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1 Objective: SWBAT Generate a playful tone within the “Age Poem” by manipulating connotations and common associations with age. 5 December2013 Creative Writing CPA Do Now: Take out “age notes” to continue the delineation of age conversation.

2 Objective: SWBAT Generate a playful tone within the “Age Poem” by manipulating connotations and common associations with age. Agenda -Delineating Ages “A Happy Childhood” by William Matthews -Age Poetry: Select 5 different ages that span the stages of life. Attach common words / images associated with that age in unconventional ways to play with common associations with age.

3 Objective: SWBAT Generate a playful tone within the “Age Poem” by manipulating connotations and common associations with age. The Seven Ages of Man By William Shakespeare All the world's a stage, And all the men and women merely players; And one man in his time plays many parts, His acts beeing seven ages. At first, the infant, Mewling an puking in his nurse's arms: And then the winning school-boy, with his satchel And shining morning face, creeping like snail Unwillingly to school. And then the lover, Sighing like furnace, with a woful ballad Made to his mistress' eyebrow. Then a soldier, Full of strange oaths, and bearded like the pard, Jealous in honour, sudden and quick in quarrel; Seeking the bubble reputation Even in the cannon's mouth. And then, the justice, In fair round belly, with good capon lined, With eyes severe, and beard of formal cut, Full of wise saws and modern instances; And so he plays his part. The sixth age shifts Into the lean and slipper'd pantaloon, With spectacles on nose, and pouch on side; His youthful hose well sav'd, a worl too wide For his shrunk shanks; and his big manly voice, Turning again towards childish treble, pipes Ad whistles in his sound. Last scene of all, That ends his strange eventful history, Is second childishness, and mere oblivion: Sans teeth, sans eyes, sans taste, sans everything.

4 Objective: SWBAT Generate a playful tone within the “Age Poem” by manipulating connotations and common associations with age. Friendship AgeView 1. 0 – 4Self-Centered / Based on Surroundings 2. 5 – 10Common Interests / Surroundings (Class) / Formation of Cliques – 13Friendship is tied to identity / Cliques are solidified – 17Attraction based relationships / Inclusion vs. Exclusion / Friendship is still tied to identity / popularity – 24Friendships may be linked to common interests as one forms a stronger sense of self / Relationships may be connected to attraction / Constant interactions tend to occur among peers – 35Friendships circles may become smaller but stronger / Relationships may be connected to attraction – 49Family associations drive friendships / Friendship circles may become strained by a lack of time – 64Family associations may still drive friendships / Exposure to friends outside the family may increase Friendships may dwindle with age / Levels of exposure may influence friendships

5 Objective: SWBAT Generate a playful tone within the “Age Poem” by manipulating connotations and common associations with age. Honesty AgeView 1. 0 – 4Children may be honest at inappropriate times / honesty may be dependent on rewards / consequences 2. 5 – 10Children may be honest at inappropriate times / Learning how to navigate social pathways – 13Honesty may be tied to social acceptance / social norms may influences decisions (although they may juxtapose individual beliefs) – 17Honesty may be influenced by the ability to further one’s own progress / Honesty may be linked to social affiliations – 24Honesty may be influenced by the ability to further one’s own progress / Honesty may be linked to social affiliations – 35Honesty may be influenced by the ability to further one’s own progress / An individual sense of self may be more solidified – 49May be endowed with the responsibility of acting as a role model / Likely has developed a strong sense of self – 64May be endowed with the responsibility of acting as a role model / Likely has developed a strong sense of self May not be concerned with the opinions of others

6 Objective: SWBAT Generate a playful tone within the “Age Poem” by manipulating connotations and common associations with age. Conscience AgeView 1. 0 – 4Morality is closely tied to the effect a behavior has on one’s self 2. 5 – 10Behavior may be dependent on the rules of a particular social-setting – 13Behavior may be tied to a desire for acceptance – 17Behavior may be tied to a desire for self progression / social influences may influence decisions – 24A stronger sense of self may be emerging / social influences still may heavily influence behaviors – 35A stronger sense of self may be emerging / social influences still may heavily influence behaviors – 49A strong sense of self has usually developed / may try to serve as a role model for others – 64May use life experiences to provide direction to others Decisions may be based on a vast array of life experiences and roles

7 Objective: SWBAT Generate a playful tone within the “Age Poem” by manipulating connotations and common associations with age. Prayer AgeView 1. 0 – 4 Tied to Household Practices / Initial Exposure to Religion 2. 5 – 10 Dependent on Household Practices / Where most learning about the history and practices of the religion one is born into takes place – is the age of adulthood in most mono-theistic religions – 17 One becomes responsible for practicing and following their religion / Family may still heavily influence religious practices – 24Religion becomes an individual choice – 35Religion may be tied to relationships / May make decisions about how to raise children – 49May choose to serve a role model or exemplar of religious practices – 64May have more time to dedicate for religion Religious practices may be influenced by impending death

8 Objective: SWBAT Generate a playful tone within the “Age Poem” by manipulating connotations and common associations with age. Closure: Number the 5 ages where they appear in your “Age Poem.”


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