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Copy of Influence of setting on plot
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Setting can be:
Environment Results Research Just in case you didn't know... Notes Place your own picture
behind this frame! Double click to crop it if necessary San Francisco Budapest Place can be:
the physical location
county or state
city or country
type of neighborhood (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr Stockholm (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr Think of the three little pigs. Knowing how setting influences plot helps comprehension. Time can be:
day, month, year
future, past, present Environment can be:
details in surroundings
What is going on around the characters? crowded, isolated
What is the weather like? setting influences plot! What if the pigs lived in the desert? What would they have made their homes of? They lived in an area where
sticks and hay could be found. Your assignment:
www.google.com List 3 settings you found in your book and the page number where you located these settings.
Choose one of the settings and explain how the setting influences the plot.
Include the name of your book, underlined, and the author's name.
The Three Little Pigs by James Orchard
* Spring pg. 4
* Brick House pg. 26
* Forest pg. 2
The setting of the brick house is important to the plot because the Big Bad Wolf was able to ruin the straw houses. He was unable to blow down the brick house, and that kept the pigs safe. If the pigs had to run to one of the straw houses or find cover elsewhere, the Wolf would have blown the straw house down or been able to catch them. The pigs would have been eaten.