"Where dreams come true"
"Just do it"
"Where Valor Proudly Sleeps"
-Arlington National Cemetery
Most businesses and historical figures have a motto. Motto's are a short sentence or phrase chosen as encapsulating the beliefs or ideals guiding an individual, family, or institution.
Throughout this unit you will read several pieces that display the motto of the author or give you in site into the philosophy of the characters. You will be asked to compare and contrast philosophies and motto's as well as create your own.
"I know Why the Caged Bird Sings" Online
The Most Dangerous Game
2. 2. Animals deserve to have the same rights as humans.
3. 3. A good story needs a sinister villain.
4. People are treated differently based on their looks, jobs, levels of education, location.
The Lady or the Tiger?
The Lady or the Tiger? is on page 297 in your purple text book.
Complete vocab assignment BEFORE you read then complete the plot diagram while reading.
After we have read The Lady or the Tiger? and have completed the plot diagram to go with it, we will discuss author’s structure and how it creates tension and surprise
I Have a Dream
D of I
After listen to the Declaration of Independence and reading "The Most Dangerous Game" and "The Lady or the Tiger" you're going to compare/contrast Zaroff's, The King's, and Jefferson's motto's philosophies (what is each’s view of freedom, of the value of human life?)
You are also going to work with a small group to create a list of grivences that you have against an orginization.