Use the story “Aaron’s Gift” on p. 112 of your reading text book to answer the following questionsUse the story “Aaron’s Gift” on p. 112 of your reading text book to answer the following questions
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Cinematic StorytellingCinematic Storytelling
Cinematic storytelling manipulates our emotions, revealing character and plot without our immediate knowledge
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Author Study O. Henry a writer by ProfessionAuthor Study O. Henry a writer by Profession
It was never intended that I should write novels I was designed, created, and set going to write short stories, and as long as I stick to that I will have my measure of success
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Group Project #1: Analyzing and Presenting a Short Story and its Narrative ElementsGroup Project #1: Analyzing and Presenting a Short Story and its Narrative Elements
Each Group member needs to assume a role write the names of your group members beside their primary responsibility
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Released: 1999 Director: Gil JungerReleased: 1999 Director: Gil Junger
A story in which the fiery character of Katarina Stratford meets her match in school tough guy Patrick Verona. Menawhile Kat’s younger sister, Bianca
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The Cold EquationsThe Cold Equations
Stardust; it is also set in the year 2178
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Amigo Brothers- review Sheet Name Grade 8 Circle the correct answers belowAmigo Brothers- review Sheet Name Grade 8 Circle the correct answers below
On page 492, Felix is described as being “groggy but still game.” What does that phrase mean?
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Masaryk university brno faculty of educationMasaryk university brno faculty of education
Wendroff, Jana. Supernatural in Hamlet and Macbeth; bachelor thesis. Brno: Masaryk University, Faculty of education, Department of English Language and Literature, 2007. 42 pages. The supervisor of Bachelor thesis is Mgr
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Short Stories—Paragraph AssessmentShort Stories—Paragraph Assessment
Directions: For this assignment, you will write one paragraph explaining one element of fiction from the short story unit. You will choose one of the two most recent short stories we have read in class to complete your analysis
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Human Mind Through Film – Dr. J. Mior Film Study WorksheetHuman Mind Through Film – Dr. J. Mior Film Study Worksheet
As you watch the film or at the film’s end, make short notes to yourself so that you can use the information for writing assignments and discussion. You do not need to fill in each section or fill up each line
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Elements of Fiction (Fables, Fariytales, and Folktales)Elements of Fiction (Fables, Fariytales, and Folktales)
Antagonist is the character who opposes the main character. Sometimes the antagonist is an outside force in the story
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A man Who Had No EyesA man Who Had No Eyes
Read the short story, and using the foolscap provided, respond to the following questions. Write in complete sentences having regard for proper sentence structure, mechanics, grammar, and style
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A retrieved ReformationA retrieved Reformation
What advice does the warden give Jimmy just before Jimmy is released from prison? How does Jimmy respond to the warden?
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Plot: a series of events that make up a story. Inciting IncidentPlot: a series of events that make up a story. Inciting Incident
Fiction and short stories usually have the following elements: 1 Plot 2 Characters 3 Setting 4 Mood 5 Conflict 6 Theme
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Literary TerminologyLiterary Terminology
Genre – a type of literature (essay, poem, short story, drama, novel, memoir, etc.)
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