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A group of scenes in a play
Repetition of initial consonant sounds: "Peter Piper Picked a peck of pickled peppers."
A comparison between two pairs of things: apple: red :: banana : yellow
A book containing lists of facts, published every year.
A group of words next to one another in a poem
a book of maps
The person who wrote the selection
How the author or character feels about a topic.
The story of a person's life; written by that person.
A summary of events that happened before the story begins.
A strong opinion about a topic that influences the way a writer writes.
Words written in dark, heavy type
An event that makes something else happen
Details that describe what kind of person a character is.
The story of a person's life written by another author
A person or animal who takes part in a story
The most important event in the story; the moment the conflict is resolved.
Tell how two things are alike.
A decision a reader makes about what is happening in the story, based on evidence.
a conclusion or to conclude
A statement that tells how two things are alike or different
The problem characters in a story are trying to solve.
Words around an unknown word that help you figure out its meaning.
Tell how two things are different.
Words characters say to one another in piece of writing.
A variety of English spoken by a certain group of people: "You ain't gone?"
A book of words and their definitions
A piece of writing intended to be performed by actors.
The result of a cause
A book or set of books containing facts and explanations of a wide variety of subjects
Judge the quality of something good; decide how good or bad something is.
Something that happens in a story
Things that have happened in a person's life
A statement that can be proved to be true
A story made up by an author.
The story is told by a character inside the story.
Hints the author gives about what will happen next.
A section in a book that gives the meaning of words used in that book
The title of one section of a selection
A picture, diagram, drawing, figure, graph, or table that adds information to the selection.
Make an educated guess about what is happening in the story.
to infer or make an inference
Stretching the truth; making something greater than it really is.
Words that don't mean exactly what they say, such as similes and metaphors.
A scene in a story that brings the reader back to an event that happened before.
Exaggeration: "Your dog is so ugly it could..."
Understand and explain the meaning of something.
Writing at the beginning of a selection that tells you what will come.
Writing that slants to the side
What the author says about the topic; the most important message of the selection.
The conflict of the story
The story of a person's life, written by that person (Also called autobiography)
Blank space around the edges of the page
A comparison not using the words "like" or "as"
The feeling of the selection; the way the author wants the reader to feel.
A story told in prose.
The person telling the story
Writing that is true, telling about real-life people, places, things, or ideas.
A statement about the way a person feels about something; it cannot be proven to be true for everybody.
A comparison between a non-human and a human, giving a non-human human qualities.
A group of words, not a complete sentence
What happens in the story
A piece of writing that uses lines, stanzas, sounds, and figurative language to express an imaginative thought.
The author of a poem
Who's telling the story (in fiction) OR The author's perspective on his/her topic (in nonfiction)
point of view
Guess what will happen next.
A piece of writing written by someone who was involved in the event he/she describes.
Writing that tries to persuade the reader to act based on emotions and not on facts
The reason why a person does something
Emphasizing a sound, word, or idea by using it over and over again
Repetition of the ending sounds of words: hat/cat/mat or take/break/shake.
The way the conflict in the story is solved.
Punctuation marks that surround dialogue
When and where a story takes place
A comparison between two things that uses the words "like" or "as"
The way a problem could be solved.
The author's position on a topic: how he/she feels about it.
A group of lines in a poem
A smaller heading that gives the title of one section of a selection
Re-tell the story by listing the most important events
summary or to summarize
The moral or lesson about life that a story teaches
A narrator, who is not a character in the story, tells the story.
A book of words and their synonyms
What the selection is about.
Words imitating sounds: ex. Yippee, a-choo
To cause somebody to adopt a certain position, belief, or course of action
The reason a character behaves a certain way.
The character who opposes the main character
A story that attempts to explain something about the world
The main or central character in a literary work
A brief tale, usually about an animal, that teaches a moral or lesson.
The person or persons for whom you are writing
To look quickly at a reading for a general idea of what it is about.
An alphabetical list in a printed work that gives each item listed the page number where it may be found.
A story passed down from one generation to the next.
To look quickly through a reading for specific information
A newspaper or magazine article that gives the opinions of its editors
A story from the past, often about a famous person or event, based at least somewhat on historical fact
A fact or idea that helps to prove that the main idea is correct
The name of a selection
A category of writing
Transfer an idea from your reading to a new situation in real life.
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