December 10, 2010 - Mr. Dunford's Blog

December 10, 2010 - Mr. Dunford's Blog

December 10, 2010 Objective/Title: To define symbolism and identify its purpose and use in chapter 21 of FFMC. Starter: Use the first two pages and/or your notes from yesterdays lesson to answer the question below in paragraph form. How and why does Hardy present the beginning of chapter 19 as overwhelmingly pastoral? You have twelve minutes. Task #2

Based on article (and your prior knowledge), answer the following questions in your exercise book. What is symbolism? Why are symbols used? When are they used? What effects do they have? How do they impact structre? Task #3 Chapter 21 summaryBathsheba is

forced to reunite with Gabriel because her sheep are dying. Their meeting is complex on many different levels. This chapter contains symbolism. How is there symbolism present in the chapter? Homework Due Wednesday Timed essayspent forty-five minutes doing this

Handout December 15, 2010 Objective/Title: Learn and evaluate the use of Aristotle's theories regarding narrative in reference to chapter 21. Starter Finish listening/reading chapter 21, keeping in mind the question How is there symbolism present in the chapter? Be prepared to answer the question in paragrapgh form at the end of the chapter.

Aristotle Notes Greek Philosopher Biology Narrative Theory The key to storytelling is withholding information.

When critiquing the use of the Aristotle's narrative theories, we must evaluate what is being withheld, who is withholding it, why it is being withheld, etc. The viewers know things that the characters dont (dramatic irony) We must evaluate: how the author creates dramatic irony (omniscient narrator, parallel narratives)

Plot Contains Three Parts 1) Hamartiaprotagonist has a sin or fault 2) Anagnorisisthere is a moment in the narrative when the protagonist recognizes a truth 3) Peripeteiathere is a moment where there is a reveral of fortune/turn Task 2 Watch Clip Identify how Aristotle's narrative theory is evident

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9TN3Vt Wwks4 Task Three Discuss and make notes regarding the following question (chapter 21) With reference to Aristotle's theory regarding narrative, how does Hardy make chapter 21 engaging?

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