Wednesday 10/15/14
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Bell-work Label a new piece of paper “2nd 9 weeks
Frayer Models” Keep about 3 pages clean so we can
go back and add frayers to this page.
Using the first 5 word wall words, draw 5 squares
onto your paper and begin to complete the first 5
frayer models. You may use a buddy to help you!
Integrate - to unite or make into a whole by
bringing all parts together.
MLA Style – research rules of the Modern Language
Association
Concise – expressing a lot in a few words
Concur – to agree
Consolidate – to combine
My measureable goal today
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can define new vocabulary words
by using a frayer model
 I can capitalize specific directions
 I can differentiate between mood
and tone
 I can locate lines of imagery in a
poem
EQ 39 Capitalization Rule# 3 Do not capitalize
directions unless it is the name of a place or it is
specific!
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Q. You have to go north to reach the hotel.
A. Do not capitalize north, it is a general direction.
Q. “Go left in 1800 miles” said mom.
A. left is not specific enough
Q. I live in Tennessee.
A. Tennessee. (It is a specific region)
Q. The North fought gallantly against the South.
A. Referencing the North as a section of the country
EQ 41 How do we differentiate
mood from tone?
EQ 45 How do we create strong
descriptions using vivid words?
 Mood
is how the author wants you
to feel (it’s the atmosphere.)
 Tone is the author’s attitude towards
the subject.
 Imagery involves the 5 senses.
Pictures or words can create imagery
in your mind.
Tone and Mood Watch out! Tone
and mood are similar!!
Tone is the author’s attitude toward the
writing (his characters, the situation) and the
readers. A work of writing can have more
than one tone. An example of tone could be
both serious and humorous. Tone is set by
the setting, choice of vocabulary and other
details.
 Mood is the general atmosphere created by
the author’s words. It is the feeling the
reader gets from reading those words. It
may be the same, or it may change from
situation to situation.
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Mood and Tone words
Words That Describe
Mood
 Fanciful
 Melancholy
 Frightening
 Mysterious
 Frustrating
 Romantic
 Gloomy
 Sorrowful
 Joyful
 Suspenseful
Words That Describe
Tone
 Amused
 Humorous
 Pessimistic
 Angry
 Playful
 Ironic
 Horror
 Sad
 Serious
 Suspicious
IMAGES in a Poem
Imagery: descriptive language used in poetry
that
• Paints a picture with words
• Appeals to the senses (sensory language)
• Sight, Sound, Smell, Feel, Taste
A line of imagery…
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was dark and dim in the forest. –
The words “dark” and “dim” are
visual images.
What words come to mind?
What words come to mind?
What does this evoke in you?
Can you hear them?
FOR EXAMPLE*
“Dreams” by Langston Hughes
Hold fast to dreams For if dreams
die Life is a broken-winged
bird That cannot fly. Hold fast to
dreams For when dreams go Life
is a barren field Frozen with
snow.
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FOR EXAMPLE
What is the MOOD of “Dreams”?
What is the TONE of “Dreams”?
What’s the difference?
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FOR EXAMPLE
What is the MOOD of “Dreams”?
Nostalgic, encouraging, warning/foreboding
What is the TONE of “Dreams”?
Pleading, worrisome,
What’s the difference?
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1. With your buddy:
Look on page 750 and read “My Papa’s Waltz”
What is the tone?
What is the mood?
What examples of imagery did you find? Cite the line, by
writing the line and the line number.
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1. With your buddy:
Look on page 750 and read “My Papa’s Waltz”
What is the tone? Light and Playful with serious
undertones
What is the mood? Happy and silly, childish
What examples of imagery did you find? Cite the line, by
writing the line and the line number.
“With a palm caked hard by dirt” line 14
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You know what time it is...Exit ticket time!
• What is mood? Give me a mood word
• What is tone? Give me a tone word
• What is the difference between the two?
• What is imagery and write me 1 sentence full
of imagery (I want to picture the sentence in
my head.)
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Wednesday 10/15/14 - La Vergne High School