MAP Reading Vocabulary RIT 231-240
Common Core Reading terms aligned with MAP RIT band 231-240
Terms in this set (9)
A term used to describe universal symbols that cause deep responses in a reader.
3rd person point of view where everything is revealed to the reader, such as character thoughts and feelings.
A phrase composed of opposites; a contradiction.
a contradiction or dilemma
Assigning human feelings to nature. Ex. A cold, lonesome wind. Strong powerful mountain.
Form of English generally considered acceptable at school, as reflected in textbooks and grammar instruction.
A belief that all members of specific groups share similar traits and are prone to behave identically
(see symbol); something that stands for something else
Rules for forming sentences in a particular language.
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