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1 Mrs. Olivia Hardison Journals week 3 February 9 th - 13 th 1

2 Seniors-H  Copy down this map and fill it in. “Epic hero:” should be in the middle. Monday February 9th

3 Seniors-H Monday Continued  Literary Terms: (Define)  Exposition, Falling Action, Figurative Language, Foreshadow, and Genre  Vocabulary Words: (Define)  moored, scabbard, mead, vexed, sinews, sentinel. Monday February 9 th

4 Seniors-H  What qualities do you believe a good leader should possess? Discuss leadership in our society. Name some modern leaders.  What are the characteristics of contemporary leaders? What do we admire about them?  Vocabulary Words- One Synonym and One Antonym  moored, scabbard, mead, vexed, sinews, sentinel. Tuesday February 10 th

5 Seniors-H  Why is a reputation important? What factors influence a person’s reputation?  Literary Terms: Lit. terms- 1 example of each word.  Exposition, Falling Action, Figurative Language, Foreshadow, and Genre  Vocabulary Words: One sentence using each word.  moored, scabbard, mead, vexed, sinews, sentinel. Wednesday February 11 th

6 Seniors-H  Rhetoric is a technique that an author or speaker uses to convey to the listener or reader a meaning with the goal of persuading him or her towards considering a topic from a different perspective. How does the epic poem “Beowulf” use rhetoric?  Make sure your Vocabulary and Literary Terms are complete!!! Thursday February 12th

7 Seniors-H  https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YU- 7wnarYHo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YU- 7wnarYHo  Respond to the video  What do you think about the SCA?  Would you try this? Why or why not?  Do you think this clearly represents the Medieval Times? Friday February 13 th

8 Juniors-S  Copy down the tree map on your paper and fill in what you have learned from the presentations on America. America is your topic and your categories are literature, art, medicine, politics, and socials ideas. Your list should contain three descriptions. Monday February 9th

9 Juniors-S  Continued…  Literary Terms (DEFINE ONLY): Exposition, Falling Action, Figurative Language, Foreshadow, and Genre.  Vocabulary (DEFINE ONLY)- covenant, sublime, mundane, retrospective, sovereignty. Monday February 9 th

10 Juniors-S  Ohio outlaws slavery -James Callender makes the accusation that Thomas Jefferson has "for many years past kept, as his concubine, one of his own slaves," Sally Hemings. It is published in the Richmond Recorder that month, and the story is soon picked up by Federalist presses around the country. Callender, a Republican, has previously been an avid investigator of Federalist scandals. In 1798, Jefferson had helped pay for the publication of Callender's pamphlet, The Prospect Before Us, which claimed to expose John Adams as a monarchist. However, when Jefferson, now president, fails to reward Callender with the office of postmaster in Richmond, Virginia, Callender turns on him.  Respond to this scandal by answering the following:  What do you think about this story?  Did you think there was scandal such as this in that time period?  Do you think this is true or false? Why?  Does this change your view on Jefferson (he freed two slaves out five in his will, and did not pursue two other slaves of whom ran away)? On history in general? Tuesday February 10 th

11 Juniors-S  Tuesday Continued…  Vocabulary (One Synonym and one antonym)- covenant, sublime, mundane, retrospective, sovereignty. Tuesday February 10th

12 Juniors-S  Nat Turner, a Baptist slave preacher, leads a revolt in Southampton County, Virginia, killing at least 57 whites. Alabama makes it illegal for Blacks to preach.  This is a violent protest because of slavery.  Do you agree with this approach? Why or why not?  How does this relate to the revolts happening today due to police brutality?  How is it contradictory that a preacher leads a murderous revolt?  What other ways could one handle protests and disagreements?  Literary Terms (One example for each): Exposition, Falling Action, Figurative Language, Foreshadow, and Genre.  Vocabulary (One sentence for each)- covenant, sublime, mundane, retrospective, sovereignty. Wednesday February 11 th

13 Juniors-S  Rhetoric is a technique that an author or speaker uses to convey to the listener or reader a meaning with the goal of persuading him or her towards considering a topic from a different perspective. How have the two stories read in class used rhetoric?  How did they get their point across?  Give me two examples from the text that represents what you think the writer did to convey their message and persuade you to see their point from their perspective.  GET A LITERATURE BOOK!  Myths are to enlighten and entertain  Slave Narratives are to inform and enlighten Thursday February 12 th

14 Juniors-S  "May [our Declaration of Independence] be to the world, what I believe it will be (to some parts sooner, to others later, but finally to all), the signal of arousing men to burst the chains under which monkish (simple) ignorance and superstition had persuaded them to bind themselves, and to assume the blessings and security of self-government... All eyes are opened, or opening, to the rights of man." --Thomas Jefferson to Roger C. Weightman,  What does this mean to you?  What do you think the purpose of the Declaration of Independence is?  Do you think it was made to free people or to bind them?  Has it been upheld? Give me examples to explain your answer. Friday February 13 th


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