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Who, what, where at beginning of story

Exspsition

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When “normal” life changes and/or conflict is introduced

Initiating event

3


A problem in a story.
4 Types- character vs.
-character (fight)
-self (conscience)
-society (outcast)
-nature (flu or rain)

Confict

4


When the problem gets worse

Rising action

5


When a problem reaches a turning-point and we get the answer we’ve been asking.

Climax

6


When/how characters deal with conflict’s answer

Falling action

7


New “normal” after conflict has resolved

Resolution

8


When 2 stories happen at the same time

Parallel Episodes/Subplots

9


Who tells the story

Point of View

10


Where story takes place

Setting

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How authors make characters seem believable

Characterization

12


Point of view, conflict, traits, motivation, relationships

5 Character Ingredients

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Guess what will happen next

Making prodictions

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Lesson READER learns

Theam

15


Shorter version of story in own words

Sumery

16


Image you get in your head when you read

Imagenary

17


Not literal. Expressions that mean something different than what is actually said

Figurative Language

18


Comparison using “like” or “as”

Simeli

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Comparison NOT using “like” or “as

Its a medphore😱😰😰

20


Words for sounds (“Boom”)

Onomonopia

21


Extreme exaggerations ex: ton of homework

Hyperbole

22


Figure of speech (“raining cats and dogs”)

Idiom

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Giving non-living things human-like characteristics

Personification

24


Same sound at start of words

Alliteration

25


Situational comparison

Analogy

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Using descriptive language to paint realistic story for readers

Descriptive Structure

27


What an article is about- BROAD category

Topic

28


What the author tries to prove to the reader

Claim

29


Facts/opinions authors use to prove their claims

Evidence

30


What YOU (the reader) thinks about a topic after reading

Conclusion

31


Reading “between the lines

Inference

32


Claim+Evidence=______________

Summury

33


Something you can prove versus something that cannot be proven

Fact and oppinon

34


How the author’s opinion affects his/her opinion

Author’s Bias/Viewpoint

35


How the author uses words to communicate

Authors style

36


Tricks authors use to manipulate the reader

Propogamda

37


“Everyone is doing it, you should, too

Bandwagon

38


First-hand testimonies (sometimes famous person

Testemoinals

39


WHY the author is writing

Authors purpose

40


Using words around an unknown word to determine its meaning

Comtext clues

41


Prefixes, suffixes, and root words

Morphemes

42


Text is written to show how one thing leads to another

Cause and Effect Structure

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Text is written to show how things are similar and different

Compare and Contrast Structure

44


Items used to navigate a text to find information

Text features

45


Beginning of book. Shows pages on which info can be found

Tabel of conenets

46


Boxes along the side of a text to give more information

Side bar

47


Alphabetical list of topics with page numbers

Index

48

The deffention to words at the back of a book

Glossery

49


Name given to piece of writing

Title

50


Text is written to show steps required to complete a task

Sequence Structure

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Storyline- has 6 parts


Plot