Wednesday, February 27, 2013

The teachers who change my life


1. What scenes, moments, descriptive passage, phrase, or words stand out in your reading of the story?

He got his role model! i never had one... except Steve Jobs.

2. Did a particular image make you feel happy, or frightened, or disturbed, or angry? why?

He made me happy because his personality and others are good.

3. Which of your five sense did this image appeal to? What do you associate with this image, and why? What do you think the author wants you to feel about a certain image.

The author wants you to experience them.

4. How do you think your reaction to the imagery in the story contribute to the overall meaning of the story?

it does make the story looks better. because we would describe better in that way.

The teacher who change my life

Point of view

1. What point of view does the story use? Is the story told from a first-person perspective, in which the narrator is one of character in the story. and refers to himself or herself as I? ir is the story told from third person perspective, in which the narrator is not of the character in the story or may not participate in the event of the story?

This story was told with first person. he refers himself as he in story.

2. What are the advantage of the chosen point of view? Does it furnish any clue as to the purpose of the story?

Yes, it help you understand more and have feeling in to it. Because he can express more in to it by making himself in he story

3. Is the narrator reliable or unreliable? Does he/she have a limited knowledge or understanding of character and event in the story> does the narrator know almost everything about one character or every character, including inner thought?

Yes because he experienced it and he explained it by himself. He is reliable to everyone in the story because he is great person

4. Does the author use point of view primarily to reveal or conceal? Does he ever unfairly withhold important information known to the focal character?

He reveal everything. He have no hidden stuff at all. He is man that explain his real life

No, if there was, there might be himself. Because it's story of himself.

The teachers who change my life


1. Who is/are the main characters in the story? What soes the main character look like?

Main character in this story is Nicholas Gage.

2. Describe the main character's situation. Where does he/she live does he/she live alone or with others? When does the main character do for living, or is he/she dependent on others for support?

Nicholas wants to become writer because his teacher told him he can do it. He live in america.

3. What are some of the chief characteristics of the character? How are these characteristic revealed in the story? How does the main character interact with other character? Note the degree of complexity of his/her behaviour , thought, and feelings, their appearances, their habits, mannerisms, speech, attitude and value. What is the main character attitude towards his/her life? Is he/she happy.

He trust his teacher very much. And he and his mother almost the same. He was happy with his life and love to stay and react with other.

4. What sort of conflict is the character facing? Hoe is this conflict revealed? is it resolved? If so, how?

He have no conflict at all. Because he have teachers who is his model supporting him.

5. Is any character a develipong character? If so, is his change a large or small one? is it a plausible cange of him? Is he sufficiently motivated? Is the change given sufficient time?

He does not change at all. because he still have model as his teacher and write his book.

Sunday, February 24, 2013

The Teachers Who Changed My life Settings 1. place: the geographical location of the story - a country or city, a large city or a small village, indoors or outdoor, or both Greek village. New York Harbor. Worcester, Mass. 2. Time: the period in history, the season of the year, the day of the month, and/or the hour of the day in which the events of the story occur 1939-1989. occur in march. 3.Social environment: the location of character and events in a particular society and/or a particular social class(lover, middle, or upperclass). he was not poor nor rich boy. but once surrounded with upper, richer class students in his class.

Wednesday, February 20, 2013

The Teacher Who Changed My Life

1. What is the story about? Whate are the main events in the story, and how are they realted to each other? Nicholas Gage related by pupils of the Miss Hurd. She was his motivation to become writer. 2. Are the main events of the story arranged chronologically, or are they arranged in another way? It follow by time as his life goes. 3. How is the story narrated? are flashbacks, summaries, stories within the story used? yes. he talking about his pass about his homeland. 4. Is the plot fast-paces or slow paced? slow paced. 5. How do the thoughts, behaviors, and action of characters move the plot forward?\ Miss Hurd encourage gage to become writer and so Gage become one because she was his motivation. 6. What are the comflicts in the plot? are they physical, intellectual, moral or emotional? Are they resolved? how are they resolved? Is the main conflict between good and evil sharply differentiated? is it fairly achieved There's no conflict at all. They story keep on rolling on the great path and he became successful. Because of his mom. 7. What is the climax of the story and at what point in the story does the climax occur It's when his life become successful. graduated, and when his book became famous. 8. Does the plot have unity? are all the eppisode releveant to the total meaning or effect of the story? Does each incident grow logically out of the preceding incident and lead naturally to the next? Yes. there's a lot of things in it. graduated, motivation, book publishing, and about his family. 9. What use does the story make of chance and coincidence? are these occurences used to initiate, to complicate, or to resolve the story? how inprobable are they? to resolve story just an easy tasks. only motivation leads to everything.