March 26-29 English 9 Activities and Homework

26 Mon 

  • Quiz Review of Story, Prose, and Poetic Terms
  • Journal Prompt: Have you ever told a story then heard the same story told from another's point of view? How did the story differ? Did one prefer to reveal less than the other? "My Story Their Story"
  • Pg 305-307 Differentiate between the three major points of view: 
  • omniscient viewpoint, 
  • limited omniscient viewpoint, and 
  • first-person viewpoint


27 Tue



  • Discuss with your table group about: 
    • The story's "Point of View" find an example from the text to support your view.
    • Exposition
    • Inciting Incident
    • Rising Action
    • Climax
    • Falling action
    • Crisis
    • Dénouement 

28 Wed


  • Discuss with your table group about: 
    • The story's "Point of View" find an example from the text to support your view.
    • Exposition
    • Inciting Incident
    • Rising Action
    • Climax
    • Falling action
    • Crisis
    • Dénouement 
  • Explore Foreshadowing
  • Explore situational/verbal Irony 






29 Thu
  • Pg 319-328 Read "After the Battle" Joseph A. Altsheler
  • Journal Prompt: How is the story resolved?
  • Discuss with your table group about: 
    • The story's "Point of View" find an example from the text to support your view.
    • Exposition
    • Inciting Incident
    • Rising Action
    • Climax
    • Falling action
    • Crisis
    • Dénouement
30 Friday - No Homework 

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