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Reading/Language Arts Vocabulary - Grade K Senses Any of five ways to experience your environment. The senses are touch, smell, taste, sight, and hearing. ©Partners for Learning, Inc.
Reading/Language Arts Vocabulary - Grade 1 Diagram A drawing or plan that shows the parts of something or how the parts work together ©Partners for Learning, Inc.
Reading/Language Arts Vocabulary - Grade 2 Emotion A state or condition that is marked by such a feeling or response ©Partners for Learning, Inc.
Characteristics/Traits Features that identify something or someone. The girl has dark brown hair. The girl is wearing a purple shirt. The girl is holding an orange flower and a shovel. Reading/Language Arts Vocabulary - Grade 3
©Partners for Learning, Inc. Analogy A comparison of two different things that are similar in some way. Meow is to Cats as Bark is to Dogs Reading/Language Arts Vocabulary - Grade 4
©Partners for Learning, Inc. Conflict A problem or disagreement between people, society, or nature. Reading/Language Arts Vocabulary - Grade 5
©Partners for Learning, Inc. Author’s purpose The reason the author created a writing. Purpose Report Inform Entertain Persuade Narrate Compare/Contrast Argue Motivate Scare Analyze Enlighten Amuse Reading/Language Arts Vocabulary - Grade 6
©Partners for Learning, Inc. Alliteration The repetition of the same initial letter in successive words; it is done for effect. Reading/Language Arts Vocabulary - Grade 7
©Partners for Learning, Inc. Technical language Written or oral communication that has specialized content. Baseball Home Run Batter Up Line Drive Foul Ball Reading/Language Arts Vocabulary - Grade 8
©Partners for Learning, Inc. Plot The story line or order of events in a book, play, or movie. Rising Action Falling Action Reading/Language Arts Vocabulary - Grade 9-10
©Partners for Learning, Inc. Figures of speech An expression with a special meaning. “Climbing the ladder of success.” Reading/Language Arts Vocabulary - Grade 11-12
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Binger-Oney Bobcats. There are Four Modes of Writing Narrative Descriptive Expository Persuasive.
My Five Senses Created by:. Taste Write one sentence describing something you can taste. Insert a picture of something you can taste.
Short Story Elements English 9. Protagonist The principle character in a literary work. Usually a “good” guy or hero but doesn’t have to be.
Grade 6 Midterm Review Exam Given on January 23, 2013.
Literary Terms and Definitions Unit 1: “The Scarlet Ibis” By James Hurst.
Elements of Literature Notes. Points of View 1 st Person: the narrator is a character in the story; “I” 3 rd Person: “all knowing”; the narrator is not.
Styles of Writing Each genre has a specific purpose or goal.
Journal Describe the funniest thing that has ever happened to you.
Instructions for using this template. Remember this is Jeopardy, so where I have written “Answer” this is the prompt the students will see, and where.
4 th Grade PSSA Reading Vocabulary. affix a prefix or suffix Example: hopeful (ful =full of)
Poetry is literature in verse form, a controlled arrangement of lines and stanzas. Poems use concise, musical, and emotionally charged language to express.
Writing Techniques. Techniques for Success Writing is an important form of communication. Good writers use different writing techniques to fit their purpose.
Miss Clark Communications 7 Text Types. What are text types? Text types are different types of writing that serve a different purpose for the author and/
PSSA REVIEW!!. Elements of Fiction CONFLICT The _________ in the story problem.
Key Academic Vocabulary. Sentence Structure listening paying attention to what you hear.
Reading/Language Arts Vocabulary - Grade K ABC order Words put in alphabetical order ant baby cat dog egg flag go hot ice jet kite log man nut owl pig.
Jeopardy Q 1 Q 2 Q 3 Q 4 Q 5 Q 6Q 16Q 11Q 21 Q 7Q 12Q 17Q 22 Q 8Q 13Q 18 Q 23 Q 9 Q 14Q 19Q 24 Q 10Q 15Q 20Q 25 Final Jeopardy Poetry.
Reading/Language Arts Vocabulary - Grade 1 advertisement A notice in the paper, on a poster, on tv etc., about a job or things for sale. ©Partners for.
What is Setting? Where and when the story takes place Can be real or imaginary Described by using imagery – –Language that appeals to the five senses.
Elements of a Narrative What is a Narrative: A narrative is a story containing specific elements that work together to create interest for not only the.
SPEECH Unit 3 Week 1. Speech vs. Written Work Written Work Writer communicates his or her purpose through written expression. If the reader doesn’t.
Figurative Language Definition: Any expression that stretches the meaning of words beyond their literal meaning.
Literary Elements Vocabulary August 26, Alliteration Repetition of the same or similar consonant sounds in words that are close together The big,
Short Stories a literary prose piece, usually a narrative, which focuses sharply on one character or event; generally readable in a single sitting.
Elements of Fiction First Nine Weeks Setting - the time and place Integral - settings are key to a story, it affects the plot Background - settings are.
Word ADefinition AWord BDefinition BWord CDefinition C
Purple Team Rocks!. Types of Figurative Language Adages and Proverbs Alliteration Dialect Hyperbole Idiom Imagery Metaphor Mood Onomatopoeia Personification.
Narrative Writing overview. When writing a narrative essay, one might think of it as telling a story. These essays are often anecdotal, experiential,
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.
Literature notes Grade Name the two types of literary genre that you studied in grade Complete the following sentences: First person point.
Have you ever spied before?. What are some of spying? Identify the target Keep in mind your goal Look closely for important details Develop solid evidence.
STAAR Review. Usually topic, main idea and details are pertaining to non-fiction Topic – Broad subject of a text Main Idea – What the passage is mainly.
ELEMENTS OF A STORY. 5 ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS OF A STORY Setting – The time and place a story takes place. Characters – the people, animals or creatures in.
THE FIVE SENSES Mrs.Whitmore CCSD Standard- (3)2.2 use and identify five senses, matching the appropriate body part to each sense.
A type of writing, either fiction or nonfiction, that tells a story.
Four Modes of Writing. Narrative Descriptive Expository Persuasive FOUR MODES OF WRITING.
EOG Review Words to Know. Elements of Fiction Plot: the series of events in a story. Four stages of Plot: Exposition: introduce the characters and setting.
Go Figure! Figurative Language 8 th grade Literature Mrs. Crawford.
AFFIX AFFIX: one or more letters attached to a word to create a different form of the word ex: preview, colorful PREFIX PREFIX: a group of letters (affix)
An American movement in literature and art Marked by emotion and imagination A rebellion against the Enlightment and a response to.
The Writing Process Ms. Hames’s 6 th Grade Language Arts Class.
Elements of Poetry 8 th Grade Language Arts Mrs. Uglialoro.
Learning Focus Question: “What is nonfiction and its types and characteristics?” Nonfiction Key Concepts.
Modes of Writing. There are Four Modes of Writing Narrative Descriptive Expository Persuasive.
Essential Literary Terms M. Groome English Language Arts Delta High School Note: I don’t claim that these definitions (or list) are perfect. Please contact.
Narrative Writing Language Arts. What is Narrative Writing? A narrative is a story containing specific elements that work together to create interest.
As you read through this power point, look closely at all words that are underlined and/or in black print. Make sure that you identify these words on your.
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