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1. SETTING (ST)

1. SETTING (ST)

1. SETTING (ST). The time and place of action of a story. 2. CHARACTER SKETCH (NF). A shorter piece of literature that highlights a certain personality trait. 3. PROTAGONIST (CH). The central character or hero in a narrative or drama. The person whose conflict sets the plot in motion.

By Pat_Xavi
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Elements of a Story

Elements of a Story

Elements of a Story. Ms. Walsh. Elements of a Story:. Setting – The time and place a story takes place. Characters – the people, animals or creatures in a story. Plot – the series of events that make up a story. Conflict – a problem or struggle between two people, things or ideas.

By HarrisCezar
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CYRANO DE BERGERAC

CYRANO DE BERGERAC

CYRANO DE BERGERAC. Mayfield English II. Background Information. AUTHOR This play was written by Edmond Rostand in 1897. Fun fact: born in Marseilles, France At the time, France was involved in the Industrial Revolution.

By Antony
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Literary Elements

Literary Elements

Short Stories. Literary Elements. Literary Elements. Parts of a Story. Literary Elements. 10 Point. 10 Point. 10 Point. 10 Point. 10 Point. 20 Points. 20 Points. 20 Points. 20 Points. 20 Points. 30 Points. 30 Points. 30 Points. 30 Points. 30 Points. 40 Points. 40 Points.

By paul
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Short Story Unit Literary Terms

Short Story Unit Literary Terms

Short Story Unit Literary Terms. Plot. The sequence of events that make up a story, usually centering around a main conflict. The Five Stages of Plot. Exposition. The first stage of plot! In the Exposition, the scene is set:

By sandra_john
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Character

Character

Character. Feature Menu. Creating Characters Character Development Speech Appearance Private Thoughts How Other Characters Feel Actions Direct and Indirect Characterization Practice. Creating Characters.

By callie
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Literary Terms

Literary Terms

Literary Terms. Theme. DEF: An insight about human life that's revealed in a literary work. • Theme is rarely directly stated by author • Ask, "What's the author's message to me?" EX : You cannot stop love. (Shrek) EX : Things are not always as they seem.

By elvin
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Fictional Narrative Study Guide

Fictional Narrative Study Guide

Fictional Narrative Study Guide. Self-tutorial October 4, 2001 Grade Eight Reading. Table of Contents. Fictional narrative Narrative elements Literary terms. 1. “The Dinner Party” by Mona Gardner is an example of a(n) A. Short Story B. Play C. Novel D. Folktale. A.

By loe
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The Necklace

The Necklace

Guy de Maupassant. The Necklace. Student Created Notebook for “The Necklace”. You will create a notebook for The Necklace. All of the assignments we complete will be kept in the student made folder. You will be responsible for all the work that should be kept in the folder.

By gad
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Characterization

Characterization

Characterization. How we find out about our characters. Characterization is:. Various methods used by an author to give the traits, thoughts, and actions of a character

By hei
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Characterization

Characterization

Characterization. Direct and Indirect. Characterization. Characterization is the process by which the author reveals the personality of the character. Two types of characterization: Direct Characterization Indirect Characterization. Direct Characterization.

By nathaniel
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Reading Bellwork

Reading Bellwork

Reading Bellwork. Week Two : Characterization. Monday, August 29. Write the definitions for: 1. Characterization- The development of a character through actions and dialogue. 2. Direct Characterization- author is “directly” telling audience information about character

By pilialoha
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Characterization in Literature

Characterization in Literature

Characterization in Literature. Humorous. Angry. Compassionate. Energetic. Lazy. Vengeful. Happy. Sad. How do characters become real ?. Atticus Finch. The author or narrator gives the reader information about the character. Direct Characterization. A character’s actions

By malcolm
(270 views)

Character Development

Character Development

Character Development. What is character development?. The unfolding or growth of a character as the plot develops. Direct/ Explicit Characterization. The author clearly identifies the personality and character traits to the audience.

By kyoko
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Characterization and Character Mandalas

Characterization and Character Mandalas

Characterization and Character Mandalas. Characterization. Characterization is the art of creating characters for a narrative. This involves the process of conveying information about them through description, actions, speech, and thoughts.

By kochava
(183 views)

Characterization Notes

Characterization Notes

Characterization Notes. Indirect and Direct Characterization. Flat and Round Static and Dynamic. Direct Characterization. Direct Characterization : When the narrator or another character tells us what a person is like.

By rhonda
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Thursday & Friday September 17 th & 18 th

Thursday & Friday September 17 th & 18 th

Thursday & Friday September 17 th & 18 th. PP Notes on Characterization Direct/in-direct, round/flat, stock Create a stock character Visualization Practice Identify Stock characters in film 3 column notes – Making Inferences. Materials Needed: Notebook. Characterization.

By urban
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Characterization: Marsh9thEnglish.wordpress.com

Characterization: Marsh9thEnglish.wordpress.com

Characterization: Marsh9thEnglish.wordpress.com. How do authors describe and develop a character? What is direct characterization? Indirect? How can characterization bring insight to a work of literature?. In this lesson we will answer: How are characters developed by Orwell?

By nickolas
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“THE DEVIL AND TOM WALKER”

“THE DEVIL AND TOM WALKER”

“THE DEVIL AND TOM WALKER”. BY WASHINGTON IRVING. CHARACTERIZATION. REFERS TO THE METHODS A WRITER USES TO REVEAL THE PERSONALITY OF A CHARACTER. DIRECT CHARACTERIZATION. THE WRITER MAKES EXPLICIT STATEMENTS ABOUT A CHARACTER. INDIRECT CHARACTERIZATION. THE WRITER REVEALS A

By tam
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Characterization: Collection 2

Characterization: Collection 2

How does a writer describe and develop a character?. Characterization: Collection 2. Objectives. In this lesson we will answer: How are characters developed by a writer? What is the difference between direct and indirect characterization?

By lael
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