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Characters People or animals in a story
Setting Tells where and when the story takes place
Main Idea Tells what a story is mostly about
Contrast Tells how things are different
Compare Tells how things are alike
Cause Tells why something happened
Effect Tells what happened
Effect Tells what happened
Author’s Purpose The reason the story was written
Nonfiction A story that is real
Fiction A story that is make- believe
Predict To guess what is going to happen
Connections Book to Self Book to Book Book to World
Fact It can be proven It is true Opinion How someone feels about something
Plot The sequence of events in a story Beginning Middle End Problem- something that goes wrong in a story Solution- how the problem is solved
Problem Solution How the problem is solved Something that goes wrong in a story Phew!!!! Oh no!!!!
To inform To entertain To persuade
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)
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