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THE GERALD SCHWARTZ/ HEATHER REISMAN CENTRE FOR JEWISH LEARNING AT HOLY BLOSSOM TEMPLE WINTER/SPRING 2012 CALENDAR OF EVENTS 5772 HOLY BLOSSOM TEMPLE
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Communication Arts Unit|Grades 912 |Lesson 3: Freytag’s PyramidLesson DescriptionWatch as Ebenezer Scrooge undergoes a life changing experience on a cold Christmas Eve night, brought on by his deceased friend Jacob Marley. Known as the town’s grumpy, penny pinching workaholic, Scrooge encounters three different spirits and is forced to watch his life play out based on the choices he’s made and the choices he will make if he continues on his current path. In this lesson, students will answer questions based on Freytag’s Pyramid which will help them better understand the characters and the work as a whole. Concepts Freytag’s PyramidClimax Exposition FallingAction Rising ActionResolution Objectives Students will:  Understandthe drama’s conflict  Knowthe difference between a Protagonist and an Antagonist  Learnabout Freytag’s Pyramid  Identifyeach of the 5 aspects of Freytag’s Pyramid Content Standards National Standards in Communication Arts Standard 6: Uses reading skills and strategies to understand and interpret a variety of literary texts.  Benchmark3, Grades 68: Understands complex elements of plot development o (e.g., causeandeffect relationships; use of subplots, parallel episodes, and climax; development of conflict and resolution).  Benchmark4, Grades 68: Understands elements of character development o (e.g., character traits and motivations; stereotypes; relationships between character and plot development; development of characters through their words, speech patterns, thoughts, actions, narrator’s description, and interaction with other characters; how motivations are revealed).
1 Permission is granted to reprint or photocopy this lesson in its entirety for educational purposes, provided the user credits Herschend Family Entertainment Corporation and Silver Dollar City,www.silverdollarcity.com. National Standards were taken from th the MidContinent Research for Education and Learning website atwww.mcrel.orgunder Compendium K12 Standards, 4Edition. Grade level expectations were taken from the Missouri Department of Elementary and Secondary Education.