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					"The Most Dangerous Game"


            Take out the OBJECTIVES handout
               that you received yesterday.

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Objectives and Warm-Up
   Re-read (silently, independently)
    OBJECTIVES 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5 that we
    discussed yesterday.

 Then, complete WARM-Up #3 from
  the list of warm-ups below the 5
  objectives. (A, B, C, and D)
 (Label it Warm-Up.)

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Warm-Up
   Make certain that you have
    underlined the choice of verb that
    you are substituting in each
    sentence.
            • WARM-Up #3 from the list of warm-ups
              below the 5 objectives. (A, B, C, and D)
            • (Label it Warm-Up.)



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Warm-Up, continued
 COPY this sentence (below A, B, C,& D):
 1. If team members want to play in
  Saturday’s game, it is imperative that
  they attend all practices this week.
 2. Now, SUMMARIZE the meaning of
  the sentence.
 3. INFER the meaning of the
  underlined word.
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Transition

You    are to now pass
    up your warm-up for
    today to the front of
    your row.
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Transition

 Now,    take out your listing of
    the 18 questions to this story
    (on the back of the OBJECTIVES
    handout) - and -
 Take   out your answers to
    questions 1 through 12.
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Class work Activity # 1:
   Open to page 43 in The Interactive
    Reader.

   COPY this PREDICTION in box #1:

   See next screen - - - - >

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Class work Activity# 1 - Predicting
 Copy in box #1 on page 43:
 PREDICTION: I predict that Zaroff will
  hunt Rainsford.
 REASONS: Zaroff claims he hunts an
  animal that can reason, and he is
  becoming bored with his most recent
  quarry - shipwrecked sailors.

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Class work Activity# 1, continued:

As     you LISTEN to the
    end of the story this
    morning, make TWO
    MORE PREDICTIONS
    and fill them in on page
    43 in boxes 2 and 3.
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Class work Activity # 2:
 You will now listen to the end of the
  story.
 Open up to page 50 in Language of
  Literature.
 Listen as the story is read aloud.
 Follow along with your eyes on the
  words in the story.

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Class work Activity # 3:
 You  will now INDEPENDENTLY
  answer questions 13, 14, 15, 16,
  17, and 18 to “The Most
  Dangerous Game”.
 You will place these answers on
  the same page as questions 1-
  12. (directly below #12)
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Check your answers:
   13. The “dark and silent” night,
    illuminated only by the “fragment of
    sallow moon” casting a “wan light,”
    reinforces his isolation and
    desperation.




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Check your answers:
 14. I predict that Rainsford will say
  no.
 Reasons: Rainsford has a sleepless
  night and he is shocked at Zaroff’s
  practice of hunting humans.



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Check your answers:
   15. The main conflict at this point is
    between the characters’ moral
    stances. Rainsford feels it’s immoral
    to hunt human prey, whereas Zaroff
    thinks it’s a sport.




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Check your answers:
   16. Zaroff wants to prolong the hunt
    and that is why he turns away from
    the tree even though he knows
    Rainsford is hiding in the tree.




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Check your answers:
 17. Rainsford has ruled out staying
  where he is and fleeing. As his new
  idea comes to him, he tightens his
  belt and heads away from the
  swamp. He might jump into the
  water. OR, he might hide.
 (In fact, Rainsford uses his knife and
  a young tree to set a trap for Zaroff.)
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Check your answers:
   18. The “he” refers to Rainsford. It is
    Rainsford who is sleeping in the bed
    that night.




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Transition:
   Pass up your answers to questions 1
    through 18 to the front of your row.

   Then, open to page 43 in The
    Interactive Reader.



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Class work Activity # 4:

You     will now finish filling
    in your PREDICTIONS that
    you made while reading
    this story today. (page 43
    in the I.A.R.)

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Class work Activity # 5: p.44, I.A.R.
 Fill in the INTERNAL CONFLICT:
 ZAROFF: Bored with hunting and looking
  for a new “thrill”
 RAINSFORD: He feels hear and panic after
  leaving Zaroff’s chateau, but forces
  himself to keep his nerve and use his wits
  and his skill as a hunter to devise a logical
  plan for his escape.

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Class work Activity # 5, continued:
 Fill      in the EXTERNAL CONFLICT:

 Person     vs. person: Rainsford
    fights for his life against the
    hunter Zaroff.


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Class work # 5, continued:
   Person vs. Nature: Rainsford
    struggles to survive at sea after he
    falls overboard.




