Quality of Movement - Emotions by Diana F.
Narrative Elements Setting What is it? Why is it important?
How do I create it? The setting is the environment in which a story or event takes place. Setting can include specific information about time and place e. Boston, Massachusetts, in or can simply be descriptive eg.
Often a novel or other long work has an overall setting e. Geographical location, historical era, social conditions, weather, immediate surroundings, and time of day can all be aspects of setting. Setting provides a backdrop for the action. Think about setting not just as factual information but as an essential part of a story's mood and emotional impact.
Careful portrayal of setting can convey meaning through interaction with characters and plot. For example, in Jack London's Call of the Wild, the setting for Buck's adventures changes frequently, moving from a civilized environment to a wild and dangerous environment.
These changes of setting are crucial to Buck's development as a character and to the events in the tale. To create setting, provide information about time and place and use descriptive language to evoke vivid sights, sounds, smells, and other sensations. Pay close attention to the mood a setting conveys.
To portray setting in both fiction and non-fiction, Refer specifically to place and time: Darwin Provide clues about the place and time by using details that correspond to certain historical eras or events: With its quilted liner, the poncho weighed almost 2 pounds, but it was worth every ounce.
In April, for instance, when Ted Lavender was shot, they used his poncho to wrap him up, then to carry him across the paddy, then to lift him into the chopper that took him away. Empty benches rose on either side of him, but ahead, in the highest benches of all, were many shadowy figures.
They had been talking in low voices, but as the heavy door swung closed behind Harry an ominous silence fell. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix Describe the weather and the natural surroundings: They could not have had a more perfect day for a garden-party if they had ordered it.
Windless, warm, the sky without a cloud. Only the blue was veiled with a haze of light gold, as it is sometimes in early summer.
The gardener had been up since dawn, mowing the lawns and sweeping them, until the grass and the dark flat rosettes where the daisy plants had been seemed to shine.rl, rl, w, w Character Description: Characters from Rikki-Tikki-Tavi Students will read two character descriptions of characters in the short story, Rikki-Tikki-Tavi and answer related questions.
What is the theme of a story or novel?
it is the main thing of a story or what the main character is trying to do in the book The theme of a novel is its main ideas.
For instance, a main theme of. "Hooverville" became a common term for shacktowns and homeless encampments during the Great Depression. There were dozens in the state of Washington, hundreds throughout the country, each testifying to the housing crisis that accompanied the employment crisis of the early s.
Much of that story comes from a series of letters Cortés sent to his royal sponsor King Charles I, and here we read an excerpt from his second letter, in which he expresses his awe at the Aztec capital of Tenochtitlán (modern Mexico City).
The examples below are excerpts of two different accounts of the same hockey game: The Red Wings played the Flyers last night in a hockey game and they won The Red Wings executed a decisive win () over the tempered Flyers, in last night’s heated game of ice hockey.
Jun 19, · If that's the kind of writing you like to read and want to write - stories rich in lush imagery and description - then go for it, take the Steinbeck route and spend the first hundred pages describing the setting and such.