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Making INFERENCES Author IMPLICATIONS in The Killing Joke Conclusions suggested by the author that aren’t directly stated Conclusions drawn by the reader based on evidence and reason

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Conclusions drawn by the reader based on evidence and reason. Making INFERENCES. Conclusions suggested by the author that aren’t directly stated. Author IMPLICATIONS in The Killing Joke. Framing your answers for this activity. SENTENCE FRAMES I can infer that _____________________. - PowerPoint PPT Presentation

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Making INFERENCES

Making INFERENCESAuthor IMPLICATIONS in The Killing JokeConclusions suggested by the author that arent directly stated Conclusions drawn by the reader based on evidence and reasonFraming your answers for this activitySENTENCE FRAMESI can infer that _____________________.The author implies that ______________.My inference is that _________________.The authors implication is that ________.Wait a minute. The Joker gets his white skin by falling into a vat of water?!

If something doesnt make sense, go back and check the evidence.

Consider this evidence:

What is the main implication?(write answer down individually) Consider this evidence:

What is the main implication?(write answer down individually)Discussion Questions:Why does the author imply so much information? In other words, why doesnt the author just illustrate and create dialogue telling the reader that the Joker in jail is a fake? Is it fair to expect the reader to infer so much from the story? Is it fair in The Killing Joke? Is it fair in Hills Like White Elephants?What is the Point-of-View in The Killing Joke? Is it possible to tell a story in the graphic novel format from any of the other points-of-view (1st-person, 3rd-person limited, or 3rd-person omniscient)? How might the author have done this?