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Procedure Expectations Sit in assigned seat (must be seated by bell) Take out your independent reading book You will have 10 minutes to read silently Silent and individual No technology Friday, September 4
Objectives I can demonstrate mastery of List 2 word parts on a vocabulary quiz I can explain the difference between direct and indirect characterization I can analyze how direct and indirect characterization of Gilgamesh shows what type of ruler he is
News & Notes Office Hours Stapling Turn in HW NWEA 4 minutes to study!
Characterization The process by which the author reveals the personality of a character
Characterization Direct Characterization Author tells what personality of the character is “The patient boy and quiet girl were both well mannered and did not disobey the mother.”
Characterization Direct Characterization Author tells what personality of the character is “The patient boy and quiet girl were both well mannered and did not disobey the mother.” Indirect Characterization Author shows things that reveal the personality of the character
STEAL Chart Speech What does the ch say? Speak? Thoughts What is revealed through ch’s thoughts/feelings? Effects on others How do other chs feel/behave in reaction to main ch? Actions What does ch do? Behave? Looks What does ch look like? Dress?
Speech Many of the words spoken by the cat at the beginning of the story have an upbeat connotative meaning. For instance, the cat says to the children, “But we can have / Lots of fun that is funny!” ( 7).
Thoughts So all we could do was to Sit! And we did not like it. Not one little bit (3)
Effects on Others Throughout the first three quarters of the story, three different illustrations portray the fish scowling at the c at (11, 25, and 37) immediately after each of the cat’s activities. When the cat returns to clean up his mess at the end of the story the fish is shown with a smile on his face (57).
Actions On page 18, the cat engages in “UP- UP-UP with a fish” an activity that involves the cat standing on a ball while balancing seven objects. Later in the story, the cat releases two “things” that fly kites inside the house.
Looks Throughout the first three-quarters of the story, the cat is shown with a smile on his face. Towards the end of the story, however, when the cat is told to leave, he is shown leaving the house with slumped shoulders and a sad face.
Journal #2 What type of king is Gilgamesh in chapter 1? In your answer, think about: What type of qualities is Gilgamesh presented with What do citizens and the gods say about him The reason for/consequence of bringing Enkidu into the story
Due Wednesday Read Ch. 2 pages 70-77 Annotate Text