3rd Six Weeks Homework Assignment

Brooklin Miller

Brainstorming Ideas

You can use a graphic organizer to help organize your thoughts before you start writing your paper

Revising and Editing

You have to revise and edit your paper to make grammar and punctuation is correctly done.
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Influence of the Setting on plot development

The setting on the plot development is important because it shows the relationship of the characters to the story. It also explains what the characters are doing and why.

Plot and Setting

The plot and setting are important because it paints a picture for the reader on where the story is taking place.

Points of View

Here are the possible points of view you can encounter in a story:

First Person: where the story is narrated by one character at a time. This character may be speaking about him or herself or sharing events that he or she is experiencing.

Second Person: where the narrator tells the story to another character using the word 'you.' The author could be talking to the audience, which we could tell by the use of 'you,' 'you're,' or 'your.'

Third Person: writing from the third person point of view and uses pronouns like he, she, it, or they. It differs from the first person, which uses pronouns such as I and me, and from the second person, which uses pronouns such as you and yours.

Omniscient: where the narrator knows all the thoughts, actions, and feelings of all characters. The author may move from character to character to show how each one contributes to the plot.

Limited Points of View: the narrator only knows the thoughts and feelings of one character.