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883 page to filmmonday 09292014

  1. 1. Monday 09292014 These slides are for instructional purposes only. Content and sequence is subject to change.
  2. 2. English Website • http://eng110htms.blogspot.com/
  3. 3. Everyday Edit • Everyday Edits for September • California Statehood • Columbia CA 1850's Time Machine • Why do we need to know about this? • How will knowing about this make us smarter. • Where is Hollywood? • Why is Hollywood important? • How do you support what goes on in Hollywood?
  4. 4. Homework: Probable Passage • Use the word list to write a paragraph or passage. Rules: • Use ALL of the words • Use the words in the same order as they appear on the list. • Underline italicized words. Movies Books Wizard of Oz Willie Wonka & the Chocolate Factory Images Words Pacing Actions Screen Harry Potter Jumangi Cat in the Hat 90 minutes Characters Plot Talents Actors Costumes Musicians Magic Filmmaking
  5. 5. • Movies are made from books. Wizard of Oz and Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory are good examples of books made into movies. Images and words turn into fast pacing as actions come alive on the big screen. Harry Potter and Jumangi are examples of fast paced movies made from books. Cat in the Hat is a short book that had to take up 90 minutes with weird characters and a convoluted plot. Talents are important: Jim Carey made a good Cat because he can act maniacal. Costumes are really important too. Musicians add tone to the movie making it dramatic or sad or scary or exciting. There is magic in filmmaking. Filmmakers can make images come to life on the big screen. Hollywood is a place where dreams come “true.”
  6. 6. HOMEWORK DUE WEDNESDAY • In your homework notebook, write about your favorite movie. • Title_____________ • When I saw it ___________(time of year, age) • Who was with me_____________ • How many times watched________________ • I own it _____ (or I plan to own it) • Why I like this movie sooooo much_________ (tell all the details!)
  7. 7. Timed Partner Reading • With a partner, read page 882. • You have 3 minutes. • You will use this page as a reference to help you with today’s work, so don’t forget that you read it!
  8. 8. Timed Reading • Open your book to page 883. Please read silently… • Read pages 883-886. • You have 5 minutes. • At the end of those 5 minutes, we will turn and talk about what we read. • DO NOT talk until the 5 minute reading time is up.
  9. 9. • Look at the chart on page 887 • Draw this chart in your notebook. Copy it! • Do this quickly—you have 3 minutes. • Don’t talk about it, just do it. Working with a partner: • Go back into the article to find Examples and Explanations to write in and complete your charts. • Write this sentence under your chart in your classwork notebook: My chart partner is ______(name)________
  10. 10. Library Groups and Expectations Orange Groups 1-4 Blue Groups 5-8
  11. 11. 3 important ideas or concepts we learned from the Everyday Edit and video clip… (Better to write complete sentences; just saying.) 2 ways the homework connected with the reading. 1 connection: How are today’s reading and discussion related to California?
  12. 12. REV IT Up: Words & Meanings Stoic: shows no emotion Repress: hold back Maniacal: acting wild & crazy Painstakingly: going or working slowly & carefully Lilting: pleasant, light, musical Refinement: polite, good taste and manners Pedestrian: common, ordinary, not interesting Infuriate: to become (suffix –ate) angry, furious Condescending: to make others feel low, small or stupid Contrite: feeling sorry or ashamed for your actions or words
  13. 13. REV Sentences: Context • A stoic person doesn’t show any emotion, even when bad things happen. • If you repress a feeling, you hold back or keep it inside. • When you act maniacal, you act wild and crazy, like a maniac. • When you do something painstakingly, you do it very slowly and carefully.
  14. 14. • Movies are made from books. Wizard of Oz and Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory are good examples of books made into movies. Images and words turn into fast pacing as actions come alive on the big screen. Harry Potter and Jumangi are examples of fast paced movies made from books. Cat in the Hat is a short book that had to take up 90 minutes with weird characters and a convoluted plot. Talents are important: Jim Carey made a good Cat because he can act maniacal. Costumes are really important too. Musicians add tone to the movie making it dramatic or sad or scary or exciting. There is magic in filmmaking. Filmmakers can make images come to life on the big screen. Hollywood is a place where dreams come “true.”
  15. 15. • If a sound is lilting, it is pleasantly light and musical. • If you show refinement, you act politely and show good taste. • Something that is pedestrian is so common and ordinary that it is not interesting. • When someone or something infuriates you, it makes you extremely angry, even furious.
  16. 16. • When you are condescending to others, you talk down to them making them feel unimportant or stupid. • If you are contrite, you are very sorry or ashamed.

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