M. marek dfms lp 84 reteach narrative 2

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  • M. marek dfms lp 84 reteach narrative 2

    1. 1. Welcome! Language ArtsMs. MarekTuesday, February 28, 2012
    2. 2. Independent Reading Retrieve your library book READ READ READ READ READ READ READ
    3. 3. 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
    4. 4. OBJECTIVE SWBAT identify and describe the setting and the mood and explain how the setting affects the characters and the mood
    5. 5. 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%
    6. 6. 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%
    7. 7. Tone The speaker/poet’s attitude toward his or her subject.
    8. 8. Mood The feeling or atmosphere of a piece that the author is trying to communicate Mood is intentional!
    9. 9. Setting The scene; where and when the narrative takes place – location – year – season – cultural event
    10. 10. 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.
    11. 11. Anne Frank Open your textbooks to pg 561, Scene 4 Let’s begin! As we read, pay close attention to the mood and setting
    12. 12. BCR Explain how the setting affects the mood. In your response, use details and examples from the play to support your answer.
    13. 13. REMINDERSREAD READ READ!Start thinking about a book youwant to read.READ READ READ!

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