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ENG 101FA15

The Red Wheelbarrow discussions


Point of View

Meet in the following groups. Discuss your element with


other group members. Discuss main ideas of peerreviewed article. Be ready to teach others about your
element and a 1-2 sentence summation of all group
members articles.
Plot Dani, Kayla, Chris D., Adrian, Chris G.

Character Corrine, Kaprielle, LaBrayla, Stephen, Kelsey


Setting Victoria, Michael, Tanya, Bryce, Olabisi
Symbols Chris R. Joanna, Jason, Danielle S., CJ
Irony & Theme Haley, Tonee, Julie, Catherine, Sabrina

Meet in the newly assigned group. Discuss findings from


first groupings. The goal is for everyone to understand
ALL elements and what scholars have said about the
poem.
Chris G., Corrine, Chris R., Adrien, Michael, Catherine
Dani, Stephen, Danielle, Kelsey, Bryce, Haley
Kala, LaBrayla, Joanna, Olabisi, Tonee
Chris D., Kaprielle, CJ, Victoria, Sabrina

POINT OF VIEW

MAKE THE POV CONSISTENT IN PERSON


& NUMBER

First person emphasizes writer


Good for informal letters and writing based on
personal experience
Second person emphasizes reader
Good for giving advice or explaining how to do
something
Third person emphasizes subject
Best for formal academic and professional writing

MAKE THE POV CONSISTENT IN PERSON


& NUMBER
One week, our class met in a junkyard to practice
rescuing a victim trapped in a wrecked car. We learned
to dismantle the car with the essential tools. You were
graded on your speed and your skill in extricating the
victim.
One week, our class met in a junkyard to practice
rescuing a victim trapped in a wrecked car. We learned
to dismantle the car with the essential tools. You were
graded on your speed and your skill in extricating the
victim.

ASSIGNMENT
Write a 1 paragraph essay analyzing one element of The Red
Wheelbarrow.
7-10 sentences
Topic sentence, primary details, secondary details,
concluding sentence
Write paragraph in 3rd person point of view
Rewrite same paragraph in 1st person point of view
Rewrite same paragraph in 2nd person point of view
Conferences 9/8, Peer reviews 9/10, Final copy 9/15

FOR TUESDAY
Conference your rough draft with me

FOR THURSDAY
Peer review Lit Analysis paragraph rough drafts