Day #13, Unlucky? NAAAAA.

ANNOUNCEMENTS:
All of you are done your simple globes and they are marked and returned to you in your Google Classroom. I was very impressed. WELL DONE! They are all marked and in.
As for COMPLEX GLOBES: Here are the people who still need to do this assignment. Those of you who are done. It has been graded in your Google Classroom. Those of you who have not finished it currently have a 0 in this assignments spot. 🙂
Gett’er in my Greatest of Goonies!
#SGMS101
L.B., B.C., M.F., Koh. G., Kod. G., R. H., R. I., B. N., L. S., M. S.
#SGMS102
B.C., C.D., D.H.,K.S.

Period 1: English 20: Division Writing Screen Planning
You will be given 20 minutes of time to PLAN an your division writing screen.
Then we will recap Chapter 4… WHERE DID IT GO?
Oops.
Then we will talk about some of the HUGE details in Of Mice and Men.
Theme(s)/Motif/Symbols
Character Sketches

Many of you were confused on what a motif is.
It is not a MOTIVE or to be confused with MOTIVATION.

Motifs

Motifs are recurring structures, contrasts, and literary devices that can help to develop and inform the text’s major themes.

Symbols

Symbols are objects, characters, figures, and colors used to represent abstract ideas or concepts.

 

Period 2: I Have a Dream Speech
Let’s talk about the SCRIPT:
-includes stage directions that indicate the time and place of the action, entrances and exits, and what characters are doing on stage
-gives details of setting that lead into the beginning of the script
-employs dialogue (character(s) words) that moves the action along
-builds around a believable conflict/problem/issue or problem that makes sense in your world
-includes graphics, music, transitions, blend in, cut in, fade in

LUNCHLUNCHLUNCHLUNCHLUNCHLUNCHLUNCHLUNCHLUNCH

Period 4: English 20: Division Writing Screen Planning
You will be given 20 minutes of time to PLAN an your division writing screen.
Then we will talk about some of the HUGE details in Of Mice and Men.
Theme(s)/Motif/Symbols
Character Sketches

Many of you were confused on what a motif is.
It is not a MOTIVE or to be confused with MOTIVATION.

Motifs

Motifs are recurring structures, contrasts, and literary devices that can help to develop and inform the text’s major themes.

Symbols

Symbols are objects, characters, figures, and colors used to represent abstract ideas or concepts.


Period 5: I Have a Dream Speech

Let’s talk about the SCRIPT:
-includes stage directions that indicate the time and place of the action, entrances and exits, and what characters are doing on stage
-gives details of setting that lead into the beginning of the script
-employs dialogue (character(s) words) that moves the action along
-builds around a believable conflict/problem/issue or problem that makes sense in your world
-includes graphics, music, transitions, blend in, cut in, fade in

STAGE DIRECTIONS:
C: Center
D: Downstage
DR: Downstage Right
DRC: Downstage Right Center
DC: Downstage Center
DLC: Downstage Left Center
DL: Downstage Left
R: Right
RC: Right Center
L: Left
Left Center:
U: Upstage
UR: Upstage Right
URC: Upstage Right Center
UC: Upstage Center
ULC: Upstage Left Center
UL: Upstage Left

The rubric you will be graded on for the ENGLISH SCRIPT is HERE.

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