Welcome! Language ArtsMs. MarekTuesday, February 28, 2012
Independent Reading Retrieve your library book READ READ READ READ READ READ READ
Schedule Monday Drama / Stage Directions Tuesday Setting and Mood Wednesday Plot / Conflict Thursday Characterization Friday Narrative Review Mini-Quiz • ALL WEEK: Meetings during reading • FRIDAY: CELEBRATIONS
OBJECTIVE SWBAT identify and describe the setting and the mood and explain how the setting affects the characters and the mood
Objective3.A.3.c. - Identify anddescribe the setting and the moodand explain how the settingaffects the characters and themood Mastery Scores on unit test: Team Yale: 69.3 Team Princeton: 70.8% Team Harvard: 69.3%
Objective 3.A.4.d. - Identify andexplain other poetic elementssuch as setting, mood, tone, etc.,that contribute to meaning Mastery Scores on unit test: Team Yale: 42.6% Team Princeton: 38.1% Team Harvard: 46.7%
Tone The speaker/poet’s attitude toward his or her subject.
Mood The feeling or atmosphere of a piece that the author is trying to communicate Mood is intentional!
Setting The scene; where and when the narrative takes place – location – year – season – cultural event
Setting and Mood Physical settings help set the mood of the poem – a poem set in a beautiful nature scene may relax the reader – a poem set in the aftermath of a bloody battle sets a mood full of death and suffering.
Anne Frank Open your textbooks to pg 561, Scene 4 Let’s begin! As we read, pay close attention to the mood and setting
BCR Explain how the setting affects the mood. In your response, use details and examples from the play to support your answer.
REMINDERSREAD READ READ!Start thinking about a book youwant to read.READ READ READ!