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Huckfinn1

  1. 1. Independent WritingDaily Writing: Reliable Narrator?Mark Twain chose to have Huck Finn be the narrator of thistale, making it a first-person account. Why do you think he madethis decision? What are the benefits of this? Drawbacks? In otherwords, is Huck Finn a reliable (believable) narrator?
  2. 2. Socratic Seminar• In small groups discuss and take notes on the Google Document shared with you.
  3. 3. EPIGRAM: Ashort, witty poemexpressing asingle thought orobservation. Aconcise, clever,oftenparadoxicalstatement. http://www.americaslibrary.gov/jb/gilded/jb_gilded_subj_e.html
  4. 4. Epigrams of Mark Twain1. Review the list of epigrams, marking at least three that stand out to you.2. Choose a partner. Share your epigram selections.3. On your own or with that partner, pick one epigram. Write the epigram on the sheet of paper, then illustrate it.4. Present your poster, explaining the meaning of the epigram as well as your response to the epigram. http://www.americaslibrary.gov/jb/gilded/jb_gilded_subj_e.html
  5. 5. “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge” 580 #3 PURPOSE 3 #5 TONE (LIST WITH #4 TOOLS (LIST WITH EXAMPLES FROM EXPLANATION/EXAMPLE) TEXT) 5 4 6 1 2 #1 SPEAKER #2 INTENDED AUDIENCE #6 MESSAGE

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