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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
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Point of View

Point of View

Point of View. English 7 & 8.

By wentworth
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“The Veldt”

“The Veldt”

Ray Bradbury. “The Veldt”. Science-fiction and fantasy Best known for his novel Fahrenheit 451. Ray bradbury. A category of literary work Short Story – Science Fiction. Genre. Giving hints of what is to come later in the story

By meiying
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“Marine Corps Issue”

“Marine Corps Issue”

“Marine Corps Issue”. David McLean. Allusion . A reference to a literary work, a famous person, place or event. Allusions help readers identify when/where the story takes place and makes the plot more realistic. Examples – Apocalypse Now, a movie about the Vietnam War

By Antony
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Journal

Journal

Journal. “The Gift of the Magi” is about personal sacrifice. The police and firefighters of New York made tremendous sacrifices on September 11, 2001. Describe a time in your life when you have made a sacrifice for someone else in order to solve a problem. . The Gift of the Magi. Let’s SALSA.

By olive
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Point of View Day 2

Point of View Day 2

Point of View Day 2. 18 April 2012. Nonparticipant Point of View. Third person Third person pronouns: he, him, she, her, they, them Three types of third person Third person omniscient Third person limited omniscient Dramatic (objective) narrator. Third Person Omniscient.

By eydie
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The Short Story

The Short Story

The Short Story. A short story is a short piece of fiction We will explore the elements of short stories through review of “Cinderella ”. Setting. Setting is the time and place of the story’s action. Setting includes ideas, customs, values, and beliefs. The setting in “Cinderella”.

By hugh
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Vocabulary

Vocabulary

Vocabulary . 9 th literature. 9/6—Literary terms. Text: any arrangement of words Genre : category of literature Major Genre: prose, verse, drama Minor Genre: specific subdivisions of major genre Narrative : text that tells a story . 9/6 Vocabulary.

By elsa
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Vocabulary

Vocabulary

Vocabulary . 9 th literature. 9/6—Literary terms. Text: any arrangement of words Genre : category of literature Major Genre: prose, verse, drama Minor Genre: specific subdivisions of major genre Narrative : text that tells a story . 9/6 Vocabulary.

By nhi
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SEMESTER FINAL REVIEW

SEMESTER FINAL REVIEW

SEMESTER FINAL REVIEW. ENGLISH 2013. PAGE 1 LITERARY ELEMENTS. Point of view Irony Mood Setting Characterization Protagonist Symbol Allusion theme. 10. Conflict 11. Metaphor 12. Hyperbole 13. Alliteration 14. Personification 15. onomatopoeia. LITERARY ELEMENTS PAGE 2.

By isleen
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Pride and Prejudice

Pride and Prejudice

Pride and Prejudice. Jane Austen. Pride and Prejudice By Jane Austen. Tapping into Background Knowledge… What do you know / what have you heard about this novel? What do you think you will learn / what do you hope to learn as we read this novel? .

By annick
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Point Of View

Point Of View

Point Of View. The point of which the story is told. 1 st Person Point OF View. First person point of view is a point of view in which an "I" or "we" serves as the narrator of a piece of fiction. Black Beauty by Anna Sewell is written as first person - from the horse's point of view.

By susane
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Jeopardy :

Jeopardy :

Jeopardy :. Jeopardy Review Game. Writing techniques. Theme. Elements of a S.S. Point Of view. Who knows?. $1. $1. $1. $1. $1. $2. $2. $2. $2. $2. $3. $3. $3. $3. $3. $4. $4. $4. $4. $4. $5. $5. $5. $5. $5.

By gavivi
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Point of View

Point of View

Point of View. 1 st Person. In a story told by a first person narrator, do you Only know what that character knows, thinks, and feels Know what all of the characters in the story think and feel Know what some of the characters in the story think and feel

By adolph
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Types of Narrator

Types of Narrator

Types of Narrator. What is a narrator?. The narrator is the storyteller. The author is the writer. They are not always the same person, but they sometimes are. There are three main types of narrators, or points of view:. First-Person Narrator.

By ruana
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Point of View

Point of View

Point of View. The way an author allows you to “see” and “hear” what’s going on in a story It matters who tells the story, to us, the reader Author chooses inside perspective or outside perspective. What is it? . Point of View. I’m gonna tell you MY story! . First-person

By kipling
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Vocabulary

Vocabulary

Vocabulary . 9 th literature. 9/6—Literary terms. Text: any arrangement of words Genre : category of literature Major Genre: prose, verse, drama Minor Genre: specific subdivisions of major genre Narrative : text that tells a story . 9/6 Vocabulary.

By chinue
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1 st Person Point of View

1 st Person Point of View

1 st Person Point of View. When a character in the story tells the story. 3 rd Person Limited. Narrator sees the world through one character’s eyes and reveals only that character’s thoughts. 3 rd Person Omniscient. Narrator can tell readers what any character thinks or feels. Imagery.

By asa
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Literary Elements

Literary Elements

Literary Elements. Foreshadowing. A hint about an event that will occur later in the story. Often designed to build suspense and keep the reader guessing about the outcome of an event. Example: “At the time, we had no idea that we would never see her again.”

By bobby
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point of view

point of view

point of view. Academic Vocabulary Word #1 Please write the word and the date in your vocabulary book, but do NOT write anything else. Point of View. Please d o NOT shout out your answers for this exercise .

By diem
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