Presentation on theme: "Turning information into a likeness of the people it refers to."— Presentation transcript:
Turning information into a likeness of the people it refers to.
Create an organizer like the one on the board. Try and arrange your information so that the information that you feel is most important is located in the head. Second most important information should go to the arms—They would need hands to turn the pages of their bibles. Put the least important information in the legs. USE THE RED SUBTITLED SECTIONS OF CHAPTER & SECTION 3 There are 5 red subtitled sections, 1 Head, 2 arms, and 2 legs Complete the Organizer
Start by picking your person Outline that person using the key points of how they looked. The Pope had a small triangular hat, Cardinals a Square hat, bishops wore a large triangular hat, priest wore a cloak Everyone but priest wore red Nuns wore black cloaks with hoods Draw your Person
Use your organizer to label their parts by what YOU felt was the most important information to least important. Most important is the head and Hat Next were the arms Last and least important were the legs. Finally, write a short paragraph story about your person. Tell me their name, their title, and bit about their daily lives. Once your person is outlined