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Literary Analysis Review. Standards R3.1- R3.6. Standard R3.1. Articulate the expressed purposes and characteristics of different forms of prose. Describe the following forms of prose. Short Story Novel Novella Essay Memoir. Describe the following forms of prose.

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literary analysis review

Literary Analysis Review

Standards R3.1- R3.6

standard r3 1
Standard R3.1
  • Articulate the expressed purposes and characteristics of different forms of prose
describe the following forms of prose
Describe the following forms of prose
  • Short Story
  • Novel
  • Novella
  • Essay
  • Memoir
describe the following forms of prose1
Describe the following forms of prose
  • Short Story: few characters, focus on one major conflict
  • Novel: longer, divided by chapter, more characters, more conflicts
  • Biography: written about someone’s life, vary in length
  • Essay: expresses an opinion on a topic, short
  • Memoir: normally autobiographical, focuses on one specific event
standard r3 2
Standard R3.2
  • Identify events that advance the plot and determine how each event explains past or present action or foreshadows future action.
what is plot
What is plot?
  • Define plot:
  • List the parts of plot:
  • What is foreshadowing?
what is plot1
What is plot?
  • Define plot: the series of events that happens in a story
  • List the parts of plot: exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, resolution
  • What is foreshadowing? Hinting at future events (Example: the girl’s cold hands in the “Stranger” )
standard r3 3
Standard R3.3
  • Analyze characterization as delineated through a character’s thoughts, words, speech patterns, and actions’ the narrator’s description, and the thoughts words, and actions of other characters.
characterization
Characterization
  • Describe Rainbow Fish.
    • What is his personality like?
    • What can we tell from his words to the little blue fish?
    • What do others think of him?
    • What do others say about him?
    • How does the narrator describe him?
standard r3 4
Standard R3.4
  • Identify and analyze recurring themes across works.
theme
Theme
  • What is theme?
  • Describe the theme of the following stories:
    • Rainbow Fish
    • Thank You Ma’am
    • Seventh Grade
theme1
Theme
  • What is theme?
    • The meaning, moral, or message that the author wants the reader to get from the story
  • Describe the theme of the following stories:
    • Rainbow Fish: sharing
    • Thank You Ma’am: value of kindness
    • Seventh Grade: being yourself
standard r3 5
Standard R3.5
  • Contrast points of view in narrative text and explain how they affect the overall theme of the work.
define the following terms
Define the following terms:
  • First person POV
  • Third person POV
  • Omniscient POV
  • Limited POV
define the following terms1
Define the following terms:
  • First person POV: the narrator is a character in the story; uses pronouns like I, me, and we; narration is subjective because the narrator uses his/her opinion
  • Third person POV: the narrator is NOT a character in the story; uses pronouns like he/she, they, them; narration is objective because the narrator does not use his/her opinion
  • Omniscient POV: the narrator can tell about the thoughts and feelings of two or more characters; all-knowing
  • Limited POV: the narrator can tell the thoughts and feelings of only one character
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