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1 The Tell tale Heart with Mrs. Neill
2 finding out Targets: enhance listening comprehension and prediction an abilities by participating in a directed listening-thinking activity (DLTA) respond to literature read in course by either creating an acrostic poem or creating a comic piece Practice solid and reliable writing together assessed by the rubric
3 RUBRIC FOR creating Name 10 7 4 1 ideas The poem or comic piece accurately reflects events in the story. The city or comic strip mostly reflects events in the story. The writer might have added one information that did not occur. The city or comic strip mirrors some events in the story. The writer might have included two or more details the did no occur. The poem or comic strip is complete, yet does no reflect the occasions of the story. Conventions There room no spelling, punctuation, or grammar errors. There are much less than five spelling, punctuation, or grammar errors. There are much more than 6 spelling, punctuation, or grammar errors. Countless spelling, grammar, or punctuation errors make the writing difficult to read. Word choice Words are carefully chosen come reflect occasions in the story. Most words are carefully chosen come reflect events in the story. A pair of indigenous are very closely chosen come reflect the story, but many the the words used are not descriptive. Words room not carefully chosen and they do not reflect the events presented in the story. RUBRIC FOR writing
4 Vocabulary: In her writer’s notebook compose these brand-new words come learn.1) Foresight: kind regard because that the future 2) Dissimulation: hidden under a false appearance 3) Vexed: Troubled, distressed, caused agitation, cause a PROBLEM, Foiled A plan 4) Sagacity: an excellent judgment/ Wisdom 5) Hearkening: Giving careful attention, LISTEN very closely 6) Awe: A combined feeling of reverence, fear, and wonder 7) Distinctness: Unmistakable, clearly defined 8) Over-acuteness: really keen too much sharpness or sensitivity 9) Concealment: A means of hiding 10) Waned: To thrive gradually less 11) Scantlings: pieces of lumber offered in a house framework 12) Suavity: smoothness, ease, and sophistication 13) Bade: Urged, compelled 14) Audacity: extreme and arrogant boldness 15) Reposed: come lay at remainder (to hold in hiding or safekeeping) 16) Derision: Contempt, ridicule, an item of scorn; the emphasis of a cruel joke
5 Vocabulary: Socrative Quiz at the EndPractice v Kahoot! Click here To pat!
6 Website v information about PoeLet’s Learn around Poe interaction website What did girlfriend learn around Poe? (In your writer’s notebook perform at least 30 facts the you learned.) __________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________ video About Poe
7 Look whereby Poe lived. . . What did you learn from the site where Poe lived? take it notes in your writer’s notebook. ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
8 Exit/Entrance Ticket Share v me three amazing things girlfriend learned around Edgar Allan Poe that you discovered interesting.
9 Connections: Poe’s hard life and also his style of writing space connected. His writing might stem from his life experiences, just as we usually write around what us know. Review the text to the music. Watch if you have the right to make a link from the tune to the clip friend are about to see. Watch if you notice the connection in between the loss of Poe"s wife and mother come Lenore in "The Raven?“ (Next slide)
10 Homer Simpson Recites “The Raven”
11 Did girlfriend notice? "Once upon a midnight, dearie,"- i beg your pardon is very comparable to the an initial line of Poe"s "The Raven:" "Once top top a midnight dreary . . ." The song proceeds to describe the singer"s longing because that a woman who has left him, simply as Poe pined (longed/wished) for his shed Lenore.
12 Connections. . . Have actually you heard of the football team the Baltimore Ravens? Hmmmm…..coincidence? have actually you ever before been to the Bronx?
13 create a cryptic keep in mind Use the interactive secret code writing. Produce a one sentence note with one answer an essential to hand in! check out if you have the right to decipher the post on the website too!
14 Assignment at end of story:You will select which job you would like to complete…. Choice 1: usage the COMIC CREATOR in ~ to create a comic strip v at least six blocks the summarizes a part of the story The Tell-Tale love (Slide 2) alternative 2: usage the ACROSTIC POEMS online tool at to develop an acrostic city that summarizes the occasions of the story. You deserve to use the ax “Tell-Tale Heart” or “Narrator” together the basis for her poem. (Slide 2)
15 Make suspect While analysis . . .Title: based on the title, suspect what you think this story will be about. _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________ _______________________________________________________________
16 read the quick story and also hand in (based top top the predictions that follow) and any various other thoughts friend have. Option 1: read the document copy and also annotate in the margins choice 2: review the online variation (have it read to friend aloud) and also annotate digital after every paragraph. Be certain to publish out your last version that the note to hand in.
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17 Prediction: SLIDES 8-17 (Each ¶)After analysis the an initial paragraph, who carry out you think the narrator is speak to? ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________ ____________________________________________________________________________________
18 Write under what girlfriend think the author way by “the work.”3rd ¶ write down what friend think the author means by “the work.” Why go the narrator act the old man so well in the mornings?
19 fourth ¶ Why doesn’t the narrator leave when he realizes the old guy is awake?
20 5th ¶ would certainly you favor to change your original prediction the what the story is about?
21 6th & 7th ¶ whose heart do you think the narrator is hearing?
22 7th ¶ In one sentence, suspect the ending of the story.
23 8th ¶ who is in ~ the door?
24 ninth ¶ What is the noise?
25 10th ¶ What is the narrator feeling best now?
26 finish of story Where any kind of of your initial predictions around the story correct?
27 Reflections Exit/Entrance TicketWhat are your thoughts about Edgar Allan Poe? What execute you like/dislike around the quick story unit you simply studied? carry out you think it’s easy or difficult to be a writer? Why?