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Short story fm2

  1. 1. One is one and allaloneBy Nicholas Fisk
  2. 2. One is one and all aloneSynopsis
  3. 3. One is one and all aloneElements 2. SETTING - Social setting a. time - 2045 - b. period – era of space exploration and advancement
  4. 4. One is one and all alone CHARACTERS: 1. Trish2. Clo 4.VoicePrinter3. Trish’s Dad
  5. 5. One is one and all alone2. PHYSICAL SETTING:SPACESHIP
  6. 6. One is one and all alone THEMES 1. Clonning 2.Friendship and companionship.3. Loneliness 4. Science and Technology
  7. 7. One is one and all alone VALUES1. Family bonding 2. Look before you leap3. Be thankful for what we have
  8. 8. One is one and all alone VALUES 4. Two wrongs do not make a right5. Aware of our weaknesses and shortcomings
  9. 9. One is one and all aloneACTIVITY 1: PLOTThe plot in this story depicts somevery interesting sequence ofevents.Rearrange the sequence of events.
  10. 10. One is one and all aloneACTIVITY 2: TrionMatch the followingdescriptions.
  11. 11. One is one and all aloneACTIVITY 2: Figuratively speakingUnscramble the following words andmatch the given statements to thecorrect literary device.
  12. 12. One is one and all aloneieimls “Me, a picker! I never pick at my fingers”iwtst idngen “There are a thousand things on his mind.”(pg 41) “It’s like being swamped, invaded, taken over.” (pg 52)
  13. 13. One is one and all alonedrow nilooccato “… bright as a button” (pg 54)leinolatrtai “Yum-yum!” (pg 55) “The hatch went whoosh! (pg 56)
  14. 14. One is one and all alonestcnoatr “I must remember from now on – my name.” (pg 56)ryino “Finished and forgotten” (pg 54) “Finally free” (pg 54)tiepnoitre “Saw 2 Trishes instead of one!” (pg 47) “We stared at each other, eyes and mouths wide open” (pg 48)
  15. 15. One is one and all alone

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