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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

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

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 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’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.)


26l title setting day 3

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

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

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 Structure


Plot components

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

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


Types of conflict

Interpersonal Conflict

Human vs Human

Human vs Nature

Human vs Society

Internal Conflict

Human vs Self

Types of Conflict


The circuit

The Circuit

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


Personal narrative

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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