Thursday, March 26, 2015

FAMILY BLOGGER NIGHT



Tonight you'll have the opportunity to work on Charlotte Doyle and Uplifters and Proposals.

Charlotte Doyle
Answer these questions.
1. Web images - Find two or three internet photos or magazine pictures that would have special significance to your character. Describe them to us and write an explanation of why they would be important to your character.

2. After reading Charlotte Doyle, figure out how you would divide up the book into sections. Then select a piece of music that you think captures the feel or tone of each section. Tell us the actual songs for each section that fits the mood for each section. Make sure they're appropriate.

3. Choose a character you liked in CD and then create sentences based on the alphabet scheme that demonstrate your knowledge of the character. For example A is for the ABUSE Charlotte took at the hands of a Captain Jaggery. B is for Brave in the way Charlotte handled her behavior while climbing the royal yard.  See how many you can do.

Uplifters and Proposals
Go ahead and share your positives and proposals. I want to hear your voice.

23 comments:

  1. Charlotte Doyle
    Answer these questions.
    1. Web images - Find two or three internet photos or magazine pictures that would have special significance to your character. Describe them to us and write an explanation of why they would be important to your character.
    I think the picture would be a captains hat for her sailors side and her mean side
    I think that a picture of a kitten for her nice/proper side of her

    2. After reading Charlotte Doyle, figure out how you would divide up the book into sections. Then select a piece of music that you think captures the feel or tone of each section. Tell us the actual songs for each section that fits the mood for each section. Make sure they're appropriate.


    3. Choose a character you liked in CD and then create sentences based on the alphabet scheme that demonstrate your knowledge of the character. For example A is for the ABUSE Charlotte took at the hands of a Captain Jaggery. B is for Brave in the way Charlotte handled her behavior while climbing the royal yard. See how many you can do.
    A is for Abrupt when she abruptly took down Captain Jaggery to get the whip from him.
    B for brave the way she defeated Captain Jaggery
    C is for caring when Charlotte cared for Zachariah when he was getting whipped and jumped towards Captain Jaggery to get the whip from him to stop.

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    1. sorry forgot the music part
      here it is
      2. After reading Charlotte Doyle, figure out how you would divide up the book into sections. Then select a piece of music that you think captures the feel or tone of each section. Tell us the actual songs for each section that fits the mood for each section. Make sure they're appropriate.
      the part when she was climbing up the royal yardI would say "Mission Impossible"
      For when she was running away from home I would say "Running away ~ Midnight Hour (Lyrics)"
      And lastly when she saw Zachariah getting beat I would say "Christina Perri - A Thousand Years"

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  2. 1. It could be the crew watching charlotte being chased by captain Jaggery

    2.
    When she get's on the ship I would say - new life and when she gets off I would say Old life
    3.
    A for attitude because she is always positive
    B for brave because she isn't afraid to so crazy things
    C for can because she can do the unhumanly things that most people can't do

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    1. I agree with A, B, and C!

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    2. I like how you made C can!! Nice job!!

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  3. 1. I think a picture with rain falling down on a leaf, and the drops staying there: (Website: http://ak.picdn.net/shutterstock/videos/1317076/preview/stock-footage-rain-is-falling-on-a-leaf-with-raindrops-growing-and-moving.jpg)
    I think that this picture represents Charlotte because it shows that when a plan falls, tumbles down like the rain. The leaf represents herself pushing herself back up, and fixing the problem.
    This is a picture of sunshine peeking out of the clouds on a sunset. (Website:https://robertfinkelstein.files.wordpress.com/2009/06/sunshine-behind-clouds.jpg)
    I think this picture is significant because it shows that Charlotte always finds a right way to fix things. The sun always finds a way to shine through.
    2. Part 1 - Charlotte runs away from home.
    Song: You've Ruined Me Now By Norah Jones
    Part 2 - The first couple of days on the ship, when Charlotte is first getting used to the ship.
    Song: Where The Sky Hangs By Passion Pit
    Part 3 - Meeting Jaggery and getting to know him more.
    Song - Make Light By Passion Pit
    Part 4 - The True Secret Of Jaggery
    Song: Break Free By Ariana Grande
    Part 5 - The Enter to Providence
    Song: Carried Away By Passion Pit
    3. Character - CD
    A is for adventurous - Charlotte is very adventurous and is always revealing secrets.
    B is beneficent - Charlotte is always trying to trust her instincts and do whats best for herself and "surroundings"
    C is for confront - Charlotte is always being confronted by problems but she is always prepared for everything.
    D is for danger - She is always putting herself in a danger zone, even when she is not 100% ready for whats coming at her.
    E is for exert - Charlotte is always pushing herself to try harder and harder.
    4. I would like to see more leadership opportunities in the classroom besides B vs. G

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    1. Scratch this:
      2. Part 1 - Charlotte runs away from home.
      Song: You've Ruined Me Now By Norah Jones

      Replace it with this:
      2. Part 1 - Charlotte runs away from home.
      Song: Long Time Gone By Billie Joe and Norah Jones

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    2. WOW!!!!!!!! GREAT SONGS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  4. 1. Charlotte Doyle
    Web Images-
    I found an image of a key that to me showed a bit a charlotte in it because she has so many secrets she “unlocked”
    Another Image I think suits Charlotte is a pen because she has so much to say.

