Identifying the elements of a novel is a skill that will help your student gain appreciation for the books that they read. Once they are proficient in identifying the elements in this lesson, it will be easy for them to discuss and write about the novels they are assigned or those they choose to read.
After your students finish reading a novel, this guide will help them identify the following elements:
ϖ Major Characters
ϖ Point of View
ϖ Narrative Techniques
ϖ Frame Story
ϖ Letters of a Diary
ϖ Satire or Parody
ϖ Verbal Irony
ϖ Situational Irony
ϖ Dramatic Irony
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on which students can fill in their answers electronically, save in their own free Google Drive, and then submit to you. This will save you and your students time and paper. Of course, you can always print the activity and have students write the answers on their own papers.
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