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Tuesday 9.29.15

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Amy Swanson

on 28 September 2015

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TWO things:

1. We didn't read the article yesterday! Oops! So, today we need to go over the questions again and annotate the article.
2. I'd like to make a suggestion for #3, on the back.
Article of the Week
1. Copy the quote completely and accurately.
2. Respond meaningfully.
Do Now
In sticks-selected groups, you will brainstorm as many words as possible that contain this week's prefixes: PRE-FORE-POST.

Some Rules:
1. No words from this week's list may be included-even those at the top (words you may already know).
2. NO multiple forms of the same words (submit, submission)

Roots Brainstorm
Here we go with Music Video Tuesday.

We will start with an analysis of the lyrics.

Remember, we are practicing the skills of a literary analysis here!

Say it!

Prove it!

Link It!

Music Video...Tuesday?
Let's wrap up our work with MOOD and Wizard of Oz.

What feeling word would we use to describe Munchkin Land?

What evidence could we use to support this "claim?"

What could we write to link our evidence to the claim?
Literary Analysis: Mood
We will be writing a literary analysis essay comparing the way two authors use characterization to develop their characters as "misfits" or "outcasts" from society.

Before we read, let's briefly go over characterization-- the strategies an author uses to reveal a character's traits.
Direct and Indirect Characterization
Tuesday 9.29.15
"The world needs anger. The world often continues to allow evil because it isn't angry enough."
Bede Jarrett
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