2Good Day Mates!!!! Grab your Composition Books & Exit Tickets Write in your AgendaTake a Worksheet off the back counter.*** Directions for worksheet: COLOR and LABEL the parts of TIDE on the paragraphs of your WS.
4Materials 1. Textbooks open to page 78. 2. Composition books open to a blank page.
5“Rikki-tikki-tavi” by Rudyard Kipling Predict the meaning of the following terms suspense and foreshadowing.
6“Rikki-tikki-tavi” by Rudyard Kipling Suspense occurs when the author creates emotional tension within a story. Cliffhangers are common devices utilized to create suspense.ExampleThe snake slithered around the child's shoulder, fangs drawn.Foreshadowing occurs when authors provide words or phrases that hint at future events within the story.The first thing Mary saw when she pulled back the curtains was a solitary magpie sitting on the fence. She waited for a second bird to appear, but no magpie came.
7“Rikki-tikki-tavi” by Rudyard Kipling List an example in your own life in which you exhibited bravery.Mentor SentenceFormerly, I exhibited bravery when ________.
8“Rikki-tikki-tavi” by Rudyard Kipling Why does bravery necessitate suspense?
9“Rikki-tikki-tavi” by Rudyard Kipling Based on the story's title as well as the image provided on page eighty-two, predict an instance of suspense that will occur within Rudyard Kipling's “Rikki-tikki-tavi.”Mentor TextAfter analyzing the story's title and the image on page eighty-two, one can predict an instance of suspense will occur in “Rikki-tikki-tavi” when __________.
10“Rikki-tikki-tavi” by Rudyard Kipling Construct the following t-chart in your notes.Suspense/ ForeshadowingEvidence/Prediction
11“Rikki-tikki-tavi” by Rudyard Kipling Based on the information presented thus far in the story, predict how Kipling's “Rikki-tikki-tavi” will end. Employ the model below in your response. Also, cite line numbers as you provide evidence.ModelBased on the information presented thus far in Rudyard Kipling's “Rikki-Tikki-Tavi,” one can infer the story will end ________. For example, the author furnishes the evidence ________.
12“Rikki-tikki-tavi” by Rudyard Kipling Discussion Questions Respond to each of the following questions in complete sentences. Additionally, note the author and story title, restate the question, and cite evidence with line numbers in order to justify your answer.1. Why is Rikki-tikki-tavi grateful to Teddy's family?2. Why does Rikki-tikki-tavi destroy Nagaina's eggs?3. Distinguish a moment of suspense in the story. Why does the author craft this suspense?4. Note an occasion of foreshadowing within the text. Why does the author list this foreshadowing?5. Designate a character within the story who exhibits bravery. Why does this character qualify as brave?6. Why does Chuchundra's character effectively stimulate suspense within the story?
13“Rikki-tikki-tavi” by Rudyard Kipling Discussion Questions Respond to each of the following questions in complete sentences. Additionally, note the author and story title, restate the question, and cite evidence with line numbers in order to justify your answer.7. Why does the suspense increase when Rikki follows Nagaina into her den?8. Analyze lines 60 and 61. Why do these lines supply foreshadowing?9. Evaluate the following quote: “When a snake misses its stroke, it never says anything or gives any sign of what it means to do next” ( ). Why does this quote escalate suspense and foreshadowing within the story?10. Characterize Rikki-tkiki-tavi.
14“Rikki-tikki-tavi” by Rudyard Kipling Quote Analysis Near the end of The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien, Aragorn states, “A day may come when the courage of men fails, when we forsake our friends and break all bonds of fellowship. But it is not this day. An hour of wolves and shattered shields when the age of Men comes crashing down! But it is not this day! This day we fight! By all that you hold dear on this good Earth, I bid you stand! Men of the West!”Employing the TIDE method, analyze why or why not Rikki-tikki-tavi embodies the meaning of this quote.ExampleRegarding Rudyard Kipling's story “Rikki-tikki-tavi,” Rikki embodies the ideals presented in Tolkien's quote. For example, Tolkien asserts, “A day may come when the courage of men fails But it is not this day.” Therefore, Rikki exhibits Tolkien's ideas when he brawls with Nagaina in her den, which usually results in death for her foes. Conclusively, by exhibiting staunch courage, Rikki exemplifies Tolkien's declaration.
15“Rikki-tikki-tavi” by Rudyard Kipling Suspense Analysis Analyze which conflict exhibits greater suspense. In your response, incorporate the author and story title, restate the question, and cite evidence justifying your answer.Rikki versus NagainaRikki versus KaraitDarzee's wife versus NagainaRikki versus NagTIDE ExampleWithin the story “Rikki-tikki-tavi” by Rudyard Kipling, the conflict between ______ and ______ exhibits more suspense that the conflict among ______ and ______. In fact, Kipling notes ________ (). Additionally, ________ (). Based on this evidence, one may infer ______. Conclusively, based on this evidence, one can easily infer the ______ conflict contains the most suspense.
