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  • Welcome...equipment out...ready to learn... Welcome...equipment out...ready to learn... Welcome...equipment out...ready to learn... Extend your Learning @ Bishop Justus Lesson 5 Of Mice and Men LQ: Am I able to analyse the characters in Of Mice and Men? Lesson 5 Of Mice and Men LQ: Am I able to analyse the characters in Of Mice and Men?
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  • LQ: Am I able to analyse the characters in Of Mice and Men? LQ: Am I able to analyse the characters in Of Mice and Men? Good Progress: I will know the characters in the novella Excellent progress: I will understand how to use quotes to support my ideas regarding the characters Outstanding progress: I will be able to present my ideas to the class and make sophisticated and unique points using quotes to support How much progress will you make today?
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  • LQ: Am I able to analyse the characters in Of Mice and Men? LQ: Am I able to analyse the characters in Of Mice and Men? 10 Extend your Learning @ Bishop Justus Starter: Look at the various evidence bags and decide which character each item represents. Be ready to explain your answers! Could it be more than one character why? Literary terms: onomatopoeia, misogynistic language, animalistic imagery, colloquial abbreviated dialogue, innuendo, well-chosen adverbs, proleptic irony, extended metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, racist language Keywords : portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, reveals, illustrates, highlights Literary terms: onomatopoeia, misogynistic language, animalistic imagery, colloquial abbreviated dialogue, innuendo, well-chosen adverbs, proleptic irony, extended metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, racist language Keywords : portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, reveals, illustrates, highlights
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  • LQ: Am I able to analyse the characters in Of Mice and Men? LQ: Am I able to analyse the characters in Of Mice and Men? 10 Extend your Learning @ Bishop Justus Introduction: Read the the quotes...Who is saying it? How do you know? Quote 1: "Guys like us, that work on ranches, are the loneliest guys in the world. They got no family. They don't belong no place....With us it ain't like that. We got a future. We got somebody to talk to that gives a damn about us." Chapter 1, pp. 13-14 Quote 2: "An' why? Because...because I got you to look after me, and you got me to look after you, and that's why." Chapter 1, pg. 14 Quote 3: "Curley's like a lot of little guys. He hates big guys. He's alla time picking scraps with big guys. Kind of like he's mad at 'em because he ain't a big guy." Chapter 2, pg. 26 Quote 4: "Carl's right, Candy. That dog ain't no good to himself. I wisht somebody'd shoot me if I got old an' a cripple." Chapter 3, pg. 45 Literary terms: onomatopoeia, misogynistic language, animalistic imagery, colloquial abbreviated dialogue, innuendo, well-chosen adverbs, proleptic irony, extended metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, racist language Keywords : portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, reveals, illustrates, highlights Literary terms: onomatopoeia, misogynistic language, animalistic imagery, colloquial abbreviated dialogue, innuendo, well-chosen adverbs, proleptic irony, extended metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, racist language Keywords : portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, reveals, illustrates, highlights
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  • LQ: Am I able to analyse the characters in Of Mice and Men? LQ: Am I able to analyse the characters in Of Mice and Men? Extend your Learning @ Bishop Justus Introduction: Read the the quotes...Who is saying it? How do you know? Quote 1: "Guys like us, that work on ranches, are the loneliest guys in the world. They got no family. They don't belong no place....With us it ain't like that. We got a future. We got somebody to talk to that gives a damn about us." Chapter 1, pp. 13-14 Quote 2: "An' why? Because...because I got you to look after me, and you got me to look after you, and that's why." Chapter 1, pg. 14 Quote 3: "Curley's like a lot of little guys. He hates big guys. He's alla time picking scraps with big guys. Kind of like he's mad at 'em because he ain't a big guy." Chapter 2, pg. 26 Quote 4: "Carl's right, Candy. That dog ain't no good to himself. I wisht somebody'd shoot me if I got old an' a cripple." Chapter 3, pg. 45 George Lennie CandySlim Literary terms: onomatopoeia, misogynistic language, animalistic imagery, colloquial abbreviated dialogue, innuendo, well-chosen adverbs, proleptic irony, extended metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, racist language Keywords : portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, reveals, illustrates, highlights Literary terms: onomatopoeia, misogynistic language, animalistic imagery, colloquial abbreviated dialogue, innuendo, well-chosen adverbs, proleptic irony, extended metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, racist language Keywords : portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, reveals, illustrates, highlights
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  • LQ: Am I able to analyse the characters in Of Mice and Men? LQ: Am I able to analyse the characters in Of Mice and Men? 30 Extend your Learning @ Bishop Justus Main Task: Create a poster on your given character Draw them correct to their given description Annotate them using quotes from the novella If there is not a specific description for an aspect use your inference skills to make a decision Literary terms: onomatopoeia, misogynistic language, animalistic imagery, colloquial abbreviated dialogue, innuendo, well-chosen adverbs, proleptic irony, extended metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, racist language Keywords : portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, reveals, illustrates, highlights Literary terms: onomatopoeia, misogynistic language, animalistic imagery, colloquial abbreviated dialogue, innuendo, well-chosen adverbs, proleptic irony, extended metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, racist language Keywords : portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, reveals, illustrates, highlights
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  • LQ: Am I able to analyse the characters in Of Mice and Men? LQ: Am I able to analyse the characters in Of Mice and Men? 10 Extend your Learning @ Bishop Justus Plenary: Present your poster to the class, sharing your ideas about the character you were given. Ext: Can you make unique points using quotes to support your thoughts? Literary terms: onomatopoeia, misogynistic language, animalistic imagery, colloquial abbreviated dialogue, innuendo, well-chosen adverbs, proleptic irony, extended metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, racist language Keywords : portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, reveals, illustrates, highlights Literary terms: onomatopoeia, misogynistic language, animalistic imagery, colloquial abbreviated dialogue, innuendo, well-chosen adverbs, proleptic irony, extended metaphor, repetition, alliteration, sibilance, racist language Keywords : portrays, suggests, emphasises, represents, reflects, reveals, illustrates, highlights
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  • LQ: Am I able to analyse the characters in Of Mice and Men? LQ: Am I able to analyse the characters in Of Mice and Men? Good Progress: I will know the characters in the novella Excellent progress: I will understand how to use quotes to support my ideas regarding the characters Outstanding progress: I will be able to present my ideas to the class and make sophisticated and unique points using quotes to support How much progress will you make today?
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  • Homework to extend learning... Homework to extend learning... Homework to extend learning... Homework to extend learning... Homework to extend learning... Homework to extend learning... Homework to extend learning... Miss L. Hamilton Extend your Learning @ Bishop Justus Homework: How does Steinbeck use language to first present Curleys Wife in Chapter 2? Due: Homework: How does Steinbeck use language to first present Curleys Wife in Chapter 2? Due: