May 11

Honors 9th Literature Week 18 5/14 – 5/18

Planning Your Week

M 5/14: The Night Circus projects due. Submit all written work to Turnitin.com BEFORE class, and combine all students’ materials into a binder to turn in during class. The Night Circus Group Tent Project

F 5/18: Style analysis essay for director Tim Burton due to Turnitin.com.

M 5/21: ZINC last quarter due (284 total words).

 

Monday, May 14

Opener: Set up The Night Circus presentations.

Work Session:

  1. Present The Night Circus projects.

Closer: Review style analysis for Tim Burton.

HOMEWORK:  Work on style analysis essay and ZINC.

 

Tuesday, May 15

Opener: Review feedback on initial body paragraphs; plan revision for the final style analysis essay.  Continue Activity 2.13; read passage 2 from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and complete the text-dependent questions.

Work Session:

  1. 3rd ONLY: Begin Activity 2.13 “Setting the Mood and Understanding Tone: Wonka Two Ways”; read the excerpt from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Read the excerpt and complete the table identifying mood and the stylistic elements that contribute to it.
  2. Complete the tone chart on p.158 and “The Language of Style Analysis” p.159.
  3. Watch the beginning of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory; jigsaw the cinematic techniques to take film notes on Burton’s style.
  4. Groups share findings from the “close viewing” then discuss Burton’s style.

Closer: Compose a response to the assigned prompt p.160

HOMEWORK: Work on style analysis essay and ZINC.

 

Wednesday, May 16

Opener: Jigsaw cinematic techniques and review scenes 10-12 in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.

Work Session:

  1. Quickwrite response: What effect does Burton want to create in the scene at home and in the scene in front of the factory? What choices does Burton make to create these effects?
  2. Groups: create a scene and then apply five cinematic techniques to the scene (#2 p.162); create a two-column graphic organizer (cinematic technique/intended effect); present the scene to the class.

Closer: Class summary: groups identify the most successful technique for producing your intended effect.

HOMEWORK: Work on style analysis essay and ZINC.

 

Thursday, May 17

Opener: Complete the narrative writing prompt p.162.

Work Session: 

  1. Analyze style as you view scenes 14-16 p.163, filling in the graphic organizer p.164 with observations.
  2. Compose leveled questions and answer within your group.
  3. Complete the interpretation section of the chart p.164

Closer: Compose a response to “Writing to Sources” Explanatory Prompt p.165.

HOMEWORK:  Work on style analysis essay and ZINC.

 

Friday, May 18

Opener: Review EA2 assignment and rubric.

Work Session:

  1. View Edward Scissorhands, completing film analysis notes and discussing opening credits and the frame story.

Closer: Review style analysis for Tim Burton and point-by-point vs. subject-by-subject comparison.

HOMEWORK:  Style analysis essay due to Turnitin.com; ZINC due Monday at 11:59 p.m.


Posted May 11, 2018 by Rachael Sanford in category Honors 9th Literature

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