Using adjective/adjective/noun combinations, students list ten very specific details they see in the painting, and then share their list with a partner. Any details that they have in common are marked with a checkmark (so that less obvious details stand out to them for later).
Students write three things they think about how the imagery of the painting re-creates a certain mood in Edgar Allan Poe’s “The Cask of Amontillado.”
Students write three things they wonder about the painting represents some aspect of the short story.
Students each get one Post-It Note. One color for each: See, Think, or Wonder. Students then share Post-It Notes.
Students will write a three chunk paragraph about how the imagery in the painting helps to re-create a specific mood in the short story “The Cask of Amontillado” by Edgar Allan Poe. Along with mentioning details from both paintings in their paragraphs, they must also cite correlating text from the short story as support for their claim.