The Scarlet Ibis
By- James Hurst
"How many miles it had traveled to die like this, in our yard, beneath the bleeding tree." When the Scarlett Ibis dies it symbolizes Doodle's death at the end of the short story. Both the Scarlett Ibis and Doodle came so far in their lifetime only to fail, (die.) The bleeding tree represents the Doodle's blood when he dies.
Explanation: Brother is angry at Doodle because he is slower to develop the ability to walk than the other kids
Example: Brother has an angry tone at the beginning of the play.
Some of the Characters
How and Why Doodle Died
Pros- Cool, very easy to use
Cons- Not for school work
Did we like it- No, it was for advertising/ Flyer and it was like a powerpoint