Day 18 Tone, Constructed Response, and Vocabulary 2

Day 18 Tone, Constructed Response, and Vocabulary 2 Agenda

Warm Up Vocabulary groups Hard to Find Subject quiz Tone- A few words Constructed Response Closure Objectives:

Identify and understand tone as it is used in a nonfiction text. Demonstrate a conceptual understanding of tone. Homework: VOS Unit 2 completing the sentence due tomorrow

Close reading 3 due Friday- Put answers in google classroom Warm up Get a laptop and click on the parent info form. Fill out the information and take out your vocab books. Vocabulary Unit 2

Take a couple minutes to work on the completing the sentence. Tone sheet Take a tone sheet that will contain a list of tone words. Use these in your analysis of literature to glean the attitude of the author. Keep this in your notebook.

Establishing Tone Through Use of Details Passage from Ruth McKenney's "A Loud Sneer For Our Feathered Friends" We refused to get out of the bed when the bugle blew in the morning, we fought against scrubbing our teeth in public to music, we sneered when the flag was ceremoniously lowered at sunset, we avoided doing a good deed a day, we complained loudly about the food...and we bought some chalk and wrote all over the Recreation Cabin "We hate Camp Hi-Wah."

How does the author establish the negative attitude the campers have toward Camp Hi-Wah? Does sentence structure also contribute to the tone? Establishing Tone Through Diction and Imagery Passage fromEdgar A. Poe's "The Fall of the House of Usher" During the whole of a dull, dark, and soundless day in the autumn of the year, when the clouds hung oppressively low in the heavens, I had been passing alone, on

horseback, through a singularly dreary tract of country. At length I found myself, as the shades of evening drew on, within view of the melancholy House of Usher...I reined my horse to the precipitous brink of a black and lurid tarn that lay in unruffled luster by the dwelling...[with] vacant and eye-like windows. What words and images contribute to the narrator's attitude about the House of Usher? What word would describe the tone of this passage?

Think Pair- Share As a class, Read A Loud Sneer For Our Feathered Friends. How does the author establish the negative attitude the campers have toward Camp Hi-Wah? What words does the author use to convey the negative attitude? How would you change this message to convey an attitude of love toward the camp?

Establishing Tone Through Sentence Structure Passage from James Ramsey Ullman's Kilimanjaro It has been called the House of God. It has been called the High One. The Cold One. The White One. On close acquaintance by climbers, it has been called a variety of names rather less printable. But to the world at large it is Kilimanjaro, the apex of Africa and one of the great mountains on the earth. What is the author's attitude toward Kilimanjaro?

How does the sentence structure help establish this tone? Closure 3, 2, 1 Write: 3 things you have learned about tone today. 2 examples of hard-to-find subjects. 1 question you still have regarding todays lesson.

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