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Transcript of FRIDAY
"When you believe in things that you don't understand,
Then you suffer,
Superstition ain't the way."
Do Now: Superstition
Real Life Reading Skills
Many skills we practice in this class are skills that will help you in all academic content areas. When you read nonfiction for social studies and science classes, as well as philosophy and psychology, you need to be able to mentally outline the texts you read. Today we'll work on your ability to MENTALLY ORGANIZE your understanding of what you read. This starts with identifying the main idea within each paragraph. This will help you in your OBJECTIVE SUMMARIES as well.
The Black Cat
Today, we'll spend some time SIFTTing the story The Black Cat for evidence of MOOD. With your partner, you should:
Fill in two examples for each of the SIFTT items, except theme. For theme, you may have one. In the analysis boxes, write how your evidence contributes to mood.
2. Discuss and agree on an overall MOOD and an overall TONE for the story. Be able to defend your choices.
Here's a young Stevie performing this amazing song on the awesome show, Soul Train.
Using the sticks, you will be assigned a partner.
Each partnership will be given a card with a "mood" word on it.
Each group will compose a one-two page story about a tea party that conveys the mood assigned. You must:
Use all of the elements of SIFTT to convey mood in your story.
Attempt to make the mood clear to readers-- we will share and guess.
Keep all content and language SchoolApprope.
ROOTS QUIZ and MUSIC VIDEO FRIDAY