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Students in groups or individually, will research inventions developed in the s and s and present the findings informally to the class.
Why Dandelion Wine?
Some to explore, refrigerator, telegraph, telephone, phonograph, trolley, washing machine, neon lighting, television, sliced bread and others. Discuss why each of these inventions seemed special at the time, but are now considered primitive or basic. View primary source photographs to initiate discussion about how these have changed over the years, and how often we use them without considering their origins.
Look at the Chicago, Illinois. Telegraph switch board of the Pennsylvania railroad in the Pennsyliania telegraph room at the Union State.
Save this information to make comparisons in step five. As a group, determine what would be an important topic to send a telegram about today? Is there a better way to convey this information today?
Follow this with students writing their own telegrams taking all the details costs, etc. Draw the connection to today's similar media: text messages, Twitter, and Facebook.
Discuss length characters , purpose for writing, problems in communicating, errors and mistakes, costs, how long they take etc. View some significant twitter updates primary sources from LOC including Obama's post-election tweet , first ever tweet by Twitter founder Jack Dorsey , and others that are more mundane.
Discuss purpose, etc. As we get into sections of the book dealing with technology and change, students will write updates involving these and various characters. Students will post these on a bulletin board or a virtual bulletin board Smartboard.
He tasted rusty warm blood, grabbed Tom hard, held him tight, and so in silence they lay, hearts churning, nostrils hissing. And at last, slowly afraid he would find nothing, Douglas opened one eye.
And everything, absolutely everything, was there. The world, like a great iris of an even more gigantic eye, which has also just opened and stretched out to encompass everything, stared back at him.
And he knew what it was that had leaped upon him to stay and would not run away now. His fingers trembled, bright with blood, like the bits of a strange flag now found and before unseen, and him wondering what country and what allegiance he owed to it.
Holding Tom, but not knowing him there, he touched his free hand to that blood as if it could be peeled away, held up, turned over.
Then he let go of Tom and lay on his back with his hand up in the sky and he was a head from which his eyes peered like sentinels through the portcullis of a strange castle out along a bridge, his arm, to those fingers where the bright pennant of blood quivered in the light. His voice was at the bottom of a green moss well somewhere underwater, secret, removed.
The grass whispered under his body. He put his arm down, feeling the sheath of fuzz on it, and, far away, below, his toes creaking in his shoes. The wind sighed over his shelled ears.
The world slipped bright over the glassy round of his eyeballs like images sparked in a crystal sphere. Flowers were sun and fiery spots of sky strews through the woodland.In the expository chapter, it is revealed in the conversation between Doug, Tom, and Charlie that Lavinia killed the Lonely One by stabbing him with a pair of sewing scissors.
He wants Mr. The making of dandelion wine thus reflects the pattern of Douglas' summer; events and things that would be seen as mundane by grown-ups gain magic and appreciation through his unbound imagination and thirst for adventure.
Tom, however, fails to share in his brooding, only suggesting that he write his thoughts down in his tablet before resuming his play. Insects shocked the air with electric clearness.