Loading presentation...

Present Remotely

Send the link below via email or IM

Copy

Present to your audience

Start remote presentation

  • Invited audience members will follow you as you navigate and present
  • People invited to a presentation do not need a Prezi account
  • This link expires 10 minutes after you close the presentation
  • A maximum of 30 users can follow your presentation
  • Learn more about this feature in our knowledge base article

Do you really want to delete this prezi?

Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again.

DeleteCancel

Make your likes visible on Facebook?

Connect your Facebook account to Prezi and let your likes appear on your timeline.
You can change this under Settings & Account at any time.

No, thanks

Thematic Unit: Speaking Out!

No description
by

Evelyn Hart

on 12 February 2016

Comments (0)

Please log in to add your comment.

Report abuse

Transcript of Thematic Unit: Speaking Out!

Thematic Unit: Speaking Up & Speaking Out!
Excerpt from
Th1rteen R3asons Why
by Jay Asher
SAR Crossover Practice
Anticipatory Activities
Anticipatory Writing Activity
Reading Vocabulary
The Expository
The Poem
Mini-Lesson Literary Focus: Mood
English I and Reading I
Mrs. Evelyn Marie Hart-Benavides
Sam Houston MSTC

The Literary
Have you ever witnessed an incident that just didn't seem right? What happened? What was your response/reaction? Do you think you responded/reacted correctly? Why? (Answer in at least FIVE
complete sentences. Use your GRAMMAR SKILLS!
Image Streaming
Directions: On your own paper, write down the first word that comes to mind regarding the image/word shown to you.
JUSTICE
SILENCE
WRONG
ACTION
RESPONSIBILITY
CITIZENSHIP
CONSCIENCE
Image Streaming
Directions: Based on all the words presented to you and the connections you've made to these words, what do you think are the THEME(s) of the paired texts? Write them down.
JUSTICE
SILENCE
WRONG
ACTION
RESPONISBILITY
CITIZENSHIP
CONSCIENCE
Making CONNECTIONS!
Name a MOVIE that relates to these words.
Name a CURRENT EVENT that relates to these words.
Name an EVENT from your life or someone else's that relates to these words.
Speaking Up/Out:
Guilty as Charged?!
What do ALL these THINGS have in COMMON?
Who is this?

What do we know about her?

How and why does she represent this THEME?

What are some possible STAAR writing prompts we could use this person and her "story" to support?
PAIR SHARE: Fill out your HELP CHART as it applies to this THEME.
We all know that that MOOD can be used to describe a person’s emotional state of being. This word is also used when discussing literature to describe the overall feeling of the work. In this exercise, we will analyze TWO movie trailers to gain an understanding of mood to prepare for similar analysis of the literature we will read for this unit. Use your handout to respond to the trailers.
The Women in Black
Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close
STAAR SAR Practice
EXTRA Crossover Practice

TOPIC SENTENCE
(at least ONE sentence)
Restate the QUESTION adding in your answer! This means you will use the WORDING of the QUESTION.

CONCRETE DETAILS
(at least TWO sentences)
Cite evidence from BOTH selections to support your answer. Be sure to BLEND/EMBED your text/quotations. ALWAYS use
QUOTATION MARKS. Make sure the evidence APPLIES!

COMMENTARY & CONCLUDING STATEMENT

(at least TWO sentences)
Explain/Elaborate/Expand on your answer and textual evidence.
Add a LIFE LESSON/GENERALIZATION to your answer. (Overall)

The STEPS to effectively ANSWERING a CROSSOVER are:
STAAR Expository Prompt
1. ANNOTATE (mark up) any important words
in the quote, think statement and prompt.

2. Think about what YOU know that will support
the writing prompt.

3. Use a HELP chart to help brainstorm what
you know.

4. Prewrite your essay! Remember... You need
an INTRO, at least TWO body paragraphs and
a conclusion.

5. Use TRANSITIONAL WORDS and PHRASES to
make your paper flow smoothly.

6. Revise and edit.

7. Write your final copy on your answer sheet.
(26 lines ONLY!!!)
REMEMBER...
QUOTE
THINK
STATEMENT
PROMPT
STAAR:
Academic Vocabulary
(Mood & Tone)
STAAR: MC Practice
Directions: Create a foldable using the following words below:
First off... Let's review what MOOD and TONE are
.
Mood
- The overall feelings or emotions that a text creates for the reader.

Tone
- Tone is the author’s attitude toward a subject. Tone is set by the setting, choice
of vocabulary and other details.

Next, let's look at words/phrases that connect to mood/tone.
attitude -
writer's overall feeling -
convey -
diction -
evoke -
create -
contribute -
effect -

The following words/phrases will be found in MC and SAR questions that pertain to mood and tone.
Full transcript