Review this following powerpoint on text structure to enhance your understanding of non-fictional text.
Please copy down these cloze notes and use the powerpoint below to fill in the missing information.
One question to ask - _____________________________________
One question to ask - _______________________________________
________________ – literal or dictionary meaning
One question to ask - What words really _________ _________ and are important?
Two categories of tone: ____________ or _______________.
This project is due on October 26, 2018. You must have a written myth and a visual. Make sure that you read through ALL documents for clarification. Click here for the rubric. Examples of one pagers can be found here.
Click on the picture below and take notes in your writer'snotebook. Complete #7 on page 65 after you have read through the powerpoint.
Plot concerns the organization of the main events of a work of fiction. Most plots will trace some process of change in which characters are caught up in a conflict that is eventually resolved. The different elements of a plot can be formulated on a plot diagram.
Scholars, utilize the following types of leads for your personal narrative writing.
Powerpoint from today's lesson. Please make sure that your narrative has both of these elements.
Students should be composing a rough draft of their personal narrative. They will receive a grade and will be able to do peer editing on Wednesday. This will assist in the composition of the final draft. The final draft is due on Monday, October 8, 2018 in Edmodo by 12 midnight!
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