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Agenda September 22. Agenda. Good Things Turn in Take home test for “Checkouts” Journal #1 Raymond’s Run Raymond’s Run Literary Terms Raymond’s Run Vocabulary Begin Reading Raymond’s Run, pg 33 BRING TEXTBOOK ALL WEEK LONG. Journal #1 Raymond’s Run. Journal Entry – Sept. 8, 2009

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agenda
Agenda
  • Good Things
  • Turn in Take home test for “Checkouts”
  • Journal #1 Raymond’s Run
  • Raymond’s Run Literary Terms
  • Raymond’s Run Vocabulary
  • Begin Reading Raymond’s Run, pg 33
  • BRING TEXTBOOK ALL WEEK LONG
journal 1 raymond s run
Journal #1 Raymond’s Run
  • Journal Entry – Sept. 8, 2009
  • “Raymond’s Run” is about a girl named Squeaky who has responsibility for her mentally disabled older brother Raymond. Imagine yourself in a similar situation. What might your relationship with your brother be like? How would you handle the responsibility for caring for him? If, in fact, you have a disabled family member, describe your relationship with him or her.
literary elements
Literary Elements
  • Plot: the events that occur in the story.
    • Exposition
    • Rising Action
    • Climax
    • Falling Action
    • Resolution
conflict
Conflict
  • A struggle between two opposing forces or characters.
  • There can be more than one conflict in a story.
  • There are Two categories of Conflict…
external conflict
External Conflict
  • A problem that occurs to the character from some outside force.
  • Conflict can be Character vs. Character or Character vs. Nature
internal conflict
Internal Conflict
  • A conflict that occurs within the character’s own mind.
  • An internal conflict occurs when you are trying to make a difficult decision.
complications
Complications
  • Moments in the RISING ACTION of the story that have an impact on the central conflict.
  • Complications are things that get in the way of the main character’s ability to solve the central conflict.
  • Complications build TENSION in the story.
central conflict
Central Conflict
  • The Central Conflict is the main conflict in the story that involves the main characters.
  • The central conflict is resolved in the RESOLUTION of the plot.