Presentation on theme: "DO NOW: Jack and his mother live in comfort, thanks to the golden eggs. Jacks mother sends him to town to trade their cow for food. Jack climbs the beanstalk."— Presentation transcript:
DO NOW: Jack and his mother live in comfort, thanks to the golden eggs. Jacks mother sends him to town to trade their cow for food. Jack climbs the beanstalk and discovers a giants lair above the clouds. Jack and his widowed mother live in poverty. Jack chops down the beanstalk causing the giant to fall to his death. Jack trades the cow for magic beans. Jack steals the giants goose, which lays golden eggs, and flees. Jack plants the beans and an enormous beanstalk grows. Journal 13 Draw the elements of plot diagram. Place the following major story events in their appropriate spot on the plot diagram.
Sustained Silent Reading Grab your book Read for 15 minutes Write a response letter to one of the characters in the novel. Your letter should discuss what is taking place in the text and what you think the character should or should not have done.
Exposition Rising Action Climax Falling Action Resolution Elements of Plot
Why did M. Loisel expect his wife to be pleased to receive the invitation from the Minister of Education? Describe Mme Loisel's reaction on reading the invitation. Why had M. Loisel been saving 400 Francs? Why was Mme Loisel anxious to hurry away from the ball? What efforts were made to find Mme Forestier's necklace? What was Mme Forestier's reaction when the necklace was returned?
What is the conflict in this story? How does the writer present the problem between the protagonist and antagonist? What do you learn in the exposition or introduction of the story? What events are included in the rising action of the story? What is the climax of the story? What events are included in the falling action of the story? How is the conflict resolved? How does the writer use suspense in developing the plot of this story? Readers Guide to Understanding Plot Development