“It’s a Teachable Tuesday”. British Literature 2.26.08 Ms.Matthews. Objectives. The students will 1) Understand and appreciate the author’s use of dialect (Literary Analysis) 2) Make judgments about characters in order to understand a short story 3) Identify Conflict in literature.
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The students will
1) Understand and appreciate the author’s use of dialect (Literary Analysis)
2) Make judgments about characters in order to understand a short story
3) Identify Conflict in literature
A struggle between opposing forces.
Character vs. Nature:
The theme in literature that places a character against forces of nature. Many disaster films focus on this theme, which is predominant within many survival stories. It is also strong in stories about struggling for survival in remote locales, such as the novel Hatchet.
Character vs. Society: Atheme in fiction in which a main character's, or group of main characters', main source of conflict is social traditions or concepts. In this sense, the two parties are: a) the protagonist(s); b) the society in which the protagonist(s) are part of. Society itself is often looked at as a single character, just as an opposing party would be looked at in a Man vs. Man conflict. An example in literature would be Wuthering Heights by Emily Brontë.
"I really need a new car.""But I can't afford it right now.""Yeah, but my old car's a mess. The brakes are bad, the transmission's shot, and it's got 200,000 miles on it.""Oh, I bet it can make it a while longer.""Remember that good deal you saw on the Mazda?""Oh, I couldn't get anything like that. A nice used Escort would be fine. . ."
A form of language that is spoken in one place by a certain group of people.
Complete the comprehension check, critical thinking, and extended interpretations questions 1-7 on page 1279. Due Wednesday 2.27.08.