But can you think of any arguments for the opposite side? Assessment: Figurative language portion of the weekly novel assessment Attached Files:. I strongly recommend this book because it perfectly combines romance with a wonderful story, and priceless lessons about life. While Lily waits, she has an idea. Lily matures and grows up throughout the book. Eventually, Lily gets up the nerve to ask August about her relationship with Lily's mother, and she learns more about her mom's separation from T. This folder contains materials for week four of the novel unit readings 14 - 18 p.
This book is a bestseller. Elements of Story These are the whats of the work—what happens, where it happens, and to whom it happens. She is also comparing love to fire. Maybe you have too many ideas—or none at all. Sue Monk Kidd successfully writes a beautiful coming -of-age story where Lily not only grows emotionally, but physically and sexually. To let go of that after all this time will leave her wondering who she now is.
She takes Lily to the house and cleans up her cuts. The winter trees were robed in white. The meaningfulness and joyfulness of this quote conveys a calming tone that reassures Lily will be well looked after in her future and that she is loved by many people without the irrationalities of racism. The first method is dialogue, which is meant to enhance the readers understanding of the setting and characters in the novel. She doesn't want to let go of her hatred for her father and her sadness because her mother left her. Because it deals with the theme of female society, and the power of mothers, I believe this novel is aimed mostly at girls and women. Despite all this, Lily faces her past and moves on with her life with strength and love, making her character powerful and enticing.
Students will take notes on the chart provided. Ernest Hemingway, for example, is known for writing in very short, straightforward sentences, while James Joyce characteristically wrote in long, incredibly complicated lines. Definition : expressing a idea indirectly; comparing two things or more to each other, without literal meaning. What images does Orwell use that might give you a hint about his attitude toward the government? Feelings created by the words. Ray, even though she knows she could never send it.
A work may have many themes, which may be in tension with one another. It was written by the famous Sue Monk Kidd. August then worked as a housekeeper, and then—after her grandmother died—as a beekeeper. There are no slow parts in the novel; it is consistent from beginning to end and it will make you laugh, cry, and because of the amazing detail, you will feel as if you are actually in the novel. Why is this topic important, and why is your particular position on the topic noteworthy? Finally, there is a literary elements lesson plan on figurative language to use during the week.
Lily becomes all too aware of the dangers Zach encounters in a post-Civil Rights Act, post-integration South when he is arrested during a tussle his friends and some white men who were camped out trying to prevent the local theater from integrating. A conclusion should open up your highly specific, focused discussion, but it should do so without drawing a sweeping lesson about life or human nature. This builds on her style of writing by adding depth, design, and dimension. Your essay has most likely treated a very specific element of the work—a single character, a small set of images, or a particular passage. It includes a unit plan, time line and reading schedule.
It is the emotional turning point and the beginning of healing for Lily. Lily comes to this conclusion at the end of chapter 7 after she has her first intimate interaction with Zach and has witnessed Neil and June have a fight. The novel shows the greatness of female power and displays what it means to grow up. If you are asked to come up with a topic by yourself, though, you might start to feel a little panicked. Late at night, Lily wanders through the Boatwright house.
And of course, she misses her mom, too. When the story begins, she's a lonely and unpopular teenager living in Sylvan, South Carolina it's fictional—put your map away. It is also a form of figurative language. Now she must acknowledge her rage at herself and her anger with her mother's memory. The ultra-empathetic May is so upset to hear about the situation that she commits suicide. The next morning, Rosaleen shakes her awake, demanding to know what happened. The thing I loved most about the book was its originality.