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E1 Unit 2

English 1 Unit 2

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The perspective from which a story is told is called Point of View
The voice that tells the story is called the Narrator
When the narrator is a character in the story, this is ____ person point of view First Person
Two pronoun clues for first point of view are I, Me, We, My, Mine, Our
A ____ person narrator can interpret events incorrectly First Person
A ____ person narrator can make the story seem real - as if the narrator is talking to you. First Person
A limitation of the ___ person narrator is he presents ONLY HIS thoughts and feelings. First Person
A limitation of the ___ person narrator is he has no access to thoughts and feelings of other characters. First Person
A ___ person narrator is NOT a character in the story. Third Person
List three pronouns that are clues there is a Third Person Narrator. He She They
When there is a ___ person narrator, the reader might not feel as connected to the characters because the story is told in a less personal way. Third Person
A third person narrator can be ____ if he knows all the characters' feelings and thoughts. Omniscient
A third person narrator can be ___ if is focuses on the thoughts and feelings of only one character Limited
Athletic, shy, arrogant, and wise are examples of _____. Character Traits
Revealing a character by showing and not telling is called ____ ____. Indirect Characterization
What are the 3 Methods of Characterization? 1. Physical Appearance 2. (SAT) Speech, Actions, Thoughts 3. Other Characters
DIFFICULT! Using the PHYSICAL APPEARANCE Method of Characterization, list 4 things (from the list) that can be used to describe the character 1. Gestures 2. Clothes 3. Physical Characteristics 4. Body Language 5. Facial Expression 6. Mannerisms
DIFFICULT! Using the SPEECH, THOUGHTS, ACTIONS Method of Characterization, list 4 things (from the list)that can be used to describe the character. 1. Tastes 2. Speech Patterns 3. Habits 4. Talents 5. Abilities 6. Interaction with Others
DIFFICULT! Using the OTHER CHARACTERS Method of Characterization, list 2 things (from the list)that can be used to describe the character. 1. reactions to the character 2. relationships with the character 3. impression of the character's reputation 4. traits that contrast with the character traits
The reasons behind a character's actions is called ___ motivation
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