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Student Objectives pp. 64 - 65 Practice analyzing the setting, character, and plot of a short story Use text marking to identify story elements Review strategies for identifying sequence of events
Activate Prior Knowledge Utterson has met Hyde and is becoming increasingly suspicious about Hyde’s connection to his friend Dr. Jekyll. What does the conversation between Dr. Jekyll and Utterson reveal about Jekyll’s relationship with Mr. Hyde?
Shared Reading & Target Words Sam Keyword: React and Write F11, We Be prepare to explain why Utterson wants to confront Dr. Jekyll. What solution could you devise to keep your feet dry in a rainstorm? What might Utterson devise to help Dr. Jekyll? Why is the maid in awe of what she sees on the foggy October night?
Answers to Questions Utterson wants to confront Dr. Jekyll about his connection to Mr. Hyde and about why Jekyll’s will leaves everything to Hyde. Devise de-vise (verb) – to plan or invent a way to do something. Example – I have no boots, so I need to devise a way to keep my feet dry.
React Write If a friend is doing something you believe is wrong, do you have a responsibility to talk to the friend about it? Why or why not? Why or why not?
Strategy Note Make Inferences Dr. Jekyll seems friendly in the beginning but then begins to act very strange when Utterson mentions Hyde. Dr. Jekyll must be hiding something from his friend.
Ask Questions Jekyll says he can get rid of Hyde whenever he wants, but at the same time cautions Utterson to follow the instructions in his will, should something happen to him. Why does Dr. Jekyll seem to contradict himself.
Sensory Details I’ve noticed that the writer describes the action using details that appeal to my senses. Describing the setting as a foggy October night helps me see and feel the damp evening. I can almost hear what is happening when I read the hideous sound of bone cracking beneath wood.
Setting Circle: It is a foggy October night. How is the maid able to see that the attacker is Edward Hyde?
Character Write – Describe Mr. Hyde, using details about his appearance and behavior. Mr. Hyde is young, and not very tall. He has a look about him that scares people. He can become violent suddenly.
Plot Write – What event makes Utterson’s nightmare come true? The nightmares come true when Hyde viciously attacks an innocent older man.
Sequence of Events Number these events 1 – 4 to put them in time order. ____ The maid’s story spread through London. ____ Hyde brutally beat the older man with his cane. ____ An older man stopped to speak to a younger man on the street. ____ The maid recognized the younger man was Edward Hyde.
Strategic Reading Story Elements Guided Practice, pp. 64-65 Sometimes what seems like a minor detail related to the setting of a story can help you understand how or why something happens.
Describe Hyde’s Appearance Hyde is smaller and younger than the other man; he carries a cane. He becomes consumed with anger; he strikes the older man in a violent rage. Hyde is cruel and frightening