    2. Music-
    2a. For when Charlotte is saying goodbye to the crew I think a good song would be “Feel this Moment” because it is about feeling a good moment and I feel saying goodbye to everyone is a good moment to honor your friendship
    2b. Another good song is “Rather Be” because when she is back with her family is kind of wishing she was back on the seahawk and the part of the song is ‘when i’m with you there's no place I rather be” .

    3. Character ABC
    Charlotte-
    A= Adventurous because Charlotte goes on a lots of little adventures like to the prison or on the SeaHawk
    B= Brave because she was brave to stand up to Jaggery when know one else could.
    C= Caring because she is a kind person to Zachariah and the rest of the crew.

    Uplifters and Proposals
    I like how well the Fireballs listen during Charlotte Doyle and how they are making their questions more deep.

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    1. That picture really looks like it represents Charlotte, by the words!

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  5. Charlotte Doyle
    Answer these questions.
    1. Web images -Find two or three Internet photos or magazine pictures that would have special significance to your character. Describe them to us and write an explanation of why they would be important to your character. When I searched on the Internet the fist picture that I thought was fit for Charlotte Doyle was: http://www.dailytech.com/Study+Vast+Ocean+of+Water+is+Trapped+Inside+Crystal+Sponges+in+Mantle/article36062.htm, this reminds my of Charlotte because it looks like she had a similar view based on the picture. Secondly, I thought this would fit: http://www.seagypsysphotographs.com/beach.htm because Charlotte seemed to be in the same position at the storm. Lastly, I think this Picture will fit for charlotte Doyle: https://secretgardensrevisited.wordpress.com/2012/05/28/charlotte-doyle-sails-the-high-seas-again I think this because It sows how charlotte looked like before and after, based on her clothing


    2. After reading Charlotte Doyle, figure out how you would divide up the book into sections. Then select a piece of music that you think captures the feel or tone of each section. Tell us the actual songs for each section that fits the mood for each section. Make sure they're appropriate. If I divide the book into 2 parts, I would say that the song “I know I’m not the only one” goes with the part the crew accepts her, she’s not alone. Then, I would agree with Buggie saying that “You’ve ruined me now” will mix into when charlotte escapes her home.

    3. Choose a character you liked in CD and then create sentences based on the alphabet scheme that demonstrate your knowledge of the character. For example A is for the ABUSE. B is for Brave. See how many you can do. I think these 10 will do: A for Adventurous, B for Brave, and C for Charming? D for Different (in a good way), E for energetic, F for Fabuloso, G for Grace-full, H for Heartfelt, I for Incredible, and J for joyful.

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    1. WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! YOUR RESPONSE WAS VERY DETAILED!!!!!!!! LOVED THE PICTURE!!!!!!!

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  6. I agree with FABULOSO! Nice word!

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  7. Charlotte Doyle Family Blogger Night:

    1. Web images -


    I chose these because she will be a troublemaker and her trip will be in a sub.

    2. Name a Section and a Song that will relate to the tone of that section.

    Section 1: Here we’d describe the starting of the trip, and walking down to the pier to board the ship.
    Song: Eye of the Tiger… Rising up, back on the streets.

    Section 2: Going to the Captain’s Cabin for tea.
    Song: Timber… We’re going down.

    Section 3: There’s a fight between the Captain and the Sailors.
    Song: T-N-T.... Watch me explode.

    Section 4: Captain Dies, and we arrive back in shore.
    Song: If I Die Young… Bury me in satin...lay me down in a bed of roses.

    3. Choose a character you liked in CD and then create sentences based on the alphabet scheme that demonstrate your knowledge of the character.
    A = Adventurous. She snuck around in the hole.
    B = Brave. Charlotte stood up for herself even if she knew it would put herself in danger.
    C = Courage. Charlotte never gave up.

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    1. I agree!! Charlotte did never give up!!!

