10-15-12_Intro to Lit S2_19_3.16 Poetry Analysis Scars

Report
Block 2 seating Chart
White Board
Antonio
Angelina
Brittany
Brenda
Monica
Isella
Christian
Nick
Steven
Amber
Aleah
Jorge
Federico
Uriel
Thomas
SMART (Participation) Grade (5 min)
Each day YOU will decide the grade you deserve.*
Your 5-point daily participation grade is based on CLA’s core-values:
CLA Students are S.M.A.R.T.
S = Self-Controlled
M = Motivated
A = Accountable
R = Respectful
T = Timely
What do you deserve today?
*One point for each core-value (5 points possible each day). I reserve the right to change these
grades.
Do Now (5 min)
What are the effects of
emotional pain? Physical
pain?
Why?
Poetry Analysis of Scars
and American Hero
Activity 3.16
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Agenda
1.
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6.
Do Now (5 min)
Objectives (1 min)
Review TPCASTT (5 min)
Together-Read Scars (5 min)21
Together-Read American Hero(5 min)
TPCASTT Sheet for Scars and American Hero(25
min)
7. Closing (1 min)
8. Exit Slip (5 min)
9. Participation Grades (3 min)
Objectives (2 min)
Content (The knowledge you’ll master
today)
SWBAT:
1. Analyze Hope Is The Thing With Feathers and Scars
Language (How you will
master the knowledge)
By:
1. Writing notes in a TPCASTT template
Review TPCASTT (5 min)
Objective: SWBAT: Analyze a poem for connotation and theme by writing notes
in a TPCASTT worksheet
Title
Paraphrase
Make
a prediction. What do
Connotation
Restate
the main ideas of
Attitude
you
think
the title means
What
words/phrases
Shift
the
poem
in speaker’s
your own
Theme
Titleyou
revisited
Describe
the
before
read
the
suggest
beyond
literal
Describe
wheretheir
thepoem.
poem
words.
What
Re-examine
do you
think
the
title.
is theWhat
attitude.
Use
specific
meaning.
idea/feeling
appears toThe
shift,
either in a
underlying
do you
think
message
it means
about
now
adjectives
(descriptive
word
causes
in your
subject,
speaker,
or mind.
tone.
life
in expressed
theto
context
inof
this
the
poem?
poem?
words)
describe
your
ideas.
Focus on
connotation!
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-“Dear Sirs Of Course I’ll come”
-“I’ve packed my galoshes”
-“If it helps any, I will tell you, I’ve always felt
funny using chopsticks”
Focus on Theme
Objective: SWBAT: Analyze a poem for connotation and theme by writing notes
in a TPCASTT worksheet
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Beauty of simplicity
Capitalism – effect on the individual
Change of power - necessity
Change versus tradition
Chaos and order
Character – destruction, building up
Circle of life
Coming of age
Communication – verbal and nonverbal
Companionship as salvation
Convention and rebellion
Dangers of ignorance
Darkness and light
Death – inevitable or tragedy
Desire to escape
Destruction of beauty
Disillusionment and dreams
Displacement
Empowerment
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Emptiness of attaining false dream
Everlasting love
Evils of racism
Facing darkness
Facing reality
Fading beauty
Faith versus doubt
Family – blessing or curse
Fate and free will
Fear of failure
Female roles
Fulfillment
Good versus bad
Greed as downfall
Growing up – pain or pleasure
Hazards of passing judgment
Heartbreak of betrayal
Heroism – real and perceived
Hierarchy in nature
Identity crisis
Together-Read I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud (5 min)21
Objective: SWBAT: Analyze a poem for connotation and theme by writing notes
in a TPCASTT worksheet
p. 239
Together-Read I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud (5 min)21
Objective: SWBAT: Analyze a poem for connotation and theme by writing notes
in a TPCASTT worksheet
p. 240
Block 2
Here are the partners:
Group 1
Antonio, Steven, Ellie, Amber
Group 2
Monika, Jorge, Valentine, Christian
Group 3
Uriel, Brittany, Brenda
Group 4
Thomas, Federico, Aleaha
Group 5
Isela, Nick, Angelina, Joseph
Block 3
Here are the partners:
Group 1
Savannah, Jazzy, Glendi, Darrell
Group 2
Greg, Michelle, Jakeela, Ahsten
Group 3
Illycia, Samuel, Adrianne, Quevon
Group 4
Bianca, Jalen, Alexander
Group 5
Jose, Julian, Troy, Elizabeth
TPCASTT Sheet for I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud and Harlem (25 min)
Objective: SWBAT: Analyze a poem for connotation and theme by writing notes
in a TPCASTT worksheet
p. 236237
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Closing (1 min)
Did you master the following objectives?
Content (The knowledge you’ll master
today)
SWBAT:
1. Analyze Hope Is The Thing With Feathers and Scars
Language (How you will
master the knowledge)
By:
1. Writing notes in a TPCASTT template
Exit Slip (5 min)
What is one of the
themes in
Scars? Why?
American Hero? Why?
SMART (Participation) Grade (3 min)
Each day YOU will decide the grade you deserve.*
Your 5-point daily participation grade is based on CLA’s core-values:
CLA Students are S.M.A.R.T.
S = Self-Controlled
M = Motivated
A = Accountable
R = Respectful
T = Timely
What do you deserve today?
*One point for each core-value (5 points possible each day). I reserve the right to change these
grades.

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