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  • From pages 520 and 521
  • Review the Parts of Plot (exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, resolution)Review the types of Irony (situational, dramatic, & situational)Review the types of Conflict (internal & external)Review the types of Conflict (external, internal)
  • Watch A & E Biography: Edgar Allen Poe
  • During Reading Activity- Active Participation & Following Along
  • Review the types of Irony (situational, dramatic, & situational)
  • After Reading Activity
  • After Reading Activity
  • Include sample FOLDABLE
  • Advanced Classes continue with The Raven and Annabell Lee

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  • 1. Wednesday, October 24, 2012Materials Needed Tasks Spiral notebook  Prepare to turn in the Pencil Drummer Boy letter Highlighter 1 sheet of notebook  Rate your final paper understanding on our scale page Drummer Boy Letter  Read today’s learning goal  Fold 1 sheet of notebook paper into 4 boxes
  • 2. By: Edgar Allen Poe Ms. Mills
  • 3. Connecting to Literary Strategy Literature You are lying in bed, trying Become actively involved to fall asleep, but a leaky in the story by making faucet will not stop predictions, logical guesses dripping. It seems to become louder and louder about upcoming events. and louder, filling the First, identify meaningful house. Anxiously, you wait details. Then, decide what for every drop. This is most likely to happen common experience based on what you know shows that at times, your from the story. imagination can exaggerate what you hear or see.
  • 4. Marzano Academic Vocabulary  Plot  Foreshadow  Suspense  Mood
  • 5. Hook
  • 6. Reflect on mood & suspense of each pictureThink about what you can SEE, the COLORS, and EMOTIONS of the characters.
  • 7. Reflect on mood & suspense of each pictureThink about what you can SEE, the COLORS, and EMOTIONS of the characters.
  • 8. Edgar Allen Poe
  • 9. Bell Work Create a list of words that evoke HORROR. What words come to my mind when someone says “HORROR”
  • 10. Think–Pair-Share  Discuss in your partner the list of words you wrote related to HORROR  Reflecting on the United Streaming Video Clip, discuss with your shoulder partner why Edgar Allen Poe was titled “The Father of Detective Fiction” and known as “The Father of Horror.”
  • 11. I will be able to analyze elements of setting,characterization, and plot in “The Tell-TaleHeart.”
  • 12. Hook
  • 13. “ The Tell-Tale Heart”Vocabulary Acute Dissimulation Profound Sagacity Match-Mine Crevice 1. Partner Up Gesticulations 2. Each person will create a picture representing what the vocabulary word Derision means. Do NOT show your partner. 3. Partner A will give directions on how to draw the picture. Partner B will listen carefully to Partner A and draw according to the directions. 4. Repeat step 3…Partner B will give directions and Partner A will draw. 5. Partners compare drawings.
  • 14. Check Point 1. What have you learned in the exposition?1. Paragraphs 1-2 pg. 523 2. How does the narrator describe himself?2. Skim page 523 3. What details indicate the3. Picture on page 524 narrator is nervous?4. Top of page 525 4. What is the narrator describing in this section?5. Skim page 525 5. Why is it important that the light shine directly on the eye (Symbolism)?
  • 15. “It is impossible to say how first the ideasentered my brain; but once conceived, ithaunted me day and night. Object there wasnone. Passion there was none. I loved the oldman. He had never wronged me. He hadnever given me insult. For his gold I had nodesire. I think it was his eye! Yes, it was this!One of his eyes resembled that of a vulture- apale blue eye, with film over it.”
  • 16. Check Point6. Bottom of page 526 6. Summarize the plot of the story so far.7. Paragraph 2 on page527 7. Describe the narrator’s8. Paragraph 4 on page behaviors when the police527 arrive.9. last paragraph on 8. Discuss the new conflictpage 527 introduced. 9. Clarify the sound the narrator hears.
  • 17. Use the Plot Sequence handout to generate ideas for your Foldable assignment
  • 18. Critical DiscussionGroup 1 Group 3Retell the steps of the Explain the conflictnarrator’s plan. Why between the narrator & thedoes he enjoy going old man. What two eventsthrough the steps in his increase the tension of thehead each night? conflict?Group 2 Group 4What does the narrator What does the heartfear? What reliable/valid symbolize? Explain thedetails indicate his fears? feelings and associations that are connected to the old man’s heart.
