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LITERARY DEVICE CLASS PRACTICE LEL1022 : ENG. FOR ORAL COMM
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PRACTICE 1 (a) On the next slide, there is a picture of a setting. In your own words, write a detailed description of the setting in your picture. Include many adjectives and don’t forget to include descriptions for each of the five senses: see, hear, feel, smell, taste
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PRACTICE 1 (b) Based on Chopin’s “ A pair of silk stockings” identify: The setting of the story. Elaborate with example. Is there more than one setting that can be found in the story. Elaborate with example.
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Practice 2 Read the short story “A pair of silk stocking”. Once you’ve finished reading, fill out the plot diagram for based on the story.
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Practice 3 (a) What’s a well-known movie that has… Character vs. Character Conflict Character vs. Nature Conflict Character vs. Society Character vs. Fate Character vs. Self
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Practice 3 (b) From Chopin’s “ A pair of silk stockings” identify which of the following types of conflict that can be found in the story. Elaborate
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  • Spring '16
  • literary device, silk stockings, Character vs, Character vs

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