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How are dreams connected to identity? Several secondary driving questions will focus each section; these questions will arise from, and return to, the Question. 2014 – 2015 College and Career Ready English 3 Driving Question
How did the experience of the American Dream manifest for different people during the colonial era? Quickwrite – What is the American Dream to you? Discuss Class Norms for Conversation – To function anywhere, one must know the R.O.P.E.S. R espect/Risk O penness/Ouch P articipate/Pass E ngagement/Equality S afe/Sensitive
Create characteristic list. As a group, prioritize the final list. Turn and Share: Create a list of 5 most important characteristics of the American Dream. Prioritize your list; when sharing, duplicate answers will not be accepted.
Look – Write statements that begin “I SEE ….” and explain what you see. - actual elements - symbolic elements Think – Write statements that begin “I THINK…” and explain what you think - happens next - just happened Wonder – Write statements That begin with “I WONDER…” and explain what you wonder - about the painting - about the painter
Look at your list of dream characteristics. Do any apply to this painting?
Distribute Writing Wheel Read the Driving Question Review the summative writing options. Wordbox – Any job is easier with the proper tools. Being equipped with a strong vocabulary is key to the ability to express yourself in any situation. These words will help as we go forward this year. We will add to it periodically WordBox – Write each word under the heading that best describes your relationship with the word. Allegory Apostrophe Conceit Covenant of GraceDidactic PoetryThe Great Awakening IdealismLyric poetryOxymoron ParallelismPragmatismSermon Stranger AcquaintanceFriend Unfamiliar, recognized; seems familiar known, no sense of meaning or use comfortable
allegory al·le·go·ry [al-uh-gawr-ee, -gohr-ee] 1. a representation of an abstract or spiritual meaning through concrete or material forms; figurative treatment of one subject under the guise of another. 2. a symbolical narrative: the allegory of Animal Farm S.S - what allegorical meanings this painting might have regarding dreams? Refer to the list of terms we created for the American Dream…connections?