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A Painted House

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A Painted House a. b. c. d. e.

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A Painted House Arkansas You are here Novel takes place here Setting The location and time period of a story

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A Painted House

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A Painted House

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A Painted House Indirect Characterization The reader concludes what a character’s traits are based on the description the writer gives of their behaviour , appearance, or their dialogue. The Spruill’s had an old truck with Slick tires Cracked windshield Rusted fenders Faded blue paint under a layer of dust Sitting on the tailgate, barefoot and shirtless, was a heavy young man with massive shoulders and a neck as thick as a stump. He spat tobacco juice between the truck and the trailer and seemed oblivious to Pappy and me. He swung his feet slowly, then spat again, never looking away from the asphalt beneath him.

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A Painted House Direct Characterization A character’s traits are stated specifically. She was barefoot, and her dress was dirty and very tight - tight all the way to her knees. Rising on one corner of the trailer . . . was a very pretty girl. Indirect characterization

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A Painted House Narrator t he voice telling a story First person narration t he voice telling the story is a character in it I ate the cake The car that stalled was mine . Sedien gave me the game puck. Eli 'Pappy' Chandler Gran Chandler Jesse Chandler Kathleen Chandler Luke Chandler Mr. Watson ( Pop ) Mrs. Watson ( Pearl ) Mr. Spruill Mrs. Spruill Hank Spruill Tally Spruill Trot Spruill Miguel Cowboy

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A Painted House Writing an answer to a question about a piece of literature. Start with a topic sentence or thesis Describe three character traits ( each ) of one of the sets of characters listed . Eli and Gran Chandler are the narrator’s cotton farming grandparents in John Grisham’s novel A Painted House . Eli and Gran Chandler are the narrator’s strict and old fashioned cotton farming grandparents in John Grisham’s novel A Painted House .

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A Painted House Writing an answer to a question about a piece of literature. Include enough plot summary of what you have read so that someone who h as not read what you have will know what you are talking about Describe three character traits ( each ) of one of the sets of characters listed . Plot t he events of a story Eli and Gran Chandler are the narrator’s strict and old fashioned cotton farming grandparents in John Grisham’s novel A Painted House . Both characters are introduced by Luke Chandler as the entire farming community is getting ready for the cotton harvest.

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A Painted House Eli 'Pappy' Chandler and Gran Chandler Jesse Chandler Kathleen Chandler Luke Chandler Mr. Watson ( Pop ) Mrs. Watson ( Pearl ) Mr. Spruill and Mrs . Spruill Hank Spruill and Tally Spruill Trot Spruill Miguel and Cowboy Writing an answer to a question about a piece of literature. Describe three character traits ( each ) of one of the sets of characters listed . Eli and Gran Chandler are the narrator’s strict and old fashioned cotton farming grandparents in John Grisham’s novel A Painted House . Both characters are introduced by Luke Chandler as the entire farming community is getting ready for the cotton harvest. Provide evidence for your claims Eli, Luke’s “Pappy”, seems the most strict. For example, he refuses to drive his truck at more that 37 miles per hour.

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A Painted House Writing an answer to a question about a piece of literature. Include enough summary of what you have read so that someone who h as not read what you have will know what you are talking about Describe three character traits ( each ) of one of the sets of characters listed . Eli and Gran Chandler are the narrator’s strict and old fashioned cotton farming grandparents in John Grisham’s novel A Painted House . Both characters are introduced by Luke Chandler as the entire farming community is getting ready for the cotton harvest.

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A Painted House Writing an answer to a question about a piece of literature. Describe three character traits ( each ) of one of the sets of characters listed . Start with a topic sentence or thesis Include enough plot summary of what you have read so that someone who has not read what you have will know what you are talking about Provide evidence for your claims Luke Chandler Mr. Spruill and Mrs. Spruill Hank Spruill and Tally Spruill Miguel and Cowboy To Do In paragraph form . . . hand in assignment

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A Painted House Conflict character versus character character versus nature c haracter versus society External conflict character versus self Internal conflict $

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A Painted House Conflict character versus character character versus nature c haracter versus society External conflict character versus self Internal conflict $ In predicting or anticipating the development of a story, we know that there will be some sort of resolution to the conflict(s).

