Journal Entry Every Day Use

Journal Entry for Everyday Use

Paragraph One: Write a concise summary of “Everyday Use” that ends with a central idea statement.
Paragraph Two: Identify and discuss the primary conflict in “Everyday Use.” Explain how the primary conflict helps shape the central idea. Find sufficient textual evidence to support your claim. Explain how the textual evidence supports your claim (don’t let the text speak for itself)
Paragraph Three: Identify and discuss a secondary conflict in “Everyday Use.” Find sufficient textual evidence to support your claim. Explain how the textual evidence supports your claim (don’t let the text speak for itself)
Paragraph Four: Discuss whether the conflicts are resolved. Provide and analyze textual evidence.
Paragraph Five: Identify and discuss the point of view used in the story. The four options for point-of-view are identified below. The story uses only one of the four. 
First Person-when the story is told by a character within it. 
Limited Omniscience-narration that allows us access to only one character’s thoughts or feelings. 
Total Omniscience-narration that allows us access to multiple character’s thoughts or feelings. 
Dramatic-narration that presents only the words and actions of characters. We never have access to any characters thoughts or feelings.