Presentation on theme: "The Rules Of The Game By: Amy Tan. Amy tan is a Chinese writer In 1933 tans adoptions of her popular fiction work Joy Luck Club became a succeful film."— Presentation transcript:
The Rules Of The Game By: Amy Tan
Amy tan is a Chinese writer In 1933 tans adoptions of her popular fiction work Joy Luck Club became a succeful film. She was Born in Feburary She has received plenty of awards like the national book award National book critics circle award los angles times and a lot more “Amy Tan.” 11 March Wikipedia. Online.
The Rules Of The Game Characters: A Caucasian man The fifteen year old boy Bobby Fisher Lindo Jong Theme: Never give up on anything even if nobody Thinks you can make and don’t let any obstacles Get in your way. Plot line/(setting) In China on the streets, Modern day (rising action) Bobby starts to bully the 15 year old boy (climax) the 15 year old boy challenges Bobby to checkers, (falling action) The 15 year old boy plays against The great bobby. (resolution)Bobby says sorry to the boy, Bobby And the little 15year old boy become friends
Lesson to be learn: Be careful what you do to people just For you to win because you might hurt people and you don’t Even know it..
Pungent- Producing a sharp smell Benevolently-In a well meaning way Retort-sharp or clever reply Reckless-attention to establish rules or customs Prodigies- enormous Deleterious-harmful to health or well being Judicious- Showing good judgment Desultory-random Imminent-likely to happen soon Infallibility-condition of not being likely to fail
Protagonist- The fifteen year old boy who starts getting mad because Bobby fisher keeps on picking on him so he challeges him to something Bobby fisher is really good at and the fifteen year old boy Tells bobby fisher that if he wins he has to leave Him alone antagonist-Bobby fisher bully's the 15 year old boy