Write Quickwrites at the top of the page.
Draw a line halfway down by the hole,
splitting your page in two.
You have 5 minutes to write a page.
Ill collect them when weve filled up a
single sheet with 4 Quickwrites.
Full credit will be earned for a p
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NOTE: These page
might not match your version of
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ﬁnd the word in relation to the
location of the others.
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2 INQUIRE (St. 1,p.3) 12
3 OBSCURING (St. l,p.4) 13
4 DERIVE(St.1,p.6) 14
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Read the example from the novel. Look at the underlined
word(s), and determine which literary device it is.
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Metaphor Analogy Allusion
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tions, inner desires, biggest fears, and important
traits). Include the page numbers.
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novel. You will need to choose one of the topics and write a 2—3
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D I R E C T I 0 N S : In small groups of 3 or 4, analyze the differences between the film and the novel. To be
fair, all group members will help think up the comparisons, but each member will take