Literary Elements and the homework is on the last slide click below
Literary Elements PowerPoint and Homework
Prompt: In what ways and with what effects does Frost present the theme of the poem “Nothing Gold Can Stay”. Write a P-E-E-L paragraph.
NOTHING GOLD CAN STAY
by Robert Frost
Nature’s first green is gold,
Her hardest hue to hold.
Her early leaf’s a flower,
But only so an hour.
So Eden sank to grief,
So dawn goes down to day.
Nothing gold can stay.
Characterization Chart instructions
•Pick a character from the novel that you think had an impact on a theme.
•Create a chart that shows the following:
1.The name of the character and the theme you believe the character had an impact on.
2.What the character does- support with a quote from the book with citation
3.What a character looks like- support with a quote from the book with citation
4.What the character thinks (if possible)- support with a quote from the book with citation
5.What the character says- support with a quote from the book with citation
6.What the character feels (mostly)- support with a quote from the book with citation
•Then at the bottom: Explain if the character is a flat character and why or if the character is a round character and why. Also, explain how this character impacted the theme. What about them conveyed that theme?
1. Classmate introductions
2. Signed up for Remind
3. Notes on Plot- if you didn't take all the notes then here is the PowerPoint- PERIOD 4 AND 6 TAKE NOTES FROM THE PLOT POWERPOINT BELOW (CLICK ON THE WORD PLOT BELOW:
Bring novel to our next class meeting.
For next class, please bring/do the following:
It is expected that all students have the composition book and duo-tang folder by August 27/28.
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