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6th Grade ELA Unit 3 Lesson 2 Wednesday, November 1, 2017 Do Now Use the first 5 minutes of class today to work on your Heros Profile and complete any components you may not have finished. You may want to use individual features from people you know in real life. Think of both physical features and character details such as hobbies, likes, and dislikes.

Daily Report Opening A. Do Now B. Learning Target Work Time Continuing to Make Notes on My Heros Journey Formalizing a Plan for My Heros Journey Closing and Assessment Mix and Mingle: My Heros Journey

Homework Complete your Heros Journey Narrative: Plan graphic organizer do not complete the Writers Craft column Reminder Read Theory Remember to complete 2 quizzes at 85% or better between Mon-Fri to earn 100%. Earn 85% Sat-Sun. Dont cheat yourselves. You need to try your best on each quiz. Do not just try your luck at selecting answers.

I will not continue to take low level quizzes. Learning Target I can use the notes on my Narrative Story LineHeros Journey graphic organizer to begin to plan my own heros journey narrative. How does this learning target link to what you did in the previous lessons? Moving On

SLANT Continuing to Make Notes on My Heros Journey Now that you have analyzed a model narrative, you will spend time updating your notes and ideas on your organizer for your heros journey stories based on any new thinking and learning. Focus particularly on a Theme for your organizer. Look at your text, Key Elements of Mythology on page 65. Use the Key Elements of Mythology to determine which elements of myth and which significant theme you are going to communicate in your

heros journey narratives. This is time for you to continue thinking about ideas and taking notes for your heros journey story. Do not begin writing, and this is not yet a formal plan for your heros journey narrative. Narrative Story Line: Heros Journey Characters in an ordinary world

Continuing to Make Notes on My Heros Journey Answer these questions as you make notes for your Heros Journey: Who is your character? What is the call to adventure for your hero? How does your hero find out that he or she needs to go on a quest? What is the quest? What has he or she been asked to do? Who does your hero go on the journey with? Where do they go? What obstacles do they encounter?

What is the supreme ordeal? What is the big obstacle that your hero has to overcome at the end of the journey? What happens at the end? How is peace restored? What are the elements of myth you might include in your story? What will the theme of your story be? Moving On SLANT

Formalizing a Plan for My Heros Journey Narrative Now that you have recorded a lot of notes and ideas about your heros journey story on your Narrative Story LineHeros Journey graphic organizer, you will begin to structure those ideas more formally on an organizer that will help you turn your ideas into writing. The Narrative Story LineHeros Journey organizer was just for initial thinking and ideas. But now you are actually going to be thinking about how those notes and ideas can be used to write a narrative like The Golden Key. Turn to page 133. Heros Journey Narrative: Plan Graphic

Organizer. Lets discuss the graphic organizer. Heros Journey Narrative: Plan Graphic Organizer Stage of The Heros Journey Entering the Unknown What is the new world your hero enters? Supernatural Aid/Meeting with the Mentor/Allies and

Helpers Who is going to help your hero on the journey? How does your hero meet these helpers? My Heros Journey (Sequence of Events) Writers Craft Ideas

(Style and Craft) Closing Mix and Mingle: My Heros Journey Think about how to tell someone the plot of your heros journey in no more than three sentences. Mix and Mingle: 1. I will play music while you move around to the music. 2. When the music stops, you must stop and tell your heros journey story to the person closest to you in no more than three sentences.

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