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Authors PurposeENTERTAINWHAT DOES IT MEAN TO ENTERTAIN?Entertain: provide someone with amusement or enjoymentWhat entertains you?SportsTelevision ShowsMoviesShoppingBeing With Friends2Entertaining through literatureEntertain: provide the reader with a story in which he/she becomes emotionally involvedExample EmotionsRooting for the underdogLaughing along with charactersWishing you were the main character or someone else involved in the storyBecoming sad when a tragic event takes place

Quick-write exercise1 sentence per answerThink of something (anything) you read where you became entertained (emotionally involved)What was the title of the literature?What scene was the author discussing?What characters were involved?How did it make you feel?4Literature written to entertainThe author is telling a storyRemember the 5 elementsMust have a conflictTypically has multiple characters, dialogue, and a strong P.O.V.Multiple charactersTypes of CharactersNarrator tells the storyProtagonist main character with conflict to solveAntagonist obstacle for main character to overcomeDynamic person who changes over timeStatic person who does not changeMajor vital to development of conflict and resolutionMinor complements to major characters

dialogueInner and OuterInner Characters speak to themselvesWhy is it used?To show what the character is feelingOuter Characters speak to other charactersWhy is it used?To provide a first-person P.O.V.Point of viewWe are going to learn how P.O.V. works hereChoose one of the photos to use as inspiration for your P.O.V. writing assignmentWrite 3 sentences using the following 4 P.O.V. 1st, 3rd objective, 3rd limited, 3rd omniscientSet up your paper like the example hereWriting with different p.o.v.

9Everyone should receive a half-sheet of paper that has a table printed on it.Each student will draw a small slip of paper from my mug, which will have a title on it.On your half-sheet of paper, write the title you drew in the appropriate space. Dont do anything else.Authors purpose:whole class writing activityStudents will pass their papers in a snake pattern. Everyone should receive a new paper.On your new paper, read the title and fill out the SETTING box. This should include: location (Texas, the forest, a school) and date (1946, or early 17th century).Authors purpose:whole class writing activityAuthors purpose:whole class writing activityStudents will pass their papers in a snake pattern. Everyone should receive a new paper.On your new paper, read the title and setting, and then complete the CHARACTERS box with at least 2 characters. Provide the name, gender, and age of each character you list.Students will pass their papers in a snake pattern. Everyone should receive a new paper.On your new paper, read the title, setting, and characters, and then complete the CONFLICT box. Write 1-2 sentences identifying a conflict the characters must solve in the story.Authors purpose:whole class writing activityAuthors purpose:whole class writing activityStudents will pass their papers in a snake pattern. Everyone should receive a new paper.Look at what your classmates have proposed for the story you now have to write.Write it on the back of your paper. No less than 7 sentences.