Presentation on theme: "Brian’s Bike The story will begin when everyone is quiet. No books on your desk. Pencils down. Eyes and ears on Mr. Grant. Do not start any worksheets."— Presentation transcript:
Brian’s Bike The story will begin when everyone is quiet. No books on your desk. Pencils down. Eyes and ears on Mr. Grant. Do not start any worksheets until instructed to.
Brian really wanted a new bike.
Brian wants a bike that can pop wheelies.
Brian has $33.67 but needs a total of $ to buy the bicycle.
Brian’s birthday is 5 months away.
He’s too young to mow lawns.
Maybe Dad can loan Brian the money.
Maybe his sister will loan him the money.
Too young to baby sit.
Brian was not allowed to stay home by himself.
Then the phone rang.
Mrs. Timmons’ dog, Fifi had gotten out again.
She called for Brian’s help.
Brian chased Fifi through three different yards.
Brian caught the frisky dog.
Mrs. Timmons offered Brian $2.00.
Brian said she did not have to pay him.
Brian had an idea!
Brian will start a pet service!
12 dogs, a few cats and some fish.
Brian will have his new bike in no time!
Plot Map Beginning or Introduction Rising Action (things get exciting) Climax Falling Action (things calm down) Resolution or conclusion Brain wants a ________ Brian thinks of ways to get ______________ __________ calls Brian Brian finds _____________ Brian has an ______________! Brian will soon have his new _________ Brian plans his new ___________________ new bike money Mrs. Timmons Fifi idea pet service bike
Character Analysis Definition: “Analyze” To study something to discover its important features.
Character Analysis Bonus Questions Why did Mrs. Timmons offer Brian $2.00? To thank Brian for finding her dog, Fifi. Why did Brian refuse the money? Because Mrs. Timmons needed Brian’s help and Brian is too kind to charge for helping a neighbour in need.