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BRAVE NEW WORLD Chapters 1-3 Days A-C Monday April 6 , 2015 th

EQs Fears vs. Thoughts Chart Quickwrite Exploring Concepts Ch. 1 Vocabulary

Ch. 1 Questions for Understanding Quiz Exit Ticket Essential Questions: 1.) What are the characteristics of an ideal society or lack there-of? 2.) Can values be imposed/are we living in a time of moral decay? 3.) Is a persons worth determined by what he or she can contribute to society? 4.) How much (or many) of our rights should be surrendered to the government to ensure safety and stability?

5.) How does Brave new world reflect this idea, Technology gives us the knack of so arranging the world that we dont have to experience it.? Fears and Thoughts ORWELL HUXLEY -1984

-Brave New World -govt. deprives people of their freedom -no force required because people would come to love their oppression -feared people would ban books -no one would want to read a book

-feared people would deprive us of information -feared those would give us so much, wed be reduced to passivity and egotism -truth hidden -truth irrelevant

-captive culture -trivial culture -people controlled by inflicting pain -people controlled by inflicting pleasure -WHAT WE HATE WILL RUIN US

-WHAT WE LOVE WILL RUIN US Quickwrite Day A: Pick a topic with opposing views between Orwell and Huxley that we recorded in our chart. Who do you think is closer to the truth? Tie in your own experiences and thoughts. EXPLORING KEY CONCEPTS: -Staple in questions

CH 1 Vocabulary

Fertilize Incubator Ova Ovary Gametes Sterilize Salinity Viscosity Liquor

Spermatozoa Peritoneum

Morula Embryo Placentin Thyroxin Corpus luteum Blood surrogate freemartin Ch. 1 Questions: Reading for Understanding 1. What is the purpose of the Hatchery and Conditioning Center?

2. What does the Director mean when he says that particulars, as everyone knows, make for virtue and happiness; generalities are intellectually necessary evils? 3. What is Bokanovskys Process? What is the purpose? 4. What is social predestination? 5. Why does the hatchery purposely keep some embryos from developing high intelligence? EQ DAILY RESPONSE: EXIT TICKET Choose one of the five essential

questions we wrote on page one of our BRAVE NEW WORLD notebooks. Write a response at the bottom of page 4. DAY B QUICKWRITE: The director says, The secret of happiness and virtueliking what youve got to do. All conditioning aims at that: making people like their inescapable social destiny (16). Thoughts?

Ch 2. Questions for Understanding: 6. What is the purpose of conditioning the Delta babies to be afraid of books and roses? 7. Why is it necessary for the masses to consume transport and other products? Does efficiency of production lead to oversupply? 8. Why is Henry Ford, who invented assembly line manufacturing along with the first Ford automobiles, treated almost as a deity in the World State? 9. Why did early attempts at sleep teaching fail? How did they improve it? 10. What is taught in Elementary Class Consciousness? Do we have a similar course in our educational system? Would it be a good idea?

PAVLOVIAN RESPONSE DAY B EXIT TICKET DAY C QUICKWRITE: IN your opinion, is knowledge actual knowledge if it is simply the recitation of facts? How do you know you know and understand something?

Ch.3 Questions for Understanding 11. What is Centrifugal Bumble Puppy? Why is it important for games to require a complicated apparatus? 12. In the World State, children are encouraged to engage in erotic play. In our society, they are discouraged. Why is the World Society different? 13. Mustapha Mond quotes Henry Ford saying, History is bunk. Henry Ford really did say that. What do you think he meant? 14. What are the feelies? Do you think you would like to go? 15. Why is it smutty to talk about mothers and fathers? 16. Is Monds description of family life and its problems accurate? Do you think that the World State is a good solution? 17. What is a Pregnancy Substitute? Why would someone take one? 18. Why does Mond sometimes call Our Ford Our Freud?

19. Why does Fanny think that it is bad that Lenina has been going out with no one but Henry Foster for four months? 20. Mustapha Mond says that stability of society is the primal and ultimate need. Do you agree? 21. Why is Bernard Marx considered to be strange? QUICKWRITE H Nonfiction informs us about ideas, opinions, historical events, etc. Fiction serves a very different purpose. When John asks Dr. Gaffney if the students read Shakespeare, he, along with the Head Mistress reply: Certainly not. Our library contains only books of reference. If our young people need distraction, they can get it at the feelies. We dont encourage them to indulge in

any solitary amusements (163). Why isnt Shakespeare valued in BNW? What is the purpose of fiction in your life? FLT: Given Brave New World, we will identify and explain the significance and irony of the Shakespearean allusions by charting and analyzing the text.

