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American Literature: Poe and Hawthorne
Day
90
Min.
Block
1
Essential Question/Reflection
Activities
Learning Styles
Intelligences
Think/Pair/Share/ essential question
Auditory
TTYPA
Nominate Partner
Verbal/Linguistic
Review of prior learning about life of EAP. Students
select a modern-day author or individual who
employs the same methods as Edgar Allan Poe.
Tactile
Group activity: The group shares findings on poster
board and shares information with class.
Intrapersonal
Bellringer
Evaluate the reason, or motivation, for an
individual to write.
Correct the following sentence:
The Tell Tale Heart written by Edgar allan poe is
a mental Thriller.
Exit Slip: What question would you like to ask Mr.
Poe.
Entrance Slip for tomorrow: share one ‘fun fact’
about EAP.
Visual/Spatial
Interpersonal
2
3
Collect entrance slip
EQ:Enter thoughts in literature log/journal
Auditory
What inspires you to write? Consider an incident
that prompted you to text, blog, write, and
describe the circumstances.
Idiom: Think/Pair/Share/
Visual/Spatial
TTYPA: Nominate Partner
Tactile
Idiom interpretation: “Everywhere I go, my
mother makes me take my bratty little sister.
She’s an albatross around my neck.”
Read aloud of “The Tell Tale Heart”
Students scribe three favorite lines on index cards,
work in groups of four, narrow to one ‘wow’ line
Interpersonal
Consider the meaning and create a unique
sentence to reflect the intended spirit of the
phrase.
Literature log entry
Exit Slip: Did the detectives ‘flush him out’? Explain.
Existential
Identify one method used by the narrator to
defend his sanity in “The Tell Tale Heart” and
examine the impact on the reader.
EQ:Enter thoughts in literature log/journal
Visual/Spatial
Warm-up: Think/Pair/Share/
Verbal/Linguistic
Correct the following for spelling, punctuation,
and grammar:
Use SMARTBoard for corrections
Musical
Media Center Activity:
Tactile
SAS on Hawthorne and Poe
Intrapersonal
Teacher Website: Blog about responses
Interpersonal
H/W: Select a song that EAP would enjoy and write
down the artist, title, and reason for the selection
on an index card.
Existential
Above all were the scence of hearing acute. I
heard all things in the heaven and in earth. I
heard many thing in hell. How than am I mad.
Hearken? and observe how healthily how calmly
I can tell you the hole story.
This will be collected as an entrance slip tomorrow.
One will be chosen as bathroom break song.
Intrapersonal
Day
4
Essential Question/Reflection
Bellringer
EQ: Do events in your life shape your view of the
world?
Idiom: My upstairs neighbors fight a lot and air
their dirty laundry in public.
Evaluate the meaning of dirty laundry and
create a scenario where the idiom would apply.
Activity
Journal
Small Group Discussion about idiom, nominate one
response to share with class
Introduction to the life of Hawthorne: video clip
and discussion through Discovery Education
Do comic books have a place in literature?
Consider whether a meaningful story can be
represented for plot, character, and theme in a
comic book. Defend your response.
Correct the following for punctuation and
grammar:
Hawthornes The Scarlet Letter is a wonderful tail
of hester Prynne, one of the strongest Woman
in literature.
Verbal/Linguistic
Existential
Tactile
Introduction of new break song from prior exit slip
Musical
SMARTBoard Venn Diagram of Poe and Hawthorne
Personal history, theme, and approach
5
Learning Styles
Intelligences
Visual/Spatial
Intrapersonal
Exit slip: develop one question for Hawthorne
about his life
Intrapersonal
EQ: Think/Pair/Share
Visual/Spatial
Nominate your peer’s response
Intrapersonal
Introduction of project:
Menu
Journal
Website Blog
Storyboard Creation
Rubrics
Personal Goals
Tactile
Independent activity:
Personal portfolio goals
H/W: Entrance slip for tomorrow: consider a
question you would like to ask Hawthorne.
Verbal/Linguistic
Existential
6
EQ: Consider whether one significant event in
the life of an individual can change his/her view
of the world. In your private journal, reflect
upon an event in your life that altered your view
of the world. If you cannot think of one, create a
scenario that might apply.
