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Using this PowerPoint, you will be making a set of flashcards and a chart in the notes section of your binder. The flashcards will have a term on one side and the definition on the other side. The chart will have the term in one column, the definition in a second column, and an example in the third column.

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Plot

  • Little Red is sent to Grandma’s house
  • She talks to the wolf along the trail
  • Wolf goes and takes Grandma’s place
  • Little Red shows up and asks about Grandma’s ears, eyes, and teeth
  • Wolf is Grandma and attacks Little Red
  • Woodsman comes in and saves Little Red.
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Examples of conflict:

Man vs. man

Man vs. nature

Man vs. self

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Example of internal conflict— “Ella was torn. If she went to the party she would make Karen mad. If she didn’t go she would not get to spend time with Mark.”

Ella is struggling with making a decision.

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Example of external conflict: “The waves crashed against the boat, yet Paul was determined to come out of the storm alive.”

Paul is struggling against the waves the storm is producing and his life is at stake.

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Example of complications: Alfonso wanted to go bike riding but the chain on his bike broke while he was cleaning it. And his brother wouldn’t let him borrow his bike.

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Write the following term (in red) on one side of an index card and the definition on the other side of the card. Also write the term and definition in the chart in your binder.

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Write the following term (in red) on one side of an index card and the definition on the other side of the card. Also write the term and definition in the chart in your binder.

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Example:

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Example of direct characterization: “The patient boy and quiet girl were both well mannered and did not disobey their mother.”

Author is telling the personality of the boy and girl as “patient” and “quiet.”

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Example of indirect characterization: “He spent hours in front of the mirror trying to herd his teeth into place with his thumb.”

Author is showing that the boy is not happy with his looks, has crooked teeth, and is probably very vain (hours infront of a mirror)

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