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Unit3Lesson4

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erika steinger

on 12 December 2014

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Unit3Lesson4
Effects of Pacing
What effect might a series of short sentences have on the reader's interpretation or the pace of the story?

What effect can a series of long sentences have on the pacing of a story?

Pick One
page 103 in your Springboard book
annotate
note the pacing or rhythm of the narrative
Focus question: How do the changes in pace affect you as a reader?
Conclusion
Do Now
Get your Springboard book, then copy down the lesson EQ and word of the day

Choose one of the following questions to answer in your notebook:
Have you ever felt that the way you look on the outside didn't match up with the way you feel on the inside? Explain.
Has anyone ever put you in a position where you needed to define your identity? Explain.
Friday, December 12th
Post-Reading
Use evidence of pacing in the text to complete the graphic organizer on page 103.
Pacing
Narrative pacing is the writer's attempt to control the rhythm of a narrative; the speed at which a narrative moves.

Ways to control pacing:
Syntax (sentence length/structure)
Diction (word choice)
Details

Effects of pacing:
The mood of the reader
Can alert the reader to a change in the plot



by David Matthews
Prompt: Write a narrative paragraph about a time when you made an important decision about yourself.
Use details
Vary syntax and diction for pacing purposes
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