THIS IS THE FINAL LESSON FOR ENGLISH 10!!!!
Warm-up: Choose a partner and then a novel (from the list): have both approved. Dates for this will be announced early in the course. 448 more words
Warm-up: Review of the basic literary terms with the Smartboard and cooperative activities.
Content: Read and discuss the following short stories: “Lamb to the Slaughter” (suspense, characterization, irony, stock character), “Story of an Hour” (mood, plot, tone, antithesis), “Hills Like White Elephants” (atmosphere, ambiguity, dialogue, characterization), “The Lottery” (symbolism, antithesis, imagery), “The Pit and the Pendulum” (style, inference, imagery, symbolism), and “The Interlopers” (conflict, climax, irony). 304 more words
Warm-up: Review the concept of nonfiction and key terms associated with nonfiction such as: evidence versus commentary; viewpoint, tone, and ethos; narrative hook versus thesis statement; logos versus pathos; topic sentences and concluding statements; informative, narrative, and persuasive formats; audience/reader considerations; and reasons to write. 640 more words
Warm-up: Review evidence and commentary.
Evidence (objective facts/unbiased): a statement that can be proven true because it is a verifiable fact; logical appeals are necessary when making an argument and are more effective if presented as facts; facts include things like numbers and statistics, authorities or expert witnesses, anecdotes or scenarios, cause and effect, and denotation. 830 more words
Warm-up: A general discussion of the following:
1) Nonfiction comprises of a MUCH larger portion of the publishing world than fiction. It includes anthologies, speeches, historical documents, biographies and autobiographies, narratives, essays, warranties and contracts, how to books, instructions, and legal documents. 1,284 more words
Warm-up: Review and discuss basic poetry and literary terms.
Sound devices: prosody (rhythm, meter, and rhyme scheme), repetition, parallelism, alliteration, assonance, consonance, onomatopoeia
Figurative language: imagery, simile, metaphor, personification, hyperbole, understatement, cliché, irony, symbolism, conceit (extended comparisons that link objects or ideas not commonly associated, often mixing abstract ideas and emotional matters), paradox (images or descriptions that appear self-contradictory but reveal a deeper truth) 1,977 more words