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Setting (3A)

Literary Analysis Unit, Grade 8. Lesson 2
by

Amy Edmonds-Frost M.S.

on 3 September 2014

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Transcript of Setting (3A)

Setting
When and where a
story takes place

When &
Where
3. IMPACT
A. Atmosphere:
B. Character:
This setting is a "BACKDROP,"
because it could take place at any time or place, without changing the main storyline.
2. TYPES
A. Backdrop:
This type of setting has details, but they are not essential to the storyline. The story could occur at another place and time without a change to the story.
B. Integral:
In this type of setting the story must occur at the specific time and place in order for the story to work.
When &
Where
1.Details
A. Time:
Century, year, month, day,
hour, minute, second...
B. Place
World, country, territory/
state, city, neighborhood,
street, house, room...

creates a mood or feeling
may impact characters' actions
C. Conflict:
the setting/environment can be
as important as a main character
This setting is "INTEGRAL", because it directly impacts the storyline.
This could take place
in New Jersey today
without changing the story.
This is on the day before the
attack on Pearl Harbor, in Honolulu, Hawaii.
story 1:
"Aloha 2002"
story 2:
"Aloha 1941"
Only as the story develops will we be able to tell:
how the ATMOSPHERE impacts the setting,
how CHARACTERS react to the setting, and
how, or if a CONFLICT arises from the setting.
Both postcards/stories were fabricated (made up) making them FICTIONAL in genre, however, the have different sub-generes.
Let's review and determine the genre of these stories/postcards as we have already learned.
The premise of this story is a believable one that is not set in a historic/significant time thus making it of the "REALISTIC" fiction sub-genre.
The premise of this story IS one that HAS historic/significance, thus making it of the "HISTORICAL" fiction sub-genre.
Now, you try!
The story of "Finding Nemo" takes place:
When?
Present
Where?
The Ocean
"The Pirates of the Caribbean" takes place:
When?
Where?
Past
The Caribbean
"Wall-E" is intended to take place:
When?
Where?
Future
Space/Earth
Let's review
Really
Quickly!
WHat's the P.O.V of these Postcards?
FIRST PERSON!
Finally, what type of
setting is it?
Integral?
OR
Background
Background
Integral
Integral
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