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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, Review the types of Conflict (external, internal)
  • Watch A & E Biography: Edgar Allen Poe
  • During Reading Activity- Active Participation & Following Along
  • After Reading Activity
  • After Reading Activity
  • Include sample FOLDABLE
  • Advanced Classes continue with The Raven and Annabell Lee
  • Transcript

    • 1. By: Edgar Allen Poe
      Ms. Mills
    • 2. Connecting to Literature
      Literary Strategy
      You are lying in bed, trying to fall asleep, but a leaky faucet will not stop dripping. It seems to become louder and louder and louder, filling the house. Anxiously, you wait for every drop. This common experience shows that at times, your imagination can exaggerate what you hear or see.
      Become actively involved in the story by making predictions, logical guesses about upcoming events. First, identify meaningful details. Then, decide what is most likely to happen based on what you know from the story.
    • 3. Marzano Academic Vocabulary
      Plot
      Foreshadow
      Suspense
      Mood
      Symbol
      Irony
      Conflict
    • 4. Edgar Allen Poe
      Now that you have watched the A & E Biography, explain who Poe was.
    • 5. Pre-Reading Activities
      Use your white boards to list words that evoke HORROR.
      What words come to my mind when someone says “HORROR”
    • 6. Think–Pair-Share
      Discuss in your teams the list of words you wrote related to HORROR
      Reflecting on the United Streaming Video Clips, discuss with your shoulder partner why Edgar Allen Poe was titled “The Father of Detective Fiction.”
    • 7. Reflect on mood & suspense of each picture
      Think about what you can SEE, the COLORS, and EMOTIONS of the characters.
    • 8. Reflect on mood & suspense of each picture
      Think about what you can SEE, the COLORS, and EMOTIONS of the characters.
    • 9. “It is impossible to say how first the ideas entered my brain; but once conceived, it haunted me day and night. Object there was none. Passion there was none. I loved the old man. He had never wronged me. He had never given me insult. For his gold I had no desire. I think it was his eye! Yes, it was this! One of his eyes resembled that of a vulture- a pale blue eye, with film over it.”
    • 10. Use the Plot Sequence handout to generate ideas for your Foldable assignment
    • 11.
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    • 13. Create a PLOT Diagram Foldable
      PLOT Diagram Foldable
    • 14.
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    • 17. 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
    • 18. 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
    • 19. 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
    • 20. After Reading Reflective Writing Format
      Paragraph 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
      • 21. Remember your Marzano Academic Vocabulary Words