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The Treasure of Lemon Brown

The Treasure of Lemon Brown

Author: Kellee Peterson
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  • View "The Treasure of Lemon Brown" and "The Treasure of Lemon Brown Trailer" videos in this tutorial and take detailed notes in your notes section. Then look at the Making Inferences Diagram and practice making inferences while watching the two video clips titled Making Inferences.

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  • identify elements of third-person limited within a selection.
  • make inferences based on indirect characterization methods used by the author to understand a character and gain a deeper understanding as to why s/he acts in a particular way.

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BENNETT "The Treasure of Lemon Brown"

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PETERSON - "The Treasure of Lemon Brown"

Make sure you view ALL of the videos and the image on this page before class tomorrow.

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"The Treasure of Lemon Brown" Trailer

This is a trailer for the selection you will read in class tomorrow.

Making Inferences Diagram

Making Inferences

What inferences did you make about the whereabouts of the cat? What evidence did you gather to make that inference? How do you know that the man likes Doritos? What evidence supports this fact?

Making Inferences

What inferences did King Julien and the others make about the setting? What inferences did you make about how King Julien felt about the bear? What evidence did they gather? How did they use their own knowledge to make the inferences?


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