Presentation on theme: "PARTS OF A STORY EXIT TICKET What is the difference between rising action and falling action? How do you know when youve reached the climax? Does the main."— Presentation transcript:
PARTS OF A STORY EXIT TICKET What is the difference between rising action and falling action? How do you know when youve reached the climax? Does the main character always get what they want in the resolution?
EPIC TALE/QUEST EXIT TICKET What is an epic tale? What are two elements of an epic tale?
PLOT EXIT TICKET Describe how the setting influences the plot. How does the development of the characters advance the plot? Have students answer these questions on a note card. This is their exit ticket to get out of class.
POV EXIT TICKET What is the difference between omniscient and limited? How does a reader get to know their character in first person POV opposed to third person omniscient? Explain the difference between first person POV and third person limited.
THEME EXIT TICKET What is a theme? How is it possible for an author to include more than one theme? How do the characters show the theme throughout a story?
THEME V. MESSAGE EXIT TICKET What is authors purpose? What is theme? How are they different in regards to the authors approach to both?
SUMMARY EXIT TICKET What three parts do you need in a summary? How long should a summary be? Are summaries used in fiction, nonfiction, or both?
CONNECTIONS EXIT TICKET How can we make connections between texts? How do connections deepen our comprehension in a text? How can you use connections in the real world?
READING V. WRITING EXIT TICKET How are reading and writing connected? How does being a reader make us a better writer? How does being a writer make us a better reader?
Autobiography v. Fictional Adaptation Exit Ticket What is an autobiography? What is a fictional adaptation? What are three differences between the two?