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Class work # 5, continued:
   Person vs. Obstacle: Zaroff manages
    to avoid the Malay man-catcher and
    the Burmese tiger pit, two of the
    traps created by Rainsford.




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Class work # 6: VOCABULARY
 Take out yesterday’s chart of the 15
  vocabulary words.
 On the SAME PAPER (unless you
  filled up both sides), you are to
  LOCATE and WRITE the sentences
  that each of the 15 words are in.


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C W # 6: VOCABULARY
 Example:
 Tangible was found on page 41.
 In the left column is this sentence:
 “Sometimes I think evil is a tangible
  thing - with wavelengths, just as
  sound and light have.”
 Write the ENTIRE sentence.
 Underline the word tangible.
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CW #6 - continued
 You are now to work
  INDEPENDENTLY.
 LOCATE each of the 15 words found
  on page 38 that we defined
  yesterday.
 Write the entire sentence each word
  is found in.
 Underline each vocabulary word.

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Class work # 7: Vocabulary
   Now, open to page 45 in The
    Interactive Reader.

   Complete the vocabulary exercises
    on this page.



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Class work Activity # 7, continued:
   Pass up your 15 definitions and your
    15 sentences to the front of your row.

   Then complete page 45 in I.A.R.




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Page 45 - Check your answers:
 Part A:
 1. Deplorable     2. Affable
 3. Disarming      4. Amenity
 5. Uncanny        6. Tangible
 7. Solicitously   8. imperative



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Page 45, check your answers:
 PART B:
 1. C         5. D
 2. F         6. G
 3. E         7. A
 4. B




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Class work Activity # 8: Re-read
   Now, put your Language of Literature
    text in the basket under your desk.

   Take out your Interactive Reader and
    open to page18.

   Complete the WEB on page 18.
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Class work Activity # 8, continued:
 You   will now read the same story
  in this textbook.
 I will stop at each PAUSE &
  REFLECT.
 You will have time to write
  answers in the margins.

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Class work Activity # 8:
   If there are NO QUESTIONS on a
    page, your are to write a SUMMARY
    of what occurs on that page.

 Let us begin on page 19.
 Follow along silently and
  independently. Use reading
  strategies.
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Interactive Reader, page 20
 Read aloud, page 20:
 These lines reveal Rainsford’s
  philosophy of life and his views on
  humanity.
 They show that he has little regard
  for anyone but himself.


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Interactive Reader, page 21
   Summary: Rainsford loves hunting
    and thinks it is the best sport in the
    world; he does not care about the
    fame animals. While Whitney does
    hunt, he has some sympathy for the
    fear and pain experienced by the
    game animals.

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Interactive Reader, page 21, continued:
   Rainsford thinks the sailors’ fears
    are pure imagination and
    superstition.




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Page 22, Pause & Reflect

1.    Rainsford thinks hunting
    is the nest sport in the
    world. He has little regard
    for the feeling of the
    creatures that are hunted.

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Page 22, Pause & Reflect

   2. Rainsford is intelligent,
    brave, and strong. He is
    also a cold, egotistical
    man who cares little for the
    feelings of others.

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Page 22, Pause & Reflect

      trying to find help and
    3. -
    building a bonfire to signal
    for help.



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Page 23

The     prints show him that a
    person who can help him
    is on the island.



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Page 25

Ivan    is giant, deaf,
    unable to speak, black-
    bearded, fierce, and has
    two small eyes.

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Page 26, Pause & Reflect
         is big, incredible
    1. Ivan
    strong, and probably
    dangerous. He is mute. He
    used to be in the Russian
    army and now works as a
    servant and bodyguard for
    General Zaroff. He does
    whatever Zaroff tells him.
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Page 26, Pause & Reflect

           is intelligent,
    2. Zaroff
    cultured, and an
    aristocratic egotist who is
    also an excellent hunter.


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Page 26, Summary
   The building is a magnificent chateau
    - like a lord’s home. There are animal
    trophy heads on the walls, and the
    table is beautifully set with find
    china, linen, and crystal.




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p. 29, Read Aloud

Zaroff   is describing
    humans. According to
    him, humans are the ideal
    animal to hunt.


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p. 30, Pause & Reflect

   1. Lines387-388 (Every day
    I hunt, … match my wits)
    and lines 390-393 (I wanted
    … able to reason).


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Page 30, Pause & Reflect

   2. Zaroff   is an excellent
 hunter.
3. I would be thinking
 about ways to escape. Or -
 I would be worrying about
 being Zaroff’s next victim.
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p. 32, Reading Check
   The rules are that the QUARRY is
    given food, a knife, and a three-hour
    head start. Zaroff will have only a
    small-caliber handgun. If the quarry
    can keep from being killed for three
    days, he wins. If Zaroff finds the
    quarry before three days are up, the
    quarry will be killed.
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p. 33, Pause & Reflect
 1. Some humans are victims of
  shipwrecks caused by nature. Other
  humans are victims of shipwrecks
  caused by Zaroff .
 2. The rules do favor Zaroff because
  he has weapons, dogs, and
  knowledge of the terrain.

