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Element of Literature 3rd Course
precipitous
acquiesced
marauders
exasperation
very steep
accepted; complied with
people who roam in search of loot, or goods to steal
great annoyance
precipitous
very steep
acquiesced
accepted; complied with
9 terms
Crossword elements of literature 3rd course
Unruffled
Imprudent
Impulse
Disarming
Calm , Not , Disturbed
Unwise
Sudden , desire to do something
Removing or lessening suspicions or fears
Unruffled
Calm , Not , Disturbed
Imprudent
Unwise
10 terms
Elements of Language Vocabulary Workshop Lesson 1 (9th Grade--3rd Course)
extremity
epic
replenish
negotiate
the farthest or outermost point or part; the greatest degree;…
a long poem about the adventures of a great hero; impressive;…
to refill or resupply; restore; nourish
to settle by discussing; to arrange an agreement
extremity
the farthest or outermost point or part; the greatest degree;…
epic
a long poem about the adventures of a great hero; impressive;…
68 terms
Elements of Literature Second Course Collection 2 vocabulary
characterization
direct characterization
indirect characterization
Fugitives
the way a writer reveals character
A writer telling us directly that a character is mean tempere…
when a writer let us decide for ourselves what kind of people…
people fleeing from danger
characterization
the way a writer reveals character
direct characterization
A writer telling us directly that a character is mean tempere…
12 terms
3rd Grade Story Elements and Plot Vocabulary
Introduction
Setting
Rising Action
Climax
The beginning of the story where the characters and setting a…
The time and place where the actions take place.
What happens in a story leading up to the most exciting part…
The most exciting part or the most interesting or suspenseful…
Introduction
The beginning of the story where the characters and setting a…
Setting
The time and place where the actions take place.
10 terms
3rd Grade Literature Vocabulary Ch 7-26
contented
chink
to chink
hollow
satisfied
a crack
to close up cracks
a place or area that is lower than the area around it
contented
satisfied
chink
a crack
12 terms
3rd Grade Story Elements and Plot Vocabulary
Introduction
Setting
Rising Action
Climax
The beginning of the story where the characters and setting a…
The time and place where the actions take place.
What happens in a story leading up to the most exciting part…
The most exciting part or the most interesting or suspenseful…
Introduction
The beginning of the story where the characters and setting a…
Setting
The time and place where the actions take place.
Grade 8 Language and Literature Course Vocabulary
Rhetorical device
Intertexuality
Perspective
Point of View
techniques writers use to enhance their arguments and communi…
the relationship between literary texts
A character's view of the situation or events in the story
The vantage point from which a narrative is told e.g. first,…
Rhetorical device
techniques writers use to enhance their arguments and communi…
Intertexuality
the relationship between literary texts
Elements of Literature First Course Langston Hughes Vocabulary (W18)
agent
attic
cellar
dew
(n.) a person or company that represents another person or co…
(n.) a space or room just below the roof of a house, often us…
(n.) a room under a house or other building, often used for s…
(n.) the small drops of water that form on outdoor surfaces a…
agent
(n.) a person or company that represents another person or co…
attic
(n.) a space or room just below the roof of a house, often us…
Elements of Literature First Course Orpheus, the Great Musician Vocabulary (W20)
attain
cavern
daffodil
enchant
(v.) 1. to arrive at or reach with effort 2. to succeed in ac…
(n.) a large cave
(n.) a tall yellow spring flower with a tube-shaped part in t…
(v.) to put under a magic spell; bewitch
attain
(v.) 1. to arrive at or reach with effort 2. to succeed in ac…
cavern
(n.) a large cave
Elements of Literature First Course Sandra Cisneros Vocabulary (W19)
anthology
Communion
dictate
intimately
(n.) a set of stories, poems, songs, etc. by different people…
(n.) the Christian ceremony in which people eat bread and dri…
(v.) to say words for someone else to write down
(adv.) in a very personal way
anthology
(n.) a set of stories, poems, songs, etc. by different people…
Communion
(n.) the Christian ceremony in which people eat bread and dri…
8th Grade ELA: Elements of Literature Vocabulary 4
Idiom
Hyperbole
Alliteration
Compare
Expressions don't mean exactly what the words say
Extreme exaggeration
Repetition of consonant sound
To examine
Idiom
Expressions don't mean exactly what the words say
Hyperbole
Extreme exaggeration
8th Grade ELA: Elements of Literature Vocabulary 3
Point of View
First Person
Second Person
Third Person
The prospected from which a story is told
View point of the character using I and We
Use You, Your, and Yours to address a reader or listener dire…
Use He, She, and It when referring to a person, place, thing,…
Point of View
The prospected from which a story is told
First Person
View point of the character using I and We
8th Grade ELA: Elements of Literature Vocabulary 2
Situational Irony
Dramatic Irony
Verbal Irony
Direct Characterization
Opposite from what was intended
Understood by the audience but not by the characters
Uses sarcasm
Writer specifically states what a character is like
Situational Irony
Opposite from what was intended
Dramatic Irony
Understood by the audience but not by the characters
12 terms
3rd Grade Story Elements and Plot Vocabulary (Without Pictures)
Introduction
Setting
Rising Action
Climax
The beginning of the story where the characters and setting a…
The time and place where the actions take place.
