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The Sneetches

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Transcript of The Sneetches

The Sneetches
by: Dr. Seuss
The setting
Took place at a
beach
.
We know it took place at a
beach
because in the book it says "We're the best kind of
Sneetch
on the
beach
."
Also it says "...the Plain-Belly
Sneetches
were moping and doping alone on the
beaches
."
It shows pictures of
beaches
in the book.

The Situation
The
Sneetches
with
stars
we bullying the
Sneetches
without
stars
, because they didn't have
stars
.
Characters
Sylvester McMonkey McBean
Sneetches with stars
Sneetches without stars
The Protagonist
The protagonist in this book are all of the
Sneetches
.
The Antagonist
The
antagonist
in this book is
Sylvester Mcmonkey Mcbean
, because he tricks all the Sneetches and takes their money.
Sylvester Mcmonkey
Mcbean arrives.
Rising Action
Inciting Action
The Sneetches with stars were
bullying the Sneetches without
stars.
Sylvester Mcmonkey
Mcbean came.
Crisis
The Sneetches go
into the machine
Falling Action
All the Sneetches get mixed up.
Conclusion
The Sneetches accept each other for who they are.
STEAL: S
SPEECH
"My Friends," he announced in a voice clear and keen, "my name is Sylvester Mcmonkey Mcbean. And I've heard of your troubles. I''ve heard of you're unhappy. But I can fix that. I'm the fix-it up Chappie. I've come here to help you. I have what you need. And my prices are low and i work at great speed. And my work is one hundred per cent guaranteed!"
Pg.9
SPEECH (continued)
"You want stars like a star-belly sneetch...? My friends you can have them for three dollars each"
Pg.10
STEAL: S
STEAL: T
THOUGHTS
He thinks that the Sneetches are dumb, and he can earn earn money from tricking them.
"Just pay me your money and hop right aboard."
Pg.11
"Belly stars are no longer in style"
Pg.17
EFFECTS ON OTHERS
He tricked the Sneetches into giving him their money, they kept going in and out of the machines and eventually they got mixed up.
"They will never learn, no you can't teach a Sneetch"
Pg.22
STEAL: E
EFFECTS ON OTHERS (continued)
Then came up Mcbean with a very sly wink and he said, "Things are not quite as bad as you think. So you don't know who's who, that's perfectly true. But come with me, friends. Do you know what I'll do? I'll make you again, the best Sneetches on beaches, and all it will cost you is ten dollars eaches."
Pg.14
STEAL: E
ACTIONS
He tricked the Sneetches and took their money.
"What you need is a trip through my star-off machine. So you won't look like Sneetches with stars upon thars."
Pg.17
"This wondrous contraption will take off your stars"
Pg.17
STEAL: A
LOOKS
He has a green hat, with a green bow tie. He has yellow fur, and a long neck
STEAL: L
This Presentation is by:
Riya
Patel
Claire

Hutto
Emily

Mcmurry
Macie

Benge
Conflict
Conflict- The star-bellied sneetches are bullying the sneetches without stars. Also Sylvester McMonkey McBean coming. He is the reason they got so jumbled up. He just wanted their money, but without knowing it he actually solved their problem. He taught them to get along and that it doesnt matter if they have stars or not.
Theme
The theme of the story is
"Individual struggles against society".
Social influences determine a person's destiny.
A person's identity is determined by place in society.


Type of Conflict
The conflict is an
external conflict-
a struggle that occurs between a character and an outside force.
Man vs. Man
Individual Struggles against society
We know it's this theme because...
The
Sneetches
that are ranked lower in society are the
Sneetches without stars
, because of their identity.
The
Sneetches without stars
are struggling against the rest of the society (
Sneetches with stars
) to be like them
The
Sneetches'
destiny is detirmined by whether or not they have
stars.
Conclusion
In the end the Sneetches learned to accept each other for who they are.
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