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(Paper Title) Opening Day: The Lady or the Tiger? I.Bellwork: A.Copy down the paper title at the top of your paper and place your full name, date, and block number in the upper right-hand corner. B.Copy: Noun = A word that is the name of somethinga person, place, thing or idea. C.Write all the nouns in the following sentence: Everyday Mike comes to school ready to learn, English, science, and math. D.Answer the question Which is the stronger emotionlove or jealousy? in 25 words or more Name Date Blk #
II.Important Definitions: Create your own definitions by summarizing the information on pages 10-11 A.Setting: B.Plot: C.Conflict: D.Exposition: E.Rising Action: F.Climax: G.Falling Action: H.Resolution: I.Copy this plot outline: Exposition Rising action Climax Falling Action Resolution Conflict: causes the rising action Conflict: introduced Conflict: resolved
III.Connecting: Would you trust your life to a friend? IV.Background (list 3 important facts) A.During the Middle Ages in England guilt or innocence was determined by an ordeal B.Ordeal = A trial in which an accused person is physically tested to determine guilt or innocence C.Example: The accused were thrown into water. Float = Guilt. Sink = Innocence
V.Literary Element: Conflict A.Definition: 1.The struggle between two opposing forces in a story. B.2 types of conflictinternal and external (Define them both) 1.Internal: takes place within the mind of the character 2.External: takes place outside the mind of the character 3.Give an example of each
VI.Reading Strategy: Summarizing A.Definition: 1.Stating only the main ideas of a selection in a logical sequence and in your own words.
VII.Vocabulary A.Include the word, definition, and part of speech 1.Impartial: 2.Emanate: 3.Dire: 4.Fervent: 5.Novel:
VIII. Assignment A.Read the story (12-19) B.Answer the Literary Element questions 14, 15, 17, 20, 20 C.Answer the Reading Strategy questions 16, 18, 21
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