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Assignment for The Crucible where students make a Little Book to take notes and internalize literary elements.

Assignment for The Crucible where students make a Little Book to take notes and internalize literary elements.

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    • How to Make a Little Book for The Crucible 1. Take a piece of paper and fold it hotdog style. Neatness counts! Fold the paper in half again. Fold it one more time in half from top to bottom for a total of 8 boxes. 2. Unfold the paper and refold it to only one horizontal fold. 3. From the middle of the FOLDED edge, cut the paper straight down the crease until you get to the intersection of the creases. Cut the paper through to the crease. When you open the paper, it should look like a tissue box. One slit in the middle. 4. Fold the paper, slit on top, vertically. Hold the paper in both hands, one on each end of the vertical fold. Slowly push your hands together until the middle tents into a diamond shape. Keep pushing the edges together until all of the edges come together. Push the two slit sides together to make the pages. 5. Crease the paper into pages so it lines up nicely until the pages form a little book.AP Language Assignment- The Crucible DIDLS Little Book Page 1- Diction Page 2- Imagery Page 3- Details- characters Page 4- Details- setting Page 5- Details- plot Page 6- Language Page 7- Syntax Page 8- Memorable QuotesAmerican Literature- The Crucible Note-taking Little Book Page 1- Title Page 2-Characters Page 3- Setting Page 4- Plot Page 5- Symbols Page 6- Figurative language- imagery, metaphor, etc. Page 7- Author Study Page 8- Memorable Quotes