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					Story of an Hour

   By Kate Chopin
                 Prediction
   In a complete sentence, write a prediction
    about what you think this story will be
    about.
          Sequence Chart and Readers Journal

   Review of chart             When have you
                                 experienced an
       Just like a timeline     emotion that was
                                 considered
                                 inappropriate by your
                                 friends or family?
                               *2 complete sentences
                       Irony
 Irony is an implied discrepancy between what is
  said and what is meant.
 Kinds of irony: Website

   1. verbal irony is when an author says one thing
    and means something else.
    2. dramatic irony is when an audience perceives
    something that a character in the literature does
    not know.
    3. irony of situation is a discrepancy between
    the expected result and actual results.
                Isn’t it Ironic
 Mark 5 areas that
  show irony on your
  paper.
 Create a definition for
  irony and in your
  definition list
  examples from the
  song.
               Vocabulary
 For each Vocabulary word, highlight it in
  your text.
 After the story has been read, go back to
  each highlighted word, and write a
  definition that you create with a partner,
  by using context clues.
           Vocabulary Pg 70

 Veiled


 Forestall
Vocabulary Pg 71
           Aquiver
           Peddler
           Wares
           Bespoke
           Repression
           Subtle
           Elusive
           Bosom
           Tumultuously
           Coursing
            Vocabulary pg 72
 Exalted
 Procession
 Imploring
      of life
 Elixir
 Importunities
Vocabulary pg 73

         Composedly
         Gripsack
         After Reading the Story
1.    Reread the story (Silently or quietly with a
      partner) and define your vocabulary words
2.    Fill out the Sequence Chart on page 69
3.    Complete the side boxes on the lines in the
      text—Note the facts
4.    Write a summary or graph the ups and downs
      of Mrs. Mallard’s emotional state throughout
      the story. Pg.74
5.    Complete the questions on pages 74-76
     ***Skip Investigate, Inquire, and Imagine***
                 Turn In
 Text book with highlighted words, filled in
  notes, and completed sequence chart
 1 sentence prediction, vocabulary words
  with definitions, and completed questions
  from pages 74-76.
 Isn’t It Ironic song lyrics with highlights

				
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