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Today’s Agenda Sentence Type Practice Into the Wild Quiz over chapters 4-5 Characterization OBJECTIVE: Analyze how a writer uses characterization to develop a portrait of a real person.
Sentence Types Team Challenge Time: Get a white board, a dry erase marker, and an eraser!
They spoke to him in Spanish, but he responded in English.
After the two soccer players lost their game, they joined their other teammates for lunch, and they went to the movies.
The student wiped the white board that was filthy with last week’s notes.
While waiting for the paint to dry, Angela went to Home Depot, and Martin organized the kitchen appliances.
During last night's game, the bases were loaded, and Bob hit a grand slam.
This summer our vacation should be both exciting and restful
Older television sets had tubes; the newest models, which take less space, are digital televisions
SENTENCE TYPE QUIZ LESSON 17!!!!
Into the Wild Quiz over 4-5 Discussion
Discussion Questions 1. Name two pieces of irony in chapters 1-3 2. Describe Jim and his opinion of Chris. 3. Describe Wayne and his opinion of Chris. 4. Why did Wayne go to jail? 5. In Chapter three what do we learn of Chris’s family? 6. Where did “Alex” move to? 7. List a job Alex did for Wayne Westerberg. 8. What did Alex do with $24,000? 9. What does Chris seem to dislike in society? 10. Do you like Chris? Why or why not?
characterization Direct Author specifically states this information. “The patient boy and quiet girl were both well mannered and did not disobey their mother.” Author directly tells the reader that the boy was “patient” and the girl was “well mannered.” Indirect S peech: What does the character say? How does the character speak? T houghts: What is revealed through the character’s private thoughts and feelings? E ffect: What is the effect on others toward the character. What is revealed through the character’s effect on other people? How do other characters feel or behave in reaction to the character? A ctions: What does the character do? How does the character behave? L ooks: What does the character look like? How does the character dress? Which technique do you think is LEAST common in this book?
Characterization of Christopher McCandless Write down an example from chapters 1-5 for your assigned color. BLUE – What he said PURPLE – What others say about him GREEN – What he does TEAL – How he looks RED – What he thinks Gallery Walk: Mark examples in your book.
Writing Response Based on the details you gathered, what impression does Krakauer create of McCandless. Choose three different adjective describing McCandless that stem from Krakauer’s descriptions. Try to select adjectives that carry strong connotation. For each adjective, identify at least one piece of characterization that led to that impression. ADJECTIVECHARCTERIZATION EVIDENCE
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