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Harrison bergeron

  1. 1. Do Now 9/5 0 What would the world be like if everyone were the same—average intelligence, talents, appearance, and strength—and no one was better than anyone else? How do you think people would act toward each other? Would they be happy and satisfied?
  2. 2. C: No conversations H: Raise your hand if you need help or have a question. Wait to be called on A: following along and taking notes M: In assigned seat. No hall pass or pencil sharpening P: Listen Attentively S: Verbal sign to stop
  3. 3. 0SWBAT: Learn new vocabulary and the four different types of conflict. Students will prove comprehension by reading a story, and analyzing it for vocabulary and discern the kind of conflict in the story.
  4. 4. 0 He was an American journalist and a writer. 0 Married with three kids and then later adopted his sister’s kids when she died. 0 Mother committed suicide 0 Wrote about war, brutality, fantasy and technology 0 Rather than get kicked out of college, he joined the army. 0 He was a P.O.W. in Germany, which inspired his novel, ”Slaughterhouse Five”
  5. 5. The conflict is the tension or opposition between forces in the plot. It is introduced in the inciting action. Four Major Types of Conflict: 1. Character vs. Character (Man vs. Man) 2. Character vs. Nature (Man vs. Nature) 3. Character vs. Society (Man vs. Society) 4. Character vs. Self (Man vs. Himself)
  6. 6. Each of the next slides will have two photos pictures beneath them. Which of the two images matches the term and definition presented in the slide?
  7. 7. Character vs. Character 0 When the main character struggles with another character. This can be in the form of arguments, conflicting desires, opposing goals, physical confrontations or emotional dilemmas
  8. 8. Character vs. Nature 0 the conflict in the story is between the main character(s) and forces of nature that are out of the characters' control.
  9. 9. Character vs. Society 0 When the character is repressed by society and not by a specific character.
  10. 10. Character vs. Self The conflict is in the character’s mind. When a character struggles with moral dilemmas, emotional challenges or desires he or she deems unsavory, the conflict is with the character's own soul or conscience.
  11. 11. Vocabulary
  12. 12. vigilance 0 Noun. Alert attention, watchfulness 0 It is because of their vigilance that we are safe.
  13. 13. wince 0 Verb. to shrink or flinch involuntarily, especially in pain 0 When the new couch arrived, the couple winced at it’s ugliness.
  14. 14. consternation 0 Noun. Confused amazement or fear 0 Upon realizing the dog could climb trees, the kitty was filled with consternation.
  15. 15. cower 0 Verb. To crouch down in fear 0 Once she realized she was trapped in a mad man’s painting, she cowered in the corner of the frame.
  16. 16. synchronize 0 Verb. To match the timing of 0 The divers synchronized their routine.
  17. 17. neutralize 0 Verb. to counteract or cancel the effect of 0 The bad smell in the car was neutralized with a powerful spray.
  18. 18. 1. Read “Harrison Bergeron” on pages 34-40 as a group. 2. One person should read a few paragraphs and then pass it on to the next person. (If you are extremely uncomfortable reading, read two to three sentences and then pass it on.) 3. Once the reading is complete, answer questions (1- 6 and8-10) on page 41 as a group. Turn in one copy of your answers. Make sure every group member’s name is on the work.
  19. 19. CHAMPS: Group Work 0C Minimal, quiet, on topic 0H Ask someone near you first 0A group assignment 0M Stay in your assigned seat/area 0P on task and completing activity as a group 0S Teacher will give you a verbal signal when time is up.
  20. 20. DAY 2
  21. 21. Do Now 9/7 0Use each of the following vocabulary words correctly in a complete sentence (YOU MAY USE YOUR NOTES): 1. Consternation 2. Cower 3. Neutralizing 4. Synchronizing 5. Vigilance 6. Wince REMINDER: UNIT TEST TUESDAY!
