Freshman Seminar Daily Agenda

Freshman Seminar Daily Agenda

Honors Paideia Agenda A 3/28/2016 Housekeeping- place homework on the right corner, sharpen your pencils, dispose of any trash etc. Warm Up-Ticket In Distribute Vocabulary and AOW Review the Objectives and Essential Questions Poetry Notes Continue Analyzing Tans The Joy Luck Club in Literature Circle Groups (Due 4/1) Complete a Closure Question

Honors Paideia Agenda B 3/29/2016 Housekeeping- place homework on the right corner, sharpen your pencils, dispose of any trash etc. Warm Up-Ticket In Distribute Vocabulary and AOW Review the Objectives and Essential Questions Poetry Notes Continue Analyzing Tans The Joy Luck Club in Literature Circle Groups (Due 3/31)

Complete a Closure Question Open Form Poetry This is the poetry that cause the most fear! An open form does not have an established pattern to it, whether it be in line length, meter, rhyme, imagery, syntax, or stanzas. A closed form does have an established pattern in one or more of those areas and include the: sonnet, haiku, etc. An open form poem allows the poet to write freely without worrying about trying to make the words fit a specific meter or rhyme scheme. It also allows the poet to place the words anywhere on the page to create a desired effect, such as setting lines off by themselves for emphasis or creating a picture with

the placement of the words. Open Form Poetry Open form poetry is usually modern, and must be analyzed according to its rhythms and rhymes (or lack there of) as well as their source: the powerful feelings and confusions about identity, expression , and subject matter that have prompted poets of all kinds since the 20th century to voice their feelings Behind it all is the idea that poetic form is a continuum, and not a finished product. Joy Luck Club Movie Clip-June (A) Scar (B)

Honors Paideia Agenda A 3/30/2016 Housekeeping- place homework on the right corner, sharpen your pencils, dispose of any trash etc. Vocabulary Notes Complete the Ticket In-Open Form Poetry Analysis Review the Objectives and Essential Questions Continue to Read and Analyze Tans The Joy Luck Club Complete Joy Luck Assignments 3-5 and Literature Circle Role Sheets (Due 4/1)

Complete a Closure Question Honors Paideia Agenda B 3/31/2016 Housekeeping- place homework on the right corner, sharpen your pencils, dispose of any trash etc. Vocabulary Notes BBR JLC Assignments Review the Daily Objectives and Essential

Questions Complete Essay Test Complete a Closure Question Honors Paideia Agenda A 4/1/2016 Housekeeping- place homework on the right corner, sharpen your pencils, dispose of any trash etc. Vocabulary Notes BBR

JLC Assignments Review the Daily Objectives and Essential Questions Complete Essay Test Complete a Closure Question Honors Paideia Agenda B 4/4/2016 Housekeeping- place homework on the right corner, sharpen your pencils, dispose of any trash etc. Distribute the List of Commonly Confused Words

Complete Warm Up-Poetry Analysis Review Objectives and Essential Questions Grammar Review (Diction Errors) Introduce and Analyze Othello and Begin Study Questions Complete Closure Questions Honors Paideia Agenda A 4/5/2016 Housekeeping- place homework on the right corner, sharpen your pencils, dispose of any trash etc.

Distribute the List of Commonly Confused Words Complete Warm Up-Poetry Analysis Review Objectives and Essential Questions Grammar Review (Diction Errors) Introduce and Analyze Othello and Begin Study Questions Complete Closure Questions Review the document Commonly Confused Words. Then correct the diction errors in the following sentences. 1. Although most of the manuscripts were signed by 2. 3. 4.

5. 6. 7. their authors, some were written unanimously. It was hard for the comic to illicit even the slightest laugh from the crowd. She seems to have a hard time excepting compliments. We needed to adopt the old engine to fit the new gocart. I like all flavors of ice cream accept mocha. The imminent congresswoman was re-elected easily. While his activities were clearly immoral, they were not elicit. Introduction to Shakespeare

Difficulty 1 Some of the words are unfamiliar because we no longer use them (certes- certainly, affined- obliged). Some words we still use but they have different meanings (circumstance- meaning ceremonious talk, spinster meaning one who spins) Some words are used to develop the social and historical context and relate geography, history, mythology, and the military. (Venice- gondoliers, consuls,signiory, Cyprus -barks meaning ships, guttered rocks, Othellos land of origin- antres vast and desert idle Solution- most of these will be defined or clarified for

you on the opposite pages of the text Introduction to Shakespeare Difficulty 2- Irregular sentence arrangement and structure In English meaning is dependent upon the place given each word in the sentence. EX: The dog bit the boy. and The boy bit the dog -use the same words but have a very different meaning. Shakespeare often shifts sentences away from normal English arrangements to create a rhythm he seeks, to emphasize a particular word, create a special speech pattern for a character. Solution- Check to see if the words are be presented in an unusual sequence. Look first for the placement of the subject and verb to see if the verb is place before the subject or the subject is placed between two parts of the verb (EX: Instead of He goes, we find Goes He and instead of He does go we find Does he go) Also he will place

the object before the subject and verb.(EX: I hit him we find Him I hit.) You may need to rearrange the words putting together the word clusters and placing the remaining words in their more normal order. You will find that the sentences will gain clarity but will often lose its rhythm. Introduction to Shakespeare Difficulty 3- Long interjections between the subject and the verb and the verbs and their objects.

