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E3: Native American Literature

Coyote Finishes His Work, The Earth Only, and The Sky Tree
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john meehan

on 2 November 2012

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Warm-Up: Is it right/wrong to teach your children to believe in: defend your answer in a well-reasoned academic paragraph. The Sky Tree The Earth Only Coyote Finishes His Work "The account of the fall in Genesis 3 uses figurative language, but affirms a primeval event, a deed that took place at the beginning of the history of man. Revelation gives us the certainty of faith that the whole of human history is marked by the original fault freely committed by our first parents." source:
"The Catechism of the Catholic Church" (390) Symbolism and Archetypes Symbolism is the practice of representing things by symbols, or of investing things with a symbolic meaning or character. Archetypes parable figurative
language Tonight's Homework: Review notes for Native American literature and unit introduction. absolve, ambiguous, captivate, chronicle, deference, deplore, disclose, esoteric, gregarious, hypocritical, insightful, naivete, opaque, prolific, reticent, wary Vocab Set #1 The Sun Still Rises in the Same Sky page 22 NATIVE AMERICAN LITERATURE Team Challenge Search for Symbolism Vocab unit #1 sentences due Wednesday. a universally understood symbol, term, or pattern of behavior, a prototype upon which others are copied, patterned, or emulated Jigsaw Team Reading Team 1:
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Team 6: START: Top of page 6.
FINISH: "Battling New Diseases" (p. 9) START: "Explorers' Writings" (p. 9)
FINISH: "The Puritan Legacy" (p.11) START: "A Closer Look" (p. 11)
FINISH: "Puritan Beliefs" (p.12) START: "Puritan Politics" (p. 13)
FINISH: "The Smallpox Plague" (p.15) START: Top of page 16.
FINISH: "Deism" (page 18) START: "Self-made Americans" (p. 18)
FINISH: End of page 20. Create a New Cell Phone Contact: Name:



Number: Think Back to a Story from your Childhood... Can you identify any examples of SYMBOLISM that it may contain? Example: "Hansel and Gretel" warns children about "stranger danger." "Poll" "37607" Places Character
Types Themes Images Plots boy saves girl world needs saving protective father sky = heaven skulls = death Archetypes brave hero trees = life Tonight's Homework: Think of a movie or story, and identify ONE example of each of these archetypes and post your results on Edmodo.

And my traveling companions
Are ghosts and empty sockets
I'm looking at ghosts and empties
But I've reason to believe
We all will be received
In Graceland

There is a girl in New York City
Who calls herself the human trampoline
And sometimes when I'm falling, flying
Or tumbling in turmoil I say
Oh, so this is what she means

She means we're bouncing into Graceland
And I see losing love
Is like a window in your heart
And everybody sees you're blown apart
Everybody feels the wind blow

In Graceland, in Graceland
I'm going to Graceland
For reasons I cannot explain
There's some part of me wants to see
Graceland

And I may be obliged to defend
Every love, every ending
Or maybe there's no obligations now
Maybe I've a reason to believe
We all will be received
In Graceland The Mississippi delta was shining
Like a national guitar
I am following the river
Down the highway
Through the cradle of the civil war
I'm going to Graceland
Graceland
In Memphis, Tennessee
I'm going to Graceland
Poor boys and pilgrims with families
And we are going to Graceland
My traveling companion is nine years old
He is the child of my first marriage
But I've reason to believe
We both will be received
In Graceland
She comes back to tell me she's gone
As if I didn't know that
As if I didn't know my own bed
As if I'd never noticed
The way she brushed her hair from her forehead
And she said losing love
Is like a window in your heart
Everybody sees you're blown apart
Everybody sees the wind blow

I'm going to Graceland
Memphis, Tennessee
I'm going to Graceland
Poor boys and pilgrims with families
And we are going to Graceland
Graceland by Paul Simon the journey road = journey search for self
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