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Writing Memoir Leads

Writing Memoir Leads

Writing Memoir Leads. Grabbing the reader’s attention with an interesting opening. Write from experience. "In order to write memoir, we need to see that literature is made out of the everyday stuff of our lives." Lucy Calkins The Art of Teaching Writing. Where to begin.

By Mercy
(596 views)

“The Nature of the Narrator in Technical Writing”

“The Nature of the Narrator in Technical Writing”

“The Nature of the Narrator in Technical Writing”. By: Lynn H. Deming Presented by: Anne Crace. Overview. Technical authors should speak to their audience.

By arleen
(273 views)

Point of View…

Point of View…

…in Fiction. Point of View…. What is Point of View?. It is the position from which a story is told. You have four major choices: The first-person POV The third-person limited POV The third person objective POV The third person omniscient POV. First-Person POV: Me, Myself, & I.

By jacob
(777 views)

Poe’s “The Pit and the Pendulum” (1843)

Poe’s “The Pit and the Pendulum” (1843)

Poe’s “The Pit and the Pendulum” (1843). Impia tortorum longos hic turba furores Sanguinis innocui, non satiata, aluit. Sospite nunc patria, fracto nunc funeris antro, Mors ubi dira fruit via salusque patent.

By sandra_john
(355 views)

Literary Terms Bingo

Literary Terms Bingo

Literary Terms Bingo. A game to see how much you already know. Shor t Story . A brief work of fiction. Conflict . A struggle between two forces. Exposition. The introduction of the characters, setting, and basic situation of a story. Theme.

By Samuel
(374 views)

Managing Time and Workload

Managing Time and Workload

Managing Time and Workload. A “Time Flies-on-the Wall” Documentary

By Leo
(294 views)

Writing Memoir Leads

Writing Memoir Leads

Writing Memoir Leads. Grabbing the reader’s attention with an interesting opening. Write from experience. "In order to write memoir, we need to see that literature is made out of the everyday stuff of our lives." Lucy Calkins The Art of Teaching Writing. Where to begin.

By libra
(659 views)

Point of view in fiction

Point of view in fiction

Point of view in fiction. Stanzel Friedman. Narrator & Author. In narrative theory, the person or personage who is the overall teller of the story is known as the narrator . The narrator should not be confused with the author .

By miller
(270 views)

James Baldwin, “Sonny’s Blues”

James Baldwin, “Sonny’s Blues”

James Baldwin, “Sonny’s Blues”. James Baldwin (1924-1987). Born in Harlem, 1924 Illegitimate Mother was a domestic worker Grew up in great poverty Step-father was a factory worker and store-front preacher Baldwin himself was a street preacher for a few years

By ide
(821 views)

“A Separate peace” by: John Knowles

“A Separate peace” by: John Knowles

“A Separate peace” by: John Knowles. Questions to Ponder. Chapter 1. 1. Where did the narrator return to? How long had passed since he had been there last? 2. What two places does the narrator go to visit? 3. What summer does most of the action take place?

By neka
(191 views)

Narrator & Voice

Narrator & Voice

Narrator & Voice. Unit 3. Narrator & Voice. Narrator – who tells the story Controls everything we know about the characters and events Point of View – vantage point from which the author tells a story Three main types of narrators and points of view: Omniscient Point of View

By eshe
(213 views)

7th Grades English Literature Teacher Marcela

7th Grades English Literature Teacher Marcela

7th Grades English Literature Teacher Marcela. The Meeting The Oval Portrait. Tell the story: The Meeting. Theme: the death of two lovers Characters: Narrator: tells the story Young man in Venice: famous, handsome, young man from London

By Mia_John
(488 views)

To Kill A Mockingbird

To Kill A Mockingbird

To Kill A Mockingbird. By Harper Lee. Scout Finch. Scout Finch (Jean Louise)—Narrator of the story. The story takes place from the time Scout is aged 6 to 9 but she tells the story as an adult. Scout is a tomboy who would rather solve problems with her fist than her head.

By devon
(289 views)

Modes of Third - Person Narration

Modes of Third - Person Narration

Modes of Third - Person Narration. Telling the Story. Dialogue and Narration. Dialogue: characters’ “voices” Narration: the narrator’s voice She said , “ Hey, you !” We are interested in narration. Third - Person Narration. Narrator tells “ his ” or “ her ” story.

By beata
(590 views)

Conflicts,Point of View, and Characterization

Conflicts,Point of View, and Characterization

Conflicts,Point of View, and Characterization. An In-Depth Study. What are the types of conflict?. Conflict : a struggle between opposing forces. Conflicts can be internal or external Person v. Person Person v. Nature Person v. Self Person v. Animal Person v. The Supernatural

By wind
(180 views)

Sample PowerPoint Video Storyboard: Westward Expansion and Western Railroad Building

Sample PowerPoint Video Storyboard: Westward Expansion and Western Railroad Building

Sample PowerPoint Video Storyboard: Westward Expansion and Western Railroad Building. Why were the railroads built – who would they serve? How were the railroads built – who supplied the labor and who supplied the money?

By philana
(460 views)

Point-of-view

Point-of-view

Point-of-view. Who tells the story?. First Person POV.

By ivie
(154 views)

Pushing Up the Sky

Pushing Up the Sky

Pushing Up the Sky. Mrs. Stortzum’s 3 rd Grade. The author wrote this story as a play to _________ the reader. entertain. Bony, branching growths or bones on the heads of certain animals. Antlers. Everyone in the tribe had to ______ with a plan. agree.

By morrison
(544 views)

Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time

Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time. Sherlock Holmes.

By conway
(369 views)

Ralph Ellison and Invisible Man

Ralph Ellison and Invisible Man

Ralph Ellison and Invisible Man. Ellison’s Bio (1914-1994). b. in OK frontier Named for Ralph Waldo Emerson Attended Tuskegee Institute in Alabama 1930s: Harlem Renaissance (corresponded with the Jazz Age) 1945: began writing 7 years total to complete Won the national book award

By saxon
(400 views)

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