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Look at the following photo and write your observations down on your observation sheet (10 points)
An Interview with Marielle Tsukamoto: A First-hand Account of Japanese Internment
Two students will come to the front of the class and read the interview
Everyone will read along
Activity Two- Writing Activity
You have been detained in a Japanese internment camp with your family.
Write a letter to a relative in Japan detailing your experience.
Why were you sent to the camp?
How did you feel?
How did the “other Americans” treat you?
What is your opinion on how you’ve been treated?
In your Reader’s Log, title a new page “Letter Home” and write today’s date
Use the proper informal letter format
The date- after February 19, 1942
Address- pacific coast
The content of the letter should reflect the experiences and concerns of the Japanese-Americans during this time period
Superficial; done without attention to detail When you do something casual/ not focused/ detailed work/ finely done The cleaner did a cursory sweeping of the floor Cursory Adj Picture representing image Definition What it is/what it isn’t Experience Word
This grading period’s assignments
Through the Tunnel Reader’s log- page 240-241
Page 251- 1, 2, 3, 5, 6 and 10
GRAMMAR- 252- 1-5
The Dog that Bit People Reader’s Log- pg 254-255
Page 261 1, 3, 4 and 8
Poetry Unit Reader’s log- pgs 264-265
Page 271- 1, 2, 3, 4, 7, 8 and 10
Newspaper- pgs 274-277
Page 277- 6, 7 and 8
Like the Sun Reader’s log- pg 278-279
Page 285- 1, 2, 3, 7 and 8
Antigone’s Reader’s Log- 770-771
787- 1, 3a, 4, 6, and 7
Antigone’s Reader’s Log part II- page 790
Page 809- 1, 2, 3, 4b and 6
Page 787- 1, 3a, 4, 6 and 7
From Desert Exile: The Uprooting of a Japanese-American Family Reader’s Log- pgs 298-299
Observation Sheet (chart)
Letter Home- Activity two 1/7/08
Page 309-1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 8
Page 310/grammar- 1-5
What do you know about imagery?
What do you think it means?
Imagery involves one or more of your five senses (hearing, taste, touch, smell, sight).
An author uses a word or phrase to stimulate your memory of those senses. These memories can be positive or negative which will contribute to the mood of your poem
Read the poem, Ode to Los Raspados (Snow Cones)
As you read, underline examples of imagery (things you can see, hear, taste, touch and smell) YOU HAVE 6 MINUTES
Group work- write down as many examples of imagery in the appropriate box- YOU HAVE 9 MINUTES
Imagery in Action
Read the poem, “Ode to My Library”
Pick out at least five images from the poem
Draw the images on the paper (You have 10 minutes)
Pass your paper to a classmate nearest to you (without getting up)
As your classmate to try to identify which images come from the poem.
Your classmate should write on the back of your paper
The lines from the poem that go with your image
You will correct your classmates “guess” and let them know if they’re right or wrong