Lesson 1 What is Descriptive Language?Lesson 1 What is Descriptive Language?
Brian Robeson stared out the window of the small plane at the endless green northern wilderness below. It was a small plane, a Cessna 406 a bushplane and the engine was so loud, so roaring and consuming and loud
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4. knowledge of literature and methods for effective teaching4. knowledge of literature and methods for effective teaching
Identify the characteristics of various literary genres, movements, and critical approaches
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Project Theme Park! After reading several different books in 6Project Theme Park! After reading several different books in 6
After reading several different books in 6th grade this year, including several genres, it’s your turn to design a theme park that represents your favorite story elements!
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Plot, character, settingPlot, character, setting
Plot: a series of related actions or episodes that will lead to the climax and resolution of a story
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Short Story Unit PlanShort Story Unit Plan
We will begin the unit by reading and analyzing texts together as a class, then progress to the point where you are able to work on your own in the same active manner
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Allegory – a story or tale with two or more levels of meaning – a literal level and one or more symbolic levels. The events, setting, and characters in an allegory are symbols for ideas and qualities. Ex: alliterationAllegory – a story or tale with two or more levels of meaning – a literal level and one or more symbolic levels. The events, setting, and characters in an allegory are symbols for ideas and qualities. Ex: alliteration
Alliteration – the repetition of initial consonant sounds, used to give emphasis to words, imitate sounds, and create musical effect. Ex: “Once upon a midnight dreary while I pondered weak and weary…” (Poe)
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Cunningham Intermediate School 234 Handy reference for students: Reading and Literary TermsCunningham Intermediate School 234 Handy reference for students: Reading and Literary Terms
Alliteration: The repetition of consonant sounds, most often at the beginning of words
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Student work packetStudent work packet
Take 5 minutes to read over this page, before you begin. Use this page as a reference as you complete the work through the packet
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Directions: Read the following sentence carefully and answer the questions below \"True\"Directions: Read the following sentence carefully and answer the questions below "True"
I found myself out on the dark January streets, jumping over snow banks and skidding along icy patches of sidewalk
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Definition TermDefinition Term
The point in a story when the tension peaks and the central conflict is confronted
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Standards-based Assessment Bank 8th grade PoetryStandards-based Assessment Bank 8th grade Poetry
This multiple-choice question asks students to answer questions that are not directly stated in the story or passage
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Remember (B1) understand (B2)Remember (B1) understand (B2)
Tell, List, Describe, Relate, Locate, Write, Find, State, Name, Identify, Label, Recall, Define, Recognize, Match, Reproduce, Memorize, Draw, Select, Recite
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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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Collection 1: Parts of a StoryCollection 1: Parts of a Story
Characters – people, animals, or imaginary creatures that take part in the story; some characters are complex and change during the story (dynamic) and others will have few traits and remain the same
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What 9th Graders Need to Know About Literary Devices Literary Elements, Techniques and Terms Ms. Baisley English 9What 9th Graders Need to Know About Literary Devices Literary Elements, Techniques and Terms Ms. Baisley English 9
Person versus Self is internal conflict. It is those conflicts an individual has with his or her conscience
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