Agenda 3/30/2017

Bell Work

  1. Complete a Frayer model for each of the following words:
    • conceived
    • vexed
    • stifled
    • crevice
    • audacity
    • vehemently
    • derision
    • hypocritical
    • unreliable narrator
    • first person point of view
    • third person point of view
    • suspense

Class Work

  1. Read “The Tell-Tale Heart,” by Edgar Alan Poe (p. 89-94 in your Collections textbook).
  2. As you read, gather evidence to support your answers to the following questions:
    • How is the narrator unreliable?
    • How did the author use point of view to create suspense?

Homework

  1. Study for tomorrow’s quiz on The Tell-Tale Heart.
  2. Portfolio check tomorrow
  3. Continue to work on your portfolio (due 5/12).
    • Portfolio Checklist
      • Table of Contents
      • Defining Characteristics of the Horror Genre foldable (completed 3/21)
      • Man-Made Monsters
        • Annotated copy (completed 3/22)
        • Frayer Models (completed 3/23)
        • Choice of 1 Activity: Character Sketch or RACE paragraphs (completed 3/23)
        • Text Analysis (completed 3/24)
        • Culminating Activity: Create Your Own Monster (completed 3/24)
      • The Monkey’s Paw
        • Frayer Models (completed 3/27)
        • Plot diagram (completed 3/28)
        • Analyzing the Text questions or Text vs. Film double bubble map (completed 3/29)
        • Text Analysis (completed 3/29)
        • Culminating Activity: Research Report (completed 3/27)
      • The Tell-Tale Heart
        • Frayer Models (3/30)
        • Textual Evidence (3/30)

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