HOPE WAS HERE
Check over your CHARACTER CHART and be prepared to learn and add G.T.'s real name.
Review your RESPONSE JOURNAL entries for Chapter 17.
Look for a major turning point in the story.
See how the author continues to use "quotes" and "metaphors" effectively to deepen your understanding of the story and the characters.
Write a main idea title for this chapter.
Discuss what big deception Hope uncovers by accident?
What will she and others do about it?
What might change?
Do a Quick Write in your RESPONSE JOURNAL.
Reread the Biblical metaphor p. 167: "Joshua shouted down the walls of Jericho." Explain what it means or ask someone to explain it to you or go on a search to find out.
This chapter ends with several good examples of Figurative Language being used. What are they? What do they mean?
(Footnote) Figurative Language / Figures of Speech:
"Mode of expression used for effect in writing to clarify or deepen meaning by suggesting new or similar ideas which provoke thought and promote understanding."
Simile: "like" or "as" used for comparison, (p. 166 bottom, "dressed like Eskimos")
Metaphor: name or quality is attributed to something which is not literally applicable, "an icy glance" or "nerves of steel"
LIST EXAMPLES OF FIGURES OF SPEECH USED IN HOPE WAS HERE.
Enhanced Reading and Teaching Guide by Robert C. Bergstrom
Copyright 2002 Robert C. Bergstrom