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Who is Edgar Alan Poe? Edgar Allan Poe - Video Biographies - Biography.com
What was the last tale you heard or read that sent a tingle down your spine? What things help to make horror stories and movies scary?
Something is wrong with the narrator or teller of this story. Pay close attention to the details he gives. Look for clues in the way he behaves. You may find out something that he doesn’t want you to know.
Vulture: noun Bird that eats dead things Cautious: adj. Very careful Mortal: adj. Extreme; almost threatening death Precisely adv. Exactly 1) “I heard a slight groan, and I knew it was the groan of ____________terror.” 2) “Until a single dim ray, like the thread of the spider, shot out from the crack and fell ___________upon the __________eye. 3) “I was so careful! I showed such foresight! I was so________________.
What is plot? The sequence of events in the story. What is Introduction? Characters and setting are introduced. The major conflict is presented What is Rising action? The problem becomes more complicated.
What is climax? The most exciting part of the story-turning point. What is Falling Action and Conclusion? Changes that began in the climax continue their logical course and the story ends
IMDb Video: THE TELL-TALE HEART IMDb Video: THE TELL-TALE HEART
Growing up in America during the 1890s was much different from growing up today. Children as young as 10 years old held full-time jobs in order to help their families. Many of these children worked 14 hours a day for as little as 27 cents. Today, however, children are not allowed to hold part-time jobs until they are at least 14 years old. Federal laws also restrict the number of hours teenagers work. While some teenagers today work out of necessity to help their families, most do so to earn spending money or to save for college
One way to understand the ideas you read about is to compare and contrast them. compare means to look for similarities contrast means to look for differences
To Compare Look for ways that people, events, things, or ideas are the same. Think about their use, color, size, and shape, or other similar characteristics. Ask yourself questions about the two objects, people, places, or ideas.
Signal words to indicate comparisons Also As As well as Both In the same manner Likewise Most important Similarly The same as
To Contrast Look for ways that people, events, things, or ideas are different from each other. Look for internal as well as external signs. Ask yourself what makes one thing different from another.
Signal words that indicate contrast: However On the other hand But Nevertheless Conversely Rather On the contrary Yet Nonetheless In contrast
1. Read The Tell Tale Heart story.The Tell Tale Heart story 2. Watch the video of the The Tell Tale Heart- first time throughWatch the video 3. Highlight/ underline the event similarities in the video and story. Circle the differences in the story. 4. Watch the video and listen to the narrator discuss the story. Lesson 41