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25 terms
Fiction
Inference
summary
compare
contrast
a guess made using what you already know (background knowledg…
a shorter version of the main events in the story (somebody,…
to show how things are similar or the same
to show how things are different
Inference
a guess made using what you already know (background knowledg…
summary
a shorter version of the main events in the story (somebody,…
15 terms
Non fiction language techniques
Personal pronouns
Emotive language
Statistics
Anecdote
The use of I, myself, I'm in a text.
Using langauge which creates an emotional reaction in the rea…
using data as evidence of a point.
a short and interesting story or an amusing event often propo…
Personal pronouns
The use of I, myself, I'm in a text.
Emotive language
Using langauge which creates an emotional reaction in the rea…
52 terms
EFL-Elements of Narrative Writing
PLOT
EXPOSITION
RISING ACTION
CLIMAX
a series of incidents that are related to one another, what h…
usually in the beginning of a story, where the characters, se…
the part of the story where the conflict(s) develop, in which…
the turning point or most exciting moment of a story, in whic…
PLOT
a series of incidents that are related to one another, what h…
EXPOSITION
usually in the beginning of a story, where the characters, se…
Non-Fiction Text Features
Title
Table of Contents
Heading
Subheading
The name of an entire book, magazine, etc.
A table of contents gives the heading and beginning number of…
Tells the reader what the section is about
Helps the reader "chunk" the text into smaller parts that are…
Title
The name of an entire book, magazine, etc.
Table of Contents
A table of contents gives the heading and beginning number of…
14 terms
English - Non Fiction Terms
essay
Biography
Autobiography
Memoir
writing that offers an opinion on a single subject
a story of a person's life written by... someone else
a story of a person's life written by... that person
autobiographical writing that explores a specific era in a pe…
essay
writing that offers an opinion on a single subject
Biography
a story of a person's life written by... someone else
44 terms
Fiction Terms
fiction
narrative
genre
narrator
writing that is made up or imaginary. Can be based on fact
type of writing that tells a story
a type or kind of something
the person or being telling a story
fiction
writing that is made up or imaginary. Can be based on fact
narrative
type of writing that tells a story
fiction terms
narrative
setting
character traits
inferences
a type of writing that tells a story
time, place, and duration of a story
readers learn these about characters by analyzing what a char…
thinking by a reader using the text and prior knowledge to ma…
narrative
a type of writing that tells a story
setting
time, place, and duration of a story
11 terms
EFL | Language of Reviews
What is a review?
Jargon
Examples of Reviews
Modes of Dissemination
A non-fiction text type that explores a subject through stati…
Words exclusively used in a particular area
Book, film, game, album, food, art, performance, service
TV, radio, newspapers, magazines, online
What is a review?
A non-fiction text type that explores a subject through stati…
Jargon
Words exclusively used in a particular area
49 terms
Klett Orange Line 4 Erweiterungskurs Unit 3 Facts and fiction & Check-out
alien
to discover
secret
agent
fremd, ausländisch
entdecken
geheim, heimlich
Agent/in, Vertreter/in
alien
fremd, ausländisch
to discover
entdecken
11 terms
Non-Fiction
Biography
Autobiography
Essay
Documentary
A story about a person's life written by another person.
An account of the writer's own life.
A brief examination of a subject in prose, usually expressing…
a film or TV program presenting the facts about a person or e…
Biography
A story about a person's life written by another person.
Autobiography
An account of the writer's own life.