Idiom: Alex’s mother was horrified when he
started dating a girl from the wrong side of the
tracks.
Discuss the meaning of the phrase with a
partner and create a new sentence to reflect
the spirit of the idiom.
7
EQ: Create a tattoo that symbolizes a value that
you hold dear. Is this meaning transparent to
other people? Describe the tattoo in terms of
shape, color, and size and evaluate its symbolic
meaning.
Correct this sentence for grammar, spelling, and
punctuation:
"Of a certainty it is good mr. Hooper", repleid
the sexton. "he were to have exchanged pulpits
with Parson Shute, of westbury; but Parson
Shute sent to excuse himself yesterday, being to
preach a funeral sermon".
Journal and/or blog
Visual/Spatial
Entrance slip activity to narrow to one question per
group for author
Verbal/Linguistic
Existential
Author study activity
Tactile
Ask the author activity
Musical
Project time for group and independent work
Intrapersonal
Exit slip: What did you learn from the author
activity? Examine one favorite response from
today’s activity.
Intrapersonal
Journal and/or blog
Visual/Spatial
Students illustrate and elaborate meaning for
classroom display
Verbal/Linguistic
Existential
Read aloud: “The Minister’s Black Veil”
Focus: Theme,symbolism, and allegory
Literature log entry for meaningful lines, words,
and images.
Tactile
Musical
Intrapersonal
Group activity to discuss commonalities/differences
Intrapersonal
Exit slip: Each group selects one song to reflect
theme of short story
8
EQ: What two parcels of land would you put
aside when creating a new town? How would
they be used by the community?
Journal
Visual/Spatial
TTYPA: nominate a response
Verbal/Linguistic
Idiom: “Kelly bought a new can of spray paint
the day the graffiti appeared. She must have
done it. Where there’s smoke, there’s fire.”
Read aloud: chapter one of The Scarlet Letter
Existential
Video supplement of books 2-8
Tactile
Discuss the meaning of the phrase with a
partner and create a new sentence to reflect
the spirit of the idiom.
Blog time in Media Center
Intrapersonal
Storyboard
Intrapersonal
Menu selections
9
Exit Slip: Develop one question each for Pearl,
Hester, Roger, and Arthur. Use the front and back
of an index card.
Journal
EQ: Consider dramatic irony, or when the
audience knows something that the character (s)
do not. Evaluate the impact of the unknown
Group: consolidate exit slip into one question for
person (Pearl’s father) on the townspeople.
each of four characters.
Visual/Spatial
Verbal/Linguistic
Existential
Using your knowledge of chapter one, consider
the symbolism in this statement:
Read aloud: chapter nine of The Scarlet Letter
Tactile
Video supplement of books 10-16
Her sin, her ignominy, were the roots which she
had struck into the soil.
Enter your thoughts in your literature
log/journal.
Intrapersonal
Blog time in Media Center
Intrapersonal
Storyboard
Menu selections
H/W: Entrance slip for tomorrow: what motivates
Hester to keep her secret?
10
EQ: Examine the meaning of the scarlet letter to
the following characters:
Hester
Pearl
Arthur
Respond in at least one sentence per character.
Journal
Visual/Spatial
TTYPA: nominate a response
Verbal/Linguistic
Hot Seat: Students take roles and answer studentgenerated questions.
Existential
Idiom: “The new landlord seems friendly, but he
may be a wolf in sheep’s clothing.”
Read aloud: chapter 17 of The Scarlet Letter
Tactile
Intrapersonal
Video supplement of books 17-23
Discuss the meaning of the phrase with a
partner and examine the relationship to one of
the major characters.
Intrapersonal
Storyboard
H/W Menu selections
11
EQ: What role does nature and the forest play in
the novel? Examine two instances where the
forest and/or nature is involved and synthesize
the relationship to the theme.
Correct this sentence for grammar, spelling, and
punctuation:
Journal
Visual/Spatial
TTYPA: nominate a response
Verbal/Linguistic
Read aloud: chapter twenty-four of The Scarlet
Letter
Natural
Existential
Blog time in Media Center
While the procesion past, the child were uneasy,
flutering up and down like a burd on the point of
takeing flight.
Tactile
Storyboard
Intrapersonal
Menu selections
H/W final products due tomorrow!
Intrapersonal
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