Objective: Part 1, Chapter 1 In "A Room with a View", the narration expresses the conflict as the protagonist experiences it. This lesson will discuss narrative voice and how it can guide the reader through a story.
1) Tasks, Ideas, Challenges and Activities
1) Class discussion: Lucy struggles to live up to the expectations of society, while other characters tell her there is more to life than what she is living. This is narrated throughout the chapter, letting the reader in on Lucy's struggle. What are some specific instances where the narrative expresses information the reader would not have otherwise known? Is there another way the author could have shared that information with the reader? How does the use of a narrative make the information clear to the reader? Is narrative important? Why or why not?
2) Class activity: Divide the class up into four groups. Have each group work to answer...
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