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  1. 1. Lit Elements 11­6­13.notebook November 06, 2013 11/6/13 8th Grade Language Arts Assignments: Agenda: -Literary Terms/Devices Quiz (Test Grade) (TH) 1. Independent Reading -Final Draft of poemPRESENTED to the class (F) 2. Literary Terms/Devices -Vocabulary Packet (F) -Spelling Post Test (F) -Comment on 2 students' responses (F) 1
  2. 2. Literary Terms You Should be Able to Spell Lit Elements 11­6­13.notebook November 06, 2013 Protagonist Exposition Antagonist Resolution Characterization Denouement Dialect Perspective Foreshadowing Symbolism Flashback Atmosphere Omniscient 2
  3. 3. Lit Elements 11­6­13.notebook November 06, 2013 We are going to read a version of the fairy tale Red Riding Hood to help understand the parts of a plot. Let's begin! 3
  4. 4. Lit Elements 11­6­13.notebook Plot { November 06, 2013 Parts of a Plot Basic Situation/ Exposition Conflict { Internal External Series of Events/ Rising Action/ Complications Climax Resolution 4
  5. 5. Lit Elements 11­6­13.notebook November 06, 2013 Every good story has one or more conflicts. 5
  6. 6. Lit Elements 11­6­13.notebook November 06, 2013 External Conflict - a character struggles against something outside himself person vs. person person vs. several people person vs. nature back 6
  7. 7. Lit Elements 11­6­13.notebook November 06, 2013 Internal Conflict - a character struggles against something inside her/his mind back 7
  8. 8. Lit Elements 11­6­13.notebook November 06, 2013 A few things to consider! Foreshadowing Find clues in the story that will help you predict what will happen next. Flashbacks It is an interruption in the action of the plot to tell what happened at an earlier time. 8
  9. 9. Lit Elements 11­6­13.notebook November 06, 2013 Plot The plot is what happens in the story. First, this happened... Then, this happened... And then, she realized this... And in the end, this happened.... 9
  10. 10. Lit Elements 11­6­13.notebook November 06, 2013 Basic Situation/Exposition At the beginning of the story, the basic situation, or exposition, is described. PULL • You learn about the characters. • Also, you learn about the setting. What is the basic situation or exposition in Red Riding Hood? 10
  11. 11. Lit Elements 11­6­13.notebook November 06, 2013 Series of Events / Rising Action / Complications The series of events are what happens after the conflict to make the story move forward. Psst... You may have two events or five events! • what the characters are doing to try to resolve their conflict. 11
  12. 12. Lit Elements 11­6­13.notebook November 06, 2013 Climax The climax is the most emotional, suspenseful, or exciting part. ! OW G! OM W • The story takes a major turn in the plot. • The conflict is decided one way or another. 12
  13. 13. Lit Elements 11­6­13.notebook November 06, 2013 Resolution The resolution happens at the very end of the story. PULL What is the resolution of Red Riding Hood? • At the end of the story, any unanswered questions get resolved. • All loose ends are tied up. 13
  14. 14. Lit Elements 11­6­13.notebook Let's put it all together! Event 3: Wolf tries to eat Red. Event 2: Wolf races to Granny's; he scares her away and takes her place in bed. Event 1: Red turns down the wolf's offer to ride his motorcycle. November 06, 2013 Climax: Granny rides the wolf's motorcycle. catches him in the handlebars and hurls him into a thorn bush. Resolution: The wolf goes to prison; Granny does talk shows; Red lives happily ever after. Basic Situation: Conflict: CharactersRed wants to give her granny cookies, Red, Wolf, Grandma but the wolf wants to eat Red Settingin the woods, Grandma's house 14
  15. 15. Lit Elements 11­6­13.notebook November 06, 2013 Climbing the Plot Mountain Directions: Put the correct element of plot in its proper location of the Plot map. climax series of events/ complications/rising action resolution basic situation conflict 15
  16. 16. Lit Elements 11­6­13.notebook November 06, 2013 16
  17. 17. Lit Elements 11­6­13.notebook November 06, 2013 17
  18. 18. Lit Elements 11­6­13.notebook November 06, 2013 What does this symbolize?- click each box 18
  19. 19. Lit Elements 11­6­13.notebook November 06, 2013 Tonethe reflection of a writer’s mood, manner, and attitude. Words for tone: Positive Negative Neutral Informational/Nonliterary Fearful Inspiring Critical Rude Humorous Encouraging Persuasive Suspenseful Pitying Hostile Objective Admiring Sarcastic Factual Frustrated Serious Sorrowful 19