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p. 33, Pause & Reflect
3. I predict that Rainsford will refuse to
  hunt.
Or
I predict that Rainsford will go along
  with Zaroff’s proposal in order to
  gain time to plan an escape.


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Page 35

   Rainsford has no choice; if he
    doesn’t let Zaroff hunt him, then he
    will be turned over to Ivan and will
    definitely be killed.



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p. 36, Pause & Reflect
 1. Zaroff decides to hunt Rainsford.
 2. Hunting clothes, food, a knife,
  moccasins (lines 589-590)
 2. Khaki hunting clothes, a haversack
  of food, a sheathed hunting knife
  (lines 613-615)


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Page 37
 1st - Rainsford leaves the mansion.
 2nd - Rainsford makes a complicated
  trail in the forest and then rests.
 3rd - Zaroff follows the trail right to
  the tree where Rainsford is hiding,
  but then Zaroff goes away.


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Page 37
 4th  - Rainsford makes a trap to
  catch Zaroff, but the general
  escapes with only a wound.
 5th - Rainsford digs a pit trap to
  kill Zaroff in the Death Swamp,
  but a dog is killed instead of the
  general.
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Page 37
 6th - Zaroff comes after
  Rainsford with his hounds, but
  Rainsford makes a Ugandan
  knife trap that kills Ivan.
 7th - Rainsford dives off a cliff
  into the sea.

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Page 37

8th    - Rainsford returns
    to surprise Zaroff in his
    bedroom, and they
    prepare to fight.

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Page 38

Zaroff’s   hunting skills are
    so excellent that they
    seem unnatural.



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Page 40, Pause & Reflect

   1. Zaroffwas enjoying the
    game and wants to give
    Rainsford another chance in
    order to extend the game.



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Page 40

   2. FirstRainsford creates a
    complicated trail and hides in
    a tree. Then he creates a
    Malay man-catcher. Then he
    constructs a Burmese tiger
    pit.
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Page 40
   3. Rainsfordwill keep trying to
    outsmart Zaroff in order to
    escape. Perhaps he will
    construct a new type of trap.
    Maybe he will just find a
    place to hide until the three
    days are up.
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Page 41

Ivan is killed by
 Rainsford’s knife trap.
Zaroff thinks Rainsford
 has drowned in the sea.

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Page 42, Pause & Reflect

              . . . When he
    1. Rainsford
  manages to avoid being
  found for three days.
 2. Rainsford kills Zaroff and,
  perhaps, feeds him to the
  hounds.
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Challenge, page 42

Rainsford    - strong, tall,
    with good eyes; a
    famous hunter; good
    physical shape; mentally
    fit also.
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Challenge, page 42
                 tall, slender; has
    Zaroff: strong,
    a cultivated voice and
    aristocratic bearing;
    domineering; considers
    himself superior to others.
    Red lips; pointed teeth; evil
    nature hidden beneath a
    civilized exterior.
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Challenge, page 42:

Rainsford    - lines 25-27, 33-
    35, and 401-402.

Zaroff    - lines 185-190, 267-
    270, 300-303, 315-317, and
    405-409.
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Check to be sure that . . .
 Your name is on the OUTSIDE of the
  Interactive Reader - and -
 On pages 43, 44, and 55 - and -
 On several pages between pages 18-
  42.



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Transition
   Pass up your Interactive Reader to
    the front of your row.

   Take out the BOOK that you brought
    today for INDEPENDENT READING.



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Independent Reading
   You will now spend 20 minutes in SILENT,
    SUSTAINED READING.

   Today you will receive a class work grade
    for being silent for 20 minutes (5 points),
    for reading (5 points), and for staying
    seated (5 points) and for having your desk
    clear of everything except what you are
    reading (5 points).
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Independent Reading
 RUBRIC:
 being silent for 20 minutes (5 points),
 reading (5 points),
 staying seated (5 points),
 having your desk clear of everything
  except what you are reading
  (5 points)
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Tomorrow
 Grammar: verbs
 BCR for The Most Dangerous Game
 QUIZ
 Literary Terms to define
 TEST




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