What happens in a story leading up to the most exciting part…
The most exciting part or the most interesting or suspenseful…
Introduction
The beginning of the story where the characters and setting a…
Setting
The time and place where the actions take place.
Vocabulary 8th Grade ELA Glencoe Literature, Reading Elements & Literary Terms
gnarled
banister
vaulted
scoundrels
rough or rugged, as... from work or old age
a handrail along a... staircase
leapt or jumped
a dishonest... people or villains
gnarled
rough or rugged, as... from work or old age
banister
a handrail along a... staircase
8 terms
Academic Vocabulary Collection 1 Elements of Literature Course 1 Parts of a story
Plot
Basic Situation
Conflict
Complications
What happens in a story. Plot consists of a series of events,…
The first part of a plot, in which you learn who the story's…
A struggle between opposing characters or opposing forces.... E…
Problems that arise as characters struggle to reach their goa…
Plot
What happens in a story. Plot consists of a series of events,…
Basic Situation
The first part of a plot, in which you learn who the story's…
Elements of Literature First Course Canines To The Rescue & Tribute To The Dog Vocabulary (W15)
arduous
avail
bribe
equivalent
(adj.) entailing great difficulty, exertion, or endurance
(v.) to make use of something useful or helpful while you hav…
(v.) to give somebody money or some other incentive to do som…
(adj.) being the same, or effectively the same, in effect, va…
arduous
(adj.) entailing great difficulty, exertion, or endurance
avail
(v.) to make use of something useful or helpful while you hav…
28 terms
3rd Grade Story Elements and Plot Vocabulary (Without Pictures), Literary Genres Without Pictures
Introduction
Setting
Rising Action
Climax
The beginning of the story where the characters and setting a…
The time and place where the actions take place.
What happens in a story leading up to the most exciting part…
The most exciting part or the most interesting or suspenseful…
Introduction
The beginning of the story where the characters and setting a…
Setting
The time and place where the actions take place.
54 terms
Unit 1 Holt McDougal Literature "Whats Happening" Sixth Grade Vocabulary and Literary Elements
narrative
prop
relentless
smirk
a story
an object an actor uses in a play
refusing to stop or give up
to smile in an insulting way
narrative
a story
prop
an object an actor uses in a play
23 terms
Elements of Literature
Plot
Exposition
Complications
Rising Action
a series of related events
introduction of conflict, setting, and main characters
series of problems culminating in the climax
complications
Plot
a series of related events
Exposition
introduction of conflict, setting, and main characters
60 terms
7th Grade Elements of Literature
personification
simile
metaphor
symbol
when something that is not human is given human like qualities
comparison of two unlike things using "like" or "as"
comparison of two unlike things by saying something is someth…
when something stands for something else
personification
when something that is not human is given human like qualities
simile
comparison of two unlike things using "like" or "as"
48 terms
Elements of Literature Vocabulary
Plot
Exposition
Conflict
External Conflict
The sequence of events that make up a story; The development…
Background information given to understand the story better;…
The struggle in the story
A struggle between two characters or things in the story or s…
Plot
The sequence of events that make up a story; The development…
Exposition
Background information given to understand the story better;…
13 terms
Elements of Literature
Conflict
Plot
Character
Theme
Internal or External - the fuel that drives the story. Man vs…
the story line - the events that take place in a story
living things that create a point of view, conflict, or motiv…
a central idea or opinion that drives the story.
