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Unit 2 Week 5
Transcript of Unit 2 Week 5
The adjective clause is used to modify a noun or a pronoun.
It will begin with a relative pronoun (who, whose, whom, which, and that) or a subordinate conjunction (when, where, and since).
Example - Jane is a person in
whom I can place my confidence.
1. I play a kind of music that nobody likes.
2. The man whom you saw was not the famous actor.
3. I remember the day when I took my first airplane ride.
4. I have a neighbor whose parents live in Australia.
5. The hint that I learned about cleaning the walk saved me much work.
Find the adjective clause in the following sentences and tell which word it modifies.
1. I play a kind of
that nobody likes.
whom you saw
was not the famous actor.
3. I remember the
when I took my first airplane ride.
4. I have a
live in Australia.
that I learned about cleaning
the walk saved me much work.
Do Now Review
Adjective Clauses Homework Due
10/21 or 10/24
Character Motivation Practice Worksheets A and B
Character Motivation Short Writing
A. People usually want to be successful at things they try.
C. People want to be right when they make a statement .
B. People usually try and get away with doing things the easy way.
1. Select 2 different human nature scenarios.
2. Write TWO short 4-5 sentence fictional stories invovling a character being motivated by a human nature.
- must include two complex sentences per story.
1. The occasion was a momentous one for all. All the family were together at last.
2. The site has several steep slopes. The million-dollar home will be built there.
3. The time was very exciting. Our team won the championship.
4. The author wrote the novel. He received a Pulitzer Prize.
5. I recall the time. There was no freeway to Salt Lake City then.
Do Now: Combining Sentences with Adjective Clauses
Directions: Combine the following sentences using an adjective clause using the introductory words who, whose, whom, which, that, when, where, and since.
1. The occasion when all the family were together at last was a momentous one for all.
2. The site where the million-dollar home will be built has several steep slopes.
3. The time when our team won the championship was very exciting.
4. The author who received a Pulitzer Prize wrote the novel.
5. I recall the time when there was no freeway to Salt Lake City.
Do Now Review
1. Do Now
2. Review LT
3. Adjective Clause Notes
4. Character Motivation Handout Review
5. Character Motivaton Activity
7. Antigone, "Conflicting Motivations"
8. Antigone Character Motives Graphic Organizer
What am I learning today?
I can analyze conflicting character motivations.
RL.9-10.3Analyze how complex characters (e.g., those with multiple or conflicting motivations) develop over the course of a text, interact with other characters, and advance the plot or develop the theme.
Antigone: Conflicting Motivations
The new student carefully observes the outfits that the popular girls are wearing. She goes to the mall every weekend to purchase clothes just like the ones they wear.
A candidate for mayor knows the town wants a reaction center. She promises to build one even though she knows the town doesn't have the money.
Every week Mario visits his grandmother in the nursing home. He makes sure she has no bedsores and lovingly examines her swollen feet. As he is leaving, he remarks to the nurse on duty, "Grandma needs more regular attention
a. to gain prestige by proving she is wealthier than her classmates.
b. to become a model
c. to be accepted by the popular girls
What is the student's motivation for buying these clothes?
a. to run a budget deficit
b. to win potential voters
c. to have a recreation center
What is the politician's motivation for making this promise?
a. to criticize the nurses
b. to learn about common ailments among the elderly
c. to make sure his grandmother is well taken care of
What is Mario's motivation for checking on his grandmother?
1. Select reading guide (A) or (B).
2. Read Antigone with your reading group.
3. Complete reading guide questions as you read.
Textual Evidence: What the
But all that is of less
concern to me than my own safety.
The guard is motivated by wanting to remain safe and receive no punishment for the burial of Polynices.
Identify two characters in the scene that had conflicting motivations and explain how their interactions create different or similar tones throughout the scene.
Journal # 7
Describe a time when you wanted to prove a point. What was the point you wanted to prove? Who were you trying to prove it to? Why?
Men should have more power than women. Do you agree or disagree with this statement? Why?
1. Do Now
2. Adjective Clause Notes
3. Adjective Clause Handout
4. Character Motivation Practice
Directions: Write a complete sentence by adding an independent clause to each dependent clause below.
Example A: If you work on Monday,
Answer: If you work on Monday, you will have less customers.
1. When the parent arrives,
2. As the lights dim,
3. As the sun rises,
4. No matter how you look at it,
Adverb Clause Homework due 10/25 or 10/26
Journal # 8
Describe a fictional person who has a personality that is completely opposite from your own. What type of emotions, actions and speech does this person use? Could you get a long with this person?
Antigone: Epic Foil
Foreshadow - be a warning or indication of (a future event).
A tragic hero is doomed by fate, some supernatural force to be destroyed, or endure great suffering.
Foil - A foil is any character (whose personal qualities contrast with another character. By providing this contrast, we get to know more about the other character.
1. Read Pages 278-283.
2. Discuss the "Key Ideas and Details" questions.
3. On a separate sheet of answer the three "Key Ideas and Details" questions.
- Do not complete page 280 question and 2nd question on pg 282
Combine the following sentences using adverb clauses at the end of the sentence.
1. We watched the robins. They raised their young in our apple tree.
2. Becky read the book. It was recommended by a friend.
3. Dad donates his suits to charity. He has worn them a year.
4. The policemen delayed the drivers. The wrecks were cleared.
5. Ann ate an apple. She studied her vocabulary.
1. We watched the robins while they raised their young in our apple tree.
2. Becky read the book since it was recommended by a friend.
3. Dad donates his suits to charity after he has worn them a year.
4. The policemen delayed the drivers until the wrecks were cleared.
5. Ann ate an apple as she studied her vocabulary.
Do Now Review
1. Do Now
2. Review LT
3. Finish Antigone: Conflicting Motivations
4. Complete Antigone Graphic Organizer
6. Academic Vocabulary Notes
7. Antigone: Epic Foil
8. Reading Check 2
I can analyze a foil character.
Antigone Reading Check 2
How does Haemon act as a character foil for Creon? Which of Creon's character traits are highlighted by his interactions with Haemon in the "Epic Foil" scene?
7. Identify Antigone’s tone in lines 521-526.
And if I have to die
before my time, well, I count that a gain.
When someone has to live the way I do,
surrounded by so many evil things,
how can she fail to find a benefit
Character Motivation Graphic