterization Project New due dates: Monday, October 21 (Block 5) Tuesday, October 22 (Block 2, 4, 8) Take out your rubrics about your summative assessments. Write down your project plans on the handout.
Menagerie Showcase! You will be given comment cards (like last unit) to comment on every project presented. Collages will be displayed around the room Poetry will be displayed on the wall or read out loud (or both!) Music will be played Videos will be shown / Live acts will be presented You can dress as your character! (keep dress code appropriate! Think Great Gatsby) Ms. U will bake cookies : ) Feel free to contribute if you like!
Costume Ideas (Optional)
Time to Finish Work Scene questions Annotations Character analysis charts (Due same day as unit exam!) Essay outline Characterization project plans Due at the end of period: Scene 6 worksheet and Characterization project plans (Ms. U will check you off)
Revisit Objective Today’s Objective: I will start planning my characterization project for The Glass Menagerie by narrowing down my project choice. Rate yourself and explain why. Return your English binder to the shelf. READ SCENE 7 on your own!!