Gr 6 Reading- Elements of Fiction
Terms in this set (48)
a made up story
fiction can tell about things that ___________
characters in fiction
like real or imaginary people
uses the elements of fiction to create a literary work of art
tools of a writer
point of view
true to life
shallow and underdeveloped
do not experience change
the main character in a story
the character who wants something different than the main character and keeps trying to stop the main character
WHERE and WHEN the story takes place
The setting allows the reader to _____ scenes and characters in those scenes
A struggle that occurs in the story
The conflict can be either ____ or _____
INTERNAL or EXTERNAL
Without the conflict, there is ____ _______
The conflict is introduced during the _____ _______
The conflict is faced head on during the __________
The conflict begins to work itself out during the ____ ____
The conflict is solved during the ___________
A character struggles with another character
Person vs Person
A character struggles with a force of nature ( natural disaster, animal, desolation, etc.) Usually the character is struggling to survive
Person vs Nature
A character or a group of characters fights against society in which they live or the character fights against social traditions or rules
Person vs Society
The character's struggle takes place in his/her ____
usually has something to do with a ________ (Choosing between right and wrong or it may have to do with overcoming emotions or mixed feelings
Person vs Himself or Herself
The mode of _____ that an author employs to let the readers "hear" and "see" what takes place in a story, poem, essay,etc.
The _______ in which the story is told
_______ stories are told in either first person point of view or third person point of view.
In the First Person point of View "I" is used as the ______
First person point of view is good for ______ accounts
The third person point of view is written as if the story is observed from ___________ of the __________
In the third person point of view pronouns such as "__"
"___", "_____" are used when telling the story
he; she; they
There are ____types of third person points of view.
three; third person objective; third person limited omniscient; third person omniscient
In Third Person Objective point of view the narrator is an ______ who tells what the characters "do" but not what they _____ and _________
outsider; think ; feel
In Third Person Limited Omniscient point of view the narrator telling the story only knows about _____ character.
In Third Person Limited Omniscient point of view the narrator is an outsider who sees into the _______ of the one character.
An author using the Third Person Limited Omniscient Point of view recounts the story through the eyes of a ______ character.
In Third Person Omniscient point of view the narrator knows everything about _____ of the characters.
In Third Person Omniscient point of view the narrator can enter the mind of any character in the story or at any _____ in order to reveal the characters' thoughts, feelings, and ____ directly to the reader.
The plot is the series of events or _____ of the story.
The plot answers the question, "______________?"
The plot always involves some kind of conflict .
The structure or organization or events that make up a fictional story
the beginning of the story that introduces 1. character 2. conflict 3. setting
2. Rising Action
events before the climax; character's attempt(s) to solve the problem, but fails
the turning point; the point of greatest suspense or action
4. Falling Action
Action and events that occur after the climax
End of the story where the conflicts or problems are solved
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