Study sets, textbooks, questions
Upgrade to remove ads
Arts and Humanities
CRMS 6th Grade Reading Literary Terms
Terms in this set (41)
Figurative language - Mental pictures - Appeals to your senses
What the story or passage is "MOSTLY" about - the author's purpose for writing - The author's message .
Uses clues or hints of what is to happen.
NOT Real --- NOT true - FAKE
Literary work preformed as a play
Make Believe - Tall tale
Long work of fiction that follows story structures
Object that represents (stands for) an idea
Curiosity about what will happen next
Piece of fictional writing shorter in length than a novel.
The events in the story and it includes conflict, rising action climax (turning point)
Point of view
Who is telling the story
When and where in the story
The problem in the story is solved
Guesses as to what will happen next in the story - You can change your prediction as you read; helps with comprehension.
Helps the reader decode unfamiliar words - The words around the unfamiliar word help you decode the word. Read the sentence and try to plug in the correct word looking at the beginning middle and end parts of the words.
A category of literature
Figurative language - Words mean something other then the words imply.
First Person Point of View
Narrator "I" and "me"
Third Person Point of View
Story stops in present time to show something that happened in the past
How things are the same or alike
A type of writing that deals with real people, real places, and real events. (true)
Author's message/moral/lesson of the story
Person who tells the story
The reason for writing the story. ( Inform, persuade, express, & entertain)
Animals or people in the story main character or minor characters.
The qualities that make up a character's personality.
A story of a person's life written by that person.
A story about a person's life written by another person.
Words that paint a pictures in the mind.
Identifies the main ideas of the piece of writing.
Guess--- Draw conclusions from knowledge in your head and what information the author gives us.
The events in the order they occur in time
Can be proven--- It is true.
Can't be proven - It is what someone thinks about something.
How things are different.
The problem in the story.
conversation between characters
Sets found in the same folder
Lesson 17 Vocabulary Words
Lesson 18 Vocabulary Words
Sixth Grade Vocabulary Final Exam
Sets with similar terms
NOTES FOR FINAL EXAM READING 7
Literary Terms BMS
Other sets by this creator
Reading Vocab Literary Terms
Other Quizlet sets
central nervous system
religion chapter 21
Religion 4 - Ch 1 Test
Little Women Episode 7