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3 min.+ JOURNAL: What would you do if you won the lottery? You need to write for the full three minutes.
+ “The Lottery” by Shirley Jackson OUR PREDICTIONS!
+ 3 min. SETTING Setting is the physical location and time in which a story takes place. To identify setting, we must note the details the author provides concerning: the story’s location The time in which the action takes place The social environment of the characters, including the manners, customs, and moral values that govern their society
+ MOOD While we often associate setting with the “where” and “when,” there is also an emotional effect of setting because the setting can create a mood or an atmosphere. A story’s mood is the feeling that a text conveys to its readers.
+ MOOD Once I have identified the story’s setting, I can identify the mood by asking myself: What things, thoughts, or feelings do I typically associate these details with? Given this, what mood is the author trying to create?
+ PREDICTIONS To use setting and mood to make predictions, I should ask myself: What is the (setting), and the (mood) it conjures, (leading me to think might happen)? What do I need to be aware of as I continue reading?
+ HOMEWORK: Read 30 minutes in independent novel. In the Reading Reflections section of your binder, record the page numbers you read and write at least one paragraph answering this question: Write five sentences about the setting in your book, the feelings it gives you, and the mood you think the author is trying to create. You must write at least five sentences to get credit. DO NOT JUST SUMMARIZE! PREPARE YOUR BINDER FOR TOMORROW’S BINDER QUIZ!! I will be here at lunch and after school until at least 5pm if you need help setting it up!