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Week of monday, october 14th Week of monday, october 14th Presentation Transcript

  • Week of Monday, October th 14
  • English 9 Wednesday, October 16th Learning Intention Today, we’re learning about figurative language and how to paraphrase. Terms I need to know: • Figurative language: simile, metaphor, personification • Paraphrase: Success Criteria • If you can point out in a poem and create your own example of figurative language, you know you’ve learned it. • Also, if you can paraphrase a reading selection, you’ve learned that too.
  • Dream Reader’s Log Turn to page 902 Connect: Describe your hopes and dreams. Background: Read the background paragraph on page 902. Write down the most interesting or important sentence. Literary analysis: Write down the definitions for the terms, Figurative language: simile, metaphor, personification. Reading strategy: Write down the definition for paraphrase. Vocabulary: Create an immersed in words chart
  • Immersed in Words Chart Word Deferred Fester Barren Azure Sore Abash Experience What it isn’t Definition Picture
  • Sponge Thursday, October 17th 1. Walk in quietly 2. Pick up your notebook and sit down 3. Open notebook and answer the following question What is a poetry slam? Have you ever seen or heard one? What does it take to perform in front of an audience and share ones thoughts and feelings?
  • English 9 Poetry Turn to page 904 1. Read quietly to yourself “Dream Deferred” 2. Outline the poem What happens to a dream deferred? (restate) Does it dry up (restate) like a raisin in the sun? (restate) Or fester like a sore-- (restate) And then run? (restate) Does it stink like rotten meat? (restate) Or crust and sugar over-- (restate) like a syrupy sweet? (restate) Maybe it just sags (restate) like a heavy load. (restate) Or does it explode? (restate) *Paraphrase the poem
  • 3rd period better have their homework done. We will be checking in your work! Line from the poem Your words What happens to a dream deferred? When goals are put off, where do these goals go? Does it dry up Do the goals wither away? Or die? like a raisin in the sun? or fester like a sore-And then run? Does it stink like rotten meat? Or crust and sugar over-like a syrupy sweet? Maybe it just sags Like a heavy load. Or does it explode? Or do the goals become infected as if it were an injury?
  • Dreams Line Hold fast to dreams For if dreams die Life is a broken-winged bird That cannnot fly. Hold fast to dreams For when dreams go Life is a barren field Frozen with snow. Paraphrase
  • Summarize Dream Poem 1. After paraphrasing the poem, Dream, line by line, write a summary. 2. A summary is a brief statement about the overall meaning of the poem. 3. Compare your summary with a partner. a. Look at the similarities and differences b. Turn in summary
  • Sponge Thursday, October 17th 1. Walk in quietly 2. Pick up your notebook and sit down 3. Open notebook and answer the following question What is a poetry slam? Have you ever seen or heard one? What does it take to perform in front of an audience and share ones thoughts and feelings?
  • English 10 Thursday, October 17th Learning Intention Today, we’re learning about figurative language and how to paraphrase. Terms I need to know: • Figurative language: simile, metaphor, personification • Paraphrase: Success Criteria • If you can point out in a poem and create your own example of figurative language, you know you’ve learned it. • Also, if you can paraphrase a reading selection, you’ve learned that too.
  • Thursday, October 17th English 10 Open books to page 948 Connect: What does it mean to “start fresh”. Have you had a fresh start? Background: read and write down the most interesting and important sentence in the background paragraph. Literary analysis: Figurative language, simile, metaphor and personification Reading strategy: paraphrase Vocabulary: immersed in words chart
  • Immersed in words chart Word Experience What it isn’t Definition Countenance It’s on your head It’s not the elbow Face tremulous picture
  • Line from the poem Morning is Paraphrase- Metaphor Paraphrase Pg 953 of the day The start A new sheet of paper Is fresh for you to write on For people to begin anew Whatever you want to say all day, until night folds it up and flies it away. The bright words and the dark words are gone until dawn and a new day to write on.
  • Quote Paraphrase/Mighty kids meal Summarize/Happy meal 10 nuggets in an adult meal 6 nuggets 4 nuggets
  • Louder Than a Bomb -Documentary about a group of Chicago high school poets performing their work -A documentary is a movie that captures real life Why we are watching this: 1. Understand where these young poets draw their thoughts and feelings from. 2. Observe how they work through their fears and anxieties 3. Appreciate the spoken word—how does the audience experience it differently from reading it on paper?