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STUDY
PLAY
Narrative
Tells a clear story
Narrative
Includes charactors that change over time
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Presents a conflict and resolution
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Surprises, chanenges, and entertains the reader
Expository
Informs or explains
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Informs the reader about a topic
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Expains something interesting or curious
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Focuses on making a topic clear
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Anticipates and answers the reader's questions
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Includes details that add information, support key ideas, and help the reader make personal connections
Persuasive
To construct an argument
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States a position clearly and sticks with it
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Offers good sound resoning
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Proviides soild facts, opinions, and examples.
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revals weakness in other positions
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Uses voice to add credibility and show confidence.
Plot
is the series of related events that make up the story
Exposition
tells who the main charactor or charactors are and what the conflict or problem is. The start of the story
Conflict
Is the dramatic struggle between two forces in a story. No confict no plot
Rising Action
The series of conflict and crisis in the story that lead to the climax
Climax
the Turing point, the most intense moment either mentally or in a action.
Falling action
All of the action whitch follows the climax
Resolution
the conclusion, the tying together of all the threads.
Charactor
a person or figure that is part of a story.
Oursleves
by reading the struggles in the story we often learn about
Direct Characterization
The writer tells readers directly what a charactor is like.
Indirect Characterization
The writer reveals characters' traits through