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The Lady and the spider. Fact and Opinion. Fact Can be proved. Opinion Expresses a judgment that can be supported not proved. How Do We Check Facts?. Literary Analysis: Tone. The tone of a literary work is the author’s attitude toward his or her audience and subject.

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The lady and the spider

The Lady and the spider


Fact and opinion

Fact and Opinion

  • Fact

    • Can be proved

  • Opinion

    • Expresses a judgment that can be supported not proved


How do we check facts

How Do We Check Facts?


Literary analysis tone

Literary Analysis: Tone

  • The tone of a literary work is the author’s attitude toward his or her audience and subject.

    • Can be described in one word such as playful, humorous or serious


What determines tone

What Determines Tone?

  • Word Choice

  • Sentence Structure

  • Sentence Length


Vocabulary

Vocabulary


The lady and the spider

mode

  • A way of acting, doing or being

    • Mom was in a professional modefor her meeting.


Frenzied

frenzied

  • Acting in a wild, uncontrollable way

    • The dogs were frenzied when they saw the food.


Inhabited

inhabited

  • Lived in; occupied

    • The bird’s nest is inhabited by three blue birds.


Equipped

equipped

  • Having what is needed

    • After studying the student was well equipped to take the test.


Dimensions

dimensions

  • Measurements; importance

    • Painting gave new dimensions to her art.


Catastrophe

catastrophe

  • Disaster or misfortune

    • The car accident was a catastrophe.


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