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  1. FOA- Monday 1/28 Read each sentence and decide if it is foreshadowing or flashback. • When the current setting is interrupted to go back in time to learn more about a character or a situation, it is called... • The use of clues or hints to suggest something is going to happen in the future is called .... • Although she thought the roller coaster ride would be fun, the sensation of being flipped through the air made Rosie relive the horrible car accident she had suffered eight years ago. • After Jason accidently bumped into Ace in the hallway between class periods, Ace turned and told him that paybacks are nasty. • The smell of homemade chocolate chip cookies conjured up the image of Susan's grandmother standing in a flour-covered apron. • Lightening streaked across the greenish-black sky yet, the air was oddly still. When the warning siren shrieked, the family knew that they should head for the storm cellar.

  2. FOA- Monday 1/28 Read each sentence and decide if it is foreshadowing or flashback. • When the current setting is interrupted to go back in time to learn more about a character or a situation, it is called... FLASHBACK • The use of clues or hints to suggest something is going to happen in the future is called .... FORESHADOWING • Although she thought the roller coaster ride would be fun, the sensation of being flipped through the air made Rosie relive the horrible car accident she had suffered eight years ago. FLASHBACK • After Jason accidently bumped into Ace in the hallway between class periods, Ace turned and told him that paybacks are nasty. FORESHADOWING • The smell of homemade chocolate chip cookies conjured up the image of Susan's grandmother standing in a flour-covered apron. FLASHBACK • Lightening streaked across the greenish-black sky yet, the air was oddly still. When the warning siren shrieked, the family knew that they should head for the storm cellar. FORESHADOWING

  3. What is Genre? Genre 1: a kind of literary or artistic work (Reading) 2: a style of expressing yourself in writing (Language Arts)

  4. 2 Major Categories • The two major categories, or genres, are fiction (about things, events, and characters that are not true) and nonfiction (about things, events, and people that are based on fact).

  5. Additional Information • Further, we also classify fiction according to layout and style. There are picture books, which contain words and pictures, novellas or short novels, and short stories, which are much shorter than novellas. Poetry is also in this category. • Finally, fiction can be classified by content and theme. Here is where we find our common genres: adventure stories, science fiction/fantasy, mystery, horror, romance, realistic fiction, and historical fiction.

  6. Fiction Categories HISTORICAL FICTION MYSTERY REALISTIC FICTION SCIENCE FICTION FANTASY FAIRY TALES

  7. Name the Category- Fiction Fairy Tales http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-bT8UGtgzkE Historical Fiction http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qiSAbAuLhqs Realistic Fiction http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EU6xHjVSMwk Mystery http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NEvLRtDKT0c Fantasy http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G0k3kHtyoqc

  8. Non Fiction Categories Informational Text Speeches Documentaries Propaganda

  9. Name the Category- NonFiction Non-fiction/Propaganda http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H-eRXuuH9AI Speech http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d1I6ljzaY9k