September 4

ELA 9 A2 Resolving Conflict

Some tough situations we find ourselves in have easily-found ways to deal with that conflict. Other situations of conflict for people can leave them quite unsure how to resolve it. The story in this section is a playful look at someone in a situation they don’t want to be in; read to find out how it all ends!


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  • “The Landlady” art: scroll down in this page and look at the collection of drawings that depict, in the artists’ minds, the story of  “TheLandlady”.
  • Peer Reviewing Creative Writing Punctuation: here is your list of edits to correct and identify with the text in colour.













Consider the images collected below and make a judgement about what you anticipate this story will be about or the tone of it.

The Landlady by Roald Dahl - English for everyone

The Landlady - Short Film - YouTubeIllustration based on "The Landlady" by Roald Dahl. | Roald dahl short stories, Roald dahl, IllustrationMy Take On: The Landlady - My take on: The Landlady By Roald Dahl - Wattpad

My Alternative Ending to 'The Landlady' by Roald Dahl | Travel BlogThe Landlady on Behance
















































Instructional Videos for Support:


Dialogue Punctuation Practice:
In a Google Doc, write out these short paragraphs reformatted to include the proper mechanics: new lines for new speaker, quotation marks, commas, etc.

Make sure your document title is (your name) A2 Dialogue Punctuation and share with me. Ask me for the link to check your own writing. 🙂

















Curricular Objectives Connected to this Section Include:

Posted September 4, 2020 by Waldner in category ELA 9

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