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According to the video nouns can be:
people, places, things and ideas
plural of knife
plural of bookshelf
plural of half
plural of cliff
plural of birth
plural of waiter
plural of booth
plural of sheep
plural of shrimp
plural of salmon
plural of offspring
plural of cod
A summary needs to be
clear for some who has not read, heard or seen the original material.
When creating a summary you need to include
all the information necessary for the person to read and understand the material without the original source.
In a summary you should include:
all the main points
A summary should be:
as brief as possible
A summary shouldn't be
A summary does not need to be
to be very descriptive
A good summary should maintain a good paragraph structure which contains
"topic sentences", "supporting sentences" and "concluding sentences".
The supporting sentences in a summary are the
When summarizing, in general, you should
follow the same order that was presented in the original material.
Can you use direct quotes in a summary?
Should I use paraphrase in summaries?
In a summary, I cannot
copy and paste sentences from the original material
A good summary needs to be
I may not include my ___________ in a summary
Point of view is the
vantage point or position from which the story is told.
In a story told from the first-person point of view, the narrator is a character _______________
inside the story
In a story in which the narrator is an outside observer.
third-person point of view
me, my, mine, we, us, our, and ours are all_________
First-person point of view
In a story told from the third-person point of view, the narrator is not a character but
an outside observer.
A limited point of view, means that the narrator reveals the
thoughts, feelings, and opinions of only one character.
What does the word "omniscient mean"?
In third-person point of view, an outside observer
tells the story.
In choosing the point of view, the writer determines how a story will be told. This is done through the writer's choice of _________
A narrator can be ________ the story, participating in events
Some stories written from the third-person point of view have a ____________narrator who reveals the thoughts and feelings of only one character.
Writers sometimes choose a third-person point of view so that you, as the reader,
stay at a distance from the action.
A third-person limited point of view focuses on more than
one character's thoughts and feelings.
A third-person omniscient point of view provides
readers with few details.
In writing, point of view is the vantage point—
the place from which the reader can see the action.
Which of the following is NOT a kind of point of view?
The _________ introduces the setting, the main characters, and the main conflict.
In the ___________ stage, the conflict grows more complicated. Suspense builds, and more details are added.
The ___________ presents the conflict at its most dramatic. This is the story's turning point.
The __________ reveals the story's final outcome and ties up any loose ends.
The __________ reveals the outcome of the story's climax, eases any tension or suspense, and shows how the conflict will be resolved.
The order in which events are described in a story is called_________-.
Writers of most stories, biographies, autobiographies, and historical writing use chronological order,
telling about events in the order those events occurred.
Times, dates, and numbers will often appear in the
end of sentences.
Words such as "first, next, later, earlier, then, or finally"
You can use a _____________, such as a timeline or a flow chart, to help you keep track of the sequence.
If the actual time or date of an event is not given, the writer will often indicate order through the use of other
_____________ interrupt the chronological order of events.
An account of events that happened before the beginning of a story, or at an earlier point, is called a _______________.
An account of events that happened before the beginning of a story, or at an earlier point, is called a __________-.
Don't run in the halls!
Ian saw the train on the bridge
A glossary is
a list of specialized terms and their definitions.
a verb form that is used as an adjective, which modifies a noun.
A present participle ends in
A past participle can have different
endings, such as
-d, -ed, or -en
The participle is: The deafening cheers shook the stadium.
The participle is: The disgraced regime comes to an end.
The participle is: The fallen dictator flees the country
The participle is: Haitians, smiling, celebrated in
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