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Off in the distance?

by | Sep 22, 2022 | American Literature

 

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I will write from the point of view of:
Write your response below. Be sure to be specific and fill up the entire box!
Narrative Journal–Week of October 3
Focus: CHARACTER
Consider the conflict you wrote about in the journal above. Describe the ways in which your character changed or grew because of this conflict. Is your character a different person now? What did they learn?
Write your response here. Be sure to be specific and fill up the entire box!
Narrative Journal—Week of October 10
Focus: SETTING
Setting refers to the time, place, and context of the story. Think about the SETTING of the conflict you described for your character in your first journal. Close your eyes for a minute and REALLY try to picture your character in that location before you begin this journal response. Mentally transport yourself to that place at the exact time the conflict occurred.
This journal has two parts to it. Be sure to complete BOTH PARTS.
First, answer at least 8 of the 12 questions about the setting of your conflict.
Then describe the setting in paragraph form.
What year (or decade) is it?
What time of day is it?
What is the season?
What is the weather like?
Where is your character? (place)
What surrounds them? (crowds of people?)
What is above them? (a ceiling fan? dark clouds?)
Below them (the grass? A wooden floor?)
Directly beside them?
Off in the distance?
What is the general atmosphere/mood of this place?
What sounds did they hear at this place?
WRITE YOUR SETTING PARAGRAPH HERE:
Narrative Journal—Week of October 17
Focus: PLOT
Using all of the work you have done in this narrative journal, identify the plot points of your character’s story in the table below. You can use bullet points. You may copy and paste words and phrases from your previous journals into the table.
Write your response here.
Exposition
(setting)
Rising Action
Climax
Falling Action
Resolution
Example:
classroom
Narrator’s 11th bday
Example:
Ms. Price asks about owner of sweater
Rachel has difficulty responding
Example:
Ms. Price forces Rachel to wear the sweater, causing her to be embarrassed.
Example:
Another student admits the sweater is hers.
Example:
Rachel regrets the event and feelings experienced on her birthday.

 

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