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  8. 1.
    https://s3.amazonaws.com/thumbnails.illustrationsource.com/huge.99.495300.JPG
    This picture I found was a boat. It was old fashioned and probably what the Seahawk looked like. I felt like this was significant because even though she had been waiting for a long time just to go see her family, she chose to go back to her real home= the Seahwak.

    http://fc09.deviantart.net/fs70/f/2012/266/f/7/eyes_of_snow_and_fire_animation_by_retsamys-d5fml7o.gif
    This is a picture of fire and snow in someone's eyes. I fell like this explains Charlotte in many ways. She can be secretive and cold while not knowing who to trust. For example, she didn't tell Captain Jaggery about the stowaway because she wasn't sure who she could trust. Also, at the start of the book, she was very cold towards the sailors and acted like they were below her. Also, the fire represents her very well. Towards the end, she would be very defiant in the sense that not only did she whip Captain Jaggery, she also spat on his boots and left her family to go to the Seahawk again. The fire also represents determination, and she showed her determination when climbing the main mast and cutting off the sails (and her hair.)
    2.
    Section 1=
    I think Section 1 would probably start when she boarded the ship and ended after she saw Mr. Cranick in the brig. At this time, she was still a proper little lady who was afraid, didn't know who to trust, and longed for a friend.

    A song that best represents this section is "Gold" by Imagine Dragons. It is about the Midas Legend and one of the most repeated lines is "who can you trust?" It is about this guy who turned whatever he touched into gold called Midas. This song shows that she doesn't know who to trust because she is so "above the sailors."
    Section 2=
    Section 2 would probably be from spotting Mr. Cranick in the brig to when Captain Jaggery whipped Zacariah and killed Mr. Cranick. In this time, she still didn't know who to trust, but was becoming more like the sailors in the sense that she would talk with them and even went in the forecastle!!! Also, in this section, she made quick choices with little judgement, like when she told Captain Jaggery about the mutiny. Also, then she wasn't a proper girl nor a crew member= she was in between and all alone. On top of that, she actually could have chosen to be part of the crew then, but she decided to be to herself, which she later learned was a terrible mistake.



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    1. A song that best represents this section is "Love Song" by Sara Bareilles. I this song, Sara is saying that she won't dedicate herself to someone if they ask, kind of like Charlotte, who turned down the sailors clothing (or just didn't wear it.)

      Section 3=
      Section 3 is probably the between the mutiny lecture and the hurricane. During this point of time, she was brave and climbed 130 feet in the air up the main mast to become part of the crew. After, she was friends with the crew and openly defiant towards Captain Jaggery. It was basically the heaven in this book since she had some friends at last!

      A song that fits with section 3 is "Roar" by Katy Perry. She is being openly defiant, like spitting on Captain Jaggery's boot, and is not afraid to speak up. Also, she used to "bite her tongue and hold her breath" when she didn't tell captain Jaggery about Mr. Cranick, but then she decided to speak up!

      Section 4:

      Section 4 would be from the hurricane to the end of the book. During this time, she didn't know who to trust, like the first section, but her life was on the line. The song would probably be "Gold" by Imagine Dragons again.
      3.
      Angry for when Charlotte spat on the Captain's boots.

      Barrier for when she refused to talk with the sort of the sailors.

      Conceited for when she only cared about how she was the only girl on the ship.

      Determined for how brave and hardworking she was towards the end.

      Electricity for how the shock of how mean Captain Jaggery really was.

      Fighting for how she and Captain Jaggery fought.

      Giant for how tall and hard the Main Mast was to climb.

      Happiness for how she thought she would feel when reaching Providence.

      Ill-hearted for how Captain Jaggery was acting towards Charlotte.

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    2. I forgot my uplifter and proposal=
      uplifter= I feel like we are doing a better job of staying on task.

      proposal= I feel like we should have more oppurtunities to write fantasy stories.

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    3. Great description! Great story!!!!

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  9. 2. After reading Charlotte Doyle, figure out how you would divide up the book into sections. Then select a piece of music that you think captures the feel or tone of each section. Tell us the actual songs for each section that fits the mood for each section. Make sure they're appropriate.
    Beginning of the Journey: Sailing, Sailing (over the bounding main): traditional
    Mutiny, Charlotte Becomes a Sailor: Hard Times (come again no more) Stephen Foster
    Charlotte Becomes Captain: We Will Rock You, Queen


    3. Choose a character you liked in CD and then create sentences based on the alphabet scheme that demonstrate your knowledge of the character. For example A is for the ABUSE Charlotte took at the hands of a Captain Jaggery. B is for Brave in the way Charlotte handled her behavior while climbing the royal yard. See how many you can do.

    I chose Charlotte Doyle for my character. A is for an amazing adventure for a girl at that time, B is for Bravery, the way she handled all her hardship. C is caring because she cared for Zachariah, D is for her daring as she stood up to Captain Jaggery.

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