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Tone And Mood

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Christina Lucas

on 20 March 2013

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Transcript of Tone And Mood

What is Tone and Mood? What is the music telling you? For Example Start Bottom Line
Tone helps to establish the
mood, and mood is what
makes us engage in the text or
song or movie or TV show…
when you are reading you may need
to go back and read certain parts to
make sure you gave the words the correct
tone for the situation. To identify the mood and tone in a text we need to analyze the author's word choice

There are many words that author's use to create the tone in their writing
Lets identify some common mood and tone words How would you describe the mood of this passage?
A. Angry
B. Detached
C. Sympathetic

Why? What is your evidence? Tone &
Mood Don't speak to me
in that tone of voice
young man! Mood Music Please!
What am I doing with the boxes?

We are going to listen to 4 music clips

In each box, illustrate the way the music makes you feel

Ex: If I heard music that was calm and relaxing I would draw a picture of beach waves, because I feel relaxed and beaches relax me! How would you describe the tone [attitude] of this author?
A. Angry
B. Detached
C. Sympathetic
Evidence? Listen Up! Journal Entry The girls were playing in the pond, splashing each other and trying to catch fish with their hands. They were having fun, but kept looking over their shoulders at the looming forest. The long grass of the field kept moving and they sort of felt like they were being watched… About a half hour passed and still the girls kept checking the field for movements. It seemed like a pair of dark eyes was on them. They even considered going back inside, but that would mean homework time. So they continued splashing, but with caution now. Their eyes hardly left the field. Illustrate your feelings How can we define mood? MOOD is the overall feelings or emotions that are created IN THE READER. Tone

In Music- choice of instruments,tempo and volume set the tone

In Writing- the author's word choice creates the tone Have you ever heard the phrase, "it's not what you say, but how you said it?"..Describe when you heard it and what it means. In your notebooks create a 4 box grid.
Label it Mood Music How can we define Mood? How Can We Define Tone??
How does the author create tone? Tone = the author's feeling toward the subject How do writers create mood?

The setting, use of descriptive words, the punctuation used, and the sound of words all work to create the mood of a story. "Where Can They Stay"
About three million people have to look for a place to sleep at night. Some homeless people have jobs but do not earn nearly enough money for both food and shelter. Some become homeless because they have an unfortunate accident or lose their job. They do not have any back-up resources to make it through the hard times.
The homeless face terrible problems. Many become victims of violence. Serious health problems may begin because they are exposed to bad weather and unclean conditions. Homeless children may miss the chance to go to school. Worst of all, some cities pass laws that make it even harder on the homeless. The Crocodile
How doth the little crocodile
Improve his shining tail,
And pour the water of the Nile
On every golden scale!

How cheerfully he seems to grin!
How neatly spreads his claws,
And welcomes little fishes in
With gently smiling jaws! What is the subject of the poem?

What clues tell the reader the author’s attitude towards the subject?

What is the tone?


Subject:
Crocodiles
Tone:
Attitude towards crocodiles is they are dangerous. Questions Expert Readers Ask Themselves How would you describe the Mood?

A. Calm
B. Pleased
C. Heartbroken How would you describe the Tone?

A. Impartial
B. Delightful
C. Serious Yacinta and Kennedy were early for basketball practice. They decided to run up and down the bleachers to exercise before the rest of the team arrived.
Kennedy was first to the top. She whispered to Yacinta, “Look over there.” She pointed to a man sleeping on the highest, narrow bench of the bleachers. His pants and shirt were faded, worn, and too large for his thin frame. One big toe stuck out of a huge hole in his sock. His scraped-up shoes sat a few feet away.
Kennedy whispered, “We should help him out. Let’s hide something good in his shoes. Then, when he wakes up, he will have a nice surprise.” The Crocodile
How doth the little crocodile
Improve his shining tail,
And pour the water of the Nile
On every golden scale!

How cheerfully he seems to grin!
How neatly spreads his claws,
And welcomes little fishes in
With gently smiling jaws! Let's Practice Think- Pair- Share Think- Pair- Share Think-Pair-Share Think-Pair-Share
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