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Week 2: “The Cask of Amontillado”
ObjectiveAssignmentsHW MonIdentify theme & analyze development; summarize text WU: Grammar Workbook LT: Foreshadowing Notes: Types of POV “Cask” Vocab Begin reading “Cask” TuesAnalyze a subject in 2 mediums WU: Grammar Workbook Notes: Plot Journal: compare art to story Finish reading “Cask” Critical Thinking + Analysis Questions for “Cask” due Thursday WedUnderstand pronoun usage WU: Grammar Workbook Literary Analysis Worksheet: Plot, Foreshadowing, and Suspense GH Notes: Pronouns GH Pronouns Page Critical Thinking Questions for “Cask” due Thursday ThursCite textual evidence to support analysis WU: Grammar Workbook Review Critical Thinking Qs Coats of Arms FriAnalyze a subject in 2 mediums WU: Notes & Vocab Quiz Video: “The Cask of Amontillado” Journal: How the film differs from the story or reflects it
The definition Clue(s) that suggest something will occur In my own words (synonyms, key phrases or words) image or graphicexample
Plot: sequence of events Exposition: introduces setting, characters, & situation Rising action: includes inciting incident (introduces conflict), & conflict’s development Climax: highest point of interest/ suspense Falling action: everything following climax Resolution/ denouement: insight or change conveyed (revealed) Elements of Plot Structure
Italy, 1800s or so… Carnival
Monstresor mad at Fortunato Why??? Fortunato has weakness Wine
Written during “Gothic” period of American Literature
Copy words & definitions from pg. 58
Does this image better represent Fortunato, or Montresor, and why? How does this image represent both Montresor’s feelings, and Fortunato’s situation? How is this similar to and/or different from what you had pictured? Cask of Amontillado by Colin Wright
Set up your Cornell notes Rule 1 A pronoun must agree with its antecedent (the word to which it refers, or the word it represents). Ex: One must always use proper agreement in his or her essay. A person should care for her body, mind, and spirit.
Do NOT use “their” for singular pronouns: Anybody, each, either, everyone, nobody, somebody, etc. Use VERB test: Singular VERB=singular pronoun YES: Anybody is welcome to his food. NO: Anybody are welcome to their food. YES: Nobody had his or her homework. NO: Nobody had their homework.
P/A agr. Pronoun/Antecedent Agreement SUMMARY:
1. Noun Page 2. Pronoun Page Title Rule Teacher ex. 3 original examples Color + creativity = extra credit This is a project
Option 1 Illustrate with collage or drawing a setting from the story. Include the text in quotation marks that describes what you are illustrating. Option 2 Find an image in a magazine of a setting. Tape, staple, or glue it to your paper. Describe it in as much detail as possible to enable the reader to “see” it without the picture.