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JOURNAL ENTRY Free write Friday. - In order to receive full credit for Free write Fridays, you must write a minimum of five sentences. - You are free to write about whatever topic you choose (school appropriate of course), but if you struggle to find a topic, just ask! - You are to write quietly for the first five minutes of class.
JOURNAL ENTRY : AUGUST 25, 2014 In paragraph form, describe the plot diagram. Which is a stronger emotion – love or jealousy?
CONFLICT Internal Conflict – Man vs. Self External Conflict – Man vs. Man - Man vs. Society - Man vs. Nature - Man vs. Fate
DAILY CLASSWORK Journal Entry / Discussion Review plot diagram Read : The Lady, or the Tiger? (Pg. 14) Assignment : Main Idea chart / Questions 1-4 (pg. 20) Objectives: - Learn / acknowledge conflict -Identify details from the story / plot development -Summary
MAIN IDEA CHART On a sheet of paper, create four columns: 1- Setting 2 – Characters 3 – Conflict 4 – Resolution ****For a visual example, see page 13.****
JOURNAL ENTRY : AUGUST 26, 2014 Does revenge make people feel better or worse? What actions or situations do you feel deserve to be revenged? Briefly write down what you remember about tone and mood.
TONE AND MOOD Tone – an author’s attitude toward his/her subject matter. This can be expressed through word choice, sentence structure, and figures of speech. Mood – the emotional quality of a written work. This is how you feel about the story.
DAILY CLASSWORK Read : The Cask of Amontillado (Pg. 57) Questions: 1-5 (Pg. 63)
JOURNAL ENTRY : AUGUST 27, 2014 From what did Edgar Allan Poe’s wife/mother/foster mother die from? What genre of literature is Poe credited for creating? How did Poe die?
JOURNAL ENTRY : AUGUST 28, 2014 Provide a five sentence summary of The Cask of Amontillado.
JOURNAL ENTRY : SEPTEMBER 4, 2014 Provide a four sentence summary of the short story, The Lottery.
JOURNAL ENTRY : AUGUST 29, 2014 Free Write Friday!!! Write five sentences for full credit. When you finish, turn in ALL of your binder/bell work.
JOURNAL ENTRY : SEPTEMBER 8, 2014 Copy the Academic Vocabulary terms and definitions. Analysis – the study of a literary work, separating it into parts in order to determine its nature. Argument – a statement or the main point of a piece. Author’s purpose – the reason (s) an author has for writing a piece; to inform, persuade, or entertain. Citation – the acknowledgement of ideas found in outside sources Claim – a statement or assertion presented as fact.
DAILY CLASSWORK Journal Entry / Discussion Continue reading : The Most Dangerous Game (Pg. 27) Media Center : ID pictures
JOURNAL ENTRY : SEPTEMBER 9, 2014 Copy the Academic Vocabulary words and definitions. Complex character – a character with multiple or conflicting motivations Concluding statement/section – the final sentence or section in a written selection Connotative meaning – an association for a word that is implied by the word’s ideas or qualities Counterclaim – a statement or assertion opposing the originally presented claim Credibility – the condition, quality, or power of being worthy of confidence or belief
DAILY CLASSWORK Journal Entry Read : Finish The Most Dangerous Game Questions : 1-8 (Pg. 41) and Graphic Organizer Objectives: Identify key points of the plot diagram / Analyze suspense and conflict
JOURNAL ENTRY : SEPTEMBER 10, 2014 Provide a five sentence summary of The Most Dangerous Game. Be sure to include specific details over the plot diagram. (exposition, conflict, resolution, etc.) Also, be sure to include your thoughts on the ending of the story.
WRITTEN RESPONSE Author Richard Connell makes continuous comparisons between animals to both General Zaroff and Rainsford. How does the comparison of the two relate to overall tone of the story? Is it fair to compare the characters to animals?
VOCABULARY Word Bank: Analysis / Author’s Purpose / Claim / Argument / Citation 1. the study of a literary work, separating it into parts in order to determine its nature. 2. the reason (s) an author has for writing a piece; to inform, persuade, or entertain. 3. a statement or the main point of a piece. 4. a statement or assertion presented as fact. 5. the acknowledgement of ideas found in outside sources
DAILY CLASSWORK Journal Entry / Discussion Quiz: Academic Vocabulary Quiz Test: The Most Dangerous Game PPT : Greek Gods & Goddesses Objectives: Identify key points of the plot diagram / Analyze suspense and conflict / Learn or Review Greek Mythology (Building Background)
JOURNAL ENTRY : NOVEMBER 6, 2014 - What is the difference between an independent clause and a dependent clause? - What is the difference between a sentence and a fragment? - What does “TAG” mean in regards to non- fiction articles? (We learned this yesterday…)
DAILY CLASSWORK Journal Entry / Discussion Read : Writing with Power Chapter 19 – Sentences and Sentence Fragments (Pg. 664-671) Complete : Pretest 1-5 (665) / Practice your Skills (667) / Practice your Skills (668) / Practice your Skills (671) Objectives: Grammar / Usage / Mechanics Review Identify key information in non-fiction texts Review previously learned benchmark skills
JOURNAL ENTRY : NOVEMBER 10, 2014 What would it be like to live in a world without language? If you had to lose one of your five senses, which one would you be ok without?
DAILY CLASSWORK Journal Entry / Discussion Read : The Story of my Life (pg. 340) Questions : Answer questions on page 347-348 Objectives : Understand anecdote Discuss life's obstacles in relation to the text
JOURNAL ENTRY : NOVEMBER 11, 2014 Create a Pros and Cons list on the topic of becoming dependent on technology. Include five items for each side.
DAILY CLASSWORK Journal Entry Read : Kinds of Sentence Structure (WWP 654-660) Complete : 1-10 (656) Complete : 1-10 (660) Complete : 1-5 (660) Objectives : Understand the different types of sentence structures (clauses) Practice writing multiple types of sentences