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Transcript of combat zone
Realistic fiction is set in a real time and place. This genre tells the story of believable events that could have actually happened.
Turn to page 71 and examine the layout of the text.
Why might a soldier regret, or feel sorry about, killing an enemy during war?
Introduction: Oral Cloze
Unit EQ: How can we commemorate the lives of victims of war? How can we use literary elements to enhance our writing?
Lesson EQ: How can we use our words to describe the horrors of war?
Do Now: Use your knowledge of the word fiction to complete the following prompts.
If fiction as a genre represents the writing of untrue or imagined events, realistic fiction must be
An example of realistic fiction is .
Turn to page 60 in your RBook and look at the photos.
How do photos set the scene for a story about the Vietnam War?
The photos set the scene because .
How can you tell that this is a poem?
I can tell that this is a poem because .
Read along silently as I read aloud. When I leave out a word, chime in and read the word aloud.
A soldier might regret killing an enemy during war because .