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1.7 Rip Van Winkle Intro

Anticipation Guide, Literary Elements, Listening Passage

Jason Eiben

on 19 September 2012

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Transcript of 1.7 Rip Van Winkle Intro

Aim: Students will determine the setting, basic plot, and general themes of “Rip Van Winkle” in order to prepare for a close reading of the text. HW: Finish reading parts 3-5 of "Rip Van Winkle". There will be a reading quiz for tomorrow's Do Now! Lesson 1.7 Do Now: Imagine that you woke up tomorrow to find that it was the year 2032. What do you think the world will be like in 20 years? Write an explanation in the blank provided on your paper. Reminder - late assignments lose 25% of final, earned credit. Assignments that are more than 1 week late will NOT be accepted! Term Paper Draft #1 & Summer Writing are now PAST DUE! I. Do Now

II. Anticipation Guide

III. Notes & Themes

IV. Listening Passage

V. Exit Ticket A literary technique in which the narrator, either real or fictional, cannot be fully trusted or believed. A protagonist who also has traits of a villain or antagonist. Examples? Examples? New York, the Catskill Mountains, ~1750-1790. Both before and after the Revolutionary War. Time, Place & Context Using examples from the text, explain why "Rip Van Winkle" is an example of a story with an Unreliable Narrator and an Anti-Hero.
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