IRONY REVIEW VERBAL SITUATIONAL DRAMATIC IRONY REVIEW VERBAL

SITUATIONAL irony involving a situatio irony in which a person says or writes one n in which actions have thing and means another an effect that is opposite from what Was intended, so that Sarcasm the outcome is contrary to what

was expected DRAMATIC irony that is inherent in speeches or a situation of a drama and is understood by the audience but not grasped by the characters in the play

Examples of irony in BNW: 1.) It is ironic that the _______________ of Hatcheries, who ______________ and conditions the residents of the ____________________ on the sordidness of natural reproduction, should be a natural ____________ himself. 2.) Linda longs to _____________ to the New World only to be ___________ and _________. 3.) John delights also in the New World at first and perceives Lenina as

___________ and chaste, but we know she is ______________ . 4.) John is anything but a ___________"; rather, he is an individual of high ___________ and chivalric _____________. Examples of irony in BNW: 1.) It is ironic that the Director of Hatcheries, who predestines and conditions the residents of the New World on the sordidness of natural reproduction, should be a natural father himself. 2.) Linda longs to return to the New World only to be rejected and die.

3.) John delights also in the New World at first and perceives Lenina as perfect and chaste, but we know she is promiscuous. 4.) John is anything but a "savage"; rather, he is an individual of high morals and chivalric sensitivities. YOUR TURN! Choose one of the situations written on your handout and explain the irony. Dont forget to label what type if irony is expressed in the situation. PURPOSE OF SHAKESPEARE IN BNW: Represents all art that has been rejected and destroyed by

the World State in interest of maintaining stability. The powerful emotion, passion, love, and beauty on display in Shakespeares plays stand for all the noble aspects of humanity that have been sacrificed by the World State in its effort to make sure all of its citizens are always happy. QUICKWRITE I Bernard reflects that one of the principal functions of a friend is to suffer (in a milder and symbolic form) the punishments that we should like, but are unable, to inflict upon our enemies (179).

What does this mean? Why would someone be safe in acting out against a friend vs an enemy? REVIEW https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=raqVySPrDUE QUIZ 12/13 1.) Bernards big party, where he invites important people like Arch-Community Songster of Canterbury, is ruined. Why? 2.) Why does Helmholtz laugh at John when he reads Romeo and Juliet? 3.) What advice does Fanny give Lenina on how to get John?

4.) John finally confesses his love for Lenina, but he feels he must prove he is worthy. What do men do in his culture to show their loves they are worthy? 5.) When Lenina tries to seduce him, how does he react? EXTRA CREDIT: John gets a phone call at the end of Ch 13. Whats the news? Row, row, row your boat Gently down the stream Merrily, merrily, merrily, merrily Life is but a dream INDUSTRIALIST PROPAGANDA

NURSERY RHYMES ARE PROPAGANDA OR SOMETHING MORE? http://www.npr.org/player/v2/mediaPlayer.html? action=1&t=1&islist=false&id=4933345&m=4933346 WRITE YOUR OWN NURSERY RHYME! Three cheers for Bobby who showed his food today! Three cheers for Bobby who ate it all away. No cheers for Bobby when food he did not seek,

For now a cheerless Bobby sits down in empty seat. ANOTHER ONE Come, little school children, and sit down and learn, For teacher will give gifts to those who seem to yearn. Come, little soldiers, and stand up tall and brave, For general will applaud you, and lives youll surely save. Come, little elders, and walk into the light, For God will accept you for doing what is right. QUICKWRITE J

Are truth and happiness compatible? QUICKWRITE K Can you force freedom on people? In what cases would they prefer to be controlled? In what situations in life do you like to be told what to do? Ch 14/15 QUIZ 1.) Who does Linda have a vision of right before she dies?

2.) Whats the smell that sends her into that memory? 3.) When John sees all the twins lining up for their soma rations, what does he do? 4.) What method do the policeman use to quiet/subdue the raging Deltas? 5.) Where does the sergeant take Hemholtz, Bernard, and JOhN? No Man Is An Island by John Donne No man is an island entire of itself;

every man s a piece of the continent, a part of the main; if a clod be washed away by the sea, Europe is the less, as well as if a promontory were, As well as any manner of thy friends or of thine own were; any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved in mankind. And therefore never send to know for whom the bell tolls; it tolls for thee. Watch the beginning of Michael Bays The Island. Be prepared to discuss three concepts portrayed in

the movie that also manifest in Aldous Huxleys Brave New World.

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