WARM-UP I f you had three wishes, what would you wish for? Wishing for more wishes is not allowed! Describe in detail what you would wish for and why. BELLWORK: THURSDAY,
10/24/13 1. Place your summary paragraphs on The Third Wish on your desk. 2. Take out your green Comparing Literature chart from yesterday. 3. Take out your Bellwork sheet, containing the objectives & notes on mood and resolution from yesterday.
THE MONKEYS PAW By W.W. Jacobs Pages 85-99 OBJECTIVES I can
identify the mood of a short story by analyzing the author's use of words/phrases. determine the resolution of a short story by analyzing the events and character actions in the stories. REVIEWING MOOD & RESOLUTION
M ood = the overall feeling of a piece of literature R esolution: final part of the story in which the conflict is resolved and the story is brought to a close. Answer the following questions from the PowerPoint on your
green Comparing Stories Chart: The Monkeys Paw The Third Wish Main character _________ What does he want? _________ First wish _________ (and consequences) _________
Second wish _________ (and consequences) _________ Third wish _________ (and consequences) _________ Mood of the story _________ How does the story end?_________
Lesson about life _________ HOMEWORK: 10/24/13 C omplete the "Reading Check" chart from page 100 for "The Monkey's Paw by drawing the chart and answering the sections correctly.
S tudy for Vocabulary Test (#s 11-30 from the handout) on The Landlady tomorrow. READING ANALYSIS QUESTION 1 R espond to the quote: If you keep it, dont
blame me for what happens. W hat does Sergeant Major Morris mean by this? QUESTION 2 xplain how Mr. Whites feelings about the monkeys paw change throughout
the story. Use specific details from the story to support your answer. QUESTION 3 ite at least three instances of FORESHADOWING in the story. Include the exact wording from the story and the page number
xplain why each is an example of foreshadowing. QUESTION 4 hat is the THEME of this story? What are we supposed to learn from this?
QUESTION 5 D ecide whether Herberts death is due to Fate or Coincidence. Using specific examples from the story, write two paragraphs defending your decision about the cause of his death.
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