1.3.9 English Practice.pdf - Choose a single thing as your...

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Choose a single thing as your subject, such as a room, a house, a park, or a person, and describe it in a stream of consciousness style. Your scene should include the following elements: A character with a distinct personality and a problem or conflict Detailed description, told through a specific point of view, that creates a consistent tone, a vivid setting or experience, and clear sense of the character's personality and conflict A stream of consciousness style that establishes the main character's point of view and attitude You should have completed a draft of this assignment in the activity before this one. If you haven't done so, go back and complete that activity now. Ask yourself these questions as you revise: Did I choose a specific thing to describe? Does the point of view I've chosen stay consistent, or do I make it clear when it changes? Does my narrator have a conflict or problem that's explored in the description? Do I use vivid description that conveys my narrator's personality?

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