Big Idea for Unit: Your World. Introduction to Setting. Warm Up:. Objective:. Does context explain behavior ? (Please elaborate .)
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“Virtually any writer you ask will profess a profound relation to place and time whether as a patriot, refugee, homebody, adventurer, flâneur (one who strolls around), or time traveler; and each will tell you that creating the sensuous particularity of a place and period is crucial to writing” (Burroway 133).Setting
Name and describe a setting that you have had “a profound relation to”? Explain what made this setting so significant for you. (5-10 sentences)Reflective Questions to Answer in Detail (a specific paragraph each)
“If a piece of literature does not create the setting for us, if it seems to occur in no-time or in vague-place fuzzy-time, we cannot experience it, or else we must experience that vagueness itself as crucial to the action (emphasis mine)” (Burroway 133).More on Setting
Compare your description with a partner’s. Explain the differences between your description and your partner’s.Do we all see the same thing?