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WARM UP Get your SpringBoard book You will have the first ten minutes of class to read your independent reading book. (You are reading…not using the time to do homework, text, doodle or sleep!) RANDOM FACT OF THE DAY: A crocodile can’t stick its tongue out.
WHAT IS AN INTERVIEW NARRATIVE? An interview narrative is a written work where the interviewer converts the information from a “Q & A format” to a readable article that includes the information from the interviewee, as well as descriptive details and the overall impression of the interviewee. The interview narrative is where the interviewer becomes a writer and uses his/her creativity to write good prose.
DIRECT & INDIRECT QUOTATIONS Direct Quotations are word- for-word quotations. They should be written inside of quotation marks. EXAMPLES “Have another slice of pie,” my mother said. “No, thank you,” I replied. “I can not eat another slice of pie.” Indirect Quotations summarize and are not written inside quotation marks. EXAMPLES: My mother offered me another slice of pie. I told her that I could not eat another slice.
AS YOU READ “BETHANY ONLY LOOKING AHEAD”… …consider the ways in which the writer describes Bethany, captures her voice, considers a significant incident in her life, and conveys the significance to the reader. Get two highlighters: one color to highlight the direct quotations and another color to highlight indirect quotations. Note the places (*) where the writer describes how the interviewee is speaking how the interviewee is acting how the interviewee is looking When you’re done reading, complete the chart on pg. 51