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26L Title: Setting Day 3. Creatively write a letter to your parents explaining why you should be allowed to stay home on your birthday give 5 clear examples. 26L Title: Setting Day 3. Label these sentences as depended or independent. (5 min) I want to score all 4s on my report card.

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26L Title: Setting Day 3

Creatively write a letter to your parents explaining why you should be allowed to stay home on your birthday

give 5 clear examples


26L Title: Setting Day 3

  • Label these sentences as depended or independent. (5 min)

  • I want to score all 4s on my report card.

  • Since I study independent clauses.

  • Even though school can be hard.

  • 4. Penguins cannot fly.

  • *Write 2 compound sentences.

  • HINT: use FANBOYS!


Your or You’re?

  • Your—possessive. This “your” indicates that something belongs to you. For example:

  • Your house

  • Your sweater

  • Your shoes

  • Your pencil

    (all of those items belong to you!)


You’re

  • You’re—”You are”

    Use this you’re when you want to say you are!

    Ex:

  • You’re great! (You are great.)

  • You’re going to regret it! (You are going to regret it.)

  • You’re a nice friend. (You are a nice friend.)


TIP

  • If you are not sure which “your” to use, ask yourself this question:

    “Can I replace this “your” with “You are”?

    If you can, then you should write “you’re”

    If you cannot, then you need to write “your.”


Practice

  • Your/You’re going to drive me insane!

    • Can you “You are going to drive me insane?

  • Move your/you’re backpack.

    • Can you say “Move you are backpack?”


Language of the Discipline

  • Plot:

    the literary element that describes the structure of a story. It shows the arrangement of events and actions within a story


Plot Structure


Plot Components

Climax: the turning point, the most intense moment—either mentally or in action

Falling Action: all of the action which follows the climax

Rising Action: the series of conflicts and crisis in the story that lead to the climax

Exposition: the start of the story, the situation before the action starts

Resolution: the conclusion, the tying together of all of the threads


Conflict

Conflict is the dramatic struggle between two forces in a story. Without conflict, there is no plot.


Interpersonal Conflict

Human vs Human

Human vs Nature

Human vs Society

Internal Conflict

Human vs Self

Types of Conflict


The Circuit

  • We will finish reading the circuit and fill out the plot pyramid.


Personal Narrative

  • You will have time to work on your personal narrative.

  • Fill out the plot pyramid.

  • If you finish early, you may begin to work on your rough draft.

  • Essay must be 5 paragraphs and must answer the prompt.


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