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Week 1 day 5


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Week 1 day 5

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