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  1. 1. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 15th, 2010 <br />Objectives1) Identify and analyze tragic heroes in Modern literature2) Evaluate the philosophical, political, religious, ethical, and social influences of the historical period3) Practice and employ steps of the writing process<br />Do Now: <br />Using the vocabulary Looping tiles, work in groups of 5 and do 3 loops.<br />Agenda <br /><ul><li>Do Now: Vocabulary Looping
  2. 2. Read and complete Act IV
  3. 3. Film Clip
  4. 4. Tragic Hero Workshop
  5. 5. Inspiration board: Theology in Salem
  6. 6. Constructed Response</li></li></ul><li>Objectives1) Identify and analyze tragic heroes in Modern literature2) Evaluate the philosophical, political, religious, ethical, and social influences of the historical period3) Practice and employ steps of the writing process<br />Questions for ACT IV<br />Why does Miller focuses exclusively on Proctor at the end of the play? Why does he leave out the perspectives of the larger female roles, such as Elizabeth, Abigail, and the girls?<br />List the dynamic characters of The Crucible, in what ways are they entirely different from who they were at the beginning of this play?<br />Agenda <br /><ul><li>Do Now: Vocabulary Looping
  7. 7. Read and complete Act IV
  8. 8. Film Clip
  9. 9. Tragic Hero Workshop
  10. 10. Inspiration board: Theology in Salem
  11. 11. Constructed Response</li></li></ul><li>Objectives1) Identify and analyze tragic heroes in Modern literature2) Evaluate the philosophical, political, religious, ethical, and social influences of the historical period3) Practice and employ steps of the writing process<br />Complete Tragic Hero worksheet <br />Remember, Tragic Heroes are:<br /><ul><li>High rank
  12. 12. Nobility of character
  13. 13. A tragic flaw in character
  14. 14. A fatal mistake in judgment
  15. 15. An unhappy ending</li></ul>Agenda <br /><ul><li>Do Now: Vocabulary Looping
  16. 16. Read and complete Act IV
  17. 17. Film Clip
  18. 18. Tragic Hero Workshop
  19. 19. Inspiration board: Theology in Salem
  20. 20. Constructed Response</li></li></ul><li>Objectives1) Identify and analyze tragic heroes in Modern literature2) Evaluate the philosophical, political, religious, ethical, and social influences of the historical period3) Practice and employ steps of the writing process<br />Inspiration Brainstorm<br />With a partner, find 3 examples of religion’s presence in The Crucible<br />Plot details on Inspiration board<br />Agenda <br /><ul><li>Do Now: Vocabulary Looping
  21. 21. Read and complete Act IV
  22. 22. Film Clip
  23. 23. Tragic Hero Workshop
  24. 24. Inspiration board: Theology in Salem
  25. 25. Constructed Response</li></li></ul><li>Objective1) Identify and analyze tragic heroes in Modern literature2) Evaluate the philosophical, political, religious, ethical, and social influences of the historical period3) Practice and employ steps of the writing process<br />Constructed Response Norms<br />Plan and use graphic organizer for the first five minutes.<br />Employ the TAG formula<br />State the author and work in your introductory sentence (T)<br />Cite any specific quotations (who said it, what part of the play) and use quotation marks!<br />When you are finished, revise revise revise<br />Refrain from talking and respect the classroom as a working/testing environment<br />Agenda <br /><ul><li>Do Now: Vocabulary Looping
  26. 26. Read and complete Act IV
  27. 27. Film Clip
  28. 28. Tragic Hero Workshop
  29. 29. Inspiration board: Theology in Salem
  30. 30. Constructed Response</li>
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