Agenda 10/21/2016

Bell Work

  1. Unpack Unit 2 by gluing in the green handout onto pages 38-42 in your interactive notebook.

  2. 38- blue VLT; 39- color-marked essay; 40-paragraph;  41- green Uniit II; 42- today’s foldable

Class Work

  1. Create a foldable with 8 flaps (two columns, 4 flaps each) defining the following words:

    • Narrator: the voice telling the story

    • Point of View: the view or perspective from which the narrator tells events

    • 1st Person: the narrator is a character in the story

    • 3rd Person: when the narrator is an outside voice, not a character in the story

    • Omniscient: when the narrator is “all-knowing,” or knows everything about the characters and the story events

    • 3rd Person Limited: the narrator tells what only one character thinks, feels, and observes

    • Irony: a special kind of contrast in which reality is the opposite of what it seems

    • Dramatic irony: when the reader knows something that a story character does not

  2. Read the excerpt “from The Adventures of Tom Sawyer” starting on page 395 of your Collections textbook.

  3. Homework: Unfinished class work from today.

3rd period!!!

Bell Work

  1. Review the excerpt “from The Adventures of Tom Sawyer” starting on page 395 of yourCollections textbook.

Class WorkAnswer the following questions using the RACE strategy on pages 13 and 17 in your interacctive notebook:

    • Reread lines 1-12, how can you tell the point of view from which the story is told? What effect does this point of view create?

    • In lines 53-64, what are two things that the omnisicent narrator knows that Ben Rogers does not know? What effect does the narrator’s point of view create?

    • In lines 80-92, what do the readers know that Ben does not?

    • Point out an example of dramatic irony. What is the effect of Twain’s use of dramatic irony?

Homework

Work on any incomplete work from class.

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