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Unit 7 Week 3

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Transcript of Unit 7 Week 3

Monday
Unit 7 Week 3
Globalization Video Review
The world economy changed for the
better
as a result of globalization.
The world economy changed for the
worse
as a result of globalization.
Suggestion - pick a brand/good and explain how it's traded/connected
1) define globalization
2) Identify a pro
3) Identify a con
Final Essay Work-time
Agenda
1. Do Now
2. Review LT
3. Globalization Review
4. DBQ Outline
5. DBQ Final Essay
Review LT
I can write an effective completed DBA essay.
The Matthew Copse
1. What does the title mean?
2. Put it in your own words.
3. What do you think the poem means?
4. Poetic devices.
• Tone – what emotion does the speaker use as he talks
• Point of view – who is the telling the poem
• Imagery – creating pictures with words
• Alliteration – repeating the same letter

5. Theme
Agenda
1. Do Now
2. Review LT
3. WW1 Poetry
Review LT
I can analyze a WW1 poem.
A Soldier's Cemetery
For the Fallen
Before Action
WW1 Poetry
WW1 Sonnets TP-CASTT Poetry Analysis
1. TITLE: Consider the title and make a prediction about what the poem is about.
2. PARAPHRASE: Translate the poem line by line into your own words on a literal level. Look for complete thoughts (sentences may be inverted) and look up unfamiliar words.
3. CONNOTATION: Examine the poem for meaning beyond the literal. Look for figurative language, imagery, and sound elements.
4. ATTITUDE/TONE: Notice the speaker’s tone and attitude. Humor? Sarcasm? Awe?
5. SHIFTS: Note any shifts or changes in speaker or attitude. Look for key words, time change, punctuation.
6. TITLE: Examine the title again, this time on an interpretive level.
7. THEME: Briefly state in your own words what the poem is about (subject), then what the poet is saying about the subject (theme).
1. Impugn
2. Predilection
3. Amenable
4. Ingenious
5. Illicit
6. Vehemently
7. Unsavory
8. Resilient
9. Irate
10. Indignation
11. Acquiescent
12. Complacent
13. Acclaim
14. Analogous
15. Antiquated
16. Arbitrary
17. Atrophy
18. Augment
19. Debauchery
20. Regress
Vocabulary Test Friday
Do Now
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