HOMEWORK!!!!

made by:JOEL R.

SETTING!!!

1: the place and conditions in which something happens or exists

2: the time, place, and conditions in which the action of a book, movie, etc., takes place

3: the rooms, painted backgrounds, furniture, etc., that are used for a scene in a movie or play

WRITING PROCESS

  1. Good writers respond to all of the rhetorical problems
  2. Good writers build their problem representation by creating a particularly rich network of goals for affecting a reader.
  3. Good writers represent the problem not only in more breadth, but in depth.

PLOT

Plot is a literary term used to describe the events that make up a story or the main part of a story. These events relate to each other in a pattern or a sequence. The structure of a novel depends on the organization of events in the plot of the story

POINT OF VEIW

a particular attitude or way of considering a matter.

"I'm trying to get Matthew to change his point of view"

synonyms:opinion, view, belief, attitude, feeling, sentiment, thoughts; More


  • (in fictional writing) the narrator's position in relation to the story being told.

    "this story is told from a child's point of view"

  • the position from which something or someone is observed.

    "certain aspects are not visible from a single point of view

GRABERS

1. A definition: While dictionary definitions are ok, most people find them to be quite dry. Try to paraphrase, or write your own unique take on a definition whenever you can. “When we intentionally make false statements, we lie. Lies are regarded as sins, vices, transgressions, and immoral offences.” “Business is more than just an exchange of funds for services or goods.”2. A quotation or paraphrase: If you use a quote, make sure that it is relevant to your topic, background information or your thesis in some way. Avoid over-used quotes or clichés, or if you must, try to put your own original spin on an old cliché. “The playwright George Bernard Shaw provided us with the memorable definition ‘Those who can, do. Those who can’t, teach.’ The film director Woody Allen took the definition one step further: ‘Those who can’t teach, teach gym’.” “Everyone has heard the old saying “Time flies,” but I never expected the truth to be so literal