Conflict
Internal or External - the fuel that drives the story. Man vs…
Plot
the story line - the events that take place in a story
21 terms
Elements of Literature grades 6-8 Nye
Plot
Theme
Conflict
Setting
Storyline
the main idea of the story
A struggle between two forces. They can be internal (feelings…
the time and place of the story
Plot
Storyline
Theme
the main idea of the story
30 terms
Literature
dynamic character
static character
round character
flat character
a character in a story that changes over time
a character in a story that does not change much over time
a character in a story whose different sides of personality a…
a character in a story where only one side of their personali…
dynamic character
a character in a story that changes over time
static character
a character in a story that does not change much over time
Elements of Literature Collection 3 Vocabulary
Theme
Plot
Summary
Universal themes
Central idea of a work of literature
Sequence of events in a story
A retelling of the most important parts of what was read.
ideas about life shared by many cultures
Theme
Central idea of a work of literature
Plot
Sequence of events in a story
19 terms
7th Grade Elements of Literature
exposition
conflict
climax
rising action
describes the setting, introduces the main characters, and gi…
the problem that triggers the action
the high point or turning point in a story
when the author describes the conflicts or struggles of a cha…
exposition
describes the setting, introduces the main characters, and gi…
conflict
the problem that triggers the action
Unit 3 - Elements of Literature Terms
character
protagonist
antagonist
narrator
A fictional personality created by an author
Main character in a story
A character or force in conflict with the main character
The person telling the story
character
A fictional personality created by an author
protagonist
Main character in a story
13 terms
Elements of Literature 7th grade
4 basic parts of setting
Suspense
Plot
Plot Structure
time... place/location... background info of characters... environment…
a feeling of anxious uncertainty that makes the reader want t…
the chain of events of a story
Intro to setting and characters... rising action... climax... falling…
4 basic parts of setting
time... place/location... background info of characters... environment…
Suspense
a feeling of anxious uncertainty that makes the reader want t…
42 terms
Elements of Literature
personification
simile
metaphor
symbol
when something is given qualities it normally does not have
comparison using "like" or "as"
comparison NOT using "like" or "as"
when something stands for something else
personification
when something is given qualities it normally does not have
simile
comparison using "like" or "as"
20 terms
Elements
Hydrogen
Helium
Lithium
Beryllium
H
He
Li
Be
Hydrogen
H
Helium
He
21 terms
The Chandler School Elements of Literature grades 6-8
Plot
Theme
Conflict
Setting
Storyline
the main idea of the story
A struggle between two forces. They can be internal (feelings…
the time and place of the story
Plot
Storyline
Theme
the main idea of the story
BJU elements Of literature unit 3 Grade 10
Allusion
Symbol
Atmosphere
Tone
A reference to a person, place or thing outside of the work i…
A person place or thing or idea within a narrative or poem th…
The overall emotion that pervades a literary work.
The authors attitude toward his or her subject.
Allusion
A reference to a person, place or thing outside of the work i…
Symbol
A person place or thing or idea within a narrative or poem th…
BJU Elements of literature Unit 2 Grade 10
Onomatopoeia
Alliteration
Consonance
Assonance
Use of words that sound like they mean
Repetition of beginning consonant sounds
Repetition of internal and final consonant sounds
Repetition of vowel sounds
Onomatopoeia
Use of words that sound like they mean
Alliteration
Repetition of beginning consonant sounds
BJU Elements of Literature Unit 1 Grade 10
theme
figurative language
simile
metaphor
a recurring or emerging idea in a work of literature
an artful deviation from literal speech
a comparison of two unlike objects using like or as
an imaginative comparison consisting of the stated or implied…
theme
a recurring or emerging idea in a work of literature
figurative language
an artful deviation from literal speech
11 terms
Chapter 8 Vocabulary-3rd grade
Ancestor
Anthem
Arts
Cultural heritage
A relative who lived in the past
A song in praise of a country
Include visual arts, literature (written and oral), music, an…
Traditions, customs, and artifacts of a cultural group
Ancestor
A relative who lived in the past
Anthem
A song in praise of a country
Elements of Fiction
Genre
Fiction
Prose
Plot
Type of category of literary compostion.
Work of prose that tells an invented or imaginary story.
Writing other than poetry or drama.
Series of events related to a central conflict.
Genre
Type of category of literary compostion.
Fiction
Work of prose that tells an invented or imaginary story.
