Comprehension of Literary Text 181-190
Analyzes how characters are introduced.
Infers a character's identity.
Identifies a theme.
Analyzes passages for morals.
Identifies the narrator.
Infers the author point of view.
Identifies rhyming words.
Identifies the mood of a piece.
Determines the meaning of simile.
Analyzes the use of similes.
Analyzes the use of expressions and idioms.
Think about your favorite book or movie. How was the lead character introduced? How were you able to piece together what that character was really like? What did he/she do, say, or act like that let you know whether you liked them or not?
Choose one of your favorite characters from a book or movie and answer the (10) questions discussed in the link to the right.
Make a list of (5) well-known books and identify one of the themes contained within each one.
Click on the link that follows, choose a story, read the story, then answer the questions contained within the link to the left about how to analyze moral.
Read the opening few paragraphs of To Kill a Mockingbird and determine who the narrator is. Explain how you were able to determine this.
Click on the link that follows and practice identifying points of view:
List (5) rhyming words for each of the following: time, theme, ending, and victory.
Find an excerpt from a short story or an article that illustrates words, phrases, and sentences that clearly indicate a mood.
Complete the items within the link to the right.
Click on link to the right and do the worksheet under "simile worksheet."
Research and find (5) other idioms other than the ones listed on the link to the right. Explain their figurative meanings.