It was an AWESOME morning with Athena. She selected her wall in the new Warehouse and HERE IT IS. You guys have really picked it up IMMENSELY in the Passion Project department.
Leah ran the Senate debate last night in Ottawa and has a good start on her details for the Amazing Race…. I mean #BorderDash.
The CIA has been live tweeting!?
Check this out!
Take a look at the following picture.
What does it remind you of?
Period 4: English 20
Did you tell me about your independent novel projects? No. Go to yesterday’s post. Complete.
Did you complete the Mann in the Casket mini text? No. Go to yesterday’s post. Complete.
Did you complete the quizizz on Brain Pop Growth Population? No. Let me know!
Man in the Casket review
Characteristics of a Short Story
-a short story can be read in one sitting
-a short story involves characters in conflict
-a short story has few characters
-a short story has a single plot line
-the purpose of a short story is to impart to the reader a message about life
Character(s) – Any person in the story.
Protagonist: the main character of the story
Antagonist: the character or force in conflict with the main character
Point of view – Point of view is the position from which the narrator tells a story. There are four main points of view:
- First person: the narrator is a character in the story, relating events using personal pronouns such as “I” and “we”. The narrator can only relate to those events in which he/she is present.
- Omniscient: from the Greek word meaning “all knowing.” The narrator is not a character in the story, but rather an observer who can be in all places at once and know the thoughts of all characters.
- Limited Omniscient: similar to omniscient in that the narrator is an observer, not a character, but the limited omniscient narrator knows the thoughts of only one character and can relate only the events at which that character is present.
- Second person (Objective): an attempt to make the reader a character in the story using the pronoun, “you”.
Characteristics – Personal human qualities such as bravery, jealously, cruelty, kindness.
a) Setting – A time and place in which the story happens or occurs.
b) Local Color – Detail of the regional setting (i.e., landscape, dialect, customs, etc.)
c) Theme – Message of the story.
Atmosphere – A cloud of feelings with which you envelop your story (i.e., falling leaves and rain used to create an atmosphere of sadness).
Mood – The feeling created in a reader by the events in the story (i.e., pity, joy, terror, etc.)
Suspense – A tense feeling of waiting or expectation; created by various means hinting at actions to come, putting the hero in danger.
Conflict – The struggles which is the basis of the story. There are three types of conflict. They are as follows:
- Physical: man against man; man against nature
- Mental: man against man; “outfoxing”
- Inner: man against himself
Plot – The arrangement of a series of incidents or events which lead by cause and effect, from the opening of the story to the climax.
- Crisis: turning point where the fortunes of the protagonist either improves or declines
- Climax: the moment of highest excitement or dramatic intensity
- Anticlimax: occurs after the climax
Period 5: Population Unit continue…
€ I can explain how food production affects population and societies. 2.16
€ I can explain how food distribution affects populations and societies. 2.17
€ I can explain one area in the world where starvation exists. 2.19
€ I can explain one event in history where millions of people starved to death. 2.20
€ I can analyze graphs as they relate to population growth over the centuries. 2.1b
€ I can explain why population is affected by technology and industrial systems. 2.1c
€ I can explain the human population in a chart format. 2.6
You will have a Population quiz on Thursday or Monday (depending on how the booklet’s go)!
We will watch the following video together:
Questions for the video:
Open up your Population Google Doc’s, copy and paste in these questions and answer as we go!
1) What is an environment?
2) Where are the highest concentrations of people?
3) What do you notice about North America in the middle of the video?
4) Why did concentrations of people start to explode? List 3 ways/reasons.
5) What is the world population supposed to be at the end of the century?
After you watch the following video: Check out THIS link.
Write down general facts about the chart. Talk to your neighbour as you do this. What are you uncovering? Share with the class. As people share be sure to write key elements down in your notes.
Complete the World Population Knowledge Quiz.
Be sure and write down the questions you didn’t know before you began.
Do the quiz over again until you get it right. Hint Hint… you may want to know some of these things!
You will then be given a booklet from Miss Mann to complete the remainder of the Population assignment. Information to sup[port you in completing the booklet is found here.
Period 6: WORK PERIOD
You guys worked INCREDIBLE yesterday. Let’s have another day like that!