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Click FILE>DOWNLOAD AS>MS WORD to save this assignment to your English folder. You may need to click “Enable Editing” (top right corner) before you can type on the document. Note: Everything you write on this page should be in your best English - that means, complete sentences, proper grammar, capitalization, and spelling. Part 1 of 5: Identifying Foreshadowing - During Reading Directions: Re-read the opening scenes of the story . In column one, identify ONE example of foreshadowing that makes the reader think Rainsford is going to experience something unpleasant (or downright awful!) during this story. In column two, explain why your example works. I’ve given one as an example. List a short quote ( EVIDENCE ) with context that is an example of FORESHADOWING - CITE page number EXPLAIN why your example works. What does it seem to be hinting at? Example: Early in the story, Whitney says, "The old charts call it `Ship-Trap Island… A suggestive name, isn't it? Sailors have a curious dread of the place…” (1). This is an example of foreshadowing because the name of the island and the sailors feelings lead the reader into correctly thinking that the island is dangerous. Part 2 of 5: Identifying Conflict - During Reading Directions: Find EVIDENCE of each type of conflict listed below in “The Most Dangerous Game” and EXPLAIN why your evidence works (the WHY) Type of CONFLICT EVIDENCE - List one short quote (fact/proof) from the story with context - CITE page number MAN VS. NATURE MAN VS. MAN 1
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Part 3 of 5: Annotate, Explain, and Analyze - During Reading Directions: Starting in column two, closely follow the directions in the boxes below to gain a deeper understanding of the story. EXPLAIN Clarify WHY your example works. Be specific. EVIDENCE - Facts/Proof Highlight examples of PERSONIFICATION in BLUE (at least ONE) Highlight evidence of CHARACTERIZATION for Rainsford in PINK (at least ONE) There is one SIMILE in this passage. Find it and highlight it in
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