Welcome January 4 th 2018 Thursday Do Now Get out your weekly Bell Ringer sheet and begin working on Thursdays assignment Once the bell rings you will have five minutes to find the errors in the post ID: 764275 Download Presentation
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Welcome! January 4 th , 2018 Thursday Do Now Get out your weekly Bell Ringer sheet and begin working on Thursday’s assignment . Once the bell rings, you will have five minutes to find the errors in the post
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Welcome! January 4
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Welcome! January 4th, 2018 Thursday Do NowGet out your weekly Bell Ringer sheet and begin working on Thursday’s assignment. Once the bell rings, you will have five minutes to find the errors in the post.Remember: Do Now's are INDEPENDENT and QUIET exercises.Thank you
Intro to World Literature Focus is on British Literature, but we will delve into other countries and cultures as wellCentral questions focus on story-telling and its purposes. As we read stories from 700AD to the 2000s, we aren’t going to focus quite as much on historical context as the author’s purpose. Why is (s)he telling this story? What methods does (s)he apply, and why? Can anything in a story written over a decade, a hundred, thousand years ago still be applied to our own lives?
Intro to World Literature First unit will be on epics – we’re going to read some of the first known stories humanity has documented. Our first longer piece will be Beowulf – one of the world’s first heroes.
Journal HeadingName 1/4/18CP 10“Storytelling”
Essential Questions: StorytellingOn your paper, write for five minutes in response to the prompts below. I’m looking for at least 5 sentences total. Pre-write: What kind of stories do you like to read or listen to? Why do you think we tell stories?
Essential Questions: StorytellingListen carefully as I read through “The Zebra Storyteller.” Once we finish, take 15 minutes to respond to the questions below. How do the Zebras react to the dangerous Siamese Cat? What does their reaction tell us about their society?Why did the Storyteller Zebra first tell the story about a Siamese Cat who spoke Zebraic? What was his motivation?What impact does the Storyteller’s story have?According to the story, what is the “function” of a storyteller?
Essential Questions: Storytelling5. An allegory is a story that is symbolic. If a story is allegorical, it can be interpreted to reveal a hidden meaning, usually a universal moral lesson.If we take “The Zebra Storyteller” as an allegorical story, what do you think the hidden meaning might be? What could the zebras, the zebra storyteller, the cat represent? Explain.
Storytelling and allegories6. Listen as we read “Rumpelstiltskin.” After we read, respond to the prompt below: What do you think the moral of the story is? How might the message of Rumpelstiltskin be applied to our own lives?Aim for at least 4-5 sentences and back up your response with at least one piece of textual evidence.