Anaya, Rudolfo, "Grandfathers"

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  • “Facts interest me less then the trailing smoke of stories.”
  • “Facts interest me less then the trailing smoke of stories.”
  • “Facts interest me less then the trailing smoke of stories.”
  • “Facts interest me less then the trailing smoke of stories.”
  • “Facts interest me less then the trailing smoke of stories.”
  • “Facts interest me less then the trailing smoke of stories.”
  • “Facts interest me less then the trailing smoke of stories.”
  • Anaya, Rudolfo, "Grandfathers"

    1. 1. DO NOW 11/2 • How much should the traditions of your family and culture influence your life? Are the old ways always the best ways? Why or why not?
    2. 2. CHAMPS: DIRECT INSTRUCTION C: No conversations H: Raise your hand if you need help or have a question. Wait to be called on A: following along and taking notes M: In assigned seat. No hall pass or pencil sharpening P: Listen Attentively S: Verbal sign to stop
    3. 3. A CELEBRATION OF GRANDFATHERS R U D O L F O A . A N A Y A
    4. 4. TODAY’S OBJECTIVE • Students will be able to understand indirect and direct characterization, static characters and dynamic characters. Students will prove this by completing a graphic organizer and an exit slip.
    5. 5. THE AUTHOR: RUDOLFO A. ANAYA • Born and raised in New Mexico • fascinated by cultural crossings unique to the Southwest, a combination of Old Spain and New Spain, of Mexico with Mesoamerica and the anglicizing forces of the twentieth century. • Widely acclaimed as the founder of modern Chicano literature. • According to the New York Times, he is the most widely read author in Hispanic communities. • His works are standard texts in Chicano studies and literature courses around the world, and he has done more than perhaps any other single person to promote
    6. 6. A CONVERSATION WITH RUDOLFO ANAYA
    7. 7. CHARACTERIZATION CHARACTERIZATION- THE WAY A WRITER CREATES AND DEVELOPS CHARACTERS’ PERSONALITIES IS KNOWN AS CHARACTERIZATION.
    8. 8. DIRECT CHARACTERIZATION DIRECT CHARACTERIZATION - THE AUTHOR MAKES DIRECT COMMENTS ABOUT THE CHARACTER’S PERSONALITY OR NATURE THROUGH THE VOICE OF THE NARRATOR.
    9. 9. INDIRECT CHARACTERIZATION INDIRECT CHARACTERIZATION - THE WRITER DESCRIBES THE CHARACTER’S PHYSICAL APPEARANCE, MAY PRESENT THE WRITER’S THOUGHTS SPEECH AND ACTIONS. THE WRITER MAY ALSO PRESENT IMPORTANT THOUGHTS SPEECH AND ACTION OF OTHER CHARACTERS THAT DESCRIBE THE CHARACTER.
    10. 10. STATIC CHARACTERS S TAT I C C H A R A C T E R - I S O N E W H O R E M A I N S T H E S A M E T H R O U G H O U T T H E S TO RY. T H E C H A R A C T E R M AY E X P E R I E N C E E V E N T S A N D H AV E I N T E R A C T I O N S W I T H O T H E R C H A R A C T E R S , B U T H E O R S H E I S N O T C H A N G E D B E C A U S E O F T H E M .
    11. 11. DYNAMIC CHARACTERS One who undergoes important changes as a plot unfolds. The changes occur because of his or her actions and experiences in the story. The change is usually internal and may be good or bad. Main characters are usually, though not always, dynamic.
    12. 12. VOCABULARY (QUIZ FRIDAY) Epidemic- a widespread occurrence of an infectious disease in a community. Descendant- a person, plant or animal that is descended from its ancestor. Impulse- a sudden strong and unreflective urge to act. Fleeting- lasting for a very short time. Romanticize- to view in an unrealistic or sentimental way. Reverie- a state of being lost in one’s thoughts. A daydream.
    13. 13. TODAY’S ACTIVITY 1/27 Read the article “Simply Grand” on page 231. Answer questions on 235 Complete characterization graphic organizer and questions on page 229.
    14. 14. TODAY’S ACTIVITY • Read the story (224-228) • Answer the questions on page 229 • Complete the graphic organizer, characterizing the grandfather in the story.
    15. 15. INDEPENDENT WORK CHAMPS C Minimal, whisper, on topic H Ask someone near you first A Independent assignment M Stay in your assigned seat P on task and completing activity S Teacher will give you a verbal signal when time is up.
    16. 16. DAY 2
    17. 17. DO NOW 1/25 From your memory only, describe with the most detail possible, a favorite family member. Use imagery (descriptive language that evokes the senses) where ever possible.
    18. 18. TODAY’S OBJECTIVE • Students will be able to understand indirect and direct characterization, static characters and dynamic characters. Students will prove this by completing a graphic organizer and an exit slip.
    19. 19. CHARACTERIZATION DIRECT CHARACTERIZATION - THE AUTHOR MAKES DIRECT COMMENTS ABOUT THE CHARACTER’S PERSONALITY OR NATURE THROUGH THE VOICE OF THE NARRATOR.
    20. 20. CHARACTERIZATION INDIRECT CHARACTERIZATION - THE WRITER DESCRIBES THE CHARACTER’S PHYSICAL APPEARANCE, MAY PRESENT THE WRITER’S THOUGHTS SPEECH AND ACTIONS. THE WRITER MAY ALSO PRESENT IMPORTANT THOUGHTS SPEECH AND ACTION OF OTHER CHARACTERS THAT DESCRIBE THE CHARACTER.
    21. 21. STATIC & DYNAMIC CHARACTERS S TAT I C C H A R A C T E R - I S O N E W H O R E M A I N S T H E S A M E T H R O U G H O U T T H E S TO RY. T H E C H A R A C T E R M AY E X P E R I E N C E E V E N T S A N D H AV E I N T E R A C T I O N S W I T H O T H E R C H A R A C T E R S , B U T H E O R S H E I S N O T C H A N G E D B E C A U S E O F T H E M . D Y N A M I C C H A R A C T E R - O N E W H O U N D E R G O E S I M P O RTA N T C H A N G E S A S A P L O T U N F O L D S . T H E C H A N G E S O C C U R B E C A U S E O F H I S O R H E R A C T I O N S A N D E X P E R I E N C E S I N T H E S TO RY. T H E C H A N G E I S U S U A L LY I N T E R N A L A N D M AY
    22. 22. INDEPENDENT WORK CHAMPS C Minimal, whisper, on topic H Ask someone near you first A Independent assignment M Stay in your assigned seat P on task and completing activity S Teacher will give you a verbal signal when time is up.
    23. 23. TODAY’S ACTIVITY • Finish reading the story (224-228) • Answer the questions on page 229 • Complete the graphic organizer, characterizing the grandfather in the story.
    24. 24. EXIT SLIP • Was either (or both) the narrator or the grandfather a dynamic character? Explain. • Was the grandfather described with direct or indirect characterization? Provide 2-3 examples to prove your answer.
    25. 25. DO NOW 1/26 (QUIZ TODAY) 1.Create flash cards for the vocabulary words (reverie, descendant, impulse, fleeting, romanticize, epidemic) and the following terms: direct characterization, indirect characterization, static character and dynamic character. 2.Once you have made the flashcards spend about 8-10 minutes studying using the flash cards.
    26. 26. TODAY’S ACTIVITY 1/27 Read article on page 231 and answer questions 1- 4 on page 235. Complete homework that was due today if necessary

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