20 terms
Language 6 Fiction Unit Vocabulary
Sprawled
Vulnerable
Infliction
Anxious
sitting, falling, or lying with the arms and legs spread out…
at risk of physical or emotion harm
the act of causing pain or something unpleasant on someone or…
experiencing worry about a coming event; wanting something
Sprawled
sitting, falling, or lying with the arms and legs spread out…
Vulnerable
at risk of physical or emotion harm
16 terms
ESL Non-fiction Text Features - Terms, Definitions, and Images
caption
glossary
index
table of contents
text describing the contents of a picture, graph, or chart
Look in the back of the book for the glossary. Lists words an…
a b c list of words. Look in the back of the book for the ind…
a list of the parts of a book showing the order the parts app…
caption
text describing the contents of a picture, graph, or chart
glossary
Look in the back of the book for the glossary. Lists words an…
46 terms
Klett Orange Line 4 Erweiterungskurs Unit 4 Facts and fiction & Check-out
to go places
o cross
border
barman
herumreisen
überqueren, kreuzen
Grenze
Barmann, Barkeeper
to go places
herumreisen
o cross
überqueren, kreuzen
10 terms
Language Arts Terms
Theme
Summary
Main Idea
Metaphor
The lesson or moral in the story/passage
A shorter form of the passage
What the book/story is mainly about
Two things being compared without using like or as
Theme
The lesson or moral in the story/passage
Summary
A shorter form of the passage
12 terms
Inferences/Visualizing/Historical fiction
Inference
Clues
Visualizing
Historical fiction
A logical or educated guess using facts from a passage and fr…
Facts from a passage that support an inference
When good readers form pictures in their minds to "see" what…
A made-up story that takes place in the past. Settings and ev…
Inference
A logical or educated guess using facts from a passage and fr…
Clues
Facts from a passage that support an inference
32 terms
Klett Orange Line 3 Erweiterungskurs Unit 1 Facts and fiction
fiction
practice
nearly
doorstep
Erfindung, Fiktion
Training
fast, annähernd
Türstufe
fiction
Erfindung, Fiktion
practice
Training
53 terms
Klett Orange Line 4 Erweiterungskurs Unit 2 Facts and fiction
shopping mall
mall
right
latte
Einkaufszentrum, Einkaufspassage
Einkaufszentrum, Einkaufspassage
genau, direkt
Café latte
shopping mall
Einkaufszentrum, Einkaufspassage
mall
Einkaufszentrum, Einkaufspassage
39 terms
Fiction and Non Fiction Literary Terms
Fiction
Narrative
Nonfiction
Characters
Consists of narratives, or stories, that are products of the…
Stories
Conveys factual information about real people, places, and ev…
Imaginary people or animals
Fiction
Consists of narratives, or stories, that are products of the…
Narrative
Stories
23 terms
Green Line 2 Unit 2 Action UK!, Skills, Unit Taks
one day
actor
dancer
pilot
eines Tages
Schauspieler
Tänzer/-in
Pilot/-in
one day
eines Tages
actor
Schauspieler
17 terms
Paragraphs
Topic sentence
Concluding sentence
Supporting sentences
Sentence
a sentence that states the topic of its paragraph
Last sentence that restates the main idea and wraps up the pa…
facts that support the main idea.
A group of words that expresses a complete thought
Topic sentence
a sentence that states the topic of its paragraph
Concluding sentence
Last sentence that restates the main idea and wraps up the pa…
31 terms
Language Arts skills
Sequence of events
Author's Purpose
Main Idea
Fiction
Beginning, middle and end
Writer's reason for writing
What is the story mostly about.
To entertain. Some or all elements of the story are made up.
Sequence of events
Beginning, middle and end
Author's Purpose
Writer's reason for writing
20 terms
6th Grade Language Arts Vocabulary
imagery
figures of speech
simile
metaphor
The use of language to evoke a picture of a person, thing, pl…
Words or phrases that mean something different from their ord…
Comparison using "like" or "as".
A comparison without using "like" or "as".
imagery
The use of language to evoke a picture of a person, thing, pl…
figures of speech
Words or phrases that mean something different from their ord…
16 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
synonym
antonym
noun
verb
words that have similar meanings
words that have opposite meanings
a word that is a person, place, or thing
a word that shows action
synonym
words that have similar meanings
antonym
words that have opposite meanings
54 terms
7th Grade Language Arts Review
plot
conflict
external conflict
internal conflict
the series of related events that make up a story
a struggle or clash between opposing characters or opposing f…
a character struggles against some outside force. This outsid…
this takes place within a character's mind. It is a struggle…
plot
the series of related events that make up a story
conflict
a struggle or clash between opposing characters or opposing f…
14 terms
Non- Fiction and Fiction
Non- fiction
Literary
Imagery
mood
gives facts about real people, places, events and discusses i…
a type of non- fiction that has some story- telling technique…
descriptive language used to create a picture with words
a general feeling of a text conveyed by words
Non- fiction
gives facts about real people, places, events and discusses i…
Literary
a type of non- fiction that has some story- telling technique…
7 terms
ELD Level 2 Language Arts Vocabulary
Nonfiction
Fiction
Main Idea
Details
Writing about real people, places, and events.
Writing that is uses imaginary characters and events.
The biggest and most important idea in the story.
The ideas or facts about the main idea.
Nonfiction
Writing about real people, places, and events.
Fiction
Writing that is uses imaginary characters and events.
