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Housekeeping • Read/Review “Damon & Pythias” (pg. 688 lit. book) due 5/19 • Complete Tuesday’s class work: “the Chenoo” Coat of Arms Shield & Essay due 5/19 • Short Response: Define tall tale and use “Uncle Septimus’ Beard” (pg. 698 lit. book) to provide support for how the story is an example of a tall tale due 5/19.
Coat of Arms Essay Introductory Paragraph Example After reading “The Chenoo”… Every symbol I selected relates to the legend and depicts a crucial element. X, Y, and Z relate to “The Chenoo” in symbolic ways. X represents _________, Y stands for ________, and Z illustrates the _________ relationship.
Coat of Arms Body Paragraph Example (Need multiple paragraphs like it) In “The Chenoo” trickery is a critical element. X represents trickery. On my shield X symbol is drawn across a field of [insert colors here] because it represents the trickery seen in “The Chenoo.” I selected _________ and _________ colors because they depict ___________ elements from the legend. For example, when __________ happens, it illustrates ___________. These colors are arranged in the ___________ charge pattern to represent ____________. Another crucial idea repeated throughout “The Chenoo” is the importance of family. This is represented on the Coat of Arms shield with the Y symbol.
Coat of Arms Concluding Paragraph Example In summation, the legend of “The Chenoo” uses some popular motifs repeated throughout the text including: trickery, the importance of family, and _____________. These ideas are conveyed on the Coat of Arms shield through the use of X, Y, and Z symbols. Even the colors selected and the charge pattern play an integral part to the symbolism of the shield. Suffice it to say, no matter the genre of literature, when symbolism is involved no detail is too small. Every element works together to create a larger, unified idea.