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Repetitive sounds Alliteration
The author's reason for creating a particular workAuthor's Purpose
A form of nonfiction in which a person tells the story of his or her own lifeAutobiography
The story of a person's life written by someone elseBiography
The techniques writers use to create and develop charactersCharacterization
A device in which an episode or chapter ends at a moment of suspenseCliffhanger
A struggle between opposing forcesConflict
Words that characters speak out loudDialogue
A literary form involving parts written for actors to performDrama
A brief story that teaches a lessonFable
Literature that contains at least one fantastic or unreal elementFantasy
A prose writing that tells an imaginary storyFiction
Fresh and original descriptions that, while not literally true, help the reader picture ordinary things in new ways. Figurative Language
A story passed from one generation to the nextFolktale
When a writer provides hints that suggest future events in a storyForeshadowing
A type or category of literatureGenre
A story that is written to portray a time period or convey information about a specific time periodHistorical Fiction
Extreme exaggeration not meant to be taken literallyHyperbole
Text that is written by authors to inform, to explain, to describe, to present information, or to persuade Informational Text
Words or phrases that appeal to a reader's sensesImagery
A story, usually based on historical fact, handed down from the past about a specific personLegend
A comparison of two things that have some quality in common not containing the word like or as, it says one thing is another thing. Metaphor
A story in which the reader is challenged to solve a puzzleMystery
A traditional story, usually of unknown authorship, that deals with the basic questions of the universe. Myth
Writing that tells about real people, places, and eventsNon-fiction
Use of words whose sound suggests their meaning ex. BuzzOnomatopoeia
The giving of human qualities to an animal, object, or ideaPersonification
The sequence of related events that make up a storyPlot
A type of literature in which ideas, images, and feelings are expressed in few wordsPoetry
The perspective from which a story is told, usually first or third personPoint of View
A story that has events that did not really happen but could have happenedRealistic Fiction
A story that is based on real or possible scientific developmentsScience Fiction
The time and place where a story happensSetting
A comparison of two things that have some quality in common containing the word like or asSimile
Using a person, a place, an object, or an action to stand for something beyond itselfSymbolism
The message about life or human nature that is conveyed by a literary work
Definition: Narrative in which the main character engages in a difficult, risky, or unexpected venture. Action/Adventure.
Literary Terms act An act is the major unit of a play.
“L to J” Literary Terms Part 1. Roll the dice… ABCDE FGHIJ KLMNO PQRST UVWXY.
Literary Genres Fiction & Non-Fiction Fiction (Narrative) Prose writing that tells about imaginary characters and events. Short stories and novels are.
5 th Grade Language Arts Genre. State Standards GLE Experience various literary genres, including fiction and nonfiction, poetry, drama, chapter.
Genres of Literature Vocabulary. This is a word that describes how something sounds. Vrooooom Vrooooom went the loud car.
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.
6 th Grade Language Arts Genre. What is genre? Genre is different categories or types of books.
Different Types of Literature
THIS IS With Host... Your Figurative Language Story Elements Point of View Character Types Literary Devices Genres: Fiction- vs-
Figurative Language PoetryGenre Literary Elements I.
Genres By Rebecca Painter.
Vocabulary Game Amy Dent, TIS April 2006 Amy Dent, TIS April 2006 Let’s Play!!
Click Once to Begin JEOPARDY! Sound Devices Literary Works Author’s Terms Literary Works II Extra Terms Story Terms.
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Jeopardy Poetry General Literary FictionNonfiction Short Stories Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
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