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Warm-up the mental muscleVerb hunt: story page 38 Warm-up the mental muscle
Bearing Up Matt Hughes
Background You will need your copy of the story to help with this task. Use the slip of paper: Write your name Write a definition of “short Story” (point form is fine)
Did you use the information from the story handout?Hand in the slip. Edit your story Question #2. Refer to the Blue Rubric from The ninny. Did you use the information from the story handout?
Qualifying ‘Symbol’ in Short StoryMay be an object, person or idea Repeated (receives space in the story) Placed at critical points in the story
A Symbol in Bearing Up Representation? Repeated? Place in story?
The Language of SymbolismImagery Verbs Conflict In what way are these three connected? Re-read the opening.
How might you apply this to your own story writing?The challenge
In Class FOCUS: Macbeth and his connection to the world Self-Edit Time Quote Incorporation Quote Explanation Looking at feedback and making corrections…
Making Change Happen -It’s simple things that help.
It is very important to understand that all images are created by people. All media images are representations of reality that can shape peoples ideas.
Subject: English Language
The Writing Process.
Roots 8 words from writing Week 8. Edit-v. to revise or rework a piece of writing.
1 AVID’s mission is to close the achievement gap by preparing all students for college readiness and success in a global society. Summaries.
Short texts. Hints and help. On the Sidewalk Bleeding by Evan Hunter; My Name is Osama by Thomas S. Lapham; Strange Fruit, performed by Billy Holliday.
Close Reading Based upon Text-Dependent Questions: Pathways to Close and Critical Reading, Fisher and Frey, 2015.
Procedural Text Grade 6 Language Arts.
How do I do well on the Social Studies Gateway?. Getting Started :. Read all information: historical background, writing prompt, bullet points and documents.
Warm-up 1. Take out your blue OUTLINE from Friday. 2. On the entrance ticket complete the following: (1) write your thesis statement, (2) tell me what.
Question of the Day Write down your definition of a mental disorder. Compare your definition with the book’s definition on page 238.
Short Stories Unit.
Writing About A Story : Essay on Short Fiction. Read the Story: Read the work you want to write about at least twice. As you read, make notes, highlight.
Preview “Raymond’s Run” 1.In 2-3 complete sentences, explain the expression “You can’t judge a book by its cover”. 2.What type of figurative language is.
10/7/14 Do Now: Take one of each of the handouts from the front and read the directions on the top of the page. Homework: - Finish reading chapters 9 &
REFLECTIVE ESSAY Peer editing for perfection!. STEP 1 Get out your packet and look at the header and spacing and font size/type. (20 points)
Animation What is animation all about?. What is Animation? O “ The technique of photographing successive drawings or positions of puppets or models to.
Dec 2-6. Monday, Dec 2 Review memoirs Read assigned memoir Answer handout questions point grade Share summaries with class to help promote ideas.
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