Bell work: Take quiz on “The Pit and The Pendulum.”
- Culminating Activity
- At the end of “The Pit and The Pendulum,” the prisoner narrowly escapes death and is saved by General LaSalle’s French Army.
- Construct an alternate ending for the story – changing the ending of the story in a new, creative way that still exhibits the characteristics of the horror genre.
- Make sure your new ending makes sense with the other events in the story.
- 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)
- Animation Analysis or Police Report (3/31)
- Text Analysis (3/31)
- Psychiatric Evaluation (3/31)
- The Pit and the Pendulum
- Frayer Models (4/3)
- Annotated Text (4/4)
- Tree Map or Research (4/5)
- Text Analysis: RACE paragraph (4/5)
- Alternate Ending (4/6)