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STATION ONE: PERSONIFICATION. ESSENTIAL QUESTION: HOW CAN I USE PERSONIFICATION TO IMPROVE THE IMAGERY IN MY PAPER?. PERSONIFICATION. AS A GROUP: Go to Mrs. Li’s Blog for Sept. 13 & 14. Open and View the Powerpoint for Personification. INDIVIDUALLY: Write your answers on your own paper.

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station one personification
STATION ONE: PERSONIFICATION
  • ESSENTIAL QUESTION:
  • HOW CAN I USE PERSONIFICATION TO IMPROVE THE IMAGERY IN MY PAPER?
personification
PERSONIFICATION
  • AS A GROUP:
    • Go to Mrs. Li’s Blog for Sept. 13 & 14.
    • Open and View the Powerpoint for Personification.
  • INDIVIDUALLY:
    • Write your answers on your own paper.
    • Go back to your paper to look for a good opportunity to include personification.
station two onomatopoeia
STATION TWO: ONOMATOPOEIA
  • ESSENTIAL QUESTION:
  • HOW CAN I USE ONOMATOPOEIA TO PROVIDE DESCRIPTION IN MY STORY.
station two onomatopoeia4
STATION TWO:ONOMATOPOEIA
  • EXAMINING THE COMIC STRIPS AT THIS STATION TO FIND EXAMPLES OF ONOMATOPOEIA.
  • REALIZE THAT YOU ARE NOT WRITING A COMIC STRIP, SO YOUR USE OF ONOMATOPOEIA SHOULD BE MORE SUBTLE.
  • GO BACK TO YOUR PAPER TO FIND OPORTUNITIES TO USE ONOMATOPOEIA IN A NATURAL, MEANINGFUL WAY.
station three metaphor and simile
STATION THREE: METAPHOR AND SIMILE
  • ESSENTIAL QUESTION:
  • HOW CAN I USE METAPHOR AND SIMILE TO IMPROVE THE IMAGERY IN MY PAPER?
metaphor and simile
METAPHOR AND SIMILE
  • AS A GROUP:
    • Go to Mrs. Li’s Blog for Sept. 13 & 14.
    • Open and View the Powerpoint for METAPHOR AND SIMILE.
  • INDIVIDUALLY:
    • Write your answers on your own paper.
    • Go back to your paper to look for a good opportunity to include metaphor and simile to improve the imagery.
station four peer editing
STATION :FOUR PEER EDITING
  • EXCHANGE PAPERS WITH YOUR PARTNER
  • READ EACH OTHER’S PAPER AND CHECK EACH POINT ON THE “PN WRITING GUIDE AND SELF ASSESSMENT RUBRIC.”
  • USE A STICKY NOTE TO SUGGEST IMPROVEMENTS.
  • AFTER YOU FINISH, RETURN THE PAPER.
  • MAKE SURE THAT YOU READ THE STICKY NOTES AND MAKE THE CHANGES THAT YOU FEEL ARE HELPFUL.
station five using dialogue
STATION FIVE: USING DIALOGUE
  • ESSENTIAL QUESTION:
  • HOW CAN I USE DIALOGUE TO DEVELOP MY CHARACTERS AND ADVANCE MY PLOT?
special tags
SPECIAL TAGS
  • GO TO MRS. LI’S BLOG. CLICK ON THE LINK FOR “DON’T USE SAID”.
  • USE A RED PENCIL TO CIRCLE EACH “BORING” TAG (SAID, ASKED) IN YOUR ESSAY.
  • USE THE LIST OF “SPECIAL TAGS” TO FIND A TAG THAT BETTER DESCRIBES HOW THE WORDS WERE SPOKEN.
station six subject verb agreement
STATION SIX: SUBJECT/VERB AGREEMENT
  • ESSENTIAL QUESTION:
  • HOW CAN I MAKE MY SUBJECTS AND VERBS AGREE?
subject verb agreement
SUBJECT/VERB AGREEMENT
  • AS A GROUP:
    • Go to Mrs. Li’s Blog for Sept. 13 & 14.
    • Open and View the Subject/Verb Agreement Powerpoint
  • THEN
  • INDIVIDUALLY
    • On your own paper, complete the Subject-Verb Agreement Worksheet.
    • After you finish, check your answers with the answer key inside the folder.
station seven hooks to engage the reader
STATION SEVEN: HOOKS TO ENGAGE THE READER
  • ESSENTIAL QUESTION:
  • HOW CAN I BEGIN MY STORY TO ENGAGE MY READER?
engage the reader 1
ENGAGE THE READER 1
  • EXAMINE THESE FIVE COMMON TYPES OF HOOKS:
  • MYSTERY STATEMENT:

Joey knew that his parents had planned something big for his birthday, but he had never expected this!

  • DIALOGUE:

“Harley Anderson, you get back in this house this instant!” Ma screeched from the front door.

“But, Ma,” I whined, “I’m on my way to school.”

  • ONOMATOPOEIA:

Ppssss…the air whistled as it left my front tire. Great, I thought, now I’ll have to push my bike all the way up the hill.

  • RHETORICAL QUESTION:

Shouldn’t every kid be allowed to have a dog?

  • ACTION:

The car careened around the corner and screeched to halt just in front of the bank.

engage the reader 2
ENGAGE THE READER 2
  • EXAMINE THE FIRST PARAGRAPHS OF EACH OF THE NOVELS AT THIS STATION.
  • DETERMINE WHICH COMMON TYPE OF HOOK EACH REPRESENTS AND MARK YOUR OPINION ON THE TALLEY SHEET.
  • CHOOSE ONE OF THE HOOK TYPES AND REVISE THE HOOK FOR YOUR ESSAY TO BETTER ENGAGE THE READER
station eight plotline
STATION EIGHT: PLOTLINE
  • ESSENTIAL QUESTION:
  • HOW CAN I MAKE MY STORY FOLLOW A STANDARD PLOTLINE?
plotline
PLOTLINE
  • IN THE ENVELOPE YOU WILL FIND A SHORT STORY CUT INTO SECTIONS.
  • READ EACH PAPER STRIP AND PLACE IT ON THE PYRAMID WHERE YOU THINK IT BELONGS.
  • OPEN THE FOLDER TO CHECK YOUR ANSWERS.
  • IF YOU MISSED ANY PARTS, READ THE WHOLE STORY AS IT WAS ORIGINALLY WRITTEN.