WARM UP English Class LOOKS like (an animal) English class smells like ( an odor) English class taste like ( a food) English class feels like (a surface)
TPO • CLASSROOM PROCEDURES WILL BE DEMONSTRATED USING A PP PRESENTATION AND INTERACTIVE GROUP ACTIVITY THAT WILL FOCUS ON OVERALL MOOD AND DICTION.
YELLOW • LOOKS like ( ) • SMELLS like ( ) • TASTE like ( ) • FEELS like ( )
BLUE • LOOKS like ( ) • SMELLS like ( ) • TASTE like ( ) • FEELS like ( )
GREEN • LOOKS like ( ) • SMELLS like ( ) • TASTE like ( ) • FEELS like ( )
RED • LOOKS like ( ) • SMELLS like ( ) • TASTE like ( ) • FEELS like ( )
EXIT TICKET • Taking your card, I would like you to write a 5 to 6 sentence paragraph based on what you have written on the card. Your first sentence should follow this format: • The color ___________ is_______________because ________________________.
WARM UP # 2 • ON A SHEET OF LINED PAPER, DESCRIBE THIS ITEM OR SUBJECT USING PHRASES OR SENTENCES AND AS MANY ADJECTIVES/ADVERBS AS POSSIBLE. • EX: BUMBLEBEE POLLINATING A FLOWER BUZZING HAPPILY AROUND, A LARGE, HAPPY ,BIG, BROWN AND YELLOW BUMBLEBEE EXPERTLY POLLINATED THE BEAUTIFUL FLOWERS TO MAKE THE FLOWERS BLOOM COLORFULLY. • BEES AT BASEBALL PARK NEAR THE TRASH CAN
TPO • WE WILL ANALYZE THE LITERATURE ELEMENTS AND TOOLS OF DICTION,MOOD,TONE, AND AUTHORS PURPOSE TO BETTER INTERPRET LITERATURE.
THE WAY WE FEEL • Denotation is the dictionary definition. • Connotation refers to feelings and attitudesassociated with the words. • Diction is the author’s deliberate wordchoice. • Author’s Purpose : to explain, inform, persuade, entertain. It is also his/her intent for writing the piece of literature. • Mood: The feeling the reader gets from the piece of literature.
Diction= TONE • Tone= the author’s attitude towards his subject or his audience • Think about the following word: walking • “stroll” – to describe walking for pleasure without hurrying • “wander” – to describe walking without specific purpose • “trudge” – to describe walking slowly with effort, usually in a tiring and long journey • “stride” – to describe walking fast, taking big steps • “shuffle” – to describe walking slowly, without taking your feet off the ground • Which word would you use if you were walking… • … lost at the mall • … late for class • … at the park enjoying a sunny day • When might you use the word “trudge” or “shuffle”?
MOOD • THE HORROR OF IT ALL
POLICE OFFICER • PULLING SOMEONE OVER ON THE HIGHWAY
RULER OF A COUNTRY • SETTING UP GOVERNMENT RUN WELFARE FOR ALL
USE OF TECHNOLOGY • TECHNOLOGY IN SCHOOL CLASSROOM
WHAT DAD’S DO LESSON • Read both poems with the same subject and answer the diction/mood/tone questions.
CAT / DOG • Read the two separate stories and determine what the subject of both are( should be the same) • Highlight the diction that creates feeling in the stories. • What is the author’s tone for each of the two stories? • What is the overall mood of each story?
TONE/MOOD • Notes on tone / mood • Read each selection and describe the mood and tone of each
VERY SHORT STORIES • INDENTIFYING TONE/MOOD • Answer the question over each of the very short stories? • Once you have answered each of the questions over the stories, on a sheet of paper, turn the answers into a short answer OER complete with a topic “is” “because” statement , embedded proof an explanation.
Author’s Purpose • ENGLISH I: Read the biographical information of William Golding “Lord of the Flies” to determine the intent of the author. • ENGLISH IV: Read the biographical information on Aldous Huxley , “Brave New World” to determine the intent of the author.