16“Rikki-tikki-tavi” Suspense Found Poem Create a found poem that cites suspense within “Rikki-tikki-tavi.” Extract at least ten pieces of evidence from the story, which will result in ten poetic lines. For each piece of evidence, cite line numbers.Example:a low hiss (88)Nagaina torn and angry (125)eyes growing red and hot (129)a scream from Teddy's mother (165)the dry scratch of a snake's scales on brickwork ( )the first one to bite ( )killing the people ( )I will kill the big man (236)still as death (264)break his back (267)
17Based on the above photograph, characterize this mongoose Based on the above photograph, characterize this mongoose. Incorporate the following model in your response.ModelUpon analysis of the photograph, the mongoose exhibits a ______ character as ________.
18“Mongoose” Informational Text Prediction:By skimming the text as well as examining its title, predict the article's main idea.Model:After scanning the article “Mongoose” by National Geographic, one can predict that the article's main idea will be __________ because __________.
19“Mongoose” Informational Text Respond to each of the following questions in complete sentences. Additionally, note the author and article title, restate the question, and cite evidence with paragraph numbers in order to justify your answer.1. Infer the article's main idea. Why does the author supply this main idea?2. Consider the author's purpose. Why does the author craft with this purpose?3. Why are mongooses considered nondiscriminatory predators?4. Why can mongooses be defined as creative predators?5. Evaluate the decision to introduce mongooses to Hawaiian environment. Why were mongooses introduced originally?
20Analyze the tone of this image Analyze the tone of this image. In your response, incorporate the model below.Model:Upon analysis of the image, the designer presents a ______ tone as ______.
21“British Rule in India” Informational Text Prediction:Based on the image we previously analyzed, the title of the text, and the information presented in “Rikki-Tikki-Tavi,” predict the article's main idea.Model:After analyzing the article “British Rule in India,” one can predict the article's main idea will be ________.
22“British Rule in India” Informational Text Respond to each of the following questions in complete sentences. Additionally, note the author and story title, restate the question, and cite evidence with paragraph numbers in order to justify your answer.1. Note the article's main idea. Why does the author compose concerning this main idea?2. Infer the author's purpose. Why does this purpose prove significant?3. Why did the British infiltrate India?4. Why did the British invasion benefit the Indians?5. Based on the article, why did the Indians revolt?6. Based on context clues, infer the meaning of “the ever sacrificing masses” in the last paragraph. Why does the author employ this terminology?
23“British Rule in India” and “Rikki-tikki-tavi” Comparison Directions: After analyzing both “Rikki-tikki-tavi” as well as “British Rule in India,” evaluate the similarities and dissimilarities between the cobras and the British. One you gather evidence, compose a well-structured paragraph asserting your findings.ContrastsComparisonsContrastsNag and NagainaThe British
24“British Rule in India” Informational Text Directions: After analyzing both “Rikki-tikki-tavi” as well as “British Rule in India,” evaluate the similarities or dissimilarities between the cobras and the British. One you gather evidence, compose a well-structured paragraph asserting your findings. Employ the CEC method in your paragraph.TIDE ModelRegarding Rudyard Kipling's short story “Rikki-tikki-tavi” and the informational text “British Rule in India,” one can infer both the cobras and the British __________. For instance, the British ________. Likewise, the cobras ________. Clearly, upon analysis of this evidence, one can definitively assert ________. Conclusively, within “Rikki-tikki-tavi,” one can infer ______.
25“British Rule in India” Found Poem Directions: Analyze the article, discerning an instance of foreshadowing. Then, extract phrases that support your assertion, arranging these phrase into poetic lines. You poem must include at least 10 lines; additionally, cite the paragraph number from which you extracted each line.Example:In the article “British Rule in India,” the author supplies foreshadowing with the statement, “________.” Understandably, the author supplies this foreshadowing in order to _________.British rule (1)changed the course of history (1)powers (1)dissatisfaction and resentment (3)brutally crushed (3)Mahatma Gandhi (3)condemned the British (3)lives (4)sacrificed (4)brutality and horror (4)ever sacrificing masses (4)freedom (4)
26“Rikki-tikki-tavi” Narrative Directions: Compose a narrative version of “Rikki-tikki-tavi” where Rikki fails, and the cobras prevail. For example, you may retell a battle scene, noting Rikki's loss, or you may craft a tale of garden life with the snakes as rulers. Within your narrative, reference at least one example of suspense and one example of foreshadowing that actually occurred in the story.Example:Amber leaves rustle across a bristly yard. Crimson birds and emerald frogs hide their voices. In days past, this garden blossomed like a cherry rose, with croaks and chirps and the voice of a child laughing under an azure sky. However, presently, silence reigns.Though valiant and brave, the great Rikki-tikki-tavi suffered terribly at the jaws of Nag within the Big Man's bathroom (273). With ivory fangs glistening, Rikki clamped his jaws at the base of Nag's neck (274). Sorrowfully, as Nag reared his slippery hood, he slammed Rikki against the tomato-colored jar, causing the doomed mongoose to lose consciousness. Coffee fur matted and ripped, Rikki lay defenseless while Nag bit, injecting singing venom into the lifeless hero.Unfortunately, as Rikki overheard, Nag's family expanded; the plump, pearly eggs eventually hatched, and the army of cobras have ruled the garden since (232).