Often Shakespeare will use long interruptions (usually marked by commas, not dashes) to provide details that catch the audience up in the speeches. This is done to force the audience to attend to supporting details. EX: And I, of whom his eyes had seen the proof/ At Rhodes, at Cyprus, and on other grounds/ Christened and heathen, must be beleed and calmed/ By debitor and creditor. Solution- Locate and if necessary rearrange words that belong together. Introduction to Shakespeare Difficulty 4- Shakespeare will often omit

words and parts of words that English sentences normally require. This is usually done to maintain the rhythm. But if you know not this- would have more clarity written, But if you do not know this. Solution- use context clues to understand the meaning. Introduction to Shakespeare Difficulty 5- Shakespeare frequently uses

puns and metaphors to convey more than one meaning. A pun is a play on words that sound the same but have different meanings Abused= deceived and violated, Erring= wandering and sinning, Treason of blood=meaning the betrayal of family and passionate rebellion. Complexion= temperament and skin color, Play= wager and sexual behavior, Honest= truthfulness, chastity (when

referring to women) and social inferior, and Sport= fun and amorous play A metaphor is a comparison of two unlike things Introduction to Shakespeare Follow the punctuation- not the end of the line The play uses a lot of military/nautical imagery, animal imagery, and images that convey whiteness and blackness. Themes: uncontrolled emotion, race, class, gender, honesty, gullibility/ trust, manipulation of language/silence , and love Primary Literary Devices: Metaphor, Imagery, Setting, Characterization, Suspense,

Dramatic Irony, Allusion, Alliteration, Tone, and Symbolism Introduction to Shakespeare Write a list of characteristic that would cause your parents to refuse to let you date a person. Consider what that person would look like as well as how that person would behave. Honors Paideia Agenda B 4/6/2016 Housekeeping- place homework on the right corner, sharpen your pencils, dispose of any trash etc.

Complete Warm Up-Poetry Analysis Review Objectives and Essential Questions Grammar Review (Diction Errors) Continue to Analyze Othello and Work on Study Questions Complete Closure Questions Honors Paideia Agenda A 4/7/2016 Housekeeping- place homework on the right corner, sharpen your pencils, dispose of any trash etc. AOW

Complete Warm Up-Poetry Analysis Review Objectives and Essential Questions Grammar Review (Diction Errors) Continue to Analyze Othello and Work on Study Questions Complete Closure Questions Review the document Commonly Confused Words. Then correct the diction errors in the following sentences. 1. The committee decided to adapt the new rules regarding 2. 3. 4. 5.

6. 7. membership. She thought it wise to be discrete about her previous relationship with the defendant. The counsel will decide how to finance the new city park. Rather than cooperating with the rest of the team, Richard is always trying to flaunt the rules. His knowledge of sports runs the gambit from table tennis to arena football. The jury should not imply guilt from the defendants refusal to answer these questions. We were amazed at how adapt a juggler Carl was. Honors Paideia Agenda B 4/8/2016

Housekeeping- place homework on the right corner, sharpen your pencils, dispose of any trash etc. AOW Complete Warm Up-Poetry Analysis Review Objectives and Essential Questions Grammar Review (Diction Errors) Continue to Analyze Othello and Work on Study Questions Complete Closure Questions

Review the document Commonly Confused Words. Then correct the diction errors in the following sentences. 1. Rather than eliminate the department all at once, 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. they decided to faze it out gradually. Dogs barking can often signal eminent danger. Training a dog is easy, once youve got its attention. She was sending mixed signals, so it was ambivalent whether she really wanted to go.

After our vacation, we decided to precede with the plan. They dont seem to tolerate anyone who does not abide by their principals. I was trying to infer that I should be considered for the new position. Honors Paideia Agenda A 4/11/2016 Housekeeping- place homework on the right corner, sharpen your pencils, dispose of any trash etc. Distribute AOW and Vocabulary

Complete Warm Up-Poetry Analysis Review Objectives and Essential Questions Grammar Review Continue to Analyze Othello and Work on Study Questions Complete Closure Questions Honors Paideia Agenda B 4/12/2016 Housekeeping- place homework on the right corner, sharpen your pencils, dispose of any trash etc. Distribute AOW and Vocabulary

Complete Warm Up-Poetry Analysis Review Objectives and Essential Questions Grammar Review Continue to Analyze Othello and Work on Study Questions Complete Closure Questions Complete the Following: 1. Create an illustration of your assigned character. 2. Write a quotation that represents the character. 3. Write what you consider to be the

characters greatest strength and greatest weakness. Grammar Worksheet Review Honors Paideia Agenda A 4/13/2016 Housekeeping- place homework on the right corner, sharpen your pencils, dispose of any trash etc. Complete Warm Up-Poetry Analysis Review Objectives and Essential Questions Grammar Review Continue to Analyze Othello and Work on Study Questions Complete Closure Questions

Honors Paideia Agenda B 4/14/2016 Housekeeping- place homework on the right corner, sharpen your pencils, dispose of any trash etc. Review the Daily Objectives and Essential Questions Complete Test Complete a Closure Question Honors Paideia Agenda A 4/15/2016 Housekeeping- place homework on the right corner, sharpen your pencils, dispose of any trash etc.

Review the Daily Objectives and Essential Questions Complete Test Complete a Closure Question

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