Lesson 1 (from A Bad Thing and Going to the Falcon's Nest)
This book is written in third person. This lesson will discuss why the author chose this style of storytelling.
1. Partner Project: Read through the first two chapters. Discuss the writing style and point of view.
2. Small Group Project: Re-write one of the longer paragraphs in the first two chapters using first person. Compare this paragraph to the original and discuss why the author chose to write in third person.
3. Class Discussion: How does the author's storytelling compare to the stories Tenar told Therru on the road as they traveled.
4. Homework: Write the definitions for First Person, Second Person, and Third Person. Offer examples of each type of writing in a novel and be prepared to share the examples with classmates.
Lesson 2 (from A Bad Thing and Going to the Falcon's Nest)
This is the final book in a series, yet it stands well on its own. The objective of this lesson is to meet...
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