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Mood and tone

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Aimee Waits

on 29 September 2015

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mood: is the feeling a piece of literature causes the reader to have, the over all feeling of a passage, or the dominant impression or emotional atmosphere evoked by the text.
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Mood: happy, sad, mad etc.



Tone: ironic, scary, amused etc.
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get in groups of 5 and
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https://jeopardylabs.com/play/mood-and-tone-jeopardy
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Tone: the manner, a feeling or atmosphere the author has meant to set in the story, or towards a subject. it can also be considered as the attitude or feeling of the writer towards a subject.
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with a partner, we will pass the papers out.
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what is the mood of your book?
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Answers may vary due to the book.
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