Presentation on theme: " Please take out your notebooks and a pen and be ready to write when the music ends."— Presentation transcript:
Please take out your notebooks and a pen and be ready to write when the music ends.
Now that we have finished the biggest step of the writing process (the edited ‘final’ draft) I’d like you each to reflect on the writing process as you experienced it. Describe your feelings throughout the process: What parts went smoothly? What elements challenged you? Out of these two questions, reflect on your strengths as a writer and where you see room for improvement Suggestions about the process?
For Today: QuickWrite Questions/Concerns about paper New Orleans, the French Quarter Reading through Streetcar large group Presentation on Past vs. Present Reading through Streetcar small groups
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Please continue work on your characterization of either Blanche or Stanley.
How are Stella, Stanley, Blanche, Eunice, and Steve interrelated? What is Stanley’s initial response to Blanche’s visit at the end of Scene One? What does Blanche indicate is her professional job in Laurel? What has happened to her husband? What explanation does Blanche give for having lost Belle Reve? How does Stanley’s attitude toward Blanche change in Scene Two and what evokes that change? What is the implication of the “Napoleonic Code” as it relates to Stella and Stanley? Describe the confrontation between Stanley and Blanche in Scene Two.
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