11 terms
3rd Quarter Folk Literature Words
Fable
Personification
Hero
Heroine
Is brief stories in which animals are personified
Is when inanimate or nonhuman characters get human qualities
Is the important male character in folk literature
Is the important female character in folk literature
Fable
Is brief stories in which animals are personified
Personification
Is when inanimate or nonhuman characters get human qualities
19 terms
Narrative Elements - Lit/Comp 9
Point of View (POV)
1st Person POV
3rd Person POV
Setting
the perspective of the narrator; usually 1st and 3rd person,…
story told using 'I'; the narrator is telling the story from…
limited - story is told using 'he', 'she'; the narrator is te…
the time and place of a story; includes the specific and gene…
Point of View (POV)
the perspective of the narrator; usually 1st and 3rd person,…
1st Person POV
story told using 'I'; the narrator is telling the story from…
40 terms
Literary Elements
Conflict
Types of Conflict
Internal Conflict
External Conflict
a problem, fight, or struggle between characters or ideas
internal conflict ... external conflict
conflict within a character (man vs. self)
conflict between a character and outside forces (man vs. man;…
Conflict
a problem, fight, or struggle between characters or ideas
Types of Conflict
internal conflict ... external conflict
42 terms
Literary Elements
Conflict
Types of Conflict
Internal Conflict
External Conflict
a problem, fight, or struggle between characters or ideas
internal conflict... external conflict
conflict within a character
conflict between a character and outside forces
Conflict
a problem, fight, or struggle between characters or ideas
Types of Conflict
internal conflict... external conflict
25 terms
Chapter 3 Vocabulary- 3rd Grade
citizen
colonize
confederacy
consitution
A legally recognized member of a country
To make settlements in a new place, to form colonies for anot…
a formal agreement or treaty between groups to work together
a document that sets forth the basic laws of a state or natio…
citizen
A legally recognized member of a country
colonize
To make settlements in a new place, to form colonies for anot…
20 terms
American Lit- Elements of Lit course 5 vocabulary 1
Allegory
Allusion
Analogy
Anecdote
A story or poem in which characters, settings, and events sta…
A reference to someone or something that is known from histor…
A comparison made between two things to show how they are ali…
A very brief story, told to illustrate a point or serve as an…
Allegory
A story or poem in which characters, settings, and events sta…
Allusion
A reference to someone or something that is known from histor…
BJU Elements of Literature Unit 4 Grade 10
The Thousand and One Nights
"The Forty Thieves"
"After the Battle"
Conflict in "After the Battle" is reso…
"The Forty Thieves is part of
classified as a frame story
told from limited omniscient point of view
when Dave carries Bill to safety
The Thousand and One Nights
"The Forty Thieves is part of
"The Forty Thieves"
classified as a frame story
11 terms
Elements of Literature
Plot
Setting
Theme
Internal Conflict
A series of related events in a story, each connected to the…
The time, place AND ATMOSPHERE in which a story unfolds.
A message about life or human nature that the writer shares w…
A struggle between opposing needs, desires, or emotions withi…
Plot
A series of related events in a story, each connected to the…
Setting
The time, place AND ATMOSPHERE in which a story unfolds.
72 terms
Elements of Literature Vocabulary
Plot
Exposition
Conflict
External Conflict
The sequence of events that make up a story; The development…
Background information given to understand the story better;…
The struggle in the story
A struggle between two characters or things in the story or s…
Plot
The sequence of events that make up a story; The development…
Exposition
Background information given to understand the story better;…
64 terms
8th Grade Literature Elements
personification
simile
metaphor
symbol
when something that is not human is given human like qualities
comparison of two unlike things using "like" or "as"
comparison of two unlike things by saying something is someth…
when something stands for something else
personification
when something that is not human is given human like qualities
simile
comparison of two unlike things using "like" or "as"
13 terms
Elements of Plot
Exposition
Rising Action
Climax
Falling Action
A narrative device, often used at the beginning of a work tha…
A series of events that builds from the conflict. It begins w…
Most exciting moment of the story; turning point
Events after the climax, leading to the resolution
Exposition
A narrative device, often used at the beginning of a work tha…
Rising Action
A series of events that builds from the conflict. It begins w…
7 terms
Lesson 15- Elements of reading vocabulary
majestic
vendor
adorn
emerald
something that seems great and powerful
a person who sells something
to put things on something to make it beautiful
deep green in color
majestic
something that seems great and powerful
vendor
a person who sells something
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