In pairs,          – one of you is going to tell the story of Red            Riding Hood from her perspective          – o...
We have been learning                  about how to study                narrative ready for our               novel “Of M...
Today:       Understand and evaluate Steinbeck’s              use of point of view  Work out what     Give evidence     Un...
Point of View    The story is told from the point of view    of a third-person omniscient narrator,    who can access the ...
Reading    We’re going to read one of the most    dramatic scenes in the novella.    As we listen, write down any words wh...
Points of view     • Find a quote to show that the story is       shown in the third-person omniscient    • Write an expla...
Points of viewActivity
Points of View   Using the report conventions, write a file    about the incident that occurred:   1. Number 1 is going to...
Report on the barn incident involving                 Curley and Lennie   Using the report conventions, write a file    ab...
Point of view    • What point of view is used? Show me      evidence    • What affect does this have on the      reader?  ...
Today:         Understand and evaluate Steinbeck’s                use of point of view  Work out what    Give evidence    ...
Easy PEESY!• Include a point (for example ‘Candy’s    dog may represent all the workers who    get too old to work on the ...
On your PEE paragraph…    Label the different parts with the    number – this will help me to judge    where you are up to...
Quotation bank!• What quotations can you add to your  quotation bank?  – These can be useful ones in terms of    talking a...
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  • Pg.69 (The door opened) – end of chapterDisc 2 Track 5 (Start)
  • Pg.69 (The door opened)Disc 2 Track 5 (Start)
  • The limited omniscient third person narrator almost seems to mirror the characters of the play; in this hard-hitting, straight-shooting story, it simply wouldn’t be fitting to have a narrator gushing about how everyone feels all the time. The characters of the novella tend to speak volumes with their silences (like when Candy can’t defend his dog, or Crooks can’t defend his status against Curley’s wife, or Lennie clams up around Curley). The ranch isn’t full of guys who like to wax philosophic. Without personal commentary or a narrator’s insight, the characters’ actions and speech alone do the most honest job of getting at who they really are.
  • Where are they? Evidence for them being there and write down how.
  • Lesson 11 omam

    1. 1. In pairs, – one of you is going to tell the story of Red Riding Hood from her perspective – one of you is going to tell the story from the Wolf’s perspectiveConnect
    2. 2. We have been learning about how to study narrative ready for our novel “Of Mice and Men” You will be examined on this text at the end of year 10 and have to do some controlled assessment before ChristmasBig Picture
    3. 3. Today: Understand and evaluate Steinbeck’s use of point of view Work out what Give evidence Understand Evaluate why point of view of this from what affect Steinbeck uses Steinbeck uses the text Steinbeck’s use this particular of point of point of view view has onLearning Outcomes the reader
    4. 4. Point of View The story is told from the point of view of a third-person omniscient narrator, who can access the point of view of any character as required by the narrative.New Information
    5. 5. Reading We’re going to read one of the most dramatic scenes in the novella. As we listen, write down any words which demonstrate that it’s third-person omniscient narratorNew Information
    6. 6. Points of view • Find a quote to show that the story is shown in the third-person omniscient • Write an explanation below to say why this shows it is third-person omniscientActivity
    7. 7. Points of viewActivity
    8. 8. Points of View Using the report conventions, write a file about the incident that occurred: 1. Number 1 is going to do it from Curley’s point of view 2. Number 2 is going to do it from Lennie’s point of view 3. Number 3 is going to do it from the third-person omniscient point of viewDemonstrate
    9. 9. Report on the barn incident involving Curley and Lennie Using the report conventions, write a file about the incident that occurredDemonstrate
    10. 10. Point of view • What point of view is used? Show me evidence • What affect does this have on the reader? • Why has Steinbeck chosen this point of view?Review
    11. 11. Today: Understand and evaluate Steinbeck’s use of point of view Work out what Give evidence Understand Evaluate why point of view of this from what affect Steinbeck uses Steinbeck uses the text Steinbeck’s use this particular of point of point of view view has onReview the reader
    12. 12. Easy PEESY!• Include a point (for example ‘Candy’s dog may represent all the workers who get too old to work on the ranch’)• Include a relevant quotation• Explain the quotation• Squeeze the quotation• Explain why Steinbeck has done this (writer’s intention)• Talk about the effect on the reader
    13. 13. On your PEE paragraph… Label the different parts with the number – this will help me to judge where you are up to and which bits you don’t understand!Review
    14. 14. Quotation bank!• What quotations can you add to your quotation bank? – These can be useful ones in terms of talking about: • Character • Setting • Themes • Steinbeck’s techniques

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