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E3: Colonial Literature

Jonathan Edwards, Mary Rowlandson, Anne Bradstreet
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john meehan

on 5 November 2012

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& Group 1: Group 2: "This was the comfort..." (37)
"The Fifth Remove" (39) "The Fifth Remove" (39)
- end at section break (40) - Group 3: "A Closer Look:
Social Influences" (40-41) Group 4: "The Sixth Remove" (40)
- end of page 42 - Recorder Take notes for your group.
email: jmeehan@bishopoconnell.org Judge Rate the OBJECTIVITY of this piece
Share your verdict with the class Key Finder Find one KEY FACT in your excerpt
Share your finding with the class Recapper Write a one-sentence summary.
Share your recap with the class Moderator Keep your group on target
Make sure all tasks are filled Timekeeper Mind the clock to budget time
Delegate reading/talking time Warm-Up: OBJECTIVITY the degree of factual truth or bias present in a work. aesthetic, appropriate (noun and verb), dearth, diffident, eclectic, ephemeral, iconoclastic, incongruity, inept, lethargic, ostentatious, petulant, pragmatic, stoic, taciturn, urbane Vocab Set #2 Tonight's HW: Make an OBJECTIVE analysis to compare/contrast Anne Bradstreet's poem (p. 29) with Mary Rowlandson's diary excerpts (37-42).

In your OBJECTIVE opinion... which woman had it worse? Which account is more BIASED? (and why!) BIAS OBJECTIVITY What role does your FAITH play in informing YOUR PERSONAL world view and moral code? COLONIAL AMERICA: DAY 1 Recorder Take notes for your group.
email: jmeehan@bishopoconnell.org Judge Rate the OBJECTIVITY of this piece
Share your verdict with the class Key Finder Find one KEY FACT in your excerpt
Share your finding with the class Recapper Write a one-sentence summary.
Share your recap with the class Moderator Keep your group on target
Make sure all tasks are filled Timekeeper Mind the clock to budget time
Delegate reading/talking time email:
jmeehan@bishopoconnell.org COLONIAL AMERICA: DAY 2 FEAR is an incredibly powerful tool for motivation and manipulation. Can you think of instances where you (or someone you know) has been motivated or manipulated to do something out of fear? fear bias the FEARS of an individual or a society can compromise OBJECTIVITY and
color that person or group's BIASES. can you find examples
of how Rowlandson's "Narrative of the Captivity" plays on the FEARS of her readers? page/
paragraph image p. 37
first "your master will come and knock your child in the head" make a t-chart of TEN instances where FEAR is used in the text. email your findings to:
jmeehan@bishopoconnell.org then use a cell phone to snap a photo of the T-chart! make
a "T" chart in your binder! The PURITANS
sought to find salvation in the New World by living a PURE life free from sin. Key things to remember: Puritans were intensely religious
"The faithful" and "the pagans"
Suspicion and fear of outsiders
No salvation without Christ
God's wrath > God's love Tonight's Homework Find one law from the modern-day United States which you believe has been influenced, to some degree, by a commonly held FEAR.

Document your findings on
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