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7th Grade Language Arts
Agenda:
1. Independent Reading (15 Mi...
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Let's begin!
We are going to read a version of the fairy tale
Red Riding Hood...
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*Here is a new version to a tale you all know well.
“Hi there, Red,” said a w...
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{
Parts of a Plot
Plot
Basic Situation/
Exposition
Conflict
Series of Events/...
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A few things to consider!
Find clues in the story that will help
you predict ...
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Plot
The plot is what happens in the story.
First, this happened...
Then, thi...
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PULL
Basic Situation/Exposition
At the beginning of the story, the
basic situ...
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Conflict or Problem
As the story moves forward, a conflict,
or problem, in th...
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Internal conflict is a struggle between a character 
and his inner self over ...
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Conflict between 
two persons and 
their opinions
 man vs. man 
man vs. soci...
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 Internal conflict
The most important kind of conflict we read about in 
our...
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Series of Events /
Rising Action / Complications
• what the characters are d...
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Climax
The climax is the most emotional,
suspenseful, or exciting part.
•The...
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•At the end of the story, any unanswered
questions get resolved.
•All loose ...
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Let's put it all together!
Basic Situation:
Characters-
Red, Wolf, Grandma
S...
Attachments
Ideas and Content.pps
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Literary elements 8 20-13

  1. 1. 7th grade 8­20­13.notebook 1 August 20, 2013 August 20, 2012 7th Grade Language Arts Agenda: 1. Independent Reading (15 Minutes) 2. Literary Elements (20 minutes) 3. Book in A...Work time (25 Minutes) Assignments: -Bring in a container (W) -Spelling Post Test (F) --Book in A... (W 8/28)
  2. 2. 7th grade 8­20­13.notebook 2 August 20, 2013 Let's begin! We are going to read a version of the fairy tale Red Riding Hood to help understand the parts of a plot.
  3. 3. 7th grade 8­20­13.notebook 3 August 20, 2013 *Here is a new version to a tale you all know well. “Hi there, Red,” said a wolf to a little girl in a red velvet hood. “How’d ya like a ride on my motorcycle?” “Thank you, sir, but I can’t,” replied Little Red Riding Hood. “As you can see, I’m carrying this basket of ginger cookies to my grandmother, and I can’t be late.” “Tell you what, Red. You just hop on the back, and I’ll run you over to Granny’s in five seconds flat.” “My grandmother lives way out at the end of Lonely Road,” Red protested. “It’s miles and miles.” “This here motorcycle eats miles.” “No thank you,” said Little Red Riding Hood. “I’ve made up my mind.” “Suit yourself,” chuckled the wolf, who had thought of a wicked plan. He would go alone to the end of Lonely Road, gobble up Red’s grandma, and then, when the little girl turned up, he would g So, arriving at the last house on Lonely Road, the wolf raced his engine, scaring Grandma out her back door and under the woodshed. The wolf was puzzled to find the house empty, but he pu It was nearly dark when Red arrived, but as she approached her grandma’s bed, she sensed something was wrong. “Are you all right, Granny?” Red asked. “Your eyes look blood shot.” “All the better to see you with,” replied the wolf. “And your teeth—suddenly they look like fangs.” “All the better to eat—“ the wolf began, but he stopped at the sound of his motorcycle engine thundering in the front yard. “Wait right there, Red,” said the wolf, bounding from the bed. The wolf was startled to find Grandma sitting on the motorcycle. “Hey!” he shouted. “Stop fooling with my bike.” As he lunged for her, Grandma found the gearshift, and the cycle leapt forward, scooping the wolf up on its handlebars and hurling him into a The wolf was brought to trial and sent to prison. Granny became a popular guest on talk shows. Red lived happily ever after.
  4. 4. 7th grade 8­20­13.notebook 4 August 20, 2013 { Parts of a Plot Plot Basic Situation/ Exposition Conflict Series of Events/ Rising Action/ Complications Resolution Climax { Internal External
  5. 5. 7th grade 8­20­13.notebook 5 August 20, 2013 A few things to consider! Find clues in the story that will help you predict what will happen next. Foreshadowing Flashbacks It is an interruption in the action of the plot to tell what happened at an earlier time.
  6. 6. 7th grade 8­20­13.notebook 6 August 20, 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....
  7. 7. 7th grade 8­20­13.notebook 7 August 20, 2013 PULL Basic Situation/Exposition At the beginning of the story, the basic situation, or exposition, is described. •You learn about the characters. •Also, you learn about the setting.
  8. 8. 7th grade 8­20­13.notebook 8 August 20, 2013 Conflict or Problem As the story moves forward, a conflict, or problem, in the story usually happens. There are two types of conflicts. It is a struggle a character faces in the story.
  9. 9. 7th grade 8­20­13.notebook 9 August 20, 2013 Internal conflict is a struggle between a character  and his inner self over a specific problem.    The  character often has trouble making a decision.   External conflict involves a  struggle  between a character and a force outside of  himself.  Kinds of external conflicts man vs. society man vs. man man vs. nature Two major kinds of conflict man vs. self
  10. 10. 7th grade 8­20­13.notebook 10 August 20, 2013 Conflict between  two persons and  their opinions  man vs. man  man vs. society  man vs. nature Conflict between man and some element of nature Three kinds of external conflict Conflict between man and society 
  11. 11. 7th grade 8­20­13.notebook 11 August 20, 2013  Internal conflict The most important kind of conflict we read about in  our stories is man vs. self. The person stuggles with  an inner problem. man vs. self
  12. 12. 7th grade 8­20­13.notebook 12 August 20, 2013 Series of Events / Rising Action / Complications • what the characters are doing to try to resolve their conflict. 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!
  13. 13. 7th grade 8­20­13.notebook 13 August 20, 2013 Climax The climax is the most emotional, suspenseful, or exciting part. •The story takes a major turn in the plot. •The conflict is decided one way or another. OMG! W OW !
  14. 14. 7th grade 8­20­13.notebook 14 August 20, 2013 •At the end of the story, any unanswered questions get resolved. •All loose ends are tied up. Resolution The resolution happens at the very end of the story. What is the resolution of Red Riding Hood? PULL
  15. 15. 7th grade 8­20­13.notebook 15 August 20, 2013 Let's put it all together! Basic Situation: Characters- Red, Wolf, Grandma Setting- in the woods, Grandma's house Conflict: Red wants to give her granny cookies, but the wolf wants to eat Red Event 1: Red turns down the wolf's offer to ride his motorcycle. Event 2: Wolf races to Granny's; he scares her away and takes her place in bed. Event 3: Wolf tries to eat Red. 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.
  16. 16. Attachments Ideas and Content.pps

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