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1Day 7 May 11 (A) or May 12 (B) Bell Ringer-Burning Bright Word Work Topics for discussion (pages )Skill introduction: Chronological/Sequential OrderSkill PracticeThemeExit Slip
2Bell Ringer #2: May 11(A) or May 12 (B) Tiger! Tiger! Burning brightIn the forest of the nightWhat immortal hand or eyeCould frame thy fearful symmetry?-- from William Blake’s Poem “The Tiger”In what way can Montag be seen as a tiger in the forests of the night?What does immortal mean? What does it mean in the novel?
3Word Work http://quizlet.com/1763881/burning-bright-flash-cards/ Today, we are going to use a computer based flashcard system. We will be looking at words from Part III: Burning Bright. The goal is to see how fast we can match the terms.Username: lbegley01 password: 114hanson)
4Topics for Discussion (pp. 111-130) Imagery of house burning sceneWhat happens to Beatty?What happens with the Mechanical Hound?Describe Guy as a fugitiveWhat happens with the beetle and Guy?What does Guy do with his few books?
5Figurative Language Practice Review from last class!
6Figurative Language Reflection If the medical equipment is seen as a snake and snakes are evil, what is Montag saying about doctors and medicine?The fire is personified in Group 3’s quote as something that can EAT and CHANGE. What does fire symbolize and why would it have the power to CHANGE?In what way do people wear MASKS? What do masks symbolize in Montag’s world?
7Figurative Language Group Practice Choose one of your quotations and design an ad for the novel using the selected quote. Your ad should include:Colors that reflect the tone of the quote and will establish a mood for the viewer.A creative but accurate representation of the quote and it’s importance to the novel.The quotation as a tagline.
8Practice: Individual Practice Explain what is being compared or personified.What is the mood?How does this passage help establish the mood?Metaphor“…his hands were the hands of some amazing conductor playing all the symphonies of blazing and burning…” (Pg 3)Personification“She made the empty rooms roar with accusation…” (Pg. 37)Simile“…her face bright as snow in the moonlight…” (Pg 7)
10Skill Focus: Organizational Patterns Anticipating the order in which the material will be presented helps you put the facts into perspective and to see how the parts fit into the whole.The importance of these patterns is that they signal how the facts will be presented. They are blueprints for you to use.Frequently called chronological order or for our purposes, sequencing.
11Sequencing What is sequencing? Why is it important? In what other subjects do you study chronological order? Why?
12Chronological (Time) Order or Sequence Items are listed in the order in which they occurred or in a specifically planned order in which they must develop. In this case, the order is important and changing it would change the meaning.Signal words often used for chronological order or sequence are:first, second, thirdbefore, afterwhenlateruntilat lastnextmeanwhilesubsequentlyprior tofinally
13Write a short paragraph using first person narration that describes your day yesterday. Include the five most significant events. Be sure to pay close attention to the SEQUENCE. Use at least 5 of the signal words.first, second, thirdbefore, afterwhenlateruntilat lastnextmeanwhilesubsequentlyprior tofinally
14When do you use it?Chronological/sequencing naturally fits in narration, because when we tell a story, we usually follow the order in which events occur.Write a short paragraph using first person narration that describes your day yesterday. Include the five most significant events. Be sure to pay close attention to the SEQUENCE. Use at least 5 of the signal words.
15Skill Practice : Sequencing How do you know this is an example of sequencing?1. Kate Barlow preserved peaches which lasted for years, and you can too if you follow these few simple steps. 2. First check the jars for cracks or chips. 3. Second place the lids in boiling water to sterilize. 4.While the lids boil, wash the jars and rings in hot, soapy water. 5. Next place the boiling hot peaches and syrup into the hot, sterilized jars. 6. As soon as the jar is full within a half inch of headspace wipe the rim of the jar clean. 7. Immediately cap the jar with the hot lid. 8. Next place the jar in a steamer. 9. After steaming for twenty minutes remove the jar from the steam bath. 10. Once the jar has cooled you can store it until needed. The peaches will stay fresh for several years.
16What is the topic sentence of this paragraph? Answer the following questions using the previous passage.What is the topic sentence of this paragraph?Which words in this paragraph show you order?What would be wrong with putting the fourth sentence before the second sentence?
17Skill Practice : Sequencing How do you know this is an example of sequencing?1. Kate Barlow preserved peaches which lasted for years, and you can too if you follow these few simple steps. 2. First check the jars for cracks or chips. 3. Second place the lids in boiling water to sterilize. 4.While the lids boil, wash the jars and rings in hot, soapy water. 5. Next place the boiling hot peaches and syrup into the hot, sterilized jars. 6. As soon as the jar is full within a half inch of headspace wipe the rim of the jar clean. 7. Immediately cap the jar with the hot lid. 8. Next place the jar in a steamer. 9. After steaming for twenty minutes remove the jar from the steam bath. 10. Once the jar has cooled you can store it until needed. The peaches will stay fresh for several years.
18Practice Stanley ran away from Camp Green Lake. First he had to walk across the hot desert. As soon as he became dehydrated Stanley started seeing mirages of pools of water. Stanley continued walking and noticed a rock that looked like a thumb. Although he wanted to stop, Stanley kept walking. Eventually he spotted an upside down boat called the Mary Lou. Stanley yelled, and someone yelled back. Suddenly an arm with a orange sleeve came out from under the boat and waved. Which sequence best describes the order of events in this passage? 1) Stanley began to see mirages. 2) Stanley saw God's Thumb. 3) Stanley walked towards an overturned boat. 4) An orange arm waved. 5) Stanley ran away. a) 5, 1, 2, 4, 3 b) 4, 5, 1, 3, 2 c) 5, 1, 2, 3, 4 d) 5, 3, 4, 1, 2 JUSTIFY YOUR ANSWER
19Sequencing PracticeIdentify TEN significant events that have happened in the novel thus far. (do not place them in order)You will trade with another group who will have to put each event in 1.) sequential order and 2.) narrative order.
20Exit SlipWhen he was a young boy growing up in Columbus, Ohio, George Bellows was teased unmercifully about his talent for drawing. The girls pestered him to draw pictures for them, while the boys called him a mama’s boy. At the age of ten, George decided he’s had enough. A tall, thin, awkward child, with a high-domed forehead, George did not look like an athlete. But he was determined to win a place on the Brownies baseball team. The team members laughed when George volunteers to keep score for them and write articles about the team for the local newspaper. But they appreciated the prospect of reading about themselves in the paper and he was in. For five years, George put himself through a tough training program. During the winters, he played basketball at the local Y. In the summers he played baseball as much as he could and became the star shortstop. He still drew pictures, but his success as an athlete now caused the boys to like and respect him just as much as the girls did. In his junior year at Ohio State University, the Cincinnati Reds, a major League baseball team, asked him to join their team. But George decided that art was his true calling. He quit college and left New York City, where he supported himself by playing semi-pro baseball and drawing cartoons for the newspapers. George died at the age of 42 from neglected appendicitis. By then he had achieved worldwide fame as one of the United States’ finest painters.
21Exit SlipMost of the events in this passage are presented chronologically. Which sentence is not in time sequence? Justify your answer.a. At the age of ten, George decided he’d had enough.b. By then he had achieved worldwide fame as one of the United States’ finest painters.c. He quit college and left for New York City.d. The team members laughed when George volunteered to keep score for them.
22Homework Finish Part Three (pp. 131-150) Homework Finish Part Three (pp ). How has Bradbury constructed the plot to reach this dramatic conclusion? Prepare a statement defending what you believe are the two most important turning points in the novel.