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The high point of the story
Relating the story to something
Form of language that is spoken in a certain place
The words that characters speak aloud
The process of judging the worth of someone or something
A contrast between what is expected to happen and what actually does happen
Major section of a play
Process of breaking something down
An interruption in a scene that goes back in time
Comparison using like or as
Cause & Effect
One thing happens because of another
The story is not real
The story is written about a persons life
Why a character does something
A character who is a striking contrast to another character
Type of literature
Hints to later events in the story
Story is real
Includes all the techniques writers use to create and develop characters
Specialized vocabulary used by a certain proffesion
Giving a non-living thing human characteristics
Reason the author wrote the story
Main person or thing in the story
Broad statement about an entire group
Story that takes place in an unreal, imaginary world
Literary Terms act An act is the major unit of a play.
Repetitive sounds Alliteration The author's reason for creating a particular work Author's Purpose.
Study Review Reading Terms. Genres Biography? The story of a person’s life as told by someone other than the person. Click Here.
A type of writing, either fiction or nonfiction, that tells a story.
A figure of speech that compares or equates two or more things that have something in common. It does not use like or as. A. SIMILE B. METAPHOR C. RHYTHM.
English 9. Two types: Realistic Fiction (#2) – Fiction that could take place in real life Fantastic Fiction (#3) – Fiction that is unrealistic.
Fiction Notes, 8/27/15 REALISTIC FICTION: type of fiction story that can possibly happen in real life PLOT: the sequence of main events in a story.
GT EXAM REVIEW 1 st Semester. GENRES OF LITERATURE 1.Autobiography 2.Biography 3.Drama 4.Fable 5.Fantasy 6.Fiction 7.Folktale 8.Genre 9.Historical Fiction.
Literary Term Notes Setting Where and when the story takes place: Time of day, place, season, time period, etc.
What makes an effective short story?
Literary Terms English 11 The narrative perspective from which a story is told.
` Characterization The manner in which an author presents a character by using the character’s actions, dialogue, description, or how other characters.
PRESENTING.... LITERATURE NOTES Literature is writings in prose or verse, having excellence of expression and expressing ideas of permanent or universal.
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Alliteration- A repetition of the initial sounds of several words in a group. Allusion- A reference in one literary work to a character or theme found.
Short Story Terms. What is a Short Story? A short story is : a brief work of fiction where, usually, the main character faces a conflict that is worked.
Literature Terms. STANZA A group of lines within a poem. A stanza is like a paragraph. Poem/ Poetry A type of literature in which the author uses his.
Genres of Text ~ a brief overview ~ By Mrs. Mykal Knight.
Literary Terms Genre A category or type of literature based on style, form, and content.
Short Story Terms 9 th ELA. What is a Short Story? A short story is : a brief work of fiction where, usually, the main character faces a conflict that.
Literary Terms English Mrs. Maxwell. What are literary terms? Building blocks/structure of a story, novel, play, etc. Create a clearer picture for.
November 10, 2014, Y Day Write down assignments: –Vocabulary and Plot Quiz Friday 11/22 Work on new Words –Divide and Conquer chart –Use new word list.
LITERARY ANALYSIS VOCABULARY Definitions (You will be quizzed on these!)
When someone says one thing but means something completely different verbal irony verbal irony.
Short Story Notes Elements of Fiction Short Story- a fictional account of events written in prose paragraphs Plot- a sequence of events in a literary work.
LITERARY DEVICES (ELEMENTS AND TECHNIQUES) OF FICTION.
Literary Terms. 1. Prose- writing in sentence form 2. Poetry- words in rhythm 3. Biography- a story about someone’s life written by another person 4.
Drama Academic Vocabulary. Drama Definition: Literature in which the plot and character are developed through dialogue and action; drama is literature.
Characters People or animals in a story. Setting Tells where and when the story takes place.
“L to J” Literary Terms Part 1. Roll the dice… ABCDE FGHIJ KLMNO PQRST UVWXY.
Introduction to Short Story Elements of Fiction. What is a Short Story? A short story is: a brief work of fiction where, usually, the main character faces.
Literary Elements PlotPoint of ViewMood SettingForeshadowingCharacters FlashbackConflictTheme IronyMotivationSuspense Symbol.
Standard 3.6 Analyze and trace an author’s development of time sequence, including the use of complex literary devices (e.g., foreshadowing, flashback).
the main character, or the one most central to the action of the story.
Spring 2013 Language Arts Semester Review 6 th grade.
1 Clockwork Listen to the song that is playing. Imagine the music as background to a narrative that has a setting, characters, and plot. In your writer’s.
Literary Terms September 6, Climax (turning point) the moment of maximum interest; where the rising action meets the falling action.
Drama Terms Drama- any story in dialogue that is performed by actors for an audience any story in dialogue that is performed by actors for an audience.
Short Story Terms A Guide to Interpreting Short Stories.
THIS IS With Host... Your Figurative Language Story Elements Point of View Character Types Literary Devices Genres: Fiction- vs-
Story Elements- Narrative Text. Narrative Also known as “fiction” Fiction is writing that is not true. A narrative is a story with a beginning, middle,
Literary Terms. Allegory A literary device where the setting, characters, or actions stand for or symbolize an idea or concept. Unlike a symbol an allegory.
GENRE STUDY!!! LEARNING THE CHARACTERISTICS OF VARIOUS TYPES OF LITERATURE.
Literary Terms Vocabulary. Author’s Purpose Reason for writing the story. (to inform, to entertain, to persuade, etc.) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ECE0I0AeXXE.
Warm-Up What is suspense? What book/TV show/movie do you remember being very suspenseful? Why?
Drama Unit Terms and definitions. DRAMA the literary genre of works intended for the theater.
Literary Elements and Techniques Too! Some basics that every good story must have ….
Dramatic and Literary Elements. Act A division within a play, much like chapters of a novel.
Elements of Literature The Short Story Unit. Standards E1-1 Read and comprehend a variety of literary texts in print and non print forms. E1-2 Read and.
Narrative Elements Lesson 6. Fiction Genres Realistic Fiction: the story is believable – it could happen to anyone. The main character often faces an.
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