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If you wish to download it, please recommend it to your friends in any social system. Share buttons are a little bit lower. Thank you! Published by Shonda Small Modified over 3 years ago. Le Guin s. Students will use context clues to decode and define vocabulary terms.
Students will read and annotate a short story focusing on key literary elements and plot structure. Students will respond to a variety of questions using evidence from the text to support their answers. Why does she begin to worry? What has happened to the husband at the end of the story? How does she later regard him? Vocabulary Check Tell whether each statement is true T or false F.
Your cousins are considered your kin. Most people rouse around 3 A. Mortal dread might prevent you from taking a risk. Some dogs attack when they see weapons brandished.
A happy boy would be cowering in his room. Evaluate — Why do you think Le Guin chose to tell the story with a first-person narrator? Was her choice effective? Why or why not? Extend — Do you think the narrator loves her dead husband? Can one both love and fear someone? Support your ideas. How does it affect the way you respond to the story? How does Le Guin create suspense in this story? He is a good husband, a good father, and a hard worker.
The narrator, her sister, and her children attack and kill him. She makes the point that humans can behave like beasts and that animals can be caring. The use of a first-person narrator is effective because it builds suspense by only revealing what the narrator knows.
The narrator still feels love for her husband when she wishes that she could see him as he once was. One might love certain aspects of someone and hate other aspects about them. It encourages readers to sympathize with her. The writer creates suspense by not fully explaining the changes in the husband that worry the narrator and frighten the baby.
Test Taking Tips How to help yourself with multiple choice and short answer questions for reading selections A. Understand Narrator, Voice, and Persona. Standard Reading Literature 3. Similar presentations.
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