“Three Skeleton Key” byGeorge G. Toudouze<br />
My most terrifying experience?<br />Write a descriptive journal entry…..<br />
Notes as you read:<br />Characters<br />a.  Narrator- not superstitious; practical<br />b. Le Gleo – superstitious<br />	c...
Allusion<br />Definition – a reference to a statement,person,<br />        place, or event taken from literature, science,...
Irony<br />       a.  Definition – in general, a contrast between what is <br />		expected to happen and what actually hap...
The Ending<br />       a.  Le Gleo – goes crazy and has to go to an asylum<br />b.  Itchoua – dies from the infection of t...
I Know Poem<br />Create a poem using the following model.  Write in the images that<br />struck you most powerfully.<br />...
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  1. 1. “Three Skeleton Key” byGeorge G. Toudouze<br />
  2. 2. My most terrifying experience?<br />Write a descriptive journal entry…..<br />
  3. 3. Notes as you read:<br />Characters<br />a. Narrator- not superstitious; practical<br />b. Le Gleo – superstitious<br /> c. Itchoua – the chief; practical<br />Foreshadowing<br /> a. Definition – the use of clues to suggest future events<br /> in a story<br />b. Examples –<br /> 1. sharks swimming around the lighthouse<br /> 2. the name of 3 Skeleton Key and the fact that<br /> there are 3 lighthouse keepers<br />
  4. 4. Allusion<br />Definition – a reference to a statement,person,<br /> place, or event taken from literature, science,<br />politics, religion, sports, or mythology<br />Example – The Flying Dutchman –a legend. Le Gleo<br /> mentions it and we as readers know that he is<br /> superstitious (as well as a little crazy!).<br />The Rats<br /> a. Land Rats – not even a foot long, run away at the <br /> sound of anything, scared, wretched creatures<br /> b. Sea Rats – smart, vicious, run in hordes <br /> (clannish), fierce, bold, large, sea-wise, foretell<br /> weather……as our narrator explains, DUTCH sea<br /> rats are the worst!<br />
  5. 5. Irony<br /> a. Definition – in general, a contrast between what is <br /> expected to happen and what actually happens.<br /> b. Example – they expect the sharks to be enemies and <br /> eat the humans, but actually they end up eating the <br /> rats and helping the humans.<br />Personification<br /> a. Definition – giving human qualities and character-<br />istics to nonhuman things<br /> b. Example – the rats communicating through shrill cries,<br /> ridiculing and getting mad at each other for not <br />reaching the boat, working together to attack the<br />humans.<br />
  6. 6. The Ending<br /> a. Le Gleo – goes crazy and has to go to an asylum<br />b. Itchoua – dies from the infection of the rat bites<br />c. Narrator – lives and continues to work at 3 Skeleton Key<br />
  7. 7. I Know Poem<br />Create a poem using the following model. Write in the images that<br />struck you most powerfully.<br />I know Three Skeleton Key<br /> (write four sounds that you heard described)<br />I know Three Skeleton Key<br /> (write four visual images that were described)<br />I know Three Skeleton Key<br /> (write four odors that were described)<br />I know Three Skeleton Key<br /> (write three lines of dialogue that were spoken)<br />
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