close

Se connecter

Se connecter avec OpenID

Before Bell

IntégréTéléchargement
Before Bell
• Remember to sit in your NEW
SEAT!
• Completing the Sentence 1-10
Warm Up:Review Pudd’nhead
Wilson
1. Who are the main characters?
2. What motivates each of them?
3. What are some significant plot points in the
first seven chapters?
After Quiz
◻
Complete Synonyms and
Antonyms activities in VOCAB
unit 4
◻
Ch. 8-13 quiz next Tuesday!
Realism/Regionalism/Naturalism
⦿ Scavenger hunt!
⦿ With a partner, make your way through this
literary movement filling in your notes. You have
15 minutes!
The CIVIL WAR-
1861 to 1865
• A Clash of Armies and
Ideas
▫
What did it really mean to be an
AMERICAN?
• North- Economy
based on
Trade/Industry
• South- Economy based
on agriculture (cotton,
tobacco)
• Slavery helps to divide
the nation
There were over 618,000
Military deaths during
The Civil War.
7
Leaders:
• Abraham Lincoln:
“A House divided against itself
cannot stand” -- A. Lincoln
•Little political experience (served 1
term in the House of
Representatives)
•Strong reputation for honesty,
temperance, jokes and storytelling
Battle of Gettysburg
• The Battle of Gettysburg was one of
the bloodiest battles of the war.
• After the Battle of Gettysburg,
President Lincoln went to the
battlefield to dedicate a cemetery in
honor of all those who had died.
• Lincoln spoke for two minutes, but
his speech became very famous.
Lincoln
• Today, we will read The Gettysburg Address by
Abraham Lincoln.
• Please turn to p. 584 of your books!
▫ http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ndmcgAsA1aI
▫Why do you think the Gettysburg address was
so short? Do you think it was more impactful
this way?
Literary Analysis of The Gettysburg
Address
On a piece of paper, identify examples for each of
the following:
Parallelism Antithesis
Closure :The Gettysburg Address
modern day connection!
• Remember the Titans
LINCOLN DAY 2
Before Bell:
◻
Pick up worksheet from front!
⬜ Remember
Vocab 4 quiz is Friday!
Warm Up: Vocab Unit 4
Choose 4 of the words in the book to
create a sentence with each and draw
example of:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Word
Sentence
Drawing
Word
Sentence
Drawing
Word
Sentence
Drawing
Word
Sentence
Drawing
Review Lincoln
◻
◻
◻
◻
What were Lincoln's views on the Civil War?
What did he believe about slavery?
What figurative language helped to push
forward his views?
Historically what happened to Lincoln after the
war?
https://youtu.be/e_gWsWcs3Qc?t=5m4
1s
Emancipation Proclamation
◻The Emancipation Proclamation
◻Emancipation Proclamation ("All About That
Bass" Parody) - @MrBettsClass
Lincoln Speeches p. 586-589
◻
Let's work through SOAPSTONE/analysis of
this
⬜ Figurative
language
⬜ Structure
⬜ Diction
⬜ Tone
Choices
Praise Poem by Julia Ward
Howe
Using the 1909 praise poem to Lincoln, analyze
figurative language, diction, tone and theme!
1.How is Lincoln characterized in this poem?
2.Why do you think 100 years later a praise
poem was created?
Closure: Create your own
Emancipation
◻
Create your own emancipation proclamation
must be same length as Lincoln's (declare
your freedom from someone or something)
■
◻
◻
For score and seven years ago I wanted a life without
diet coke
Utilize the same diction and structure of your
emancipation
Stuck?!? Choose a social issue of today and
write about how to create peace or end that
issue
Auteur
Document
Catégorie
Uncategorized
Affichages
4
Taille du fichier
2 601 KB
Étiquettes
1/--Pages
signaler