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Literary Terms By: Dalton Crouch
Setting the time and place in which the action of a story occurs
Character the person or animal around which the action in a story occurs
Flashback returning to an earlier time in a story for the purpose of making something clearer in the present
Opinion a statement that requires a value judgment; it is what someone thinks or believes THE BEST GAME EVER
Fact A statement that is true or can be proven Won the 2010 Super Bowl
First-person a point of view that includes the author, uses the word "I"
Mood how the writing makes the reader feel (happy, sad, upset)
Plot the action or events in a story
Simile a figurative comparison that uses "like" or "as"Everyone love this game
Theme a statement about life that a particular selection is trying to get across to the reader Something that stands out
By: Trevor Danley. Analogy A comparison of two things.
Literary Terms By: Jessica Bilimek. Flashback Returning to an earlier time in a story for the purpose of making something clearer in the present. Example:
The feelings of a character as reflected in the selection. Example: “You really need to back up out my face.”
Literary Elements By: Carson Rommel. Analogy A comparison of two things. Arm is to baseball as leg is to soccer.
The high point or turning point in a story. The problem or complications in a story.
IMPORTANT LITERARY TERM VOCABULARY
Characters People or animals in a story. Setting Tells where and when the story takes place.
By: Kirsten McCown. The feeling of a character as reflected in the selection.
By: Kirsten McCown. The feeling of a character as reflected in the selection The feeling of a character as reflected in the selection.
By: Chealsea Slider Mrs.Rogers— 6 th period. The dictionary meaning of the word. The definition of Fun- Amusing, entertaining and enjoyable.
There are ten this week! Don’t get too excited!. small pieces of information that tell more about the main idea.
Hexagonal Writing Understanding how to write a literary analysis an easy way!
Maniac Magee Literary Elements.
Understanding how to write a literary analysis an easy way!
Literary Terms By: Kaulyn Loe.
Do you still remember the first time you saw him/her? How it was? Love at first sight Hate the way he/she was.
Simile/Metaphor/ Personification Author’s PurposePlot.
Feelings Everybody has feelings. Feelings Everybody has Feelings! There are many ways to feel! Can you look at someone and know how they feel? Angry Sad.
LITERARY TERMS Madalyn Gathright 4/5/11 ELA-1. What are literary terms? Literary terms are words that someone might find in reading that are used to.
When I Get Angry at School. I like to come to school.
Characteristics of. Personal~having to do with oneself Narrative~telling a story A personal narrative is a story about yourself!
Expository Vocabulary Word list. Word list - definitions Fact – a true statement; everyone agrees Opinion – a statement of what someone thinks or believes;
Why does an author write a story?
Literary Terms Genre A category or type of literature based on style, form, and content.
Symbolism and Allegory
Fact and Opinion To be a good reader, you should be able to tell the difference between a fact and an opinion. Figuring out facts from opinions is something.
By: Zack Wolf Literary Terms. analogy a comparison of two things Legs, Smiling, Full of Solid Stuff Colorful, Pump, Full of Air.
Identifying the Elements of A Plot Diagram Student Notes.
By Jamie LeComb and Matt Christian. A reference to a historical figure, place, or event “It was funny to see how much Marx and God looked like each other”
Alexandra Jones 5 th period Mrs. Rogers. A COMPARISON OF TWO THINGS WINTER SUMMER.
Theme and central/main idea
Game - Guess the feeling! Rules of the game: When you see the face appear, guess which word best describes the expression- A, B, C or D Then, stand next.
Replace the text in all the text boxes and enter your own information. To do this, triple- click on the existing text and simply start typing. Do.
Reading Comprehension: Becoming a Good Reader
FICTION VOCABULARY. FICTION Stories that come from a writer’s imagination.
My Accidents Happen Story. My name is John and sometimes things happen that make me very mad or sad.
Literary Elements. What are “literary elements”? Literary elements are the basic parts that an author uses to create a story. These parts include the.
Title: “What Do Fish Have To Do With Anything?” Author: Avi.
10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt 10 pt 15 pt 20 pt 25 pt 5 pt Literary.
( ) What is the main idea of the reading? (A) The son explained why he liked to play online games. (B) The father tried to stop his son from doing something.
FACTS VS. OPINIONS. FACT Something that is true. The Earth is not flat.
By Sara Vaughn Mrs. Rogers Literary Terms. Flashback Definition Returning to an earlier time in a story for the purpose of making something clearer in.
Narrative Analysis For short stories and novels. Plot The events that make up a story. Climax Rising ActionFalling Action BeginningResolution.
Elements of Fiction What Is fiction.
Finding the Main Idea Try looking in the first sentence or the last sentence of a paragraph. If the main idea is not specifically stated, ask yourself,
LA9U2 Novel Unit: The Pigman
Drama – a story performed by actors Actor – someone who performs a part in a drama Character – the role of someone in a drama Protagonist Main.
Group 1. Distinguish Perceive or point out a difference.
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.
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