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ED 332 Final Exam Study - Academic Words
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writing that tells a story
isn't, wasn't couldn't
what the whole passage is about- the "big picture"
where and when the story takes place
unit of pronunciation having one vowel sound
a, e, i, o, u
persuade, inform, entertain (PIE) - why the author wrote
prejudice or in favor or against something
story that ends in "happily ever after"
story uses animals as characters to teach a moral lesson
far away lands, imaginative elements, magic
people or animals in the story
true, can be proven, factual
fake, not true
futuristic, technology is prominent
the problem in the story
the type of literature
the lesson to be learned in a fable
events of the story
tell the main events - someone wanted __but__so__then
point of view
first person, second person, third person
THE MEssage - the lesson to be learned
tell how things are alike
tell how things are different
can be proven with evidence
personal beliefs, different for different people
language that doesn't mean exactly what it says
"read between the lines"
the person telling the story
the end when the problem is solved
suspense builds between the exposition and the climax
division in a poem
repetition of beginning sounds - funny phone, dazzling diamond
written account of one's own life told using first person point of view
tell what is good and what is bad
five literary elements
character, settting, plot, theme, conflict
put things in order
comparison using like or as
references to another book, work of art, etc.
beginning of the story when the characters and setting are introduced
the author chooses to tell something that happened earlier in the character's life
author gives clues about what might happen
"It's raining cats and dogs!"
comparison does not use like or as
Boom! Clap! Bang!
story using people as characters to teach a moral lesson
giving human like qualities to non-human things
making an educated guess about what might happen next
first person point of view
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