Objective: I can analyze the representation of a key scene from the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory book and film to compare how or if mood and tone change from one interpretation to another (RL7). Agenda:
Entry Task: Organize your worksheet into your notebook and answer what books do you know that have been made into movies.
Review and rewrite the definitions of diction, imagery, mood, and tone.
Practice identifying mood in passage one of Charlie and the Chocolate factory by underlining diction, imagery, and other details that help you identify your mood.
Share out appropriate mood words and what creates these from the reading.
Select your mood and explain it to your nearest neighbor to your right.
Now, practice identifying tone in passage two by underlining words or diction that help contribute to the tone.
Share out appropriate tone words what creates these from the reading.
Select an appropriate tone and explain it to your nearest neighbor to you left.
Get out your Cinematic Techniques "cheat sheet," and we will look at these two scenes from Tim Burton's film version.
While watching, jot down evidence of the types of Cinematic Techniques used.
After watching, identify the mood and tone for each of these.
Exit Task: Using the framed paragraph, explain how both mood and tone are shown in both the reading and the viewing: In the first passage of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, the mood was ____________________ because ______________________________; whereas, in the second passage, the tone was _____________________ because _______________________________. In comparison, the mood and tone were influenced by Tim Burton's style because the mood was ____________________ while the tone was ____________________ which was most strongly caused by the Cinematic Technique __________________ that ___________________________________. Overall, the passages and clips are (similar or different) because ___________________________________________________________________.