Name: ______John Cocabo___ Text: _______Odyssey_________________________ Date: __________aug 18______________________ Books: _______9-12_________________________
features some of literature's most visuallymemorable scenes; bring these epic settings to life by
a) listing down words from the textthat help create vivid images, and (b) drawing some kind of picture or using multimedia formswhich captures the essence of the reading. It can be a sketch, cartoon, painting (by you or arenowned painter), a flow chart or a diagram. The illustration must feature (a) a scene that'sdiscussed specifically in your book, or (b) something that the reading reminded you of, or (c) apicture that conveys any idea or feeling you got from the reading. You may label the picturewith words if you wish. During the circle, feature the work you made or selected to the group firstwithout comment or explanation. Ask the members of your group to guess what your picturemeans, to connect the drawing to their own ideas about the reading. After everyone has had asay, tell them what it means, where it came from, or what it represents to you.
Write down the words or passages in the text that helped create vivid mental images.Identify the sense that the image appealed to.
Word or PassageSenseBook #
Full of food, alittle bit dark.Covered by arock!9
Full of annoying deadpeople11
Full of man-turned-pigs.Eaten pigs andluxury!10
Now a deadguy in theunderworld, heenviesOdysseus andvice versa.11
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