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The Awakening Syllabus Ms. Gomes Vieira Objectives: To Extend understanding of character and Develop an understanding of foils in The Awakening Curriculum Standard(s): [SL]1 Discussion: Students will initiate and participate effectively in a range of collaborative discussions with diverse partners, building on others’ ideas and expressing their own clearly and persuasively. [RL]3 Fiction: Students will analyze the impact of the author’s choices regarding how to develop and relate elements of a story. [W]9 Writing: Students will draw evidence from literary texts to support analysis. Entrance Question: What is Protagonist? What is antagonist? Mini-Lesson : (30 mins) Activity: Foil– the character who best reveals Edna is her foil, her pregnant friend Adele. A foil is a character whose behavior and values contrast with those of another character (usually the protagonist) in order to highlight certain qualities of the other character. Annotate the text for characteristics that Adele possesses, and determine what this reveals about Edna’s character in the process. Set up the following chart in your dialectical journals. Key passages to get you started are in Chapters 4 and 5 (IV and V). There might be more than one quote per passage, and you might find other passages to add to the chart! Quote w/page # What character trait Adele possesses What the quote reveals about Edna Chapter 4 (IV) Chapter 7 (VII) Chapter 16 (XVI) Chapter 19 (XIX) Individual Writing (30 mins): ABC’s of the Awakening Exit Question: On a note card- answer three questions. 1) How was the work session today? Will you be able to finish reading The Awakening by the end of break? If not, create a reading schedule (# of pages or chapters that you have to read each day). 2) Pick a protagonist from any book you’ve read or TV show/movie that you’ve watched. Who is their foil, and what is one character trait that the foil helps you notice in the protagonist? 3. On a note card - How was the work session today? Do you understand the ABC’s project? Homework: Read!!!! Work on your Research paper! February 12, 2015 Do Now: Review Daily Agenda and Curriculum standard for the day. When done, answer the entrance question of the day.
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The Awakening Syllabus Ms. Gomes Vieira Curriculum Standard(s): LS1 DISCUSSION: Students will use agreed-upon rules for informal and formal discussions in small groups. LS12 Fiction: Students will identify, analyze, and apply knowledge of the structure and elements of fiction and provide evidence from the text to support their understanding. Objectives: To Explore and Develop an understanding of character in The Awakening Entrance Question: How is Edna awakening in this book? Give specific evidence from the book. Mini-Lesson : (30 mins) Activity: Character contrast– every character in this book serves to highlight certain aspects of Edna’s character. Alcée reveals her sexuality; Mademoiselle Reisz casts her longings for artistic expression and independence into light. Make note of what each character reveals about Edna through their interactions, dialogue, etc.
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