Literature Circle, Role 7: Scene Setter Describe the settings where this week’s reading takes place. Option 1



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Literature Circle, Role 7: Scene Setter

Describe the settings where this week’s reading takes place.
OPTION 1:

Draw the settings where this week’s reading began. If there is more than one location that appears in this week’s reading, draw each key setting. Answer the questions below for each setting.


SETTING 1

List 7-10 descriptive words that the author used to help you “see” this location:

What action took place at this place?






SETTING 2

List 7-10 descriptive words that the author used to help you “see” this location:

What action took place at this place?




OPTION 2:

Describe the setting where this week’s reading takes place. Make sure you use LOTS of descriptive words to help you create imagery. Your paper needs to include a complete, detailed description of the setting where the story begins at the start of this section of reading. The main events that happened in this section of reading need to be explained. Describe where the story ends at the stopping point of this section of reading. Use complete sentences and good organization.



OPTION 3:

In an innovative way give a complete, detailed description of the beginning setting. Describe all key events that occur that this setting. Use words to “paint” a picture of the location. . Describe where the story ends at the stopping point of this section of reading. Use complete sentences and good organization.


You may want to create a travel brochure for the scene or an advertisement.




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