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Im sick! Take a few minutes to write about a time when you were really sick.Take a few minutes to write about a time when you were really sick. What were.

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1 Im sick! Take a few minutes to write about a time when you were really sick.Take a few minutes to write about a time when you were really sick. What were the circumstances?What were the circumstances? How did you feel? (Be specific.)How did you feel? (Be specific.) Who helped you?Who helped you? Did anyone doubt that you were sick? Why or why not?Did anyone doubt that you were sick? Why or why not? Hook; Writing to Learn

2 Agree or Disagree 1.People who are sick often fake their illness. 2.The end justifies the means. 3.Being in love gives people the license to do whatever they want to be together. 4.People hear what they want to hear.

3 Le Malade imaginaire une pièce de Molière (Français II, Chapitre 7)

4 What do you think the title means? The Imaginary Hypochondriac The Imaginary Hypochondriac hypochondria = extreme depression of mind or spirits often centered on imaginary physical ailments hypochondria = extreme depression of mind or spirits often centered on imaginary physical ailments

5 Jean-Baptiste Poquelin (Molière) auteur comique français, est né à Paris en 1622.auteur comique français, est né à Paris en A lâge de 21 ans, il décide de se consacrer (to dedicate himself) au théâtre.A lâge de 21 ans, il décide de se consacrer (to dedicate himself) au théâtre. Molière a créé de nombreuses comédies.Molière a créé de nombreuses comédies.

6 Jean-Baptiste Poquelin (Molière) Pour divertir (entertain) la Cour de Louis XIV et le public parisien, il utilise des effets comiques et il invente des personnages qui sont universels et éternels.Pour divertir (entertain) la Cour de Louis XIV et le public parisien, il utilise des effets comiques et il invente des personnages qui sont universels et éternels. Molière meurt pendant un représentation du Malade imaginaire, rôle quil interprète sur scène (was performing on-stage).Molière meurt pendant un représentation du Malade imaginaire, rôle quil interprète sur scène (was performing on-stage).

7 Jean-Baptiste Poquelin (Molière) Quand il est mort, il avait 51 ans.Quand il est mort, il avait 51 ans.

8 Personnages (Characters) Toinette Toinette Argan Argan Beralde Beralde Angélique Angélique Cléante Cléante maid; pretends to be Thomas Diafoirus (future doctor / son- in-law of Argan) maid; pretends to be Thomas Diafoirus (future doctor / son- in-law of Argan) hypochondriac who wants his daughter to marry Thomas hypochondriac who wants his daughter to marry Thomas Argans brother Argans brother Argans daughter who wants to marry Cléante Argans daughter who wants to marry Cléante wants to marry Angélique, but he is not a doctor wants to marry Angélique, but he is not a doctor

9 Vocabulaire cela est admirable cela est admirable une déflexion une déflexion une fièvre une fièvre la fièvre pourprée la fièvre pourprée un sang subtil un sang subtil lhydropisie (f.) lhydropisie (f.) la peste la peste une fiévrotte une fiévrotte that is surprising that is surprising swelling; inflamation swelling; inflamation fever fever eruptive (scarlet) fever eruptive (scarlet) fever diluted blood diluted blood edema / dropsy edema / dropsy plague plague light fever light fever

10 Make notes for p. 56

11 Make notes for p. 57

12 Draw Draw a picture of what you think Toinette looks like in her disguise.Draw a picture of what you think Toinette looks like in her disguise.

13 Turn to a partner With a partner, make a list of at least five ailments on top of p. 58 that Dr. Toinette feels are beneath her.With a partner, make a list of at least five ailments on top of p. 58 that Dr. Toinette feels are beneath her. Mastery

14 Make notes for p. 58

15 Make notes for p. 59

16 Make notes for p. 60

17 How do you feel? Do you feel sorry for Argan?Do you feel sorry for Argan? Why or why not?Why or why not? Interpersonal

18 Why? Why does Dr. Toinette give Argan the advice about his diet that she does?Why does Dr. Toinette give Argan the advice about his diet that she does? Understanding

19 Make notes for p. 61

20 Imagine What do you imagine Argan is thinking at the end of this scene?What do you imagine Argan is thinking at the end of this scene? Self-Expressive

21 Prove it! With your partner, write down the proof and the page # to support whether or not you agree or disagree with the following: 1.People who are sick often fake their illness. 2.The end justifies the means. 3.Being in love gives people the license to do whatever they want to be together. 4.People hear what they want to hear.

22 Do you hear what I hear? Using only your notes, take turns with your partner retelling the story.Using only your notes, take turns with your partner retelling the story. Partner #1: retells p. 56Partner #1: retells p. 56 Partner #2: retells p. 57Partner #2: retells p. 57 Partner #1: retells p. 58Partner #1: retells p. 58 etc.etc.

23 Now its your turn. For homework tonight, using the notes youve made, complete the following assignment:For homework tonight, using the notes youve made, complete the following assignment: Synthesizing Activity

24 Now its your turn. A troupe (a group of theatrical performers) from France has decided to come to West High to present Le Malade imaginaire, but people in the community are not sure about that French play stuff.A troupe (a group of theatrical performers) from France has decided to come to West High to present Le Malade imaginaire, but people in the community are not sure about that French play stuff. Synthesizing Activity

25 Now its your turn. Write a letter to the editor of The Citizen Tribune defending why Molières characters in this play are universal and eternal.Write a letter to the editor of The Citizen Tribune defending why Molières characters in this play are universal and eternal. Synthesizing Activity


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