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Seating Chart (Period 2)
Stephanie
Beniek
Malaurie
Ashlin
Idemoto
Leilani
Akana
Heidenescher
Justin
Maunupau
Teachers’
Desk
Albert
Crichton
Julie Dix
Jack
(Curtis)
Greene II
Christian
(David)
Lam
Valerie
Lane
Projection
Cart
Bryan
Jason
Maderas
Carina
Pelletier
Kamele
Manoa
Joshua
Nishimoto
Cody
OkadaKrueger
Anissa
Pasion
Hitsa Pham
Courtney
Piche
Charlette
Joy
Ragudos
Taliau
(King)
TavelaAfalava
Renay
DaytonGerona
SEATING CHART
(Period 5)
Mahlon
Kapule III
Heather
Corpuz
Adam
Denis
Preston
Matteo
Donato
Leonard
Firme Jr.
Kristen Joy
Foronda
Petrice
Goto
Pualani
Howard
Lazarus
Jove
Courtney
Ledesma
Arianna
Lee
Johnathan
Lonso
Shonnel
PataoGalacgac
Marcus
Sabado
Jovy
Manzanares
Teachers’
Desk
Projection
Cart
Michael
OMeally
Emily
Moses
Derrick
OgawaStaples
Joshua
Pangayan
Jonnel
Santos
Keani
Sayles
Miurina
Soyon
Ahley
Ferreira
Opening: Bell Work
Complete the
graphic organizer
by describing an
object of your
choice using the
five senses.
Which part of speech are
people, places, things, or
ideas?
Which part of speech do we
use to describe people,
places, things, or ideas?
What are our five senses
that help us to describe
people, places, things, or
ideas?
Agenda
August 26, 2010
• Objective:
We will be able to…
 ANALYZE “Harlem: A Dream Deferred,” DEVELOP a thesis for
its meaning, and JUSTIFY the thesis with supporting details
from the text
• Opening: Bell Work
 Five Senses graphic organizer
• Imagery, Metaphor, Simile, and Personification
• “Harlem: A Dream Deferred” (Langston Hughes)
• Closing: Exit Pass
 Personal Narrative graphic organizer
Imagery
is the use of words to create
pictures in the readers’ minds
•
Literary devices that help to evoke imagery:
 Metaphor is a comparison of things, where one thing
“is” another
 Example: Life is a rollercoaster ride.
 Simile is a comparison of things, where one thing is
“like” another
 Example: His hands felt cold like ice.
 Personification is when inanimate objects are given
human-like qualities
 Example: The wind whispered softly.
Langston Hughes
Directions:
Each group will be given one object
from the poem. Use the graphic
organizer to describe that object using
your five senses. List adjectives in the
appropriate columns.
Group 1
Group 2
Group 3
Group 4
Group 5
Group 6
Julie
Bryan
Hitsa
Cody
Charlette
Ashlin
David
Stephanie Renay
Malaurie
Albert
Carina
Valerie
Mele
Curtis
Courtney Anissa
Joshua
Leilani
King
Justin
Directions:
Each group will be given one object
from the poem. Use the graphic
organizer to describe that object using
your five senses. List adjectives in the
appropriate columns.
Group 1
Group 2
Group 3
Group 4
Group 5
Group
6
Mahlon
Jonnel
Marcus
Petrice
Jovy
Arianna
Shonell
Emily
Miurina
Adam
Ashley
Courtney
Derrick
Michael
Preston
Kristen
Lance
Pua
Keani
Leonard
Joshua
John
Heather
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Explosion
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Festering wound
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Rotten Meat
Harlem: A Dream Deferred
What happens to a dream deferred?
Vocabulary
Defer: (v.) to delay
Fester: (v.) to rot
Does it dry up
like a raisin in the sun?
Or fester like a sore -
And then run?
Does it stink like rotten meat?
Or crust and sugar over -
like a syrupy sweet?
Maybe it just sags
like a heavy load.
Or does it explode?
- Langston Hughes, 1951
Discussion Questions
• What happens to grapes when they are dehydrated?
Although raisins are edible, do they have the exact
nutritional value as grapes?
All of these
things have
a common
occurrence.
What is it?
• What can happen to a cut or wound that is left
untreated for a long period of time? What happens to
a person’s health when they leave a cut or wound
untreated?
• What happens to meat when it’s not stored properly
and is left unattended for a long period of time?
• What happens to sugar when it’s not stored properly
and is left unattended for a long period of time?
• When someone puts something heavy in a bag, what
happens to the bag over time?
• When something explodes, what happens to it?
What do you think is the
author’s message in the poem?
Include details from the poem
to support your opinion. What
are your dreams and
aspirations?
Closing: Exit Pass
• Choose one event from your Life Map that
you wouldn’t mind writing about and sharing
with the class.
• Then, complete the Personal Narrative
graphic organizer
• Hold on to it, and use it to help you begin
drafting your personal narrative
HW (write in your planner): Bring a hard copy of
your personal narrative first draft to class on
Monday, Aug. 30, 2010.
 typed, double-spaced, size 12 Times New Roman font
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