50 terms
Fiction, Non-Fiction, Short Stories
Fiction
Plot
Setting
Narrator
made up people, places, or animals (characters, and a made up…
series of events
place, time, location of the action
speaker
Fiction
made up people, places, or animals (characters, and a made up…
Plot
series of events
36 terms
Literary Terms for 6th Grade Language Arts
Mood
Point of View
1st Person
3rd Person Limited
A feeling that the author creates for the reader
A perspective from which someone or something in a story has…
The narrator is a character in the story
The author tells the reader about one character, and focuses…
Mood
A feeling that the author creates for the reader
Point of View
A perspective from which someone or something in a story has…
31 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary
abbreviation
adverb
biography
chapter headings
A shortened form of a word or phrase used to represent the wh…
Describe or modify a verbs or clauses. examples: very , badly…
A written account of another person's life. The biography of…
Printed Material appearing before and usually above the text.…
abbreviation
A shortened form of a word or phrase used to represent the wh…
adverb
Describe or modify a verbs or clauses. examples: very , badly…
61 terms
Language Arts Terms
Author's Purpose
Persuade
Inform
Entertain
The author's intent either to inform/teach, to entertain, or…
To convince someone to agree with an opinion, an idea, or a r…
To give knowledge and facts about a subject with the intentio…
To hold the reader's interest; to amuse; to make the reader w…
Author's Purpose
The author's intent either to inform/teach, to entertain, or…
Persuade
To convince someone to agree with an opinion, an idea, or a r…
10 terms
Language Arts Vocabulary #1
genre
non-fiction
realistic fiction
setting
the type of story
tells facts about a topic
a made up story that could really happen
the time and place a story happens
genre
the type of story
non-fiction
tells facts about a topic
48 terms
Literary Devices, Types of Writing, Figurative Language, Elements of Fiction
symbolism
allusion
flashback
foreshadowing
using something to represent an idea or something else
reference in a literary work to a noun or another work of lit…
interruption of the chronological sequence of an earlier occu…
writer provides hints or clues that suggest or predict future…
symbolism
using something to represent an idea or something else
allusion
reference in a literary work to a noun or another work of lit…
29 terms
language arts
LITERARY DEVICES
NOUN
ADJECTIVE
VERB
BUILDING BLOCKS OF A LANGUAGE... EX: NOUN, ADJECTIVE, VERB
PERSON, PLACE, THING EX: STUDENT, COLLEGE, NOTEBOOK
DESCRIBES A NOUN EX: TALL STUDENT, GRAYSON COLLEGE, BLUE NOTE…
WORD THAT INDICATES ACTION EX: TO WALK, TO EAT, TO STUDY.
LITERARY DEVICES
BUILDING BLOCKS OF A LANGUAGE... EX: NOUN, ADJECTIVE, VERB
NOUN
PERSON, PLACE, THING EX: STUDENT, COLLEGE, NOTEBOOK
30 terms
Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy Chapter 1
You haven't got a leg to stand on.
in the pipeline
bristles
shabby
You have no justification for what you are trying to do. (idi…
being discussed, planned or prepared and will happen or exist…
short stiff hairs (n, plural)... "The shaving mirror reflected A…
(of a person) badly dressed in clothes that have been worn a…
You haven't got a leg to stand on.
You have no justification for what you are trying to do. (idi…
in the pipeline
being discussed, planned or prepared and will happen or exist…
61 terms
Language Arts Terms
Author's Purpose
Persuade
Inform
Entertain
The author's intent either to inform/teach, to entertain, or…
To convince someone to agree with an opinion, an idea, or a r…
To give knowledge and facts about a subject with the intentio…
To hold the reader's interest; to amuse; to make the reader w…
Author's Purpose
The author's intent either to inform/teach, to entertain, or…
Persuade
To convince someone to agree with an opinion, an idea, or a r…
11 terms
Part 2: Non-fiction Text Structure
main idea
details
cause
effect
The author's central thought; the chief topic of a text expre…
Facts that support the main idea.
The reason why something happens.
What happens as a result of the cause.
main idea
The author's central thought; the chief topic of a text expre…
details
Facts that support the main idea.
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Non Fiction Vocabulary Words
chronological organization
compare-and-contrast organization
cause-and-effect organization
problem-and-solution organization
presents details in time order-from first to last- or sometim…
an essay that shows similarities and differences between peop…
shows the relationship among events
identifies a problem and