3rd Six Weeks Project

By:Briana Oliva

The 5W's

who:who did it?

what: what happened ?

where: where did it happened ?

when: when did it happened ?

why: why did it happened ?

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Brainstorming Idea(Graphic Organizer)

Brainstorming is a great technique to solve a problem, create new ideas, or gather information through discussion.

The concept of brainstorming has seemed to evolve with times. Previously, brainstorming was limited to a group discussion on a chalkboard and words written down in a semi-organized way.

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Revising and Editing Techniques

  1. Revising takes practice:
    Try reviewing with a limited agenda, for example with focus on vocabulary,
    and build from there.
  2. Read the paper out loud to yourself.
    Read it slowly. How does it "sound?"
  3. Cover the text with a blank paper,
    and lower it down as you read for a line by line analysis.

Does the text flow in an effective manner?
Is it too long for what you wish to say? too short?
Keep in mind your audience: they do not know what you do.
They rely on what information you give them, in the order you give it to them

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Influence on Plot Development

In order to find the meaning in writing, you should look for the theme. The theme is created through the structure. How the author organizes his or her work will affect how we interpret it. Because all elements relate to the structure, we should spend time studying the plot, how ideas are organized, how characters are introduced, what changes, and what is resolved in the story.

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Plot and Settings Stories

Once students are aware that all stories have elements of character, setting, plot, theme, point of view, style, and tone; they can be encouraged to ask
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Point of View

1.

a specified or stated manner of consideration or appraisal; standpoint:

from the point of view of a doctor.



2.

an opinion, attitude, or judgment:

He refuses to change his point of view in the matter.



3.

the position of the narrator in relation to the story, as indicated by thenarrator's outlook from which the events are depicted and by theattitude toward the characters.

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Type of Vocabulary Characters Use

A total of 588 vocabulary words and phrases that appear in Poe's stories and ... Achilles was a character in mythology who was invincible everywhere except his ...... word or phrase literally denoting one kind of object or idea is used in place
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Sensory Languge

In writing, sensory language is a way for a writer to help the reader see or connect with an image, description, action, or scene. Sensory language islanguage that connects to the five senses (sight, sound, smell, taste, touch) to create an image or description.
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Mood

  1. 1.

    a temporary state of mind or feeling.

    "he appeared to be in a very good mood about something"

    synonyms:frame/state of mind, humor, temper; More






adjective

  1. 1.

    (especially of music) inducing or suggestive of a particular feeling or state of mind.

    "mood music"

    synonyms:in the right frame of mind, wanting to, inclined to, disposed to, minded to, eager to, willing to

    "I don't like to go to the casino unless I'm in the mood"

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Out Lines

  1. 1.

    a line or set of lines enclosing or indicating the shape of an object in a sketch or diagram.

    "fill in the outlines with color"

    synonyms:silhouette, profile, shape, contours, form, line, delineation; More




  2. 2.

    a general description or plan giving the essential features of something but not the detail.

    "an outline of the theory of evolution"

    synonyms:rough idea, thumbnail sketch, (quick) rundown, summary, synopsis,résumé, précis; More


verb

3rd person present: outlines

  1. 1.

    draw, trace, or define the outer edge or shape of (something).

    "her large eyes were darkly outlined with eyeliner"

    synonyms:silhouette, define, demarcate; More


  2. 2.

    give a summary of (something).

    "she outlined the case briefly"

    synonyms:rough out, sketch out, draft, give a rough idea of, summarize, précis

    "she outlined the plan briefly"

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Character Development

refers to the process of creating a believable character in fiction by giving the character depth and personality.
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Setting

1.

the place or type of surroundings where something is positioned or where an event takes place.

"cozy waterfront cottage in a peaceful country setting"

synonyms: surroundings, position, situation, environment, background, backdrop, milieu, environs, habitat; More

2.

a speed, height, or temperature at which a machine or device can be adjusted to operate.

"if you find the room getting too hot, check the thermostat setting"

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Hook Statement

An essay hook is the first one-two sentences of your essay, its introductory part, which serves to grab a reader's attention and let him decide whether he wants to continue reading this essay or not.Feb 24, 2014
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