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Monday
Agenda Homework Warmup
• On pgs. 40-41 INB, copy the date, the agenda, the
homework, and the warmup.
• Agenda:
– Complete page 38 INB LiteraryHistorical Periods (pg
4+5 Literature)
– Take Notes on pages 22-29 Literature
• Homework:
– Vocabulary Test on Friday
– Interactive Notebooks due on Friday
Warm-up
• Who were the key writers during the Harlem
Renaissance? (pg. 4-5 Literature)
• What key events happened during the Realism
period? (pg. 4-5 Literature)
Page 38 INB
Literary
Historical
Periods
Turn to page 4+5 American Literature and select 4 historical periods
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• Make a 4-column chart on page 38 (a column for each historical
period). Use COLOR.
• List:
– Name of the Historical Period
– Date
– 2-4 Key authors
– 2-4 Key literary works (use Table of Contents FM12-31 to help you)
– 2-3 key events that occurred during that historical period
Tuesday
Agenda, Homework, and Warm-ups
• Agenda: Complete on pages 40-41
– Warm-up
– INB Checklist – attach to Title Page
– Cornell Notes – “Of Plymouth Plantation” and William
Bradford pg. 43 INB
• Homework
– Complete summaries (5+ sentences) Cornell Notes
“Literary Lenses” (pg 39 INB) and “Of Plymouth
Plantation” (pg 43 INB)
– Vocab Quiz 9/19 Friday
– INB Check 9/19 Friday
Warm-up
• Write down 5 things you know about Pilgrims
and Puritans.
Cornell Notes on
“Of Plymouth Plantation”
by William Bradford
page 43 INB
EQ: Who are the Pilgrims?
Pilgrims
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Where did the Pilgrims come from?
Someone who makes a pilgrimage or journey
For Puritans this was also an inner journey to salvation
With a voyage arranged by the Virginia Company, the
Pilgrims set sail for America aboard the Mayflower and
landed in Plymouth, New England in 1620 from England
and Holland
Pilgrims traveled from England to America and arrived here during the winter.
The Pilgrims lived on the ship for over a month before they left. The trip
took 66 days. They lived on the ship during the first winter.
Puritan Beliefs
• What did the Puritans believe?
• Puritanism covered a period from the1550s to about
1700
• Puritans- originally from England
– Wantedto “purify” the Anglican church (or the
Church of England)—too much like Catholic Church
• The Pilgrims – were Puritans who wanted to separate from
the Church of England, called Separatists. Moved to
Holland and 1607 then to America in 1620.
A Separatist movement developed within the Puritans.
They had given up on “purifying” the church deciding
that only a separate movement could succeed.
Plymouth Colony
William Bradford,Governor of the Plymouth Colony
Moving first to Holland in 1607, fear of assimilation
and lack of religious fervor led them to leave for a new
land “devoyd of all civill inhabitants” in 1620. These
people we call “Pilgrims.”
Style of Puritan Literature
What is the Puritan writing Style?
• Plain and simple style
– Writing style with a clear statement. There is no
use of pathos or emotion to sway the reader.
– Now seems difficult but in 1600s it was
considered simple and direct
– No elaborate figures of speech and imagery
– Style mirrored the way they lived their lives: plain
& unadorned
Style of Puritan Literature
• Straightforward—unembellished direct
statements, with little figurative language,
although there are frequent Biblical allusions.
• Spiritual—intended as either personal
reflection or group edification
Lasting Effects of Puritans
What are the lasting effects of the Puritans?
• Emphasis on
Simplicity in Worship
• Public Education
• High Moral Standards
• Democratic Political
Principles
• Puritan Ethic –
Believed good was
accomplished through
hard work, self-reliance,
and self-discipline.
Influenced industrialism
and efficiency.
Harvard University
Wednesday
Agenda, Homework, Warm-up
• Agenda -- record on page 40-41
– Warm-up
– Finish Cornell Notes “Of Plymouth Plantation” p. 43
INB
– Read “Of Plymouth Plantation” pg. 102-113
• Homework –
– Complete Summaries (5+ sentences) for Cornell Notes
“Literary Lenses” (p. 39 INB) and “Of Plymouth
Plantation” (p. 43 INB)-9/19
– Vocab Quiz 9/19
– INB Check 9/19
Warm-up
• What did the Pilgrims have in common with
the Puritans?
• How were the Pilgrims different from the
Puritans?
• Name one of the qualities of the Puritan
writing style.
William Bradford, 1590-1657
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Who was William Bradford?
