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Divine Comedy

Divine Comedy

Grammar ReviewDirections: Choose the correct answer inside the parentheses.Virtue is the moral excellence of a person. A virtuous person (has, have) a character made-up of virtues valued as good. He is honest, respectful, courageous, forgiving, and kind. Because of these virtues or positive character traits, he is committed to (do, doing) the right thing no matter what the personal cost, and (do, does) not bend to urges or desires, but acts according to values and principles.

Idiom of the DayCherry pick- to choose something with great care , or to select the best.Tagalog Translation: piling-pili o salang-sala

Vocabulary Building Activitycrimson /krim- zen/n. a deep purplish-red colorTagalog translation: pulang-pulaSynonyms: redden, blush, bloomallegory- / a-l-gor-/n. a story in which the characters and events are symbols that stand for ideas about human life.Tagalog translation: allegoryaSynonyms: emblem, representation, symbolism

blaspheme- /blas-fm/n. to talk about God or religion in a way that does not show respectTagalog translation: lumapastangan sa DiyosSynonyms: swear, curse

Sentence:The crimson rosaries are cherry picked because it could be an allegory for blaspheme.

Idiom of the DayCherry pick- to choose something with great care , or to select the best.VBAcrimson n. a deep purplish-red colorallegory- n. a story in which the characters and events are symbols that stand for ideas about human life.blaspheme- n. to talk about God or religion in a way that does not show respect

Write AboutProofread the given sentence.A virtue is a positive trait or qualities deem ed to be Morally good and is valued a as foundation of principle and good moralbeing.

Video Watching

Objectives:1.analyze authors purpose in writing ;2.exhibit virtuous living;3.present an infomercial, slogan, song about virtuous lifestyle.

Divine Comedyby: Dante AlighieriEpic

pp.65-67 (old)

Dante Alighieri

Dante Alighieri was born in Florence of a prominent family. He apparently played a leading in part in politics rising to the highest local position in 1300. Dante was accused of a crime and was exiled.

Who is the demon with eyes of glowing coal?

Read with your eyes,Not with your lips

Divine ComedyInferno (Hell)Purgatorio (Purgatory)Paradiso (Heaven)

Video Watching

Story MapTitle:Author:Genre:Settings: When? Where?Plot: (3 important events)Theme:Moral:

Comprehension Questions

Comprehension QuestionsWhat warning was posted at the top of the gate?What must have been the place that Dante was taken to? give details to the following :Kind of people in the placeWhy they were lamentingWhat must have been Dantes purpose in writing in writing about this place?

Authors Purpose in WritingAuthors write for many different reasons. Those reasons are called the author's purpose. Depending on the purpose, authors may choose all different sorts of writing formats, genres and language.

The Different Types of Authors Purpose to persuade- the author's goal is to convince the reader to agree with him. to inform- to enlighten the reader about real world topics and provide facts on those topics. to entertain- to tell a funny or interesting story.t o describe- to paint a picture in the readers mind by making use of sensory details (what the writer sees, hears, smells, feels)

to PersuadeThe Slim-O-Matic will help you lose weight in only one month. This amazing machine helps you to exercise correctly through an easy video to show you the proper way to exercise. So what are you waiting for? Buy now and begin exercising today.

to InformThe giant panda is a bear like animal that feeds on bamboo forests at high altitudes in western China.

to EntertainBoy: Hey, Are you single?Girl: No! Im plural!Boy: I mean are you free this Friday?Girl: What ! Of course not! Im so expensive.

to EntertainQuestion: Just imagine , you are on the 8th floor , when a fire burst, How will you escape?Answer: Its very simple I will stop my imagination.

to describeSunset is the time of day when the sky meets the outer space solar winds. There are blue, pink, and purple swirls, spinning and twisting, like clouds of balloons caught in a blender.

Descriptive

Directions: Read the following sentences and determine the author's purpose by writing the letter of the correct answer.

Tomatoes were once considered poisonous. Some brave people finally took a bite of a tomato, and they survived. Now, we use tomatoes in our salads and sandwiches.

A. to persuade C. to entertainB. to inform D. to describe

2. These are the best shoes in the world! If you wear these shoes you will jump higher, run faster, and score more points in a ballgame than anyone. Get a pair today! They are refreshing! Get your pair of SkyHigh Flyers TODAY!A. to persuade C. to entertainB. to inform D. to describe

3. There are three lights on a traffic light. The top light is red and that means stop. The middle light is yellow and that means caution. The bottom light is green and that means go.A. to persuade C. to entertainB. to inform D. to describe

Formative Assessment

Directions: Read the following sentences and determine the author's purpose by writing the letter of the correct answer.

I hope that you will go ahead with your plan to study photography. Taking pictures does two wonderful things for you. One, it forces you to look at the world around you. Two, the pictures you take, you will have forever.A. to persuade C. to entertainB. to inform D. to describe

Spring is the air here now, you can smell the muddy Earth as it melts out from the winter, small green leaves are popping up everywhere and the birds are chirping and squawking. I wish you could be here.A. to persuade C. to entertainB. to inform D. to describe

If you want to become a better reader you need to read often. Research supports that children need to read frequently to be able to read fluently and to be able read high frequency words. All students will benefit by reading at least 20 - 30 minutes per day. Make it a point and read more often!A. to persuade C. to entertainB. to inform D. to describe

Rabbit thought Turtle was slow, so he challenged Turtle to a race. But Rabbit was so confident that he would win the race he decided to take a nap during the race. Turtle knew he could win the race if he just kept on going. Turtle did just that and he WON!A. to persuade C. to entertainB. to inform D. to describe

5.Liza asked her husband "How would you describe me?" "ABCDEFGHIJK :Adorable, beautiful, cute, delightful, elegant, fashionable, gorgeous, and hot." husband said."Aw, thank you, but what about IJK?" asked Liza."I'm just kidding!" her husband replied.A. to persuade C. to entertainB. to inform D. to describe

Group Enrichment ActivitiesGroup 1 and 2: Present an infomercial about the wrongdoings men always commitGroup 3 and 4: Present a slogan about virtuous living.Group 5 and 6: Present a song about the importance of living a life according to the will of God.

6 Facets of Understanding QuestionsExplanation: What are the common misconceptions about life after death?Interpretation: Why does the story matters to all of us?Application: How could you use the moral of the story to live a good life?Perspective: What are your different points of view about hell, purgatory and heaven?Empathy: What was the selection trying to make you feel and see?Self-knowledge: How are your views about life and death changed by the lesson?

Presentation of the Groups Output6 Facets of UnderstandingGEA

Objectives:1.Analyze the different types of essay.2.Exhibit righteousness in judging a persons character; 3.Present a poster, jingle, slogan, infomercial and 3- minute role play about judgement.

Thank You!