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Title: Motivation


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Bell Ringer
  • Describe the following characters using your own
    words and COMPLETE sentences. Think back to the
    traits in your character chart.
  • Elizabeth Proctor
  • John Proctor
  • Reverend Parris
  • Abigail Williams

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Motivation
  • RL 1 Cite strong and thorough textual evidence
    to support analysis of what the text says
    explicitly as well as inferences drawn from the
    text, including determining where the text leaves
    matters uncertain.
  • RL 3 Analyze the impact of the authors choices
    regarding how to develop and relate elements of a
    story or drama (e.g., where a story is set, how
    the action is ordered, how the characters are
    introduced and developed.)
  • Objective
  • 1. Define and identify character motivation in
    The Crucible.
  • 2. Defend your claims during a discussion using
    textual evidence.

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Literature Common Core Date Taught Date Tested
The Crucible RL 1 and RL 3 09/20/2012 TBA

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Motivation
  • Based on the following pictures, write down your
    own definition of motivation.
  • Jot down your answer under your bell work.

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What is motivation?
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What is motivation?
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What is motivation?
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What is motivation?
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And the survey says!
  • Motivation is defined as the process that
    initiates, guides and maintains goal-oriented
    behaviors. Motivation is what causes us to act,
    whether it is getting a glass of water to reduce
    thirst or reading a book to gain knowledge.

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What does it do for a work of literature?
  • It helps determine what the character does, says,
    and feels or fails to feel.

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Extrinsic and Intrinsic Motivations
  • Extrinsic motivations are those that arise from
    outside of the individual and often involve
    rewards such as trophies, money, social
    recognition or praise.
  • Intrinsic motivations are those that arise from
    within the individual, such as doing a
    complicated cross-word puzzle purely for the
    personal gratification of solving a problem.

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Five main categories of motivation
  • Psychological Motivation

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Five main categories of motivation
  • Sexual/ Romantic Motivation

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Five main categories of motivation
  • Financial

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Five Main Categories of Motivation
  • Theological
  • Do you really expect to get in with a resume
    like this?

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Five Main Categories of Motivation
  • Political Motivation also known as the Power
    Motivation

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And Just For Fun! What is this girl motivated
by? What category would this fit in?
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  • Hand out Motivation Charts

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Lets Get Motivated!
  • Turn to Act II in your book! Pg. 164-178
  • Ill model finding character motivation for
    Reverend Parris.
  • Youll identify the motivation for John Proctor,
    Reverend Hale, Abigail Williams, Mary Warren, and
    Elizabeth Proctor in your Baseball groups.

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Reverend Parris
  • Who is he?
  • The reverend of Salem. Abigails uncle and Betty
    Parris father. Hes connected to the girls
    accused of witchcraft by blood.
  • What are his actions in Act I?
  • He worries about Betty. He accuses Abigail of
    witch craft and worries about what will happen to
    his job if witch craft is accused on his house.
    He calls Reverend Hale from another city. He
    argues about his payment with other Salemites.
  • What is the motivation behind his actions?
  • Political and Financial Parris wants to be
    respected and adored by the members of his
    parish, so he doesnt want his name to be soiled.
    He is also worried about the amount of money that
    he gets paid and actively tries to get more
    money.

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Reverend Parris
  • Example Political/Power
  • Page number Pg. 144
  • Quote Abigail, I have fought here three long
    years to bend these stiff-necked people to me,
    and now, just when some good respect is rising
    for me in the parish, you compromise my very
    character. I have given you a home, child, I have
    put clothes upon your back-now give me upright
    answer. Your name in the town-it is entirely
    white, is it not?

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Reverend Parris
  • Example Financial
  • Page Number 152
  • Quote Mr. Corey, you will look far for a man of
    my kind at sixty pound a year! I am not used to
    this poverty I left a thrifty business in the
    Barbados to serve the Lord. I do not fathom it,
    why am I persecuted here? I cannot offer on
    proposition but there be a howling riot of
    argument. I have often wondered if the Devil be
    in it somewhere I cannot understand you people
    otherwise.

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Individual Work 15 minutes
  • You will work on the worksheet based on your
    baseball groups.
  • Home Base John Proctor
  • First Base John Hale
  • Second Base Elizabeth Proctor
  • Third Base Abigail Williams
  • Short Stop Mary Warren
  • You will find your character motivation
    separately from the group, and then teach your
    group what you learned when time is up.

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Group Work 15 minutes
  • In your groups, go around the baseball diamond
    and share your findings.
  • Discuss.
  • MAKE SURE YOU WRITE DOWN WHAT YOUR TEAMMATES
    TEACH YOU.

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Class Discussion 20 minutes
  • Remember our Academic/Accountable Talk
    requirements. RESPECT!
  • You will be graded on your participation in this
    discussion.
  • I want the specifically assigned bases to discuss
    their findings first, then Ill open it up to
    whole class discussion.

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  • Home Base John Proctor

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  • First Base John Hale

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  • Second Base Elizabeth Proctor

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  • Third Base Abigail Williams

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  • Short Stop Mary Warren

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Wrap it up
  • What is character motivation?
  • What are the 5 main motivations for characters?
  • What does motivation do for the plot of the
    story?
  • What is Abigail Williams motivation
  • John Proctors?
  • Reverend Parris?
  • Thomas Putnams?

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Exit Card
  • Answer the following question on the note card I
    provide you. Ill gather them at the door.
  • I care why? What is something that youre
    motivated by? Which specific motivation do you
    most relate to?

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Extra Credit Challenge
  • Create a motivational meme based on The Crucible
    and the specific motivations we learned about
    today. Example
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