Engaging Scenario Comic

Engaging Scenario Comic
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  • Hey, Wyatt! Why do you think an author choose to communicate through fictional text?
  • Well, it's probably because they can put the character into situations that can help the reader learn a lesson to make similar decisions in their own life. 
  • Here's an example: in the book Julie of the Wolves, the main character, Miyax, runs away in the arctic on her way to point hope. During this time, she encounters a pack of wolves in which she learns to live with. The plot is when she is faced with many challenges while trying to survive. 
  • Wyatt and Rachel meet in the hallway after reading class. Rachel thought of this question during class but didn't get a chance to ask.
  • Oh, so that part in the story shows the reader that they can adapt to any situation and survive even if they're faced with great obstacles.
  • Wyatt thinks about it before replaying. Rachel is still confused.
  • I get it now. I'm going to go tell my teacher what I learned.
  • Wyatt gives the example in a book the they both recently read. Rachel understands what he is saying now.
  • Bye!
  • Rachel understands Wyatt's  example.
  • Rachel wants to share Wyatt's answer with her reading teacher.
  • The End!
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