The Lottery- Kurth
Updated: 2/11/2021
The Lottery- Kurth

Storyboard Description

Riley McDermott - 5th

Storyboard Text

  • TraditionWhat scene shows tradition in the Lottery? Use ACE format
  • The Lottery
  • ForeshadowingWhat scene shows an example of foreshadowing in the Lottery Use ACE format.
  • MoodWhat portion of text shows an examples of mood in the Lottery? Use ACE format
  • This scene shows the community drawing names as a tradition. In the story, Old man Warner says, "'Seventy-seventh year I been in the lottery,' Old Man Warner said as he went through the crowd. 'Seventy-seventh time.'". This shows that the Lottery is a tradition, since it has been repeated in the community.
  • The children picking up rocks foreshadows the rocks will be used for something because at the end of the story the rocks are thrown at the person who wins the lottery.
  • Shirley Jackson create the mood of a summer day at this point of the story by including details of, "clear and sunny, with the fresh warmth of a full-summer day; the flowers were blossoming profusely and the grass was richly green." This creates a mood of a cheerful sunny day.