Bellwork 10/3/16: - Amphitheater Public Schools

Bellwork 10/3/16: - Amphitheater Public Schools

BELLWORK 10/3/16: NAME, PERIOD NUMBER, DATE! PLEASE DEFINE THE FOLLOWING WORDS: IDENTIFY DRAW CONTEXT RECOGNIZE SUMMARIZE ILLUSTRATE USE EACH OF THE WORDS IN A SENTENCE OR A QUESTION. PLEASE GRAB A NEW CORNELL NOTES AND

FILL OUT THE TOP INCLUDING THE TOPIC/OBJECTIVE FOR TODAY 10/3/16: STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO: CORRECTLY IDENTIFY AND DEFINE TIER 2 WORDS. DEMONSTRATE THEIR KNOWLEDGE OF THE PLOT AND CHARACTERS IN THE CRUCIBLE. UNDERSTAND THE HISTORICAL IMPLICATIONS AND MOTIVES IN THE CRUCIBLE AND CONNECT THIS KNOWLEDGE TO CURRENT WORLD EVENTS AND POLITICAL AGENDAS.

LITERARY TERMS 10/3/16: Q: CAN I IDENTIFY THE INFORMATION THAT IS INCLUDED IN STAGE DIRECTIONS? A: COSTUMES, LIGHTING, SCENERY, PROPS, THE SETTING, AND THE CHARACTERS MOVEMENTS AND WAY OF SPEAKING. Q: WHAT IS MOOD? A: THE ATMOSPHERE OR FEELING CREATED IN A LITERARY WORK. MOOD IS AFFECTED BY SETTING, TONE, AND EVENTS. Q: WHAT IS AN EXPOSITION? A: WRITING OR SPEECH THAT EXPLAINS, INFORMS, OR PRESENTS INFORMATION. QUIZ: ACT I OF THE CRUCIBLE.

10/3/16 PLEASE MOVE YOUR DESKS APART SO NO DESKS OR PEOPLE CAN TOUCH. KEEP YOUR EYES ON YOUR OWN PAPER. ANY TALKING WILL RESULT IN A ZERO ON THE QUIZ. MAKE SURE YOUR NAME IS ON THE QUIZ AND TAKE YOUR TIME. ANSWER ALL THE QUESTIONS FULLY AND IN COMPLETE SENTENCES (FOR SHORT ANSWERS). GOOD LUCK! YOUVE GOT THIS! BELLWORK 10/4/16: NAME, PERIOD NUMBER, DATE!

RECOGNIZE EACH OF THE FOLLOWING WORDS BY MATCHING THEM TO THEIR DEFINITIONS: 1. IDENTIFY 2. DRAW SUMMARIZE 3. CONTEXT 4. ILLUSTRATE 5. RECOGNIZE 6. A. RESTATE MAIN POINTS B. FIND/POINT OUT C. IDENTIFY SOMETHING YOU HAVE SEEN BEFORE

D. TAKE/PULL E. THE PARTS OF A WRITTEN OR SPOKEN STATEMENT THAT PRECEDE OR FOLLOW A SPECIFIC WORD OR PASSAGE, USUALLY INFLUENCING ITS MEANING OR EFFECT F. TO UTILIZE VISUAL MATERIAL TO CLARIFY A POINT CONTINUE CORNELL NOTES: 10/4/16 STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO: CORRECTLY IDENTIFY AND DEFINE TIER 2 WORDS. DISCUSS THE PLOT AND CHARACTERS IN THE CRUCIBLE AS BOTH DEVELOP IN ACT II.

DISCUSS LITERARY ELEMENTS USED BY ARTHUR MILLER IN THE CRUCIBEL. LITERARY TERMS (10/4/16, CONT.): Q: CAN I IDENTIFY THE DIFFERENCES AND SIMILARITIES BETWEEN DIRECT AND INDIRECT CHARACTERIZATION? A: COMPARE: CHARACTERIZATION IS THE ACT OF CREATING AND DEVELOPING A CHARACTER IN A PIECE OF LITERATURE. CONTRAST: WITH DIRECT CHARACTERIZATION, THE WRITER SIMPLY STATES THE CHARACTERS TRAITS.

WITH INDIRECT CHARACTERIZATION, CHARACTER IS REVEALED THROUGH o WORDS, THOUGHTS, OR ACTIONS OF THE CHARACTER o WHAT OTHER CHARACTERS SAY ABOUT THE CHARACTER o DESCRIPTIONS OF THEIR APPEARANCE OR BACKGROUND. LITERARY TERMS (10/4/16, CONT.): Q: CAN I DRAW CONCLUSIONS ABOUT THE CHARACTERS MOTIVATION AND STAKES? A: MOTIVATION IS THE REASON THAT EXPLAINS A CHARACTERS THOUGHTS, FEELINGS, ACTIONS, OR SPEECH. Q: WHO WILL BE ACCUSED OF WITCHCRAFT? WHY DO I BELIEVE THAT?

Q: DOES ACT I HAVE ANY EXAMPLES OF FORESHADOWING? LITERARY TERMS (10/4/16, CONT.): Q: WHAT IS DRAMATIC IRONY? A: WHEN THE AUDIENCE KNOWS SOMETHING THAT OTHER CHARACTERS DO NOT. Q: CAN I SUMMARIZE THE EXAMPLE OF DRAMATIC IRONY FROM ACT I? A: THE AUDIENCE KNOWS OF ABBYS DUPLICITOUS BEHAVIOR AS IT IS PLAYED OUT IN HER INNOCENCE WITH HER UNCLE AND COMMUNITY, AND HER UNDERLYING PASSION AND DRIVE FOR JOHN PROCTOR.

