Deceptive sketching of the grid

Grasp the subject


Peter Stamm, At the ice pond

Aim:

  • Recognize the key message
  • To be able to distinguish between the plot and the topic


Level a

Decide which of the following statements make up the core message of the text.

Help with the decision : Are all parts of the plot recorded?

sample : Assign action parts / text passages to the statements.

It's about

  • the friendship between young people.
  • a youth who commits suicide because his girlfriend is cheating on him with his boyfriend.
  • about people who are unable to speak about what moves them.
  • a young woman who frivolously changes partners.
  • the abuse of trust
  • the disappointment that friends from before have changed
  • Experiences that lead to maturity.


Level B.

Clarify what topic or problem the text is about.

  • What does the reader learn about the characters? (mark à note)
  • Compare the beginning and the end of the story.
  • Determine the core of the plot (the key point)
  • Explain the following passage: “From then on I often stayed in Neuchâtel and on the weekends even started doing my own laundry .“
  • What does Urs want to express with the question “Why did you do that?”?

Justify your answers with passages from the text.


Level c

Clarify what topic or problem it is about. Justify your view with passages from the text.

 

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