  • 19. Marzano Academic Vocabulary  Irony  Parallelism
  • 20. Why is this ParallelStructure? “The disease had sharpened my senses- not destroyed – not dulled them.” (Parallel: not +past tense verb used) “They heard! They suspected! They knew! (Parallel: two-word sentences; each sentence begins with a pronoun and has a past tense verb)
  • 21. Why is this ParallelStructure? “The shriek, I said, was my own in a dream. The old man, I mentioned, was absent in the country.” (This is an example of two parallel sentences. The previous samples had parallel structure within one sentence. The first sentence is structured in the same manner as the first.)
  • 22. PLOT Diagram Foldable
  • 23. During Reading Activity In Cooperative Groups, teams will read the Poe poem, Annabel Lee Use sticky notes to CLARIFY any confusing words Use the NOTES COLUMN of the poem handout to record the following: 1. examples of mood 2. ways Poe built suspense 3. suspenseful points
  • 24. During Reading Activity In Cooperative Groups, teams will read the Poe poem, The Raven Use sticky notes to CLARIFY any confusing words Use the NOTES COLUMN of the poem handout to record the following: 1. examples of mood 2. ways Poe built suspense 3. suspenseful points
  • 25. After Reading Reflective Writing Objective: You will be assessed on writing a critical reflection of the two Edgar Allen Poe poems, Annabel Lee and The Raven. Task: Write a 3 paragraph reflective paper Rubric: See handout of rubric
  • 26. After Reading Reflective Writing FormatParagraph 1- Annabel Lee  Ways Poe created the mood with imagery  Ways (How) Poe created suspense.  Examples Poe used of suspense. Paragraph 2- The Raven  Ways Poe created the mood with imagery  Ways (How) Poe created suspense.  Examples Poe used of suspense. Paragraph 3- Contrast  Discuss the differences between the two poems with specific examples  Remember your Marzano Academic Vocabulary Words
  • 27. Student Friendly 8th Grade FCAT Writing Rubric Focus Organization Support Conventions Focused and purposeful Conveys a sense of Substantial, specific, relevant, Few, if any, convention errors in6 and reflects insight into completeness and wholeness concrete. Shows commitment to and mechanics, usage, punctuation, and the writing situation. with adherence to main idea. involvement with the subject. May spelling Pattern provides for a logical use creative writing strategies. Mature progression of ideas. command of language and freshness of expression. Sentence structure is varied and complete. Focused on the topic. Organizational pattern Ample support. Mature command of Generally follows the conventions of5 provides a logical progression language, including precision in word mechanics, usage, and spelling. of ideas (some lapses may choice. Variation in sentence occur). Conveys sense of structure, and with rare exceptions, completeness or wholeness. sentences are complete. Focused on the topic and Organizational pattern is Support, including word choice, is Generally follows the conventions of4 may include extraneous or apparent, although some lapses adequate although development may mechanics, usage, and spelling. loosely related material. may occur. Exhibits some be uneven. Little variation in sentence sense of completeness or structure, and most sentences are wholeness. complete. Generally focused but may An organizational pattern has Some support included, but Knowledge of the conventions of3 contain extraneous or been attempted but may lack a development is erratic. Word choice mechanics and usage is usually loosely related material. sense of completeness or is adequate but may be limited, demonstrated, and commonly used wholeness. predictable, or occasionally vague. words are usually spelled correctly. Little, if any variation in sentence structure. Related to the topic but Little evidence of an Development is inadequate or illogical. Errors in basic conventions of2 includes extraneous or organizational pattern may be Word choice is limited, inappropriate, mechanics and usage may occur, and loosely related material. demonstrated and may lack a or vague. Little, if any variation in commonly used words may be sense of completeness or sentence structure, and gross errors in misspelled. wholeness. sentence structure may appear. May only minimally The paper is a fragmentary or Little, if any, development of support Frequent and blatant errors may occur1 address the topic. incoherent listing of related or a pattern is apparent. Limited or in the basic conventions of mechanics ideas or sentences or both. inappropriate word choice may and usage. Commonly used words obscure meaning. Gross errors in may be misspelled. sentence structure and usage.