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12/8/14 Do Now: -Take out your Crucible books and Post-It Notes. -Prepare for your reading roles. Homework: Forbidden Diary #1 due Monday by 11:59pm on TurnItIn.com Content Objective: Content Objective: Students will gain continue reading The Crucible and use Post-It Notes to track important information about characters, plot, themes, and rhetorical appeals. Language Objective: Students will record their findings on Post-It Notes in their Crucible books and the character trait graphic organizers.
Reading Roles(Period 3): Act 2: Bianca – Francis Nurse Sakura – Herrick Paul – Cheever Shirley – Francis Jake – Giles Brandon – Hale Micaela – Mary Warren Frank E – Proctor Lindsey – Elizabeth Act 3: AJ L – Hathorne Heeyeon –Martha Warren AJ M – Giles Melanie – Francis Nick – Herrick Jun – Danforth Amanda – Mary Warren George – Hale Alina – Cheever Frank N – Putnam Monica – John Proctor Ana – Abigail Bri P – Mary Lewis Act 4: Alejandra – Herrick Matt A – Hale Bri V. – Sarah Good Andrew – John Proctor – Rebecca Proctor – Tituba – Hopkins – Danforth – Cheever – Parris – Elizabeth – Hathorne
Reading Roles(Period 5): Act 2: Ralph – Francis Nurse Guadalupe – Herrick James – Cheever Michelle – Francis Gabriel – Giles John – Hale Allison – Mary Warren Mike – Proctor Ayleen– Elizabeth Act 3: Steve – Hathorne Nicole –Martha Warren Ralph – Giles Melissa – Francis Julia – Herrick Natalie – Danforth Leanna – Mary Warren Victoria – Hale Gabriel – Cheever Mike – Putnam Noah – John Proctor Carolina – Abigail Ayleen – Mary Lewis Act 4: Allison – Herrick Noah – Hale Michelle– Sarah Good Mike – John Proctor Carolina – Elizabeth Proctor Melissa – Rebecca Nicole – Tituba Steve – Hopkins Natalie – Danforth Julia – Cheever Leanna – Parris Victoria– Hathorne
Rhetorical Devices A rhetorical device uses words in a certain way to convey meaning or to persuade. It can also be a technique to evoke interest and emotion on the part of the reader or audience. Rhetorical Appeals: the three main avenues by which people are persuaded: Logos: Strategy of reason, logic, or facts. Any type of argument which appeals to someone’s rational side is appealing to logos. Ethos: Strategy of credibility, authority, or character. Appeals to ethos demonstrate the author’s trustworthiness, expertise and honesty and attempt to put the author in a more positive light to the audience. Pathos: Strategy of emotions and affect (the way the piece makes us feel). Pathos appeals to an audience’s sense of anger, sorrow, pity, or excitement.
Example of Diary Written from Reverend Parris’ Perspective Dear Diary, My daughter, Betty, did not wake up this morning and I am worried that she might be bewitched. I found Betty, Abigail, and many other girls from the village dancing in the forest early this morning. Abigail told me that they were only having fun, but I saw that they were dancing around a cauldron and they were boiling something in it, perhaps a toad. This leads me to believe that they may have been communicating with the Devil. I do not want to believe that my daughter and niece are involved in witchcraft, but if they are, I am in trouble. Many villagers in Salem already seem to have a problem with me and if they find out that my own family is involved with the Devil, my enemies can use this information against me to throw me out of power. I like being in charge here and this could ruin me. I hope that Betty wakes up soon.
Nick Frank N Bri P.Frank E Heeyeon Shirley George Jun Alina Brandon Melanie Monica Alejandra Bri V. Bianca Jake AJ Magee. Lindsey Sakura Micaela Paul AmandaAna Teachers Desk SmartBoard DoorDoor WindowsWindows AJ Lovallo Andrew Matt A. Period 3
Ayleen Gabriel Carolina Mike Ralph Nicole Noah James Victoria Alexan dra Guadal upe Melissa John Natalie Allison Julia Leanna Steve Teachers Desk SmartBoard DoorDoor WindowsWindows Michelle Period 5
CharacterCharacter’s Trait (Consider Speech, Thoughts, Effect on others, Actions, Looks) Example or QuotationWhat does the example or quotation reveal about the character? Parris1. 2. 1. “He believed he was being persecuted wherever he went, despite his best efforts to win people and God to his side” (3) 2. 1. 2. Putnam1. 2. 1. “He was a man with many grievances” (14) 2. 1. 2.
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