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R.L. 8.3 Analyze how and why individuals, events, and ideas

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Transcript of R.L. 8.3 Analyze how and why individuals, events, and ideas

R.L. 8.3 Analyze how particular lines of dialogue or incidents in a story or drama
propel
the action,
reveal
aspects of a character, or
provoke
a decision.

Example #1
What does the following piece of dialogue
reveal
about the character of Juror #3?

Three: (angrily) Who do you think you are?
Seven: (rising) All right, let's take it easy. (eight sits again)
Three: I've got a good mind to walk around this table and belt him one.

(12 Angry Men)

Example #2
How does the following dialogue both
provoke
a decision AND
reveal
aspects of both characters?

Nine: This is not easy. So far, it's only a feeling i have. A feeling. perhaps you don't understand.
Three: (abruptly). No. I don't.
Ten: A feeling! What are we gonna do spend the night talking about your feelings? What about the facts?

(12 Angry Men)

Example #3
Analyze
how the incidents, along with the dialogue, in the clips combine to
reveal
aspects of the characters,
provoke
a decision, and
propel
the action.

Clip #1- "You can't sit here"- Forrest Gump


Clip #2- "Peas and Carrots"- Forrest Gump
Example #4
Identify
the lines of dialogue that
propel
the action.

Morrie closed his eyes, "I know Mitch. You mustn't be afraid of my dying. I've had a good life, and we all know it's going to happen. I maybe have four or five months."

"Come back and see your old professor, " Morrie said when I hugged him good-bye.

I promised I would, and tried not to think about the last time I promised this.

(Tuesdays With Morrie)
Conclusion
No character, incident, or dialogue can be ignored while reading. Each may
PROPEL
the action,
REVEAL
aspects of a character, or
PROVOKE
a decision.
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