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ELA SchoolsPLP Adventure Lessons 1-15 Mastery Assessment
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What is the setting?
The setting of the story is the time and the place in which a story takes place.
Identify an example of a main setting from a story.
Example: a cabin in the mountains
After reading a passage, use details and examples to write about the setting of the passage.
Where is the reader introduced to the character and setting in the story?
The beginning of the story is where the reader is introduced to the characters and setting.
What is another name for the beginning of the story?
Another name for the beginning of the story is called the hook. You want it to grab the reader's attention.
What is the sequence of a story?
The order in which things happen is called the sequence.
Use your library book to practice putting a story in sequence. Include first, next, then, and last.
What are words like first, next, then, and last called?
Words like first, next, then, and last are called temporal words.
What are the most important parts of a plot?
The most important parts of a plot is the problem/conflict, climax, and resolution.
Use your library book and be able to identify these in a story.
What is the problem in a story called?
The problem in a story is called the conflict.
What is the climax of a story?
The climax is the most intense part of the story.
What is how the characters solve, or fix, the problem in a story called?
The resolution is how the characters solve, or fix, the problem in a story.
What are concrete nouns?
Concrete nouns refer to things that can be experienced through one of your five senses.
Use your library book and identify some concrete nouns.
What are nouns that represent ideas called?
Nouns that represent ideas are called abstract nouns.
What are some examples of ideas that are abstract nouns?
Sadness, comfort, friendship, and anger are all examples of ideas that are nouns.
Use your library book and identify some abstract nouns.
How is a regular plural noun is formed ?
A regular plural noun is formed by adding -s or -es to the end of the word and not changing the spelling otherwise.
Be able to identify regular plural nouns.
Example: hats, boxes, and dogs
All of the events that take place leading up to the climax are called what?
All of the events that take place leading up to the climax are called the rising action.The rising action is an important part of any story. Events that get bigger and more interesting keep the reader interested.
The climax is the turning point of the story. Think of the climax as the biggest event of the story.
Be able to read a story and use details and examples to support what you think is the rising action in the story.
The falling action of a story includes what?
The falling action includes all of the events that happen after the climax and lead to the resolution.
The falling action and the resolution come after the climax.
An opinion, or conclusion, formed, based on what you know is called what?
An opinion, or conclusion, formed, based on what you know is called an inference.
What type of nouns look singular in its form, but refers to a group, or a collection of people or things?
Collective nouns look singular in its form, but refers to a group, or a collection of people or things.
Examples - A bouquet of flowers, A bunch of flowers, A fleet of ships, A forest of trees, A galaxy of stars, and A pack of cards.
An irregular noun becomes plural by changing what?
An irregular noun becomes plural by changing its spelling in a way other than by adding -s or -es to the end of the word.
The following are examples. If a word ends in f or fe, the end changes to ves.
one elf, two elves; one scarf, two scarves; one knife, two knives; one life, two lives
An irregular plural noun cannot be made plural by adding -s or -es at the end of a word.
Be able to identify the main purpose in a story.
Example: Use your library book to practice this skill.
The sequence of events is called the _____________.
Five W's and One H
when, where, what, who, why, and how
Be able to spell any of your current or past spelling words.
Review list 1 and 2
Be able to answer comprehension questions from stories. Use your library book to practice.
Be able to identify and write examples of descriptive language in poems.
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