Point of View (1st person, 2nd person, 3rd person limited, 3rd person omnicient)
Setting, Mood, & Imagery
Tone, Author's Style, & Voice
Denotation & Connotation
Theme & Symbol
Absent? Missed a short story that we read in class? Forgot to write down the page numbers for an assignment?
Where to find it in the workbook
Where to find it in the textbook
What the assignment was
"The Most Dangerous Game"
5-24 (Article about Survival Skills is on pp. 28-31)
HW: pp. 25-26 In class: Plot Folder & 1/2 sheet of questions about conflict, foreshadowing, and flashback
Photocopied packet handed out in class
In-class: Answer margin questions about protagonist, antagonist, and point of view HW: Responding to "Fish Eyes" worksheet
"Where Have You Gone, Charming Billy?"
199-206 (Article about Vietnam War is on pp. 210-212)
752-759 (Author interview is on p. 760)
HW: pp. 207-208 AND one side of the Characterization worksheet
"The Cask of Amontillado"
73-78 (Related non-fiction articles are on pp. 82-85)
344-351 (The "real" story that may have inspired Poe is on p. 352)
In-class: Guided Analysis Media Study worksheet about setting, mood, irony, imagery, and characterization
"The Sound of Thunder"
34-47 (Article about time travel is on p. 51)
HW: "All Roads Lead to Theme" Worksheet
Elements of Literature Concept Map
Elements of Literature.isf To open this file, you need to download Inspiration software. Free 30 day trial is available online. I would really recommend you do this, as the file contains links to more detailed information about the literary terms. Otherwise, you can see the main ideas below: