SETTING The time and place in which a work of literature happens. http://www.school-clipart.com/_small/0511-0806-1016-3456.jpg
THEME The general main idea or lesson the author wants you to get from a literary work.
CHARACTERIZATION The description of the personalities of the characters in the story and the way in which an author reveals their personalities.
PLOT The sequence or order of events in a story. http://3.bp.blogspot.com/_r- ZHry3yxLM/SDWIt2VQMgI/AAAAAAAACRA/3VhCoflbu0A/s400/lights-camera-action.jpg
PLOT DIAGRAM R i s i n g A c t i o n F a l l i n g A c t i o n Resolution Climax Exposition Conflict
POINT OF VIEW The story teller from whose point of view the story is being told, the narrator. Coming soon to a classroom near you! http://www.picturesof.net/_images_300/Man_with_a_Bird_on_His_Head_Us ing_Binoculars_Royalty_Free_Clipart_Picture_090529-143715-074042.jpg
Unit EQ How do I summarize fiction texts using the story elements? How do I compare/contrast fiction texts using the story elements?
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