Presentation on theme: "TUESDAY, 12.9 Take 5 minutes to organize Frederick Douglass’s Awakenings and moments of Breaking Free. Awakening = realization of something for himself."— Presentation transcript:
TUESDAY, 12.9 Take 5 minutes to organize Frederick Douglass’s Awakenings and moments of Breaking Free. Awakening = realization of something for himself or of the world Breaking Free = release from personal or societal restraints (figurative)
APPENDIX What criticisms does Douglass retract in this section of his book? How does Douglass distinguish the religion of the owners from the religions of others? When was the appendix written?
COMPLETE YOUR BRAINSTORM FOR AWAKENINGS/BREAKING FREE Consider obstacles you’ve had to overcome Think about moments in your life when you have proved to yourself or to others Who are you? Who have you become? ____________________________________________________________________________________ This is not an “I have discovered basketball” moment! SUBSTANCE! THINK FREDERICK DOUGLASS!
Moment Title (General title for this event, Awakening or Breaking Free): Significance of Event (Why is this story important?): Central Idea/Purpose (What is your persuasive purpose? What goal do you wish to accomplish by the end of this story? What do you hope the readers feel/think?): Background before Event (necessary information for the reader to know in order to understand): People Involved (One or two other necessary “characters”): Setting (Where/when does the story take place?): Beginning of Event (Lead-in to the event. Rising action): Climax of Event (The action! The moment!): Resolution of Event (The ultimate conclusion, goal, and reflection):
HOMEWORK Finish your packet for our study session tomorrow. Tomorrow in class review (student led) Thursday is your Frederick Douglass Exam Friday your packet is due and begin working on narrative