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Monday, September 8 New DAY – New ROUTINE Start your D.O.L. for Monday – Grab the 2 sheets on table (Grammar tab) Homework: Reading Log – due Friday Menu completed by Friday Task/Activity GrammarParts of Speech section of Notebook -cut and glue WritingSharing your samples of THESIS STATEMENTS - More practice Reading GroupsConflict Review Finish “The Stone”
Plot Plot is the literary element that describes the structure of a story. It shows arrangement of events and actions within a story.
Exposition: the start of the story, the situation before the action starts Rising Action: the series of conflicts and crisis in the story that lead to the climax Climax: the turning point, the most intense moment—either mentally or in action Falling Action: all of the action which follows the climax Resolution: the conclusion, the tying together of all of the threads Plot Components
Plot: Conflict Conflict is the dramatic struggle between two forces in a story. Without conflict, there is no plot.
Plot: Types of Conflict Character vs Nature Character vs Society Character vs SelfCharacter vs Character Character vs Supernatural
Plot: Character vs. Character Conflict This type of conflict finds the main character in conflict with another character, human or not human. Woody and Buzz are fighting to be Andy’s favorite toy. Woody and Buzz Conflict
Plot: Character vs. Nature Conflict This type of conflict finds the main character in conflict with the forces of nature, which serve as the antagonist. Toys are trying to escape burning fire. Toys escaping fire in incinerator
Plot: Character vs. Society Conflict This type of conflict has the main character in conflict with a larger group: a community, society, culture, etc. The toys in Toy Story are eventually abandoned by their childhood owners because society tells us at a certain age, aren’t we “too old” for toys? Jessie abandoned by childhood owner
Plot: Character vs. Self Conflict In this type of conflict, the main character experiences some kind of inner conflict. Woody's struggle After being reunited with Jessie and Bullseye, Woody doesn’t know where he belongs anymore.
Plot: Character vs. Supernatural In this type of conflict, the main character experiences a conflict with a ghost, monster, or things not of this world. The Aliens and the Claw Buzz encounters the aliens and their master, “The Claw”
Plot=Conflict Character vs. Character Character vs. Nature Character vs. Society Character vs. Self Character vs. Supernatural EXIT SLIP: Think of an example of a conflict in a book you have recently read. Tell me the name of the book and describe conflict. What type of conflict was it?
Tuesday, September 9 Day 2 of our NEW ROUTINE TURN IN HOMEWORK Start your D.O.L. for Tuesday Homework: Reading Log – due Friday Menu completed by Friday Task/Activity 8:15Complete Tuesday DOL 8:20Parts of Speech Review 8:30Thesis Statements Share 8:40Ninjas Meet (Vikings and Zombies work on Menu) 9:00Whole Class NB lesson 9:25Zombies and Vikings Meet (Ninjas work on Menu) MENU Choices: You must complete the “Required Activities”
Tuesday, September 9 Day 2 of our NEW ROUTINE TURN IN HOMEWORK Start your D.O.L. for Tuesday Homework: Reading Log – due Friday Menu completed by Friday Task/Activity 9:45Complete Tuesday DOL 9:50Whole Class NB lesson 10:10Zombies and Vikings Meet (Ninjas work on Menu 10:30Ninjas Meet (Vikings and Zombies work on Menu) 10:45Parts of Speech Review 11:00Thesis Statements Share MENU Choices: You must complete the “Required Activities”
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