Read like a writer. Write like a reader. In your journal, respond to the above quotation. What do you think makes a “good” reader? What makes someone a “good” writer? How do these skills overlap? News Right Now (NRN): http://www.bbc.co.uk/nature/19846365 Plagiarism Key take-aways? What are some of the consequences? Define: “paraphrasing,” “common knowledge” Remember: When in doubt, CITE! Vocab Review Affection ◦ A gentle feeling of fondness or liking Exorbitant ◦ Unreasonably high; excessive Word of the Day: Incredulous (54): ◦ Unwilling or unable to believe something Final review of missing work before midterms. CHECK YOUR BINDER! Discuss “Dr Lanyon’s Narrative” (48-54) Introduce and apply understanding of point of view Begin “Henry Jekyll’s Full Statement of the Case” (55 – the top of 61). Complete Double Entry Log for characterization of Jekyll. Discussion Questions What caused Lanyon to become mortally ill? Has Stevenson sufficiently prepared us for the disastrous effect of Jekyll’s revelations? Why did Stevenson need to kill Lanyon? Why did Jekyll want to reveal his transformation to Dr Lanyon? Point of view: The perspective from which a narrative is told. Participant Point of View (First-person point of view): First-person pronouns (I, me, my, we, us, our) are used to tell the story Nonparticipant Point of View (Third-person point of view): Third-person pronouns (he, him, she, her, they, them) are used to tell the story Non-participant points of view Participant Points of View The first-person narrator can approach other characters as closely as one human being can approach another The narrator can be an eyewitness The first person narrator can summarize events and retreat from a scene THE READER MUST DETERMINE WHETHER THE NARRATOR IS TRUSTWORTHY Omniscient: Author can enter the minds of all the characters ◦ Describes what characters are thinking and feeling ◦ Describes what characters do ◦ The narrator may offer multiple perspectives on the same event Limited: Author limits his/her presence to the minds of a few characters ◦ Story is portrayed through the eyes of one character; sense of distance from other characters Spend 10-15 minutes writing creatively about a typical day in this classroom…from Mr. Bertozzi’s perspective (use a participant point of view).