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Wednesday 9.30.15

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Amy Swanson

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Roots Lesson 4
Remember-it's not too long before your quiz!

Let's do the exercises on the back of the paper to practice.
This week's WODS are:
Raymond's Run
I believe we were at page 45. Remember, we should be looking at how Bambara (the author) characterizes Squeaky and Raymond as "outcasts" or "misfits."

The Ironworker's Hayride
As we continue reading, keep in mind that our goal is to write a literary analysis paper that compares Butler's characterization of Milton as a misfit with O. Henry's characterization of his main character as a misfit.
Thank you!
Do Now
1. Copy the quote completely and accurately, including the author's name.
2. Respond in a way that engages the specific language or meaning of the quote.
Wednesday 9.30.15
Finding Evidence for Characterization
Nick Sean Elena Fabienne Bethany Matt Jack H. Jack C.
Carolyn Brian H. Erin Brian S. Ayush Ben Julia Vaughn
Lauren Evan Tyler Tommy Jeffrey Derek Aaron Declan
"The greatest remedy for anger is delay."
Thomas Paine

WODs stories: On the back of this week's WODs, write a story that includes all the WODs so far (there are eight- see the board) as well as three of the words from this week's roots list.
As an additional challenge, your story should include a badger, a walrus and pickles.
We will work in these small groups to fill out our charts on characterization. This will help us to prepare for our Literary Analysis.

Choose quotes that show how the character is represented as a MISFIT or OUTCAST.
A Retrieved Reformation
This story, by O. Henry, will be the second text we will analyze in our upcoming essay. The main character in this story can also be seen as a misfit, or outcast. As we read, note some places in the text that you see characterization that highlights the character's role as a misfit or outcast.
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