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Transcript of Thursday 10.30.14
You may choose what will best serve you:
Write original sentences using each of the words.
Create a mnemonic device to remember each word.
Create flash cards with the words, roots, and definitions (I have blank cards for you.)
Create an illustration in which all ten words (the meanings of the words) are reflected.
As we are reading today, note on a post it at least one example where the author is SHOWING and not TELLING. Be prepared to share.
You will have the remaining time to work on your original stories. Once your story is complete, you should check it against the checklist and rubric. Then, begin work on your Animoto presentation. We will have today, Monday and Tuesday to work on this assignment.
"Envy is an insult to oneself."
"Jealousy is the fear or apprehension of superiority: envy our uneasiness under it."
We are going to continue reading Christie's "Double Sin." When we finish, I'm going to ask you to write a journal considering the following:
Does Christie's story meet the six detective story requirements? Why or why not? Explain.
Compare Poirot with Holmes. Contrast the two.
Compare Watson and Hastings. Contrast them.
What did you like and what would you change?
Be prepared to share.
The Cask of Amontillado
Now we'll meet another of Poe's unreliable narrator. Let's consider: Is this one crazy, too? In the same way or in a somewhat different way? What role does revenge play in this story? How does it fit with our definition of revenge?
Don't forget: Copy the quote and author completely and respond thoughtfully. Keep working on distinguishing between envy and admiration. This Shenstone quote urges the reader to begin distinguishing between jealousy and envy...