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1 Agenda: October 12 th Day 4 Bell Ringer: What is the difference between a protagonist and an antagonist? What is the difference between a static and dynamic character? Name one difference you noticed between the movie and story “Lamb to the Slaughter”. SSR Quiz Work on vocab chart (guess with context clues, definition, synonym, antonym) Finish “Lamb to the Slaughter” movie

2 Agenda: October 12 th Day 4 pd. 9/10 Bell Ringer: Identify the following lines as direct or indirect characterization. There was a slow smiling air about her, and about everything she did. “Darling, shall I get your slippers?” She laid aside her sewing, stood up, and went forward to kiss her husband as soon as he came in. SSR Quiz Work on vocab chart (guess with context clues, definition, synonym, antonym) Finish “Lamb to the Slaughter” movie

3 Agenda: October 13 th Day 5 Bell Ringer: Choose TWO of the vocabulary practice questions to answer. SSR Go over vocabulary Types of Conflict and examples

4 Devastating Definition: destructive Synonym: disastrous, tragic Antonym: comforting, fortunate

5 Perpetual Definition: constant, unending Synonym: continual Antonym: temporary, passing

6 Dignitary Definition: people holding high positions or offices

7 Improvise Definition: made up or created without planning Synonym: unrehearsed Antonym: practiced, prepared

8 Evade Definition: avoid Synonym: escape Antonym: facing, accepting

9 Dispelled Definition: scattered or driven away Synonym: dismissed Antonym: attract, invite

10 Honing Definition: to sharpen Synonym: improve Antonym: dull

11 Regime Definition: a system or rule of government Examples: dictatorship, monarchy, communism, capitalism

12 Conscientious Definition: careful, particular Synonym: meticulous, painstaking Antonym: careless

13 Painstaking Definition: extreme attention to detail Synonym: conscientious, meticulous, careful Antonym: careless, sloppy

14 Rejuvenated Definition: to feel fresh, young, or new again Synonym: energize, renew, restore, freshen Antonyms: harm, hurt, injure

15 Types of Conflict Review with your partner: What is the definition of a conflict?

16 External Conflict What is it? Someone or something is keeping the protagonist from being happy Three Types: 1. Character vs. Character ex: Rikki Tikki-Tavi 2. Character vs. Nature ex: Hatchet 3. Character vs. Society ex: Hunger Games

17 Internal Conflict What is it? A character is struggling with his or her own mixed feelings or emotions The conflict is inside the character’s head One Type:  Character vs. Self ex: “If I Stay”

18 Agenda: October 14 th Day 6 Bell Ringer SSR Conflict Examples “Amigo Brothers” Introduction Quick Write Read, answer questions, discuss

19 Bell Ringer: Identify the conflict as Internal or External. Then the type (character vs…..) 1. Sarah couldn't decide what to do that night. Should she study or should she go out? 2. Carly struggled to walk through the hot, blowing sand. 3. Jim and Mac disagreed about where they should take the dog they found. 4. All the way home, Jeffrey felt angry with himself. "Why couldn't he open his mouth at a party? Why was he always so shy?"

20 Agenda: October 14 th Day 6 Pd. 9/10 Bell Ringer (next slide) SSR Conflict Examples “Lather and Nothing Else” Introduction Quick Write Read with partner

21 Bell Ringer: Identify the conflict as Internal or External. Then the type (character vs…..) 1. Sarah couldn't decide what to do that night. Should she study or should she go out? 2. Carly struggled to walk through the hot, blowing sand. 3. Jim and Mac disagreed about where they should take the dog they found. 4. All the way home, Jeffrey felt angry with himself. "Why couldn't he open his mouth at a party? Why was he always so shy?"

22 1. What’s the conflict? You and your younger sibling argue over who should get to play the next song on Guitar Hero.

23 2. What’s the conflict? Carissa’s friend invites her to their parent’s beach house for the weekend. She knows it would be a blast and all her best friends will be there, but she’s failing science and really needs to work on her project that’s due Monday.

