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2 2 Different types of Texts NARRATIVE IT’S A STORY MAIN PURPOSE TO ENTERTAIN CHARACTERS PLOT SETTING SEQUENCE OF EVENTS CLIMAX DIALOUGE

3 EXPOSITORY MAIN PURPOSE INFORM/EXPLAIN KEY CHARACTERISTIC HEADINGS THEY SEPARATE THE STORY INTO DIFFERENT IDEAS USUALLY THEY GIVE THE MAIN IDEA OF THE FOLLOWING PARAGRAPHS

4 AUTHORS PURPOSE 1. EXPLAIN 2. ENTERTAIN 3. PERUSADE 4. DESCRIBES

5 EXPLAIN THE AUTHOR TELLS WHO, WHAT, WHERE, WHEN AND WHY. “BECAUSE” – ITS EXPLAINING SOMETHING JOHNOTHAN WENT TO THE MALL BECAUSE HE NEEDED A NEW PAIR OF SHOES. BECAUSE KILLER WHALES HUNT IN GROUPS LIKE WOLVES, THEY ARE CALLED “WOLVES OF THE SEA”

6 EXPLAIN EXAMPLES TEXT BOOK MANUALS (COOK BOOKS, INSTRUCTIONS) NEWS ARTICLES HOW-TO-BOOKS

7 ENTERTAIN NARRATIVE -TELLING YOU A STORY -CHARACTER -SETTING -PLOT

8 ENTERTAIN EXAMPLES DR. SUESS – CHILDRENS BOOK SCHOOLED – YOUNG ADULT NOVEL KINGDON KEEPERS - MYSTERY

9 PERSUADE TO CHANGE YOUR MIND/OPINION TRYING TO GET YOU TO THINK THEIR WAY

10 PERSUASIVE EXAMPLES Opinion Articles SUBJECTIVE VS OBJECTIVE SUBJECTIVE = IT CHANGES FROM PERSON TO PERSON OBJECTIVE = BASED ON FACT Commercials Advertisements NEWS PAPER, COMPUTERS, BILLBOARDS, FLYERS INFORMERCIALS, PHONE CALLS, MAGAZINES, SPORTS

11 DESCRIBE GIVES DETAILS ABOUT PEOPLE, PLACES, THINGS, EVENTS WHAT MOOSE LOOK LIKE A MOOSE IS 7 FEET TALL AND HAS ANTLERS THAT CAN REACH 3 FEET IN HEIGHT.

12 KWL Chart: 1.Learned: Published in 1967 Hinton is a woman Hinton was 15 when she started writing the novel. 18 when it was published. 2. Girls started to get short hair cuts. Girls wore dresses. Boys greased their hair and wore leather jackets. Rolling Stones, The Beatles, Bob Dylan 3. Usually have a leader, can be very violent, have a set of beliefs that they live by. 4. Slang changes. Abbreviated ways of saying things. Usually decided by younger people.

13 THE OUTSIDERS Purpose of the text is to Entertain. Kind of text is a Narrative It has: Characters A Setting A plot

14 CHARACTERS PONYBOY SODA POP JOHNNY TWO BIT DALLY AKA DALLAS SHERRY AKA CHERRY DARRY AKA DARRYL MARCIA BOB SHELDON RANDY STEVE RANDALL BUCK MICKEY MOUSE (HORSE) TIM SHEPARD

15 SETTING Tulsa, Oklahoma 1960’S

16 PLOT About different gangs that fight because they are in different social classes.

17 Nothing Gold Can Stay By Robert Frost Nature's first green is gold, Her hardest hue to hold. Her early leaf's a flower; But only so an hour. Then leaf subsides to leaf. So Eden sank to grief, So dawn goes down to day. Nothing gold can stay.

18 Poem Break Down Nature's first green is gold, Her hardest hue to hold. hue = color Her early leaf's a flower; But only so an hour. Then leaf subsides to leaf. subsides = falls back down So Eden sank to grief, Eden = Adam and Eve So dawn goes down to day. so = like, in the same way as Nothing gold can stay.* How did they "sink to grief"?

19 1) What do you think Robert Frost is trying to say? (Try to sum it up in a phrase or two.) 2) How does this poem apply to the events/characters of the novel so far? (What "gold" did Pony have that didn't last?) 3) Is this supposed to be a sad poem? What makes you think so/not?


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