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The feeling of a character as reflected in the selection
The mood is HAPPY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
The mood is SAD!!!!!!
The mood is MAD!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
A comparison of two things
The person or animal around which the action in a story has occurred
The high point or turning point in a story Press here for examples
Twilight: When Bella and Edward finally become a couple. Harry Potter: When he finds out he is a wizard.
The problems or complications in a story
The dictionary meaning of a word
To use writing to amuse a reader
To use writing to provide factual information about a topic
How the writing makes a reader feel (happy, sad, upset)
The actions or event in a story
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By: Kirsten McCown. The feeling of a character as reflected in the selection The feeling of a character as reflected in the selection.
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The feelings of a character as reflected in the selection. Example: “You really need to back up out my face.”
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