24 3. What’s the conflict? When the pilot on Brian’s plane has a heart attack, the plane crashes and Brian must learn to exist in the wilderness.

25 4. What’s the conflict? Batman: The Joker threatens to kill innocent people until Batman turns himself in. Batman must decide whether to reveal his true identity as Bruce Wayne or to continue his existence as Batman.

26 5. What’s the conflict? Ally and Noah are two teenagers in love. They want to continue dating when Ally goes away to school, but Ally’s mother thinks Noah is too poor for her and hides the letters Noah writes Ally. Heartbroken, Ally thinks Noah never wrote her.

27 6. What’s the conflict? The Notebook- Ally is forced to choose between her first love Noah, and her fiancé Lon. She loves them both, but can’t decide who is her true soul mate.

28 7. What’s the conflict? An ancient struggle re-erupts on Earth between two extraterrestrial clans, the heroic Autobots and the evil Decepticons, with a clue to the ultimate power held by a young teenager.

29 8. What’s the conflict? Your best friend tells you that lately she has been skipping meals to loose weight and makes you swear not to tell anyone. You don’t want to betray your friends trust, but you know she needs to get help.

30 9. What’s the conflict? Mumble has a terrible singing voice, and later discovers he has no heart song. Mumble’s parents realize that without a Heartsong, he may never find love. Mumble’s talent for tapdancing makes him too different for the penguin world and Noah the Elder casts him out of the community.

31 10. What’s the conflict? Cast Away

32 11. What’s the conflict? I Have a Dream

33 Amigo Brothers by Piri Thomas Golden Gloves Boxing What do you know about boxing? Rules? Moves?

34 “Amigo Brothers” Quick Write What qualities do you look for in a friend? What is the nicest thing a friend has ever done for you? What is the nicest thing you have done for a friend? If you play sports, describe your proudest moment on the court, field, rink, ect.

35 “Lather and Nothing Else” Quick Write If you worked in a service profession, such as a barber, a salesperson, or a waiter or waitress, and discovered you were serving an enemy, how might you behave? What choices would you make? If you had an opportunity to have dinner with an important person in history, dead or alive, who would it be? Why? What would you two talk about?

36 Pd. 3: Conflict Scavenger Hunt Find an example of each type of conflict (5) in a book. You may use your own SSR books, or look through my shelf to find your examples.

37 Agenda: October 19 th Day 1 Bell Ringer: In groups of 4, match the types of conflicts with their examples (6 minutes). Put personal conflict writing on your desk (Thursday’s HW) SSR Return Quizzes Option to share personal conflict examples Finish “Amigo Brothers”, pausing to answer questions Complete “Amigo Brothers” multiple choice questions with a partner Start homework: writing response

38 Agenda: October 19 th Day 1 Pd. 9/10 Bell Ringer: Determine if your conflict cards are internal or external conflict. Then label them as character vs. Write your answers in your bell ringer sections. Put personal conflict writing on your desk (Thursday’s HW) SSR Return quizzes Option to share personal conflict examples “Lather and Nothing Else” Speed Dating Questions 2 minutes to answer question (first partner) 1 minute to discuss, add any new info (second partner) Class Discussion of “Lather and Nothing Else” Start HW: conflict and character examples

39 Agenda: October 20 th Day 2 Bell Ringer SSR Go over “Amigo Brothers” multiple choice questions Identify types of conflict in “Amigo Brothers” with partner Quiz review

40 “Amigo Brothers” Vocabulary Devastating Perpetual Dignitary Improvise Evade Dispel

41 Agenda: October 20 th Pd. 9/10 Bell Ringer: Go over “Lather and Nothing Else” questions Vocab review Work on internal dialogue assignment, post on moodle

42 “Lather and Nothing Else” Vocabulary Honing Regime Conscientious Painstaking Rejuvenated

43 Internal Dialogue Assignment It would be so easy to kill him. He deserves it! Or does he?

44 Agenda: October 21 st Day 3 Bell Ringer SSR Types of Conflict and Vocabulary Quiz Work on point of view writing prompts Point of View Notes and examples


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