Welcome!  Language ArtsMs. MarekMonday, February 27, 2012
Independent Reading      Retrieve your library book READ READ READ READ    READ READ READ
Schedule Monday       Drama / Stage Directions Tuesday      Setting and Mood Wednesday    Plot / Conflict Thursday     Cha...
OBJECTIVE            SWBATidentify stage            directions and analyze            author’s purpose in            using...
Stage Directions   Instructions that describe how a character moves and    speaks.     – When reading a play’s script, st...
Dialogue   The words spoken by characters when there are two    or more characters speaking together.
Monologue   A long speech by one character to    another character.    – More than one character is on stage, but      on...
Soliloquy   Acharacter is alone on stage speaking to    him/herself or to the audience.    – No other characters are on s...
Dramatic Irony   The audience knows something that the    characters do not know yet.
The Holocaust In 1933, Adolf Hitler and the Nazi party  came to power in Germany Hitler hated the Jews and began to  per...
“Forbidden for Jews”Adolf Hitler
Holocaust In 1938 Hitler invaded Poland and took  over. He quickly invaded most of the countries in  Western Europe
Europe under the Nazis in 1942
Holocaust Hitler escalated from persecution to full-  scale murder of the Jews of Europe He organized for Jews to be sen...
The gates to Auschwitz, the most famous Concentration Camp                  “Work Will Set You Free”
A massGravefilled withbodies
Anne Frank Born: June 12, 1929 Died: March, 1945 in Bergen-Belsen  Concentration Camp (15-years-old) Lived in Amsterdam...
Anne Frank
Anne Frank Hid with her family and another family for  nearly 3 years Hidden by MiepGies, a family friend and a  member ...
Anne Frank Kept a diary while she was in hiding Her father, the sole survivor in her family,  had the diary published af...
Anne Frank Open your textbooks to pg 510 Let’s begin! As we read, pay close attention to the sage  directions
BCR   Explainwhy you think the playwrights of    “The Diary of Anne Frank” use stage    directions. How do they help the ...
REMINDERSREAD READ READ!Start thinking about a book youwant to read.READ READ READ!
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    1. 1. Welcome! Language ArtsMs. MarekMonday, February 27, 2012
    2. 2. Independent Reading Retrieve your library book READ READ READ READ READ READ READ
    3. 3. Schedule Monday Drama / Stage Directions Tuesday Setting and Mood Wednesday Plot / Conflict Thursday Characterization Friday Narrative Review Mini-Quiz • ALL WEEK: Meetings during reading • FRIDAY: CELEBRATIONS
    4. 4. OBJECTIVE SWBATidentify stage directions and analyze author’s purpose in using them
    5. 5. Stage Directions Instructions that describe how a character moves and speaks. – When reading a play’s script, stage directions are often written in italics. – The audience does not hear these instructions. – Instead actors memorize them when they are practicing and then use them as suggestions for how to become a certain character.
    6. 6. Dialogue The words spoken by characters when there are two or more characters speaking together.
    7. 7. Monologue A long speech by one character to another character. – More than one character is on stage, but only one is speaking (for an extended period of time)
    8. 8. Soliloquy Acharacter is alone on stage speaking to him/herself or to the audience. – No other characters are on stage at this time
    9. 9. Dramatic Irony The audience knows something that the characters do not know yet.
    10. 10. The Holocaust In 1933, Adolf Hitler and the Nazi party came to power in Germany Hitler hated the Jews and began to persecute them – Jews were not permitted to attend school, own businesses, or even live among their Christian neighbors
    11. 11. “Forbidden for Jews”Adolf Hitler
    12. 12. Holocaust In 1938 Hitler invaded Poland and took over. He quickly invaded most of the countries in Western Europe
    13. 13. Europe under the Nazis in 1942
    14. 14. Holocaust Hitler escalated from persecution to full- scale murder of the Jews of Europe He organized for Jews to be sent to concentration camps where they were either starved, worked to death, or gassed to death
    15. 15. The gates to Auschwitz, the most famous Concentration Camp “Work Will Set You Free”
    16. 16. A massGravefilled withbodies
    17. 17. Anne Frank Born: June 12, 1929 Died: March, 1945 in Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp (15-years-old) Lived in Amsterdam, The Netherlands 1942: Went into hiding with her family in order to escape Nazi Persecution and death
    18. 18. Anne Frank
    19. 19. Anne Frank Hid with her family and another family for nearly 3 years Hidden by MiepGies, a family friend and a member of the Dutch Resistance (a group of Dutch nationals who fought against the Nazi invaders)
    20. 20. Anne Frank Kept a diary while she was in hiding Her father, the sole survivor in her family, had the diary published after the war
    21. 21. Anne Frank Open your textbooks to pg 510 Let’s begin! As we read, pay close attention to the sage directions
    22. 22. BCR Explainwhy you think the playwrights of “The Diary of Anne Frank” use stage directions. How do they help the actors? How do they help you as a reader? Make sure to use evidence from the text to support your answer.
    23. 23. REMINDERSREAD READ READ!Start thinking about a book youwant to read.READ READ READ!

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