7th Grade Advanced - Plot & Point of View
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The sequence or order of events in a story http://quizlet.com/1215378
the setting, characters, and first event in a story.
Introduction to Conflict
The part of the story where the conflict is introduced for the first time.
The part of the story where the conflict increases and the plot becomes more exciting.
The highest point of action or suspense in a story.
The events after the climax where the conflict begins to settle down.
The end of the story where the problem is resolved or solved. http://quizlet.com/1215378
Point of View
The perspective, vantage point, or viewpoint from which a story is told.
1st Person Point of View
This is where the story is told through a main character's eyes. The story is told using 1st person personal pronouns such as I, me, we, or us.
3rd Person Limited Point of View
This is where the narrator is outside the characters and talks about the characters. The narrator has a limited perspective and can only read one character's mind, feelings, and motives (most likely the main character).
3rd Person Omnicient Point of View
This is where the narrator talks about the characters in the story and is "god-like" or "all-knowing" and can read every character's thoughts. This means the reader knows every character's feelings, motives, and thoughts.
(adj.) - lacking in variety; humdrum; boring - The speaker's voice was so monotonous that I fell asleep due to boredom.
(v.) - to fight; to engage in an argument or debate - Yesterday I had a dispute with my parents about my allowance.
(adj.) or (n.) - skillful; expert; crafty; sly - The ninja was very cunning as he snuck into the palace.
(v.) - to sit or rest; lodging - The hens roosted in their pen for the night. http://quizlet.com/1215378
(adj.) - cultured; prepared for raising crops; educated - My farm cultivates its land before planting corn.
(n.) - the time of early manhood or woman hood; perfection of youth - When I was 18, I was in the prime of my life and ready to attack anything!
(v.) - to attempt to please with flattery; to seek attention - The girls fawned over Zac Efron.
(n.) - a loud roar from a crowd; outcry - There was a loud clamor as our team scored a touchdown.
(v.) - to crouch, in fear or shame - The sheep cowered in the corner as the lion approached.
(adj.) - kind; forgiving; lenient - The kind was extremely merciful when he let the young shepherd-boy free.
(v.) - came back to consciousness or life - The lifeguard revived the person after he almost drowned.
(adj.) - wet and dirty - After running outside in the rain, my dog came back in looking very draggled. http://quizlet.com/1215378
(v.) - moved back as if away from a blow - The boxer flinched to move out of the way of the fist.
(n.) - drain - When I take a shower, the water runs down the sluce in the tub.
(adj.) - feeling sorrow for the death of a loved one - My family mourned the death of my grandmother. http://quizlet.com/1215378
(n.) - something that makes you feel better - When I didn't win the $100,000, my parents bought me a teddy bear as a consolation prize.
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