Lyddie: Lesson ninteen, Unit 1

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Lyddie: Lesson ninteen, Unit 1

  1. 1. DO NOW Entry Task – Checking for Understanding Quiz!! • Can use your Reader’s Notes • Can NOT use your book 
  2. 2. Lyddie Reading Chapter 20 Chapter Setting 20 Characters Plot How do the setting, character and/ or plot interact? What are some ways that Lyddie helps Brigid? How does this affect Lyddie? How does it affect Brigid?
  3. 3. Lyddie Reading Chapter 20 Chapter Setting Characters Plot How do the setting, character and/ or plot interact? 20 Lyddie Worthen Life at the factory is ok for Lyddie, who keeps practicing reading and writing. She starts teaching Brigid to read. What are some ways that Lyddie helps Brigid? How does this affect Lyddie? How does it affect Brigid? Concord Corp. factory Brigid (Lowell) Mr. Marsden She still won’t answer Luke’s letter. Lyddie finds out that her mother died, but has no real reaction. Lyddie finds Mr. Marsden attacking Brigid and douses him with a bucket of water.
  4. 4. Lyddie Definitions scrupulous: (155) yoke: (156) ** Not the egg! begrudge: (158) to feel angry or upset with someone because they have something you feel they don’t deserve
  5. 5. Lyddie Definitions tumult: (159) sedate: (159) hulking: (160) ** Think about the HULK!
  6. 6. Lyddie Definitions What new words did you define?
  7. 7. Lyddie Reading Chapter 21 Chapter Setting 21 Characters Plot How do the setting, character and/ or plot interact? Why was Lyddie fired? According to the agent and the overseer? According to her? What does this encounter tell you about workers’ rights in the mills?
  8. 8. Lyddie Reading Chapter 21 Chapter Setting Characters Plot How do the setting, character and/ or plot interact? 21 Lyddie Worthen Lyddie is nervous the next day, especially when she finds out Brigid is fired. Why was Lyddie fired? According to the agent and the overseer? According to her? Concord Corp. factory Mr. Marsden (Lowell) Mr. Graves (agent) Mr. Marsden reports Lyddie for being a troublemaker and having “moral turpitude.” (shameful or disgusting actions) Lyddie is fired and “blacklisted.” What does this encounter tell you about workers’ rights in the mills?
  9. 9. Lyddie Definitions searing: (162) ** Think frying pan! trespassed: (164) distressing: (165)
  10. 10. Lyddie Definitions cackle: (164) ** Think witch! solemn: (167) benumbed: (168)
  11. 11. Lyddie Definitions What new words did you define?
  12. 12. Lyddie Reading Chapter 22 Chapter Setting 22 Characters Plot How do the setting, character and/ or plot interact? How does Lyddie respond to being fired? What does she do to protect Brigid? Why is Mrs. Bedlow surprised that Lyddie was fired? What is moral turpitude?
  13. 13. Lyddie Reading Chapter 22 Chapter Setting Characters Plot 22 Boarding house Lyddie Worthen Brigid’s house in the Acre (Lowell) Mrs. Bedlow Lyddie tells Mrs. Bedlow How does Lyddie respond she’ll be leaving.She to being fired? What does buys a dictionary to find she do to protect Brigid? out what “turpitude” is. Brigid Mr. Marsden Boston Diana Goss Vermont How do the setting, character and/ or plot interact? Lyddie visits Brigid in the Acre to tell her that Why is Mrs. Bedlow surprised that Lyddie was she wrote a letter to Marsden threatening to fired? tell his wife about him if Brigid is fired. She confronts Marsden to threaten him in person. What is moral turpitude? She goes to Boston to visit Diana, then travels to Vermont.
  14. 14. Lyddie Definitions incredulous: (170) parcels: (171) gingerly: (174) ** Ginger is a spice!
  15. 15. Lyddie Definitions dilute: (173) vile: (171) immoral or evil; can also be used informally to mean very unpleasant or bad.
  16. 16. Lyddie Definitions What new words did you define?
  17. 17. Lyddie Reading Chapter 23 Chapter Setting 23 Characters Plot How do the setting, character and/ or plot interact? Why does Lyddie return to the tavern? Why does Lyddie go back to the farm? What connection do you think it will have to her future? Why?
