INTEGRATED UNITS #7

Reading Strategies and Literary Elements, Grade 9, North Carolina Department of Instruction

PART 1:  Elements of Fiction -- Focus lesson: PLOT


VOCABULARY

PEOPLE

Shandot Beto
artist
emperor
dictator
tyrant
one of his people
courtiers
the man himself
pet artist

PLACES

Jupiter
throughout
planet
interplanetary
galaxy
structures
palaces
buildings

TIME

4025 galactic year
6012 galactic year
from a young age
past middle age
in the end
[after all = anyway]
immediately
every day
from that time on
long dead
early (works)
later (works)

QUALITIES

known
great talent
great artistic talent
greatest
height of his artistic powers
ruthless
willingly
beautiful
slick
new
extraordinary
dead / gone
magnificent
exquisite
delight
immortal
corrupted
uninspired
glorious
lackluster
lifeless

SUBJECT / DISCIPLINES

Art

OBJECTS

frescoes
murals
artworks
a proposal
court portraits

AMOUNT

entire
part of
hundreds
great expense

PART of BODY

brain
eyes

EMOTIONS

hate
struggle with his conscience
soothed
narrow eyes
wished
smug
revered

EVENTS

military coup
plans
vision
ideas
interference
demands
conscience
qualms
thoughts
politics
merit

ACTIONS

live
create
occur
proved to be
take over
tear down / tore down
rebuild / rebuilt
celebrate
fill / to be filled
invited
discuss
plan / planned
choose
like best
represent
[throw himself into work]
teemed / full
began to work
remain
go / went / gone
die / dead
paint
selected
submit
unable to proceed
ignore
remind
complained
re-direct
watching
congratulated
required
discover
spoken of
collaborated
found / find to have

 


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