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Shannon-Analyzing Story Elements
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Analyzing Story Elements
Analyzing Story Elements
How do the elements in a story impact each other?
In the story Chicken Sunday the point of view is first person.
One piece of evidence is that the story said when we passed Mr.Kodinskis hat shop. We watched her paper fan flutter back and fourth. Miss Eula passed the hat shop.
Another piece of evidence is that it said ''then Miss Eula told them something Stewart,Winston and Patricia already knew''. Miss Eula said '' that she believes that they did not throw the eggs. they also said the they can not tell her the truth.
We learned her about feelings. One feeling is horrible because Miss Eula thought they threw the eggs.
If it was third person we would learn more about Miss Eula , Stewart and Winston.
In the story, Chicken Sunday, the setting was in Mr.Kodinskis shop.this setting is important because it is where Mr.Kodinski didn't believe the kids about throwing eggs at the back door.Mr.Kodinski called Miss Eula and made her sad because she believed the children didn't throw the eggs.The characters then went to Mr.Kodinskis shop and told him it wasn't them. he believed the children that time because the first time they were standing by the door and the second time they they weren't.
How do the characters impact the story?
What was the point of view?
How do the events in the story impact each other?
How does the setting impact the story?
What was the theme and how was it presented in the story?
In the story Chicken Sunday by Patricia Polacco. Two main characters are Miss Eula and Mr.Kodinski in the story Miss Eula likes the kids. I know this because in the story it says "That she cooked dinner for them every Sunday." One way Mr.Kodinski does not like the kids is that he did not believed that they did not throw the eggs at the back door of his shop.
At the end of the story they are both nice. One way Miss Eula was nice is that she loved the hat they got her. Mr.kodinski was nice because then he believed they did not throw the eggs.
In the story Chicken Sunday by Patricia Polacco. Two main characters are Miss Eula and Mr.kodinski the story Miss Eula likes the kids.I know this because in the story it said that she cooked them dinner every Sunday. one way Mr.Kodinskidoes not like the kids is that he did not believe that they did not throw the eggs at the back door of his shop.
At the end of the story they are both nice.miss Eula was nice because she loved the hat they bought her. Mr.Kodinski was nice because he believed that they did not throw the eggs at the back door of his hat shop.