Please use the information below to complete your works cited page and parenthetical citations.
For every quote or paraphrase used in your essay, please include this citation after the quotation ends but before the period.
The author states, “The old lady settled herself comfortably, removing her white cotton gloves and putting them up with her purse on the shelf in front of the back window,” (O’Connor).
For your works cited page, please use the one located on the sample paper below. You may copy and paste the formatting of the essay directly into your own blank document so that it is formatted based on MLA Guidelines.
Today’s Prompt: Please explain how this advertising campaign uses rhetoric to advance its purpose. Does the author rely on ethos, pathos, or logos?
Using the advertisements placed around the room, please answer the following questions.
- What is this company or group advertising?
- Does the ad use ethos, pathos, or logos most to persuade?
- How do colors and symbolism help reinforce the ads persuasive tactics?
With your group, you will be in charge of creating a mindmap using Canva.com to present information about The Cask of Amontillado and uses of irony in popular media. Please follow the instructions below to create your group’s project.
Part I: Mind Map – Use the instructions below to create a similar style project!
Mind Map Prompt: Using your own knowledge of popular media (film, television, music, or literature) please detail an example of situational irony, verbal irony, and dramatic irony that you have viewed.
Feel free to theme your project around a particular series, film, or artist!
Part II: Constructed Response – Craft a response to the following prompt that uses evidence. Your group will present this information with your project!
Using the details from the text, explain how Edgar Allan Poe develops the narrative using irony. Provide evidence to prove your claims!
Within a small group, please achieve the following tasks to review our reading of Edgar Allan Poe’s The Cask of Amontillado. To do so, review the written text of The Cask of Amontillado on pages 131-136 in your SpringBoard text.
Using the list of vocabulary you just gathered, grab a cube pattern from the front of room and follow the directions below:
- Before folding, students write clearly in each square following directions below.
- Choose one challenging vocabulary word from the list and complete the following task on a desired side of the cube:
- Write your name and class period.
- Write a synonym and antonym (word or phrase) in one square.
- Write the definition in another square.
- Write a category or categories it could belong to.
- Draw a visual word association.
- Use the word in a sentence.
- Cut, fold, and tape the cube!
Hobnail Holistic Rubric – 20 points
Prompts: Choose one of the following prompts to construct your writing task:
- Using sensory details, rewrite the rising action of the story from the perspective of another character. Be sure to use imagery to illustrate the story’s primary theme.
- Using sensory details, write an alternate ending for the narrative. Be sure to use imagery to illustrate the story’s primary theme.
- A theme is obvious to the reader. points
- My narrative’s plot includes a climax and a denouement.
- My story is at least three paragraphs in length. _
- I use imagery and figurative language to construct my narrative.
- I have proofread my story and it has less than 5 grammatical errors.
- My story opens with a compound or complex sentences that uses an adverb to describe action.
Writing Assignments is due typed and shared to Mr. Rossi by the end of class on 2/14!
(E)vidence & Explanation –
Today’s Prompt: Using the CEI Method, please explain how the author develops the main idea of this documentary. What claim is being demonstrated and what evidence is used to support it?
Coming of Age Poem
During this unit we have discussed many examples of Coming of Age narratives. You will now have an opportunity to create your own work. Your assignment is to write a free verse poem about a Coming of Age moment. To begin, jot down some ideas. Then write your poem. Be sure to:
- Consider carefully how you create line breaks and punctuation in your free verse poem (syntax).
- Choose precise words (especially verbs) to convey this moment (diction).
- Use specific diction and imagery to create an image in the mind of your reader.
- Ensure that the theme which you learned in this moment is obvious to the reader.
Final poem should be 10-15 lines long written in free verse with at least two examples of imagery.