Cause And Effect
This is the relationship between two or more events in which one event brings about another.
the author's opinion or the perspective he/she wants to convey expressed through the thesis statement for an essay, or through a topic sentence within an individual paragraph
This is part of the plot and is made up of any events that occur after the resolution in a literary work.
This is the part of the plot that introduces the characters, the setting, and the basic situation.
First-person Point Of View
This is a point of view in which the story is told by one of the characters.
This is to get a conclusion from the facts or context; to figure out what is being implied by reading between the lines.
This is reading between the lines. It is taking something that you read and putting it together with something that you already know to make sense of what you read.
This is a type of real-world writing that presents information that is necessary or valuable to the reader.
This is the beginning of a written work that explains what will be found in the main part.
This is a point of view, in which the narrator is outside the story, reveals the thoughts of only one character, and yet refers to that characters as 'he' or 'she'.
This is a direct comparison of two things, in which they are said to be (in some sense) the same thing.
"Third Person __________" is a point of view in which the narrator is outside the story and knows everything about the characters and events.
In writing, this is the trait of order, structure and presentation of information; It is the writing trait which measures logical sequencing of ideas, details, or events.
This is a persuasive technique in which an author creates a BALANCED sentence by re-using the same word structure.
This is the restatement of a written work in one's own words that keeps the basic meaning of the original work.
This method of structuring text focuses on defining an issue, then gives a possible remedy for the issue.
This is an adjective that implies a thing closely relates to or is on the same subject matter; appropriate to the situation.
This is a persuasive technique in which a word, phrase, or entire sentence is repeated to reinforce the speaker's message.
This is a persuasive technique in which a writer or speaker asks a question, but no answer is required because he implies the answer is obvious; done to convince the audience to agree with the writer/speaker's point.
This is a plan an author uses to effectively deliver the intended message in written work.
This is arranging things in order so they can be numbered or related in a connected series.
to strengthen or substantiate an argument or idea by providing facts, details, examples and other information
Supporting Sentence This in a paragraph helps to clarify
describe, explain, or enhance the main idea of a paragraph.
In expository writing, this is the main point or central idea that a writer states and then endeavors to prove valid by means of a systematic argument.
Third Person Limited Point Of View
This is a point of view in which the narrator is outside the story and reveals the thoughts of only one character, who is referred to as "he" or "she."
This is the central message of a story, poem, novel, or play that many readers can apply to their own experiences, or to those of all people.