Flashcards in Lesson 1 Deck (14):
Point of view
The perspective from which a story is told.
The time and place in which a novel's action happens
Methods of Characterization
The way an author makes a character seem realistic and believable to us, the readers, including Physical Description, Thoughts and Feelings, Words and Actions, Others' Reactions
The basic beginning, middle, and end format that most paragraphs follow.
Explanation that flows smoothly from one to the next in a paragraph.
Individual words that create coherence in a paragraph. Ex. also, next, rather than, in addition to, however.
Focus on a single idea throughout an entire paragraph
A sentence near the beginning of a paragraph that states the main idea.
A sentence at the end of a paragraph that sums up the main idea
The middle section of a paragraph in which the main idea is developed through explanation, examples, and details.
The struggle between two opposing forces in a story.
A struggle between a character and an outside force. Four types are: Character vs. Character; Character vs. Fate; Character vs. Society; and Character vs. Nature.
A struggle between a character and his own decisions