  22. 22. 01. DO NOW 02. COLLECT AND GRADE HOMEWORK 03. FINISH CLASS WORK (20 MINUTES MAX) 04. GALLERY WALK 05. SHARE OUT 06. EXIT SLIP
  23. 23. 0SWBAT: Practice new vocabulary and the four different types of conflict. Students will prove comprehension by analyzing short stories and practicing vocab.
  24. 24. 0Each group will be given a hand out with a series of questions about the six stories posted around the class room. 0Who is (are) the main character(s) in the story? 0What is the conflict of the story? 0Which kind of conflict does it represent? 0How was the conflict resolved?
  25. 25. 0Your group will need to: 01. Choose a scribe, facilitator, researcher and presenter. 02. The facilitator should first read the story to the group in each story and then— 04. decide which of the four conflicts it represents. 05. The researcher(s) will use their notes to help solve the problem. 06. At your last story, your presenter will share-out your response for that poster. 0The scribe will record the group’s answers.
  26. 26. 0 C Quiet, on topic 0 H Ask three, then me 0 A group assignment 0 M Stay with your group at all times 0 P on task and completing activity as a group 0 S Teacher will give you a verbal signal when time is up at each poster.
  27. 27. In Harrison Bergeron, what was the main conflict? 2. Which of the four types of conflict does it represent? 3. How do you know you achieved the objective?
  28. 28. Day 3: Assessment
  29. 29. 0 Make flashcards for your vocabulary words and for the Freytag’s Pyramid terms. Then study them with a friend in your group or alone. 1. Consternation 2. Cower 3. Neutralizing 4. Synchronizing 5. Vigilance 6. Wince 1. Exposition 2. Inciting Action 3. Rising Actions 4. Climax 5. Falling Actions 6. Resolution 7. Denouement/Cata strophe
  30. 30. 01. Do Now 02. Collect and grade homework 03. Jeopardy 04. Unit Test 05. Practice root “syn”
  31. 31. C: No conversations H: Raise your hand if you need help or have a question. Wait to be called on A: following along and taking notes M: In assigned seat. No hall pass or pencil sharpening P: Listen Attentively S: Verbal sign to stop
  32. 32. 0 SWBAT: practice and then be assessed on vocabulary, Freytag’s Pyramid and the four different types of conflict.
  33. 33. 0Three teams 0Choose a leader 0This should be a group effort 0Winning team gets candy
  34. 34. 01. The first answer I receive I will take 02. If the other team wants to steal after an incorrect answer, it can 03. If another team yells out an answer and it is not their turn, it doesn’t become their turn.
  35. 35. 0C No conversations. 0H If you need help, raise your hand, and wait for me to come to you. 0A Complete the test, keeping your eyes on your own paper. 0M No movement without permission 0P Being quiet and respectful of your classmates need to focus
  36. 36. Day 4 (Wed) 0 Grade unit test and film
  37. 37. Take a moment to check and complete your homework using a dictionary if necessary (7 minutes). If your homework is finished turn it in now for extra credit. If you did not take the test yesterday, see me now.
  38. 38. C: No conversations H: Raise your hand if you need help or have a question. Wait to be called on A: following along M: In assigned seat. No hall pass or pencil sharpening P: Listen Attentively S: Verbal sign to stop
  39. 39. 0SWBAT: Watch the movie 2081 and compare and contrast the differences between the film and the short story that inspired it.
  40. 40. 01. Do Now 02. Movie: 2081/Movie Guide 03. Grade Unit Test
  41. 41. 0As you watch the film adaptation of “Harrison Bergeron,” answer the questions on the worksheet provided. It is not identical to the short story. 0At this time, if you did not take your unit test, you can make it up during the movie.
  42. 42. Theme 0The theme of a piece of fiction is its view about life and how people behave. 0To decide what a theme of a piece of fiction is, ask yourself “What is this story saying about humanity or human nature?” 0In fiction, the theme is not intended to teach or preach. In fact, it is not presented directly at all. You extract it from the characters, action, and setting that make up the story. 0In other words, you must figure out the theme yourself.

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