Presentation on theme: "Author’s Tool Box Fable Fairy Tale Folk Tale Myth Legend Author’s Intent antonym synonym onomatopoeia Fact and Opinion Point of view Mood and tone Cause."— Presentation transcript:
Author’s Tool Box Fable Fairy Tale Folk Tale Myth Legend Author’s Intent antonym synonym onomatopoeia Fact and Opinion Point of view Mood and tone Cause and effect foreshadowing Introduction and Conclusion homophone Alliteration Theme Metaphor / simile Protagonist /antagonist Alliteration Setting m/general/glossary.htm Sentence structure (varying)
Fact and Opinion Everything in a story is either a fact or fiction. Real or fake.
Foreshadowing Foreshadowing is when authors give small clues in a characters actions or words that will give you hints about what will happen in the end of the book.
Onomatopoeia An onomatopoeia are words that sound the same as there meanings. Examples are boom, pow,, pop, clunk, and kapow!!
Cause and Effect In every story there is a cause and effect. In Old Willis Place Diana and Georgie get locked in a closet. Because of this they die and become ghosts.
Author’s purpose m/general/glossary.htm P. I. E. ERSUADEERSUADE NFORMNFORM ENTERTAINENTERTAIN
Point of View m/general/glossary.htm In stories they are all narrated by different characters or the author. In most of the Old Willis Place Diana is narrating it.
Mood & Tone m/general/glossary.htm The author will set a certain mood and tone in stories so that maybe you will feel a certain way about a character or feel scared or happy in different parts of the book.
Settings m/general/glossary.htm Different books will take place in different settings to make the reader feel different for certain thing in the book.
Protagonist / Antagonist m/general/glossary.htm Protagonist are good people and Antagonists are bad people.
Theme: example like Redemption m/general/glossary.htm Authors want there characters to get redeemed in the end of the book so the reader will like them and feel sorry for them
Theme Every story has a theme. It could be a comedy or mystery. Maybe even a tearjerker.
Introduction and Conclusion The intro and conclusion should be very bold statements. An intro should make you want to keep reading. A conclusion should sum it all up for you.
Historically challenging areas of the ISAT reading test: Main Idea Main Idea Myth/Fable/Fairy Tale/Folk Tale/Legend Myth/Fable/Fairy Tale/Folk Tale/Legend Author’s message Author’s message Point of View Point of View Fact/Opinion Fact/Opinion Cause and Effect (comic strip/story board) Cause and Effect (comic strip/story board) Mood/Tone Mood/Tone Information from Charts and Graphs Information from Charts and Graphs