8th GradersWelcome! Row Leaders: DO NOT grab your row’s folders from the folder box. Have a seat before the bell rings or you will be late. :O) Get out your materials and prepare to write your agenda. -Thank you!
A Quick Reminder: • Do not get out of your seat without permission. • If you are eating, put it away or throw it away. • Do NOT shoot trash into the trash can. • Be ready to work and stay on task.
8th Grade Agenda 3-30-11 Wednesday • Write your agenda • Warm-up (A.L. #13) (p. 437 & p. 440)* • Read: Lit. Focus (p. 437)* & MTW (p. 440)* • Read 3 poems (p. 437-9)* • Lit. Dev. Picture Chart* Objective: On a picture chart, SWBAT identify literary or poetic devices in three different poems. HW: Work on Literary Devices Picture Chart for the 3 poems (“Ode to Thanks,” “Birdfoot’s Grampa,” “Ode to a Toad”)-DUE FRIDAY this is a mini-project (30% of grade) -Have a great night! A.L.:13.) Ode & Lyric Poem CN 3/30
Assignment Log #1313.) Ode & Lyric Poem CN 3/30 Copy down the following questions/prompts on the left hand side of your Cornell notes, and write your answers on the right hand side using the following pages in your Holt L&LA books (p. 437 & p. 440). USE COMPLETE SENTENCES!!! (6 min) • Where did the ode originate? • What is the purpose of an ode? • What are odes like today? • Where was Pablo Neruda from? • Describe Neruda’s style & his reasons for that style. • Where was Joseph Bruchac from? • What does Bruchac say about the lesson he was taught?
HW: Literary Devices Picture ChartDUE FRIDAY! (p. 438-9) “Ode to Thanks” “Birdfoot’s Grampa” (a lyric) “Ode to a Toad” Metaphor-or-Simile: “…” alliteration: “…” 2 lines w/ exact rhyme: “…” Put the literary device and your FULL QUOTE at the top of each square. Neatly copy down the chart below. You will need to find an example of each device specified in each box. Write down the WHOLE quote from the poem that demonstrates that device. Draw a picture to illustrate that quote. GET CREATIVE! :O) Personification: “…” Personification: “…” Personification: “…” Put your pictures at the bottom of each square.
HW: Literary Devices Picture ChartDUE FRIDAY! (p. 438-9) “Ode to Thanks” “Birdfoot’s Grampa” (a lyric) “Ode to a Toad” Metaphor-or-Simile: “…” alliteration: “…” 2 lines w/ exact rhyme: “…” Personification: “…” Personification: “…” Personification: “…”
Winding Down *Class is almost over, so it is time to: • Recap: Did you accomplish this objective? • Objective: On a picture chart, SWBAT identify literary or poetic devices in three different poems. • Reminder: When is the Literary Devices Picture Chart due??? • KEEP YOUR A.L. #13 SAFE! • Take out agenda to be checked. • When you are dismissed, row leaders please put the folders away.
Materials needed • 170 Blank sheets of paper • Crayons
State Standards • 3.1 Determine and articulate the relationship between the purposes and characteristics of different forms of poetry (for example, ballad). • 3.6 Identify significant literary devices (e.g., metaphor, symbolism, dialect, irony) that define a writer's style and use those elements to interpret the work.