ELA choice board column B
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Billy and Bob where having a conflict. They where arguing over whether or not a book was fiction or non-fiction. Neither of them was in a good mood about it. They both claimed they were right.
They were arguing over what the setting did to make the story non fiction or fiction. They were also arguing over the theme and structure of the text. Neither of there tones where very good.
They were also arguing over what the figurative language, like simile's and metaphor's did to change the story. They sometimes even got the figurative meaning mixed up with the literal meaning.
After they argued still with things like the dialogue and the plot, they decided to write an essay with evidence to prove that one was right.
While writing the essay, they wrote with lots of sensory language. They also foreshadowed of what they thought the other would write. They included imagery as well. At the end, they also put a thesis statement to close the essay off.
When thay read each others essay's, they both realized the irony in what they had been arguing about. They wrote about the same thing, with the same content, for the same reason! they realized that there really wasn't an internal or external conflict at all... they both were arguing about the same thing. They both had a brief flashback on their argument and said sorry
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