A1 and B2: I can identify figurative language and its effect on F451. I can identify and explain allusions in Fahrenheit 451. Allusions in F451 General Bell Ringer What do you think are some of the most powerful or memorable stories, fiction OR non-fiction, in our culture? Why? Advanced Bell Ringer The New York Times said, “Frightening in its implications, Mr. Bradbury’s account of this insane world, which bears many alarming resemblances to our own, is fascinating.” What are the “frightening implications”, and what “alarming resemblances” does Montag’s world have to our own? Reference Part 2 and Part 3 ONLY. Need at least 3 comparisons and explanations. Agenda 1) 2) Bell Ringer ADV: Reading Quiz 1) A1: Finish Figurative Language Handout/Graphic Novel Part 2Comprehension/Lit Devices Questions 2) B2: Finish Figurative Language handout, read, graphic novel? Comprehension/Lit Devices Questions 3) 4) 5) Allusion Notes Read Allusion practice I can identify and explain allusions in Fahrenheit 451. General Since we already took notes on figurative language, pull out your organizer and a book. Let’s go through and fill out our worksheet, then read for more uses of figurative language in the text. Graphic Novel Imagery Analysis and Comparisons A1 and B2: I can identify figurative language and its effect on F451. Vocabulary- last 10 words 1. quavered p. 98 2. trench p. 107 3. verbiage p. 107 4. oracle p. 107 5. dilate p. 133 6. quarry p. 133 7. luminosity p. 135 8. juggernaut p. 140 9. scythe p. 158 10. oblivion p. 159 Vocabulary- last 10 words RB 1. quavered p. 94 2. trench p. 103 3. verbiage p. 103 4. oracle p. 103 5. dilate p. 127 6. quarry p. 126 7. luminosity p. 129 8. juggernaut p. 133 9. scythe p. 151 10. oblivion p. 152 Allusion Notes Allusion: A reference to a specific book, play, historical event, mythological creature/god, or other artistic or historical work. Ex: “She was undefeated in all her events. She blew past the other runners in the 100m, smoked them all in the 500m, but like Achilles, she eventually fell, the hurdles her heel.” Allusion Notes An allusion MUST be specific. Not an allusion: “She looked like a dwarf with her stout body and big ears. Definitely an allusion: “She looked like the stout, big-eared Dopey, clumsily following Snow White.” Two Types of Allusion Direct Allusion: Ex: “’Cause you were Romeo, I was a Scarlet The historical or Letter, and my daddy artistic work or said stay away from person is Juliet…” mentioned directly. This can include using direct titles, names, quotations, etc. Two Types of Allusion Ex: Indirect Allusion: The connection to another historical or artistic work or person is IMPLIED. No names are mentioned directly. Often, this happens when plot structures or character traits closely resemble another work, character, or historical event. What is the indirect allusion in this scene from MacBeth? Purpose of Allusion Ex: Allusions are used to draw comparisons between the situation in the work you’re reading and with the work or historical event alluded to. This director made the allusion to Hitler here to make the audience realize how ruthless MacBeth had become. It’s meant to make the audience feel uncomfortable with MacBeth’s actions and to foreshadow MacBeth’s downfall. THINK YOU’LL NEVER USE THIS IN REAL LIFE? ALLUSIONS IN POPULAR SONGS J.Cole “Can’t Get Enough” “…make Wesley pay his taxes…” In 2006, famous actor Wesley Snipes was convicted of tax evasion and went to jail. J.Cole makes an allusion to this event to say the woman in the song is so beautiful that she could have made Snipes pay his taxes. ( ONLY PLAY THE 1ST 25 SECONDS) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7m5susk8fmQ B.O.B “Strange Clouds” “…call that Nancy Kerrigan…” ALLUSIONS IN POPULAR SONGS Olympic figure skater Nancy Kerrigan was attacked with a crowbar during her Olympic trials. There is no clear purpose for this allusion in the song other than the play on words with “pipe” :/ (ONLY PLAY THE 1ST 22 SECONDS) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9ZSof28aW0w ALLUSIONS IN POPULAR SONGS Frank Ocean ft. Andre 3000 “Pink Matter” “…what am I, Hemmingway?” Ernest Hemmingway was an American author known for intense selfreflection in much of his writing. Here, Andre 3000 is reflecting on himself and his life, until he stops and asks if he’s Hemmingway. WELL-READ RAPPERS FTW! (2:40-3:05) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kehzCpybzB8 Practice 1. In your group, come up with at least 4 allusions from pop culture (songs, books, or movies). *You may use your phone to find these. You have 5 minutes. 2. Next, follow the instructions on your allusion chart. Work in your groups to come up with what is being alluded to in those scenes. You have 15 minutes. Assignment You will work on allusions in F451 today. Red book: #2. p. 37 #3 p. 79 #4 p. 96 #5 p. 156 Choose your own! 15 minutes You may work in groups of 3. NO MORE THAN 3. Exit Slip On your own, describe a conflict or a memorable situation that's happened while at PLD. Use at least 2 allusions in your account. *When you use an allusion, you don't need to describe the problem. The reader becomes active by reflecting on the analogy.