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Tone and Mood
Transcript of Tone and Mood
How do you feel an artist can create a mood in a painting? Warm Up Qualities of pg 76/77 photo Qualities of pg 78 photo Qualities that the two photos share You can ask why events and situations happened as they did and you can organize the information using the diagram like the one below. Draw this in your notes! How to understand plot... There are five parts to every story's plot.
Exposition: The introduction of characters, setting, and situation
Rising Action: Exposes the reader to the inter-workings of the story's conflict. The reader begins to understand the problem and why it's a problem, Problem develops with the story.
Climax: The moment of greatest intensity. This is when the problem "blows up" and characters realize the full impact of the problem.
Falling Action: Characters start to solve the problem/conflict. The reader starts to realize how the story will end.
Resolution: The problem is solved to the best of the characters' abilities; all loose ends are tied up. Plot Exposition Rising Action Climax Falling Action Resolution Draw this diagram and describe the exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution of "Harrison Bergeron." Start with the climax :) Theme can be realized as and after a reader reads. To pick up theme, a reader should look for ideas, points, and messages that come up multiple times during the story. After reading, a reader should ask:
What did the characters learn from their experience(s)?
What did I learn from their experience(s)?
What point is the author trying to make to me, a reader, with this story? Theme One can determine theme if he/she can determine the author's....