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A Painted House Graphing plot Plot the events of a story Rate emotional intensity for protagonist Least intense Most intense List events in plot All the events leading up to the most emotionally intense are called the rising action. The most emotionally intense event is the climax of the plot. Protagonist The main character in a story around whom the plot revolves.

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A Painted House Escalating conflict Rate emotional intensity for protagonist. Hank orders Luke to fetch him a glass of cold water. Hank bullies Luke in front of the Spruills causing him to cry. Luke witnesses Hank brutally beat the Siscos . Hank lies about the fight with the Siscos to the sheriff. Hank tells everyone that Luke witnessed the fight. p. 54-55 p. 72 - 74 p. 87 - 90 p. 112 - 114 p. 115 Evidence of the emotional intensity for protagonist for each situation in the form of a quotation (words copied from the stor y).

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A Painted House Include enough plot summary so that someone who has not read what you have will know what you are talking about Provide evidence for your claims in the form of quotations from the story. Each altercation between Luke and Hank is an example of the escalating conflict Your claims are that Luke’s responses to Hank show Luke’s increasingly intense response with each conflict. To Do In paragraph form . . . hand in assignment

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A Painted House Food, water, warmth, immediate escape from danger and pain Security, shelter, protection from harm and from disease To be loved, cared for, friendship, relationships, sense of family, tribe, class, territory Approval, status, prestige, self-worth, self-confidence Creativity, autonomy, learning, personal growth Maslow’s hierarchy

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A Painted House Luke Goals survival Physical Quality of life = protagonist emotional Protagonist The main character in a story around whom the plot revolves.

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A Painted House Luke Goals survival Physical Quality of life = protagonist emotional Antagonist A character or characters who blocks, or tries to block, the protagonist from achieving his/her goals.

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Reward: $.37 A Painted House Wanted Eli “Pappy” Chandler Antagonist A character, or characters, who blocks, or tries to block, the protagonist from achieving his/her goals. To DO For being cheap, stubborn, and uncaring Refused to paint the house as it was a waste of money. Wouldn’t cough up the money for a Tootsie Roll. Never drove at a speed faster than 37 miles per hour. Wanted Luke to pick a lot of cotton without taking a break. Thought fixing up the barn loft for the Mexicans to sleep was a waste of time an money. Thought Luke’s goal to buy a Cardinals jacket wasn’t practical. Reason needs to tie into the definition of antagonist You need to provide evidence for your claims

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A Painted House Judging others Theme The big idea or ideas that a story revolves around – makes a comment about human nature The idea arises in several ways throughout the story Hank’s bullying of Luke revolves around how he thinks the Chandlers judge the hillbillies and how Hank judges the “sodbusters”. ( p. 72 – 74 ) Luke lists many ways he considers sharecroppers inferior. ( p. 121 – 125 ) 1. 2. 3. Luke and his family deny that Rickie could be the father of Libbie’s baby as they judge her harshly. ( p. 214 – 218 )

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Eli 'Pappy' Chandler Gran Chandler Jesse Chandler Kathleen Chandler Luke Chandler Mr. Watson ( Pop ) Mrs. Watson ( Pearl ) Mr. Spruill Mrs. Spruill Hank Spruill Tally Spruill Trot Spruill Miguel Cowboy A Painted House Allusion a brief and indirect reference to a person, place, thing or idea of historical, cultural, literary or political significance. It does not describe in detail the person or thing to which it refers. It is just a passing comment and the writer expects the reader to possess enough knowledge to spot the allusion and grasp its importance in a text. Flat character A flat character is like a filler - somebody who plays a role but has no personality that is pertinent to the story, like "storekeeper," or "police officer." @ Round Character A character in fiction whose personality, background, motives, and other features are fully revealed by the author. Samson Delilah

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A Painted House Set A – Bible story Why did Delilah keep nagging Samson about how he might lose his strengthÉ What did Samson do to demonstrate his strengthÉ Stories that have a moral, often reveal a characterès weakness. What was SamsonèsÉ What brought about his downfallÉ (literally and figuratively)

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A Painted House Allusion Antagonist Direct characterization External conflict First person narration Flat character Indirect characterization Internal conflict Narrator Plot Protagonist Resolution Round character Setting Theme Literary terms

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