The short story important termsThe short story important terms
Atmosphere – the prevailing mood of a literary work, particularly when that mood is established in part by setting
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Avengers dissemble! Transmedia superhero franchises and cultic management Aaron Taylor, University of Lethbridge AbstractAvengers dissemble! Transmedia superhero franchises and cultic management Aaron Taylor, University of Lethbridge Abstract
In short, blockbuster intermediality is not only indicative of the economics of post-literary adaptation, but it also exemplifies a corporate strategy that aims for the strategic co-option of potentially unruly niche audiences
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Literary elements: the basic sixLiterary elements: the basic six
Literary elements are the elements (pieces or ingredients) of which literature is made
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Literary Elements and Devices PlotLiterary Elements and Devices Plot
Plot: The sequence of events in a story or play. The plot always has a beginning, middle and end. There are 6 main sections to a plot. They are: introduction, inciting action, rising action, crisis, climax
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Literary devices short story elements: literary devicesLiterary devices short story elements: literary devices
F:\Nick handouts for correcting\X-files for pdf\R 10 Elements for Analyzing Fiction doc J. Robinson/2006
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Who tells the story? Year level: 2–3Who tells the story? Year level: 2–3
In this unit students read different versions of popular stories and gain an understanding of how a story can be told from different points of view. They develop character profiles and a digital story based on one of the stories
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Teacher’s Notes for Storytelling Sessions Beginning the storyTeacher’s Notes for Storytelling Sessions Beginning the story
Whenever you use a story in your class it is a good idea to set up some kind of preparation ceremony so that the children will get used to winding down a little and prepare themselves to listen
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Exam Worth: 25% of final mark Exam TimeExam Worth: 25% of final mark Exam Time
Note: For entry into the exam room, all novels must be returned before the start of the exam. Students cannot leave until one hour into the exam; students cannot enter after one hour of the exam time as passed
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Write Inside the Story to Help You Read WellWrite Inside the Story to Help You Read Well
Write a bit to help you go into the story. Write a few lines that could belong in it. Resume reading
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Literary Terms Genre: This is a type of literature. Ex drama, comedy, fantasy, etc. Short StoryLiterary Terms Genre: This is a type of literature. Ex drama, comedy, fantasy, etc. Short Story
Short Story: Fictional narrative. Usually found in collections like anthologies. (1-30 pages)
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Teacher Packet Dear EducatorTeacher Packet Dear Educator
The matinees are what our youth performers look forward to all year long, because their message is extremely personal and they know that other young people can relate to it and possibly find hope and inspiration from it
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Learning objectivesLearning objectives
Give everyone a copy of the story. You may read it aloud while the students read it silently. Another alternative would be for you to take the role of narrator and assign particular students to read the dialogue of each of the characters
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An Analysis of the Effectiveness of Silence in Edmond Rostand’sAn Analysis of the Effectiveness of Silence in Edmond Rostand’s
How was your understanding of cultural and contextual considerations of the work developed through the interactive oral?
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Abridgement/abridgment: a shortened version of a work that aims to retain the sense of the original. AbstractAbridgement/abridgment: a shortened version of a work that aims to retain the sense of the original. Abstract
Abstract: (n.): A summary (q V.) made of a work of prose non-fiction, such as an abstract of a work of scholarship or research
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The course includes the following drama selectionsThe course includes the following drama selections
This course explores the elements of drama and presents excerpts of plays as well as one complete play. It also includes scenarios where fictional students discuss the meaning of the works
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