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January 17, 2014 H oles chapters 36-39 fct vs. opinion and conflict H omework: W ork on unit 3 vocabulary. Quiz and assignment completion moved Wednesday January 22nd (when you return from long weekend). H oles q uiz on chapters 29-39 on Wednesday January 22nd! O bjective:

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January 17 2014 h oles chapters 36 39 fct vs opinion and conflict h omework

January 17, 2014

Holes chapters 36-39 fct vs. opinion and conflict

Homework:

Work on unit 3 vocabulary. Quiz and assignment completion moved Wednesday January 22nd (when you return from long weekend).

Holes quiz on chapters 29-39 on Wednesday January 22nd!

Objective:

I can distinguish between fact and opinion and identify the various types of conflict in a text.

Warm Up (in your composition book)

Copy today's date and the objective into your comp book.

Look up the definition for FACT versus OPINION in the back of your Literature book (blue section).


January 17 2014 h oles chapters 36 39 fct vs opinion and conflict h omework

Fact

a statement that can be proven or verified.

Opinion

a statement that can be proven because it expresses a person's beliefs, feelings or thoughts.


January 17 2014 h oles chapters 36 39 fct vs opinion and conflict h omework

Review questions...

Chp. 33 Does Stanley approach his predicament intelligently? Is his logic sound? Why or why not? What would you do in the same situation? Why?

Chp. 34 When Stanley sees Big Thumb, “he kept walking toward it, although he didn’t know why.” Why do you think Stanley keeps going?

Chp. 35 How would you describe Stanley and Zero’s relationship at this point in the story?

Chp. 36. If you were in Stanley and Zero’s predicament, what kind of restaurant would you hope to find at the top of Big Thumb? Describe the meal you would order.


January 17 2014 h oles chapters 36 39 fct vs opinion and conflict h omework

Stanley and Zero are in a real dilemma at the end of chapter 36.

This is an example of a conflict.

What is conflict?


January 17 2014 h oles chapters 36 39 fct vs opinion and conflict h omework

conflict 36. - the problem or struggle a character faces in 
the story.



January 17 2014 h oles chapters 36 39 fct vs opinion and conflict h omework

internal conflict (man vs. himself) 36.

A conflict that 
occurs within the character, such as 
making an important 
decision or facing a 
fear.


January 17 2014 h oles chapters 36 39 fct vs opinion and conflict h omework

 external conflict 36.

A conflict that occurs outsideof the character, such as nature, a physical obstacle 
or another character.


January 17 2014 h oles chapters 36 39 fct vs opinion and conflict h omework

man vs. nature 36.

Some force in nature creates an obstacle

for the character.


January 17 2014 h oles chapters 36 39 fct vs opinion and conflict h omework

man vs. society 36.

A conflict that occurs when a character disagrees with 
societal values, laws or beliefs.


January 17 2014 h oles chapters 36 39 fct vs opinion and conflict h omework

man vs. man 36.

A conflict that occurs when a character has an 
argument, disagreement or some sort of struggle with 
another character.


January 17 2014 h oles chapters 36 39 fct vs opinion and conflict h omework

Consider this example... 36.

When I first saw Raoul, I could tell we 
weren't going to get along. He wore a 
jacket and a tie to school! I figured he was 
a real snob...

Give an example of an internal and an external conflict 
that might develop as a result of this first impression.


January 17 2014 h oles chapters 36 39 fct vs opinion and conflict h omework

We will now read chapters 37-39 together as a class. 36.

As we read each chapter, think about the different conflicts and fill in your sheet.




January 17 2014 h oles chapters 36 39 fct vs opinion and conflict h omework

3. The boys knew that the longer it took to dig their holes, the longer they would be out in the sun's heat.

D.

Person vs. Nature



January 17 2014 h oles chapters 36 39 fct vs opinion and conflict h omework

5. At first, Stanley's hands are blistered and bloody from digging with the shovel.

F.

Person vs. Machine


January 17 2014 h oles chapters 36 39 fct vs opinion and conflict h omework

6. Elya was in love with Myra Menke, but he could not compete with Igor's offer of his fattest pig.

B.

Person vs. Person


January 17 2014 h oles chapters 36 39 fct vs opinion and conflict h omework

7. Elya told his wife, Sarah, that she should leave him because he was cursed.

A.

Person vs. Self




January 17 2014 h oles chapters 36 39 fct vs opinion and conflict h omework

10. Stanley believed that they were not digging to build character. He felt they were digging to find something. He just didn't know what.

E.

Person vs. Unknown


January 17 2014 h oles chapters 36 39 fct vs opinion and conflict h omework

Homework: character. He felt they were digging to find something. He just didn't know what.

Unit 3 vocabulary quiz and lesson completion moved to Wednesday January 23rd (when you come back from the long weekend).

Holes quiz on chapters 29-39 also on that Wednesday January 22!