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Bell ringer 9/16 (English III 1, 3, 4, 7, & 9) Please get reading for your Chs. 7-9 Reading Quiz.
Reading Quiz Chs. 7-9 1.Where did Holden go immediately after his fight with Stradlater? 2.How did Holden get to New York? 3.What kind of operation did Holden tell Mrs. Morrow he had to have? 4.What did Holden first want to do when he got to Penn Station? 5.Why did Holden call Faith Cavendish?
Reading Quiz Chs. 7-9 1.Where did Holden get all the money he had before he sold his typewriter? 2.When did Holden say, “Sleep tight, ya morons!”? 3.How is the lady on the train familiar with Pency? 4.When Holden looks out the window at the Edmont Hotel, what does the first man he sees put on? 5.Why does Holden call Faith Cavendish in the middle of the night?
English III EQ: How do Salinger’s choices about structure, narration, and character impact the theme of The Catcher in the Rye? Agenda Bell Ringer – Reading Quiz Chs. 7-9 Agenda/EQ Finish/Collect Crash Course Questions Character Notes Character Activity Finish for Homework
Crash Course Part 1 1.According to John Green, what is Holden looking for? What examples can you find in the chapters we have already read? 2.What techniques does Holden use to create distance between himself and strong emotion? 3.According to Green, does Holden change in this novel? How? What does he (Green) mean?
Bell Ringer 9-16 (Pd. 2) Please get out your “Phony” journal entry so that I can check it. Re-read your writing right now. Fix an errors, make all changes.
English III EQ: How do Salinger’s choices about structure, narration, and character impact the theme of The Catcher in the Rye? Agenda Bell Ringer: Journal Check Agenda/EQ Character Notes Reading Chs. 7-9 Finish for Homework
Character Characters experience varying amounts of change throughout a story. Static Characters: do not experience basic character changes throughout a story Dynamic Characters: do experience basic character change throughout a story, whether sudden or gradual.
Character Flat Not well-developed Does not have many traits Easily defined in a single sentence because we know little about the character Sometimes stereotyped Most minor characters are flat Round Well-developed Has many traits, both good and bad Not easily defined b/c we know many details about the character Realistic and life-like Most major characters are round
Character Characterization: the process by which the writer reveals the personality of a character. Revealed through direct characterization and indirect characterization. Direct Characterization tells the audience what the personality of the character is. Example: “The patient boy and quiet girl were both well mannered and did not disobey their mother.” Explanation: The author is directly telling the audience the personality of these two children. The boy is “patient” and the girl is “quiet.”
Character Indirect Characterization shows things that reveal the personality of a character. There are five different methods of indirect characterization: Speech What does the character say? How does the character speak? Thoughts What is revealed through the character’s private thoughts and feelings? Effect on others What is revealed through the character’s effect on other people? How do other characters feel or behave in reaction to the character? Actions What does the character do? How does the character behave? Looks What does the character look like? How does the character dress?
Bell Ringer 9-16 (Creative Writing) Please get out Sketch #1 (and the outline you prepared with your partner) so that I can check it.
Creative Writing EQ: How are comedic sketches structured and formatted? Agenda Bell Ringer: Comedic Sketch #1 Check Agenda/EQ Checking Format Checking Structure Sketch idea notebook Put at least 3 Premises for skits on the Sketch Idea Page Remember: a premise includes a CONFLICT
Checking Format Please get out your formatting sheets (I gave them to you in the lab on Friday) Find a partner (that you have not already worked with) Check that partner’s formatting Did they correctly use all caps? Did they correctly use bold lettering? Did they correctly indent the appropriate parts? Did they use the correct font, font size, and spacing?
Checking Structure Stay with the same partner Read each other’s sketches. In your notebooks, answer the following questions about your partner’s sketch (don’t look at his/her outline): 1.What is the conflict? Is it internal or external? 2.How is the conflict complicated? Are the events episodic or progressive? 3.What is the resolution? Does it arise naturally from the events of the sketch? Was it too easy to predict?