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STORY ANALYSIS Unit 7 – The Haunted House. STORY ANALYSIS The story is divided into seven parts as follows: Each part contains both details and language.

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1 STORY ANALYSIS Unit 7 – The Haunted House

2 STORY ANALYSIS The story is divided into seven parts as follows: Each part contains both details and language features. Refer to p.48 and 49 and fill in the blanks with a suitable answer. SettingLines 1-5 Story Development Lines 6-11 Lines Lines ProblemLines ClimaxLines SolutionLines 34-36

3 Where a n, with the creaking open loudly and running When a and night Who and. old house door mice dark cold JeremyMaggie SETTING (LINES 1-5) Details

4 Speaking Verbs -Maggie laughed as she opened the old door -Jeremy. Vibrant Verbs -door open loudly begged creaked Language SETTING (LINES 1-5)

5 Adjectives dark and Adverbs - loudly and Sentence Pattern Used -If I …, I … quickly had would cold Language SETTING (LINES 1-5)

6 Jeremy said he was not but the place was and. Maggie said used to live in the house and it was. afraid strange comfortable grandma safe STORY DEVELOPMENT (LINES 6-11) Details

7 Speaking Verbs -Maggie. -Jeremy. -Maggie once again. -She said. Adjectives and laughed again insisted laughed out loud with a smile warm comfortable strange uncomfortable STORY DEVELOPMENT (LINES 6-11) Language

8 Jeremy was still afraid because: -he but and -his friends told him the house was and he was sure. Maggie thought he was. felt cold was sweating haunted there were ghosts silly STORY DEVELOPMENT (LINES 12-16) Details

9 Speaking Verbs -Jeremy said as he. -Maggie. Adjectives shivered sighed cold dead haunted STORY DEVELOPMENT (LINES 12-16) Language

10 Language Adverbs - Sentence Pattern Used -If …, … nervously there werewe would

11 STORY DEVELOPMENT (LINES 17-25) Details Atmosphere getting more creepy because: -first, the house began to. -then, the went off. -after that, there was. -at last, the house but the torch didn’t work. shake torch a loud howl stopped shaking

12 STORY DEVELOPMENT (LINES 17-25) Details Jeremy was so scared that. Maggie was. he forgot how to fix the torch calm

13 STORY DEVELOPMENT (LINES 17-25) Language Speaking Verbs: -Jeremy. -Maggie. -Jeremy. began to cry asked her brother calmly continued to cry

14 STORY DEVELOPMENT (LINES 17-25) Language as loud suddenly calmly Adjectives:Adverbs: black night

15 ______________________ (LINES 26-28) Problem Details An event that makes the story moves forward: -first, a strong wind blew into the house. -then,. -after that,. -at last,. the door slammed shut the lock clicked Jeremy and Maggie could not get out

16 ______________________ (LINES 26-28) Problem Language Vibrant Verbs: -strong wind. -door shut. -lock. Adverbs: blowing slammed clicked suddenly

17 ______________________ (LINES 29-33) Climax Details The most exciting part of the story: There was a strange sound everywhere. Then, a asked Jeremy and Maggie why they their grandma. Both of them were. whisper wanted to leave scared

18 ______________________ (LINES 29-33) Climax Language Speaking Verbs: -It. -Jeremy and Maggie. Vibrant Verbs:Adjectives: -sound the house. sound -whisper from above them. voice said in a cold voice shouted filled came strange cold

19 ______________________ (LINES 29-33) Ending Details How the problem is resolved: A showed up and asked Jeremy and Maggie to follow him because was waiting to see them. The children. strange, green figure their grandma followed

20 ______________________ (LINES 29-33) Ending Language Speaking Verbs: -The alien. Vibrant Verbs: -a figure into the moonlight. Adjectives: said stepped strange, green


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