Grew up in England
Had no formal higher education
Became part of a group of Nonconformists
when he was 12
• This group fled to Holland in 1608 to avoid
persecution
• 1620 set sail for the “New World”
William Bradford
• Who was William Bradford?
• Landed in Plymouth in December of 1620
• His wife fell (or jumped) as they approached
the “New World”
• ½ the settlers died of cold, disease, and
malnutrition that first winter.
• In the end, many left Plymouth and lost sight
of Bradford’s “ideal society”
William Bradford
• Elected governor after the first leader died
– Reelected over 30 times
• Helped create positive Indian relations and
democratic town hall meetings
• Began writing his narrative Of Plymouth
Plantation in 1630, but it was not
published until 1856
• Used “Puritan Plain Style”
Of Plymouth Plantation
What are some important
facts about…
• Non-Fiction Narrative
Account – first-hand
account of Pilgrims’
experiences
• Considered the most
complete authority on
the Puritans
• a primary document on
the time period.
“Of Plymouth Plantation”
• Purpose: to inspire future generations to carry
on the Pilgrim ideals
– NOT meant for immediate publication
– NOT to attract more colonists
• A record of it was kept and first published in
1856, but parts had been lost during the
Revolutionary War
Agenda, Homework, Warm-up
• On pgs. 40-41 INB, copy the date, the agenda, the
homework, and the warmup.
• Agenda:
– Take Notes on pages 22-29 Literature
• Homework:
– Vocabulary Test on Friday
– Interactive Notebooks due on Friday
Early American Writing
22-31 Literature
pgs
• In class, read with your partner pages 23-31
Literature.
• Complete “Study Guide Early American Writing”
• Attach “Study Guide Early American Writing” to
page 42
THURSDAY
Agenda, Homework, Warm-ups
• Agenda – On page 40-41
– Warm-up
– Table of Contents (pg. 2 INB)
– Review for Quiz 9/19
– Read “Of Plymouth Plantation” (pg 102-113
Literature)
Homework:
• Complete Summaries (5+ Sentences) for Cornell
Notes
– Page 39 INB “Literary Lenses”
Due Tomorrow
with INB
– Page 43 INB “Of Plymouth Plantation”
Due
Tuesday 9/23
• INB Check #2 Friday 9/19 – Make sure you have
your INB Checklist
• Vocabulary Quiz Friday 9/19
Warm-up
• Write three things you remember about
William Bradford and “Of Plymouth
Plantation” from the notes yesterday
TABLE OF CONTENTS (PAGE 2 INB)
Date
Page Title
8/25
“Hip Hop Planet” (Margin Notes) 25
8/25-8/29
Agenda Homework, Warm-up
8/28
SOAPSTone
8/27-8/29
Cornell Notes – SOAPSTone
9/2-9/5 Agenda, Homework, Warm-ups
30-31
9/4
Guided Chunking/Stylistic Choices 32
9/4
“Hip Hop Planet” Writing Assignment
9/4-9/10
Rough Draft,Peer Edit,Personal Resps
9/9
Direct Quotations and Paraphrase
9/8-9/12
Agenda, Homework, Warm-ups
9/12
Literary Histories – 4 Time Periods *38
9/11-9/12
Cornell Notes – Literary Lenses
Page Number
26-27
*28
*29
33
34
35
36-37
*39
TABLE OF CONTENTS pg. 2 INB
Date
9/15-9/19
9/15
9/16
9/22
9/17
Page Title
Agenda, Homework, Warm-ups
Left Side
Cornell Notes “Of Plymouth Plantation”
Left Side
Study Guide “Of Plymouth Plantation”
Page Number
40-41
42
43
44
45
Quiz 9/19
• It will cover Cornell Notes “Literary Lenses” and Cornell Notes “Of
Plymouth Plantation”
• It will be matching.
• It will be 10 pts.
• It will cover: Literary Lens, Historical/Cultural Lens, Biographical
Lens, Psychological Lens, Philosophical/Moral Lens, Pilgrims vs.
Puritans, Separtists, Mayflower 1620, Lasting Effects of Puritans,
esp. Puritan Ethic, Church of England (Anglican Church), Puritan
writing Style--plain and simple, no emotion, no figurative language,
unadorned, straightforward, spiritual
Friday
Agenda, Homework, Warm-up
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Agenda Copy on page 40-41
Vocabulary Quiz – you may use INB
Collect INB – Due today
Read “Of Plymouth Plantation” pg 107-108
Homework: No Homework. Enjoy your
weekend.
• Warm-up: No warm-up today

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