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Genre text falls into two main categories: Fiction Nonfiction
Non-fiction Written to inform, persuade, or explain. Always true
Biography The story of a real person’s life written by another person.
Autobiography The story of a real person’s life written by themselves.
Informational Text that provides facts about a variety of topics. (Sports, history, animals, science, careers, travel, etc.)
Fiction Tells a story Frequently written to entertain Often contains characters, settings, conflicts, and plot. Comes in many forms as you will see on the following slides.
Fables Stories that teach a lesson. They often have animal characters that behave like people. A fable is a type of traditional literature.
Folktales A folktale is an old story that reveals the beliefs and customs of a culture. Examples: African folktales like Anansi the Spider stories. Traditional Chinese stories.
Tall Tale A special kind of hero story because the heroes of tall tales are 'larger than life'. They are bigger or stronger than real people, even when the tall tale is based on a real person.
Legend Tradition or story handed down from earlier times and popularly accepted as true but actually a mix of fact and fiction.
Myth An ancient story often meant to explain the mysteries of life or nature. “How the Camel Got His Hump “ This playful tale is among the best known of Rudyard Kipling's "Just So" stories.
Fantasy A story about characters who may not be realistic and about events that could not really happen.
Realistic Fiction Stories that portray characters and settings that could exist in real life, as well as events that could happen in real life.
Historical Fiction Stories about characters who might have lived in the past and about events that might have really happened in history with some made up details and events.
CClue #1 It has characters CClue #2 The tortuous and the hair. CClue #3 It usually teaches a lesson. GGenre- Fable.
Literature Genres Sharon Sun July 2, th grade.
Genre: a distinctive category of literary composition.
Repetitive sounds Alliteration. Repetitive sounds Alliteration.
Analyze the Purpose & Characteristics of Prose RL 3.1: Articulate the expressed purposes and characteristics of different forms of prose (e.g., short story,
Poetry Anthology Poetry is verse written to inspire thoughts and feelings in the reader. It often uses rhyme and rhythm, or it can be written in free verse.
Drama skits, musicals or plays Drama skits, musicals or plays Historical fiction Historical fiction Mystery Mystery Science fiction Science fiction.
5 th Grade Language Arts Genre. State Standards GLE Experience various literary genres, including fiction and nonfiction, poetry, drama, chapter.
GENRE What kind of music do you like? Pop Classical Rap Jazz Rock Heavy Metal.
Genres By Rebecca Painter.
6 th Grade Language Arts Genre. What is genre? Genre is different categories or types of books.
GENRES OF LITERATURE Types of Fiction 1. Traditional- These are the oldest and most “traditional” types of fiction.
Literary Genres Definition: categories in which a work of literature is classified. The major genres in literature are fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and.
GenreGenre Reading Notes September, Genre A kind or type, a category, or sort, especially of literary or artistic work.
Genre genre genre genre genre genre genre genre genre.
Genre: a distinctive category of literary composition One is just right for YOU!
Language Arts Genres of Literature.
Genres ( JON-RA ). What does genre mean? Genre: a category of artistic composition So, a genre is just the category a book falls into!! How many genres.
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