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Of dubious character or of questionable honesty. “ Plot ” may mean – A small piece of ground. A ground plan. Storyline – the plan, scheme or main story. A secret plan for something illegal.Part 1 : John Hallock’s Assignment: Part 1 : John Hallock’s AssignmentSlide 5: Precisely! Hallock, Give us another on the supernatural this time. Something to give them the horrors!Slide 8: How am I going to cure her of her alarming tendency to take up every new fad? This writing business is delightful, isn’t it? Yes… I should say it is!Recap…: Recap… Why was Hallock getting cocky/arrogant? What was Hallock’s specialization? So, I had said, “Precisely!” in the deepest voice I was capable of, …(Hallock) Why does Hallock use his ‘deepest voice’? What does it signify? Whose voice do you think it is (the one at the end)?Part 2 : Conversation with the Ghost: Part 2 : Conversation with the GhostSlide 11: Nothing. Absolutely nothing, my dear lady. I was merely waiting for you to tell me why you had come. What are you gaping at?The Writer’s Inspiration Bureau: The Writer’s Inspiration BureauRecap…: Recap… Was Hallock really a specialist in ghost stories? Why were the ghosts going on a strike? In place of Ouija boards, what other means can be used to ‘communicate’ with ghosts? From her description, do you think the ghost was beautiful or ugly? Substantiate your answerPart 3 : Conversation with Wife: Part 3 : Conversation with WifeSlide 18: It… it isn’t… You Know I bought the loveliest thing this afternoon. You’d never guess in the world. It’s the duckiest, darlingest Ouija Board, and so cheap! I got it at a bargain sale.Recap…: Recap… What was John Hallock’s affliction? Why had Lavinia bought the Ouija Board? Why couldn’t she return it? “…or William the Conqueror, or Helen of Troy--well, maybe not Helen—anyhow…” Why not Helen of Troy? What does this show about the nature of Lavinia?Part 4 : The Next Day: Part 4 : The Next DayRecap…: Recap… Why didn’t Hallock become a full time writer? Why do you think the house was brightly illuminated? A little extra … Gladolia, the narrator’s cook, is an African. The language/her pronunciation is different from others. This is known as Dialect. A dialect consists of words and phrases that reflect the regional variety of a language.Part 5 : The Ouija Party: Part 5 : The Ouija PartySlide 27: John! John, dear, I know you will help us out. Poor Laura Hinkle is without a partner. Laura can’t work a Ouija by herself, and she’ll have a bad time unless you… Me! Me! I won’t……Part 6 : The Trouble Begins: Part 6 : The Trouble BeginsSlide 29: T R A I T O R Ouija, dear, won't you tell us something? Ouija, dear, won't you explain yourself more fully? A S K H I M Ask who, Ouija J O H N H A L L O C K Ouija, won‘t you tell us who is talking? H E L E NRecap…: Recap… Who do you think ‘Helen’ is? Why was John reluctant to join Laura in the party? Why was Helen calling John a traitor? How did John’s affliction worsen the situation?A Little Grammar…: A Little Grammar… “…and lay there in the burning dark while the…”, “I stared at them in a sort of dreadful fascination.” What figure of speech is being used in the above sentences? What do you mean by sarcasm? When confronted by Lavinia about his flirtations over the Ouija Board, John insists that 'the affair was quite above-board, I assure you, my love'. Bring out the pun in John's statement.Part 7 : The Final Day: Part 7 : The Final DaySlide 34: Dear John, I am going back to my grandmother. My lawyer will communicate with you later.Slide 36: I have come to tell you I am leaving. Oh, yes, yes! That’s fine…great! So you want me to go away, do you? Sure, yes… right away! Change of air will do you good. I’ll join you presently.Recap…: Recap… Why didn’t John want his wife to see the ghost? Why was Lavinia leaving the house? What does Lavinia mean when she says that her ‘Lawyer will communicate’ with John?Recap…: Recap… As soon as she saw who the ghost was, why did she forgive John? “I've got the bulliest plot for a ghost story!” What do you think the plot was? “In the end, all the main characters of the story had a happy ending” Substantiate the statement. Now, does your understanding of the Title change?That’s all Folks…!: That’s all Folks…! By : Shashank.S Tenth ‘D’ K. V. No.1, Indore You do not have the permission to view this presentation. In order to view it, please contact the author of the presentation.