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Into the Wild Literary Terms
A written account of somebody else’s life. Biography
When somebody writes an account of their own life. Autobiography
A quote or reference at the start of a chapter of a book that is related to the contents of a chapter or refers to a theme in the chapter. Epigraph
A short story, usually one that is an attention- getter. Anecdote
Language that appeals to the senses (sight, sound, touch, feeling, smells). Imagery
A universal idea explored in a literary work. Theme
Something that is used to stand for something else. Symbol
The attitude the narrator or writer conveys in their piece. Tone
The pattern of events. Plot
The largest problem in a story. Conflict
The things that happen in a story. Complications/Events
The point of greatest tension or excitement in a story. Climax
When all the problems of a story are solved. Resolution
Elements of Non-Fiction
Overview of Narrative Writing 5th grade
Story Elements 6th grade RELA.
Repetitive sounds Alliteration. Repetitive sounds Alliteration.
Literary Elements Short Story Terms. Plot Series of events that make up a story.
Short Story Terms ACTION- What is done by, or what happens to, the characters. AMBIGUITY- When the author makes something in the story unclear or confusing.
Elements of Narrative Text
Short Story Terms. Conflict Conflict: is the struggle between the main character and an opposing force. Conflict: is the struggle between the main character.
FICTION VOCABULARY. FICTION Stories that come from a writer’s imagination.
Short Story. $2 $3 $4 $5 $1 $2 $3 $4 $5 $1 $2 $3 $4 $5 $1 $2 $3 $4 $5 $1 $2 $3 $4 $5 $1 Writing Tools“5 Things”Plot “Charles” Conflict.
SHORT STORY TERMS A FOND REVIEW. PLOT DIAGRAM Exposition: background information Inciting Moment: the moment or event that starts the plot moving forward.
Literary Terms 7 th Grade Honors Part D Click Mouse to Advance.
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.
Literary Elements. Plot: the sequence of events in a story.
Introduction and Literary Terms
Word ADefinition AWord BDefinition BWord CDefinition C
LITERARY TERMS. Plot The story line Setting When and where the story takes place.
Literary Terms. Fiction: A type of writing based on imagination. Non-Fiction: A type of writing that is based on facts.
Elements of Fiction. setting The time, place, and atmosphere of a story including… geographical location (London, Texas, the Caribbean, etc.) time period.
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