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  • Leaving Home Stories Selected by: Hazel Rochman and Darlene Z. McCampbell

    Projection Masters & Student Handouts

  • A House of My Own/Saturday at the Canal

    Friendly Frank flips fine flapjacks.

    Will you, William?

    Six sharp smart sharks.

    Silly Sally swiftly shooed seven silly sheep.

    The seven silly sheep Silly Sally shooed shilly-

    shallied south.

    These sheep shouldn’t sleep in a shack; sheep

    should sleep in a shed.

    Tongue

    Twisters

    Tongue Twisters Transparency

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  • A House of My Own/Saturday at the Canal

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    Writing a Cinquain

    A cinquain is a simple,

    five-line poem.

    Line 1: one word

    Line 2: two words

    Line 3: three words

    Line 4: four words

    Line 5: five words

    Cinquain Transparency #1

  • House

    My Own

    Not a daddy's

    Not a man's house

    Myself

    Writing a Cinquain

    Cinquain Transparency #2

    A House of My Own/Saturday at the Canal

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  • Rules of the Game

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    An author can use setting to:

    • Organize the events in the story

    • Develop a character's

    background or personality

    • Make a story realistic

    • Develop a story's theme

    • Create an atmosphere or mood

    How an Author Uses Setting

    Setting Transparency #1

  • Rules of the Game

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    You can ask the following questions about

    setting:

    • Where and when does the action take place?

    • Does the author include many details about

    the setting? If so, why?

    • Does the setting affect the characters?

    If so, how?

    • Does the setting create a certain feeling?

    If so, what is it?

    • Does the setting help communicate a theme?

    If so, how?

    Analyzing a Story’s Setting

    Setting Transparency #2

  • Rules of the Game

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    Describing

    a Place

    Follow these steps when describing a place:

    1. Gather details about the place you are describing.

    Describe things and people you see, as well as things

    you hear, feel, and smell.

    2. Create a sentence that tells your overall impression

    about the place. This will be the topic sentence of

    your description.

    3. Write sentences that describe the place. Use the

    details you have gathered to write sentences that

    support the impression described in your topic

    sentence.

    4. Use words and phrases in your descriptions that your

    readers can picture in their minds. Using metaphors

    and similes can help readers "see" your description.

    Describing a Place Transparency/Handout

  • Beautiful and Cruel/Trip in a Summer Dress

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    Verbal Irony

    Verbal irony occurs when there is a difference

    between what is stated and what is really

    meant.

    Irony Transparency #1

    That sounded

    terrible!

    Wow! I’ve never

    heard music like

    that!

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    Dramatic Irony

    Dramatic irony occurs when there is a

    difference between what a character thinks

    and what the audience knows to be true.

    Harry believes his

    house is haunted,

    but the audience knows that

    it’s just Harry’s Uncle Fred

    playing a trick.

    Irony Transparency #2

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    Situational Irony In situational irony an event or circumstance

    occurs that a character or the audience does not expect.

    The audience is sure that the story’s main character

    will win the race,

    but, in fact, she loses.

    Irony Transparency #3

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    Identifying Irony

    Is it verbal, dramatic, or situational irony?

    Example #1

    (Montressor has led Fortunato, whom he plans to kill, deep

    underground to a damp wine vault. The dampness begins to

    affects Fortunato’s health.)

    “Enough,” [Fortunato] said; “the cough is a mere nothing; it

    will not kill me. I will not die of a cough.”

    “True, true,” [Montressor] replied.

    “The Cask of Amontillado” by Edgar Allan Poe

    Example #2

    Fortunato thinks he is going to the wine vault to taste wine, but

    the audience knows Montressor is planning to murder him there.

    “The Cask of Amontillado” by Edgar Allan Poe

    Example #3

    Two thugs kidnap a boy, expecting his family to pay a large ransom

    for his return. As it turns out, the boy is a brat. The kidnappers

    have to pay the family to take back the boy.

    “The Ransom of Red Chief” by O. Henry

    Irony Transparency #4

  • A symbol is a real object used to

    represent an idea.

    Symbolism

    Symbolism in literature is present

    when a word is used to represent

    an idea that goes beyond the literal

    meaning of the word.

    Symbolism Transparency

    On the Rainy River

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  • My problem: _______________________________________________________________________

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    Reason #1

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    Conclusion: ________________________________________________________________________

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    Opinion Statement Handout

    On the Rainy River

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  • What Elroy is Like:

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    What Tim is Like:

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    Elroy’s Description of Tim

    Elroy

    Berdahl’s

    Journal

    Elroy’s Journal Handout

    On the Rainy River

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  • My opinion about the draft system is: __________________________________________________

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    Reason #1

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    Reason #3

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    Conclusion: ________________________________________________________________________

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    Draft System Opinion Handout

    On the Rainy River