Lyddie: Lesson four, Unit 1

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Lyddie: Lesson four, Unit 1

  1. 1. DO NOW Checking for Understanding Entry Task QUIZ!! • On your own today! • You MAY use your Notes • You may NOT use the book 
  2. 2. Lyddie Reading Chapters 3-4 Chapter Setting Characters Plot How do the setting, character and/ or plot interact? 3 Lyddie Lyddie arrives at the tavern and is amazed by the things she sees: the huge building, a stagecoach, a woman dressed in a fine dress, the kitchen. What do Triphena and Mistress Cutler think of Lyddie when she arrives? Lyddie feels out of place because she’s dressed to poorly and the women are rude to her. What are the working conditions like in the tavern? Cutler’s tavern Mistress Cutler Triphena (the cook) Mistress Cutler mistakes her for a beggar because Lyddie is dirty and dressed in her homemade clothes. Triphena says she is ugly. Lyddie had to work hard, the mistress was tough on her, she slept in a hot, stuffy space, and she was often hungry.
  3. 3. Lyddie Definitions Check your packet and add: tavern: (18) a bar & restaurant that also has hotel rooms homespun: (20) made at home garment: (23) a piece of clothing
  4. 4. Lyddie Definitions Check your packet and add: servitude: (23) being forced to obey someone else comrade: (25) friend, especially someone who shares difficult work or circumstances
  5. 5. Lyddie Definitions What new words did you define? • • •
  6. 6. Chapter Setting Characters Plot How do the setting, character and/ or plot interact? 4 Lyddie Triphena begins to like Lyddie for her hard working attitude. She tells the frog story. Describe Lyddie’s relationship with Triphena. Triphena is becoming nicer now that she sees Lyddie is a hard worker. Cutler’s Tavern Mistress Cutler Triphena Willie Hired men (Otis and Enoch) Charlie visits her. He is also working hard. Lyddie worries for him and the house. When Charlie comes to visit, how does Lyddie react? Lyddie wants to talk about important things with Charlie, but can’t with others around. Lyddie hears about She is worried about him rewards for turning in being small & not eating escaped slaves. enough. More work comes with the spring. How does spring change the work being done at the tavern? Now she has to take care of the animals, clarify syrup and mold it into fancy shaped sugar.
  7. 7. Lyddie Definitions Check your packet and add: mean: (27) not generous; stingy secretive: (29) keeping one’s thoughts, actions or intentions hidden calicoes: (29) lightweight cotton fabrics
  8. 8. Lyddie Definitions anxieties: (31) worries practiced skill: (32) special skill or knowledge you learn by training or experience fugitive: (33) someone who is hiding from the authorities
  9. 9. Lyddie Definitions What new words did you define? • • •
  10. 10. Lyddie Learning Objectives I can analyze how plot, character and setting interact in Lyddie. I can use context clues – in a sentence and on a page – to determine the meaning of unknown words.
  11. 11. Lyddie Learning Objectives By engaging in a discussion with my partner, I can analyze one section of Lyddie to deepen my understanding of the plot, characters, and setting.
  12. 12. Lyddie Discussion Appointments
  13. 13. Lyddie Discussion Appointments Meet with a partner NEXT TO THE SHUTTLE • Read along as we read Chapter 5 • Notice that Chapter 5 Notes already done for you! • Pay attention on page # 38!!
  14. 14. Lyddie Discussion Appointments Chapter 6 – Excerpt on page # 43 • Analyze the interaction between Ezekial and Lyddie • Use “Thinkmarks” to write down words or phrases that show characters’ feelings and why he or she acts that way
  15. 15. Lyddie Discussion Appointments What did you write down? • • •
  16. 16. Lyddie Discussion Appointments What did you write down? • • •
  17. 17. Lyddie Discussion Appointments Text-Dependent Questions Worksheet: • Page # 43 • Work with your partner • Answer in complete sentences! • Answer ALL questions • Raise your hand when done
  18. 18. Lyddie Text-Dependent Questions Question 1. The text says: “It was half the Stevenses’ calf by right’, she said, trying to diminish for both of them the enormity of what she had done” (43). What do diminish and enormity mean? How do context clues help you figure that out? What does this sentence help us to infer about how they are feeling? Answer
  19. 19. Lyddie Text-Dependent Questions Question 2. “She felt leaden with sadness” (43). What does the word leaden mean? How do you know? What is making her feel “leaden with sadness?” Answer
  20. 20. Lyddie Text-Dependent Questions Question 3. Why did Lyddie give Ezekiel the money? What character trait(s) does this show? Answer
  21. 21. Lyddie Text-Dependent Questions Question 4. Select one person to be Lyddie and one person to be Ezekial. Practice reading the dialogue on page # 43. You should use what you have learned from this close read to bring the characters to life. Your voices should convey the feelings and thoughts of the characters. Answer
  22. 22. Lyddie Learning Objectives By engaging in a discussion with my partner, I can analyze one section of Lyddie to deepen my understanding of the plot, characters, and setting.
  23. 23. Lyddie Homework Homework • Finish reading Chapters 6-7 • Complete Reader’s Notes for Chapters 6-7 • Be prepared for a quiz tomorrow!

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