Lyddie: Lesson seven, Unit 1

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Lyddie: Lesson seven, Unit 1

  1. 1. DO NOW Checking for Understanding Entry Task Quiz!! • On your own today! • You MAY use your Notes • You may NOT use the book 
  2. 2. Lyddie Reading Chapter 9 Chapter Setting 9 Characters Plot How do the setting, character and/ or plot interact? Three things Lyddie notices on her first day in the weaving room about the working conditions: 1. 2. 3. Why do Lyddie’s roomates tell her she should not go see Diana? How does Diana help Lyddie?
  3. 3. Lyddie Reading Chapter 9 Chapter Setting Characters Plot How do the setting, character and/ or plot interact? 9 Lyddie Worthen Lyddie is panicked from the noise and dust of the machines. Three things Lyddie notices on her first day in the weaving room about the working conditions: Concord Corp. factory Boarding house Mr. Marsden (overseer) Diana Goss (Lowell) Diana shows her how to run a power loom, but it all happens too fast for her. Lyddie’s roommates warn her that Diana is a rebel. Lyddie goes to Diana’s house. Diana gives Lyddie paper & stamps to write a letter to her mother & Charlie. 1. loud 2. Dusty air 3. No light (small window) Why do Lyddie’s roomates tell her she should not go see Diana? Diana is a rebel who has spoken out about getting better working conditions. How does Diana help Lyddie? (paper & stamps)
  4. 4. Lyddie Definitions goods: (65) cloth flaw: (65) imperfection, mistake radical: (67) someone working for change, especially as relates to society, the economy or the government
  5. 5. Lyddie Definitions decipher: (66) read; make meaning of something that’s hard to understand infamous: (69) well know for being bad operatives: (69) workers, especially workers who operate machinery
  6. 6. Lyddie Definitions What new words did you define?
  7. 7. Lyddie Reading Chapter 8 Chapter Setting Characters 10 Lyddie Worthen Concord Corp. factory Plot How do the setting, character and/ or plot interact? How does Lyddie’s first full day in the weaving room affect her? Diana Goss (Lowell) Mr. Marsden (overseer) What does Betsy do for Lyddie?
  8. 8. Lyddie Reading Chapter 8 Chapter Setting Characters Plot How do the setting, character and/ or plot interact? 10 Lyddie Worthen Lyddie wakes up at 4:30 AM, but can’t eat until 7 AM. She goes straight to work. How does Lyddie’s first full day in the weaving room affect her? Concord Corp. factory Diana Goss (Lowell) Mr. Marsden (overseer) Bestsy Work is very hard, and Lyddie feels sick and tired at the end of the day. Bestsy gives her some advice about shoes and reads to Lyddie to help her relax. Lyddie loves the book Oliver. She has a hard time breathing, she has a headache, it’s very hot and she’s confused at how fast everything goes. She is tired and homesick by the end of the day. What does Betsy do for Lyddie? She reads to Lyddie to help her relax and forget her bad day.
  9. 9. Lyddie Definitions strenuous: (74) laden: (75) inferno: (76)
  10. 10. Lyddie Definitions commenced: (77) ravenous: (78) * Why did the author use this word instead of “hungry?
  11. 11. Lyddie Definitions fatigue: (78) * Why did the author use this word instead of “tiredness?” _____________________________________ What new words did you define?
  12. 12. Lyddie Learning Objectives By engaging in a discussion with my partner, I can analyze one section of Lyddie to deepen my understanding of the plot, characters, and setting.
  13. 13. Lyddie Learning Objectives I can context clues – in sentences and on the page – to determine the meaning of unknown words. I can cite specific textual evidence to explain what working conditions were like in the mills and how they affected Lyddie.
  14. 14. Lyddie Learning Objectives I can analyze how the author’s word choices create vivid descriptions of Lyddie’s living and working conditions.
  15. 15. Lyddie Close Reading Chapter 10 • Let’s go back and read more closely! • Turn to page 75-76 • Read along for: How working conditions affect people.
  16. 16. Lyddie Close Reading Meet with AT THE SHUTTLE partners! • ONLY base this information on pg. 75-76 • Step one: match the card to the quote • Step two: check your answer with me! • Step three: answer the questions
  17. 17. Lyddie Closely Reading Chapter 10 Question “Now that she thought of it, she could hardly breathe, the air was so laden with moisture and debris.” (75) 1) What does laden mean? How do you know? 2) What would it feel like to breathe air “laden with moisture and debris?” 3) Which Working Conditions Note card best explains what this quote helps the reader understand about Lyddie’s life and work? Answer
  18. 18. Lyddie Closely Reading Chapter 10 Question “Even though Diana had stopped the loom, Lyddie stood rubbing the powder into her fingertips, hesitating to plunge her hands into the bowels of the machine.” (75) 1) What does the phrase bowels of the machine mean? 2) What is Patterson personifying? Why does she do this? 3) Which Working Conditions Note card best explains what this quote helps the reader understand about Lyddie’s life and work? Answer
  19. 19. Lyddie Closely Reading Chapter 10 Question “Her quiet meals in the corner of the kitchen with Triphena, even her meager bowls of bark soup with the seldom talkative Charlie, seemed like feasts compared to the huge, rushed, noisy affairs in Mrs. Bedlow’s house.” (76) 1) What does the word meager mean? How do you know? 2) It’s contradictory to say a “meager feast.” How could this be true for Lyddie? 3) Which Working Conditions Note card Answer
  20. 20. Lyddie Anchor Chart Working Conditions – Anchor Chart • With your partner, add the three new quotes to the chart in the right boxes • Focus: Working and Living Conditions • Add a question for each quote, too! Raise your hand when done to check your work!
  21. 21. Lyddie Homework Homework • Read all of Chapter 11 • Complete Reader’s Notes Chapter 11 • Be prepared for a quiz tomorrow!

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