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Do Now: Independent Reading

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Amy Swanson

on 27 April 2015

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Transcript of Do Now: Independent Reading

NIGHT
First, let's read Section 8. pp. 104-112.
Answer the TWO QUESTIONS
below the chart on page 57.
Do Now: Independent Reading
Put your completed reading log on your desk.

Then, read your own book silently for 15 minutes.

You should have a book with you. After today, you will not be allowed to get one from my library or anywhere else.
Quote Analysis
DON'T FORGET:
Copy the quote completely and accurately.
Copy the author's name completely and accurately. When referring to speakers, writers, or any adult, use their title (Mr.,Mrs.,Ms., Dr., Professor, Coach) and last name.
Irony at Work
p.55
Irony highlights the differences between appearance and reality, expectation and result, or meaning and intention.


Using the Five Senses
With a partner of your choice, locate three examples in sections 1-8 of the novel to represent each of the five senses.
"Worry never robs tomorrow of its sorrow, it only saps today of its joy."

-Leo Buscaglia


There are three types of irony:
1. Verbal Irony-- words are purposefully used to suggest the opposite in meaning.
This chair is as comfortable as sitting on nails.
2. Dramatic Irony-- there is a difference between what the character thinks and what the reader or audience knows.
A character enjoys eating a meal, even commenting on its deliciousness, while the audience/reader knows that it is tainted (spit in, or something like that.)
3. Situational Irony-- an event occurs that is the opposite of what is expected.
A man who is a traffic cop gets his license suspended for unpaid parking tickets.
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