  18. 18. Lyddie Reading Chapter 23 Chapter Setting Characters Plot 23 Lyddie Worthen Vermont November 1846 Triphena Cutler’s Tavern Luke Stevens How do the setting, character and/ or plot interact? Lyddie visits Triphena at Why does Lyddie return to Cutler’s Tavern. She the tavern? hopes to get a job there, but realizes she wouldn’t fit in anyway. She goes to the mill to visit Charlie and Rachel, Why does Lyddie go back to the farm? What but they are at school. She finally goes to her old house. It looks well-kept and she goes in. Luke shows up. Lyddie decides to go to college. She might come back to marry Luke in the future. connection do you think it will have to her future? Why?
  19. 19. Lyddie Definitions monstrosities: (177) * What word is inside it? pang: (177) homely: (179)
  20. 20. Lyddie Definitions content: (179) ** content vs. content… crinkled: (182)
  21. 21. Lyddie Definitions crumpled: (182) What new words did you define?
  22. 22. Lyddie Learning Objectives I can effectively engage in discussions with my classmates about the characters, setting and plot in Lyddie. I can analyze Lyddie’s character traits by citing specific evidence and recognizing patterns from the beginning, middle and end of the novel.
  23. 23. Lyddie Character Traits Think-Pair-Share • Given her character traits and the way she reacts to adversity, what will happen to her? • What hints does the author give us in the last chapters?
  24. 24. Lyddie Character Traits World Café • What can YOU do to make sure conversation helps everyone in your group analyze how Lyddie’s character traits developed throughout the book? • Raise your hand when you think of TWO!
  25. 25. Lyddie Character Traits World Café • Bring folders with notes/ organizers with you! • One person records • All discuss & recorder write it down
  26. 26. Lyddie Character Traits World Café #1 The book opens with Lyddie staring down a real bear. This foreshadows the way she deals with the symbolic “bears” she encounters throughout the novel. (examples) What do the symbolic “bears” have in common with the real bear? What character traits does Lyddie have that let her successfully “stare down” each “bear” she encounters? Include specific examples from different parts of the book to support your thinking.
  27. 27. Lyddie Character Traits World Café • Recorder…STAY PUT • Everyone else move to another station • Recorder: share your ideas • Pick a new recorder
  28. 28. Lyddie Character Traits World Café #2 Over the course of the book, Lyddie tells Ezekial, her co-workers, and herself that she, “ain’t a slave.” Yet, at times, she doubts if this is true. Is Lyddie free at the factory? (pg. 94, 91, 58) Is Lyddie free at the end of the book? (pg. 178, 182) What does freedom mean to Lyddie? Does her definition change throughout the book?
  29. 29. Lyddie Character Traits World Café • Recorder…STAY PUT • Everyone else move to another station • Recorder: share your ideas • Pick a new recorder
  30. 30. Lyddie Character Traits World Café #3 After Rachel and Diane leave, Lyddie feels a heavy heart (148), but she tells herself it is better, “not to carry the burden of debt or, what was worse, the welfare of other persons.” (156) At the end she reminds herself, “Don’t you know better than to tie yourself to some other living soul?” (181) How has Lyddie tied herself to other characters? (Brigid, Charlie, Rachel, Luke, co-workers) How has she refused? Do you think Lyddie should sacrifice some of her independence and tie herself to others in the future? Why or why not?
  31. 31. Lyddie Character Traits World Café • Recorder…STAY PUT • Everyone else move to another station • Recorder: share your ideas • Add last idea to your paper…
  32. 32. Lyddie Writing Argument Exit Ticket • List Lyddie’s character traits on lines • Characters traits = aspects (parts) of a character’s personality (…greedy, kind, loving, impatient…)
  33. 33. Lyddie Homework Homework • Answer questions in a paragraph each!! • Introduction Sentence A • Cite evidence/ quote C • Explain your quote E

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