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  • 1. Do-Now
    Journal:
    Write a paragraph about a time you witnessed someone being teased. Why were they being teased? What did you do? Why?
  • 2. Vocabulary 1
    Semantic Map
    Sy
    Synonyms/antonyms
    Dictionary definition
    Word
    Graphic representation
    Other forms
    Sentence
  • 3. Elements of A Story
    Plot – The sequence of events in a narrative
    Setting – the time and place of the action of a story
    Characters – People (or animals) who take part in the action of a story
    Protagonist – the central character in a narrative
    Antagonist – the main character (or force) opposing the protagonist
    Theme – The main idea in a work of literature.
  • 4. Elements of a story
    Rocky III
    Setting – Philadelphia PA; Los Angeles, CA; New York, NY; 1982
    Characters:
    Protagonist – Rocky Balboa
    Antagonist – Clubber Lang
    Plot :
    • Rocky wins title
    • 5. R fights loses title to C.L.
    • 6. R regains title from C.L.
    Theme(s)
    • Sometimes your enemy may be your best friend
    • 7. Don’t be afraid to lose what you have
    • 8. Pride goes before a fall
  • Elements of plot
    • Exposition – the introductory information that gives the background of the story
    • 9. Introduces characters and setting
    • 10. Supplies background
    • 11. Sets tone
    Rising action
    Introduces complications
    Builds suspense
    Is when plot “thickens”
  • 12. Elements of plot
    Climax
    Turning point of story
    The moment when suspense reaches its peak
    Results in change for main character
    Sometimes occurs at end of story, without being followed by falling action
    Falling action
    Occurs after climax
    Resolves conflict
    Tiebsup loose ends
  • 13. Q-A-R Strategy
    Question Types:
    In the book
    Right there: The answer is clearly stated in the text
    Think and search: The answer is in the text, but the reader has to look for it and synthesize several pieces of information
  • 14. Q-A-R Strategy
    Question Types
    In My Head
    Author and me: The answer is inferred in the text, but the reader must use a combination of information in the text and his or her own knowledge
    On My Own: The answer can be found by synthesizing information that the reader already possesses