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Read your independent SEM-R novel. If you don't have one, look through the Literature book under your desk.


September 7, 2011 - The Good Deed - conflict look through the Literature book under your desk.

Homework:

Review all notes on plot and conflict.

Lesson Essential Questions:

·How do readers distinguish between internal and external conflict?

Warm Up:

Set up your notebook page. In your Literature book, turn to pg. 46

and read the paragraph under the question, "Can first impressions be trusted?" Then complete the "List it" activity underneath in your

notes.


Turn in your Literature book to pg. 48 look through the Literature book under your desk.

Today's story is called

"The Good Deed." Predict

what this story might be

about.

In this story, the main

character will deal with conflict...let's review...what is conflict?


conflict look through the Literature book under your desk. - the problem or struggle a character faces in the story.


conflict look through the Literature book under your desk.


internal conflict (man vs. himself) look through the Literature book under your desk.

A conflict that occurs within the character, such as making an important decision or facing a fear.


external conflict look through the Literature book under your desk.

A conflict that occurs outsideof the character, such as nature, a physical obstacle or another character.

man vs. nature man vs. society man vs. man


man vs. nature look through the Literature book under your desk.

Some force in nature creates an obstacle

for the character.


man vs. society look through the Literature book under your desk.

A conflict that occurs when a character disagrees with societal values, laws or beliefs.


man vs. man look through the Literature book under your desk.

A conflict that occurs when a character has an argument, disagreement or some sort of struggle with another character.


Consider this example... look through the Literature book under your desk.

When I first saw Raoul, I could tell we weren't going to get along. He wore a jacket and a tie to school! I figured he was a real snob...

Give an example of an internal and an external conflict that might develop as a result of this first impression.


Read with a purpose: look through the Literature book under your desk.

As we read "The Good Deed," discover how someone who is sight impaired can help those who can see examine the world in different and new ways. Also look for various conflicts that occur throughout the story. Complete the sheet as you follow along in the story.


external conflicts in "The Good Deed" look through the Literature book under your desk.


internal conflicts in "The Good Deed" look through the Literature book under your desk.


Homework look through the Literature book under your desk.

Review all notes on plot and conflict.


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