CLASS READING 10/4/16: BEGIN ACT II OF THE CRUCIBLE. CHARACTERS: JOHN PROCTOR (JAMES M, SERGEI) ELIZABETH PROCTOR (LYNNZIANA, AMIRA) MARY WARREN (DIANA, KAITLYN) REVEREND HALE (JOEY M, GILES COREY (ADAM, MELVIN) FRANCIS NURSE (JJ, DOMIC) CHEEVERS (ISMAEL, JAMES P) HERRICK (ARTURO, DANIEL)

NOTEWORTHY EVENTS: THE CONFLICT BETWEEN THE PROCTORS MARY WARRENS BEHAVIOR AS REPRESENTATIVE OF THE YOUNG, PURITAN GIRL/WOMAN WHO IS BEING CHARGED AND WHY? HOW MANY ALTOGETHER? WHAT IS THEIR IMMEDIATE FATE? REVEREND HALES JUDGMENT

BELLWORK 10/5/16: NAME, PERIOD NUMBER, DATE! TRY TO THINK OF A SYNONYM FOR THE FOLLOWING WORDS AND WRITE THEM NEXT TO EACH OTHER: IDENTIFY= _________ DRAW = _________ CONTEXT = _________ ILLUSTRATE = ____________ RECOGNIZE = ____________ SUMMARIZE = ____________ CONTINUE CORNELL NOTES:

10/5/16 STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO: CORRECTLY IDENTIFY AND DEFINE TIER 2 WORDS. DISCUSS THE PLOT AND CHARACTERS IN THE CRUCIBLE AS BOTH DEVELOP IN ACT II. DISCUSS LITERARY ELEMENTS USED BY ARTHUR MILLER IN THE CRUCIBLE. CLASS READING 10/5/16: CONTINUE ACT II OF THE CRUCIBLE. CHARACTERS: JOHN PROCTOR (JAMES M, SERGEI)

ELIZABETH PROCTOR (LYNNZIANA, AMIRA) MARY WARREN (DIANA, KAITLYN) REVEREND HALE (JOEY M, AXEL) GILES COREY (ADAM, MELVIN) FRANCIS NURSE (JJ, DOMIC) CHEEVERS (ISMAEL, JAMES P) HERRICK (ARTURO, DANIEL) NOTEWORTHY EVENTS: THE CONFLICT BETWEEN THE PROCTORS

MARY WARRENS BEHAVIOR AS REPRESENTATIVE OF THE YOUNG, PURITAN GIRL/WOMAN WHO IS BEING CHARGED AND WHY? HOW MANY ALTOGETHER? WHAT IS THEIR IMMEDIATE FATE? REVEREND HALES JUDGMENT LITERARY ANALYSIS AND TERMS: 10/5/16 CHARACTER ANALYSIS FIND THREE QUOTES SPOKEN BY A SINGLE CHARACTER AND ANALYZE WHAT THEIR WORDS TELL

YOU ABOUT THEM. WHAT IS YOUR OPINION OF THIS CHARACTER? Q: WHAT IS ALLUSION? A: A REFERENCE TO A WELL-KNOWN PERSON, PLACE, EVENT, LITERARY WORK, OR WORK OF ART. Q: CAN YOU FIND TWO EXAMPLES OF ALLUSION IN ACT II? EXIT TICKET 10/5/16: WHAT QUESTIONS DO YOU HAVE ABOUT THE CONTENT OF THE PLAY? WHAT PREDICTIONS CAN YOU MAKE ABOUT THE EVENTS THAT WILL UNFOLD

IN ACT III? BELLWORK 10/6/16: NAME, PERIOD NUMBER, DATE! WHAT COULD MY GENERATION LEARN FROM YOUR GENERATION? WHAT CAN ADULTS LEARN FROM TEENAGERS? CONTINUE CORNELL NOTES: 10/6/16 STUDENTS WILL BE ABLE TO:

CORRECTLY IDENTIFY AND DEFINE TIER 2 WORDS. DISCUSS THE PLOT AND CHARACTERS IN THE CRUCIBLE AS BOTH DEVELOP IN ACT II. DISCUSS LITERARY ELEMENTS USED BY ARTHUR MILLER IN THE CRUCIBLE. THE CRUCIBLE ACT II ASSIGNMENT: 10/6/16 COMPLETE THE FIRST PAGE OF GENERAL QUESTIONS (#1-13) ON A SEPARATE SHEET OF PAPER. WHEN FINISHED, SUBMIT TO BASKET.

CONTINUE TO WORK ON THE ASSIGNMENT BY BEGINNING PAGE 2 IMPORTANT QUOTATIONS. EXIT TICKET 10/6/16: MAKE SURE YOU SUBMIT YOUR COMPLETED WORK (GENERAL QUESTIONS #1-13) TO THE BASKET. BELLWORK 10/7/16: NAME, PERIOD NUMBER, DATE! IS THERE ANYTHING ABOUT YOURSELF THAT YOU WOULD LIKE TO CHANGE? WHAT IS IT?

IF NOT, WHAT IS IT ABOUT YOURSELF THAT YOU ARE MOST PROUD OF? THE CRUCIBLE ACT II ASSIGNMENT: 10/7/16 CONTINUE TO WORK ON THE ASSIGNMENT BY BEGINNING PAGES 3-4 FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE AND CHARACTERIZATION.

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