Essential Question: What are style devices, and how are they achieved with cinematic techniques?
1. Do Now: Quiz ( 8 minutes )
Using any notes that you have, explain in writing the following style devices in Tim Burton’s Edward Scissorhands and how these are achieved, specifically, with cinematic techniques ( that you also identify):
b. Point of View
2. We will watch the last minutes of Edward Scissorhands for those classes (3. 5 & 6) that did not get to finish it yesterday.
- Take notes below today’s quiz.
- Use a two column graphic organizer, as we have used recently, with a column entitled “style device” and another entitled “cinematic technique”. You will write the specifics of both.
a. Rough Draft Revisions. You will be handed back your recently completed rough draft and other assignments related to this Unit.
b. Please staple together the graded rough draft and all “notes” and other materials that are “Evidence of the Writing Process” defined in the rubric for this assessment.
5. Peer Review (14 minutes/14 minutes): With the use of your laptop in class, revise your rough draft.
- Proof read it.
- Have a partner in class read your essay and evaluate it using the rubric on page 182-183.
- In response to your partner’s essay, score it using the rubric provided. Put your name on this rubric and the name of the person you are scoring. Write a score in each box provided. Identify one point in writing that justifies, in your thinking, this score. Give this to the person whose essay you have scored.
- Staple this “peer review” to your packet of papers. Use this “peer review” to revise your essay.
6. Exit Ticket (4 minutes): Rate your progress on your essay. Tell what you don’t understand, do understand, or agree or disagree with in the responses to your essay?
Animal Farm: Everyone should have read to the end of chapter four by this point.
Read Chapter 5 & 6 for Monday.
Also, for Monday, answer the following questions and create triple entry vocabulary for the words below ( make sure that you do all three columns: the page number for the words for the purpose of “Words in context” are in parenthesis.
****For the questions, visit: teamthunderenglishblog.blogspot.com. Under the posting for today, “March 21/22, 2013, Block Days”, click the “Comment” and Post your responses to the question. That way everyone can see the responses to these questions. Hand in the triple entry vocabulary on paper in class on Monday.
- Describe the pigs as they have come to be on the Jones Farm.
- What is the significance of “Beasts of England”. What could you compare this with in our own real world? How might this and its real equivalent be used in a bad way?
- Moses is a raven on the Jones Farm. What does he do? Research “Rasputin” online. Who was he and how does this real person connect to the raven Moses?
- ensconced (4)
- benevolent (4)
- tyranny/tyrannize (9)
- infancy (11)
- eminent (11)
- toiled (27)
- shirk (30)
- indefatigable (32)
- vengeance (42)
- menacing (54)