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"Cask of Amontillado" Edgar Alan Poe

Academic Vocabulary(irony, setting=tone/mood), Background, Film Clip, Scaffolding: catacombs, masquarade, cask(et)
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on 20 September 2013

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Transcript of "Cask of Amontillado" Edgar Alan Poe

"The Cask of Amontillado"
Edgar Alan Poe
Academic Vocabulary
Journals & Grammar
Blackground
Poe
Settings
Masquerades and Carnival Seasons
DO NOW
What is your worst fear?
Explain.
Do Now
Circle the
helping verbs
and underline the
linking verbs
in the two sentences.
Do Now
Nouns Review
Do Now
Drill #7
Brochure
Font
Expectation:
1. Pair-up
2. Create a product (poster, brochure, collage, pamphlet, etc.)
3. Identify and define the type of irony assigned in your own words.
4. Include an image
5. Include a description and explanation of the image.
6. Come up with your own written example.
Mother comes into the TV room and discovers her 11-year-old watching South Park instead of doing his homework, as he was set to a dozen minutes ago. Pointing to the screen she says, "Don't let me tempt you from your duties, kiddo, but when you're finished with your serious studies there, maybe we could take some time out for recreation and do a little math."
More Verbal Irony…
This is when one of the characters is unaware of important information that the audience is made aware of.
For example: In the movie, Titanic, the audience knows that the ship is going to sink, no matter what! However, the characters (lovers Jack and Rose) have no ideas their ship will sink!
-Mean Girls clip
Dramatic Irony
There are 3 major types of irony. And they are…
How is this ironic?


Situational Irony: An event of outcome of events opposite to what was or might naturally have been expected.

For example:When John Hinckley attempted to assassinate President Ronald Reagan, all of his shots initially missed the President; however a bullet ricocheted off the bullet-proof windows of the Presidential limousine and struck Reagan in the chest. Thus, the windows made to protect the President from gunfire were partially responsible for his being shot.
The couple held the wedding indoors just in case it rained. A pipe burst and it rained indoors, anyway!
Situational Irony

The term “ironic” is often misused in everyday language. Read on and violate no longer!
“Isn’t it ironic…don’t ya think?”
And this?

The speaker or writer of verbal irony says one thing while INTENDING the reader to get a different meaning.
For example, when using Sarcasm, the speaker says one thing but his tone implies another meaning.
Examples: “Oh, Great!” or “HaHa, lucky you!”
Verbal Irony
Is Revenge ever Justified?
What makes a setting sinister?
There were no attendants at home.
I had given them specific orders not to stir from the house
Catacombs
Buried Alive
Inside
Irony
definition:
IMAGE
Situational
Irony
Dramatic
Irony
Verbal
Irony
definition:


example:
definition:


example:
definition:


example:
Tone:
Mood:
Think about how editing, music,dialogue, and sound effects create an entirely different tone.
Gather your Journals and Drills into one pile WITH YOUR NAME on the first page.
Why are we fascinated
by the unknown?
DO NOW
abstract
concrete
Proper
common
Personal Narrative
CONCERNS
Students will be able to:
Students will be able to:
...annotate and analyze Edgar Alan Poe's "The Cask of Amontillado" for literary elements and theme.
...create an argument by taking a stance and supporting with quotes from the text
http://prezi.com/skrdqawpgxfh/cask-of-amontillado/
#4
But the fact is I was napping, and so gently you came

tapping, tapping at my chamber door.
http://prezi.com/91hi_pltutui/incident-in-a-rose-garden/
His outstretched hand to the Gardner was a little

cage of bone.
Do Now
His eyes lit up with the pale glow of those lanterns

that workmen carry sometimes to light their way.
...conduct a close reading of "Incident in a Rose Garden" by annotating for figurative language, plot elements, tone, symbolism (author's purpose), irony, and choice of setting.
...create a depiction/personification of death with an accompanying justification of the quote chosen.
...successfully complete an "Incident in a Rose Garden" assessment by utilizing guided discussion questions.
"QUOTE"
Justify your drawing based on the quote you chose.
Agenda
* Journal and Drill #8
* Grammar Quiz
* Watch Short Video
*Answer Discussion Questions

Homework
choose one question and finalize a complete paragraph with text support
There were no attendants; they had absconded

to make merry in honor of the time.
The gait of my friend was unsteady,

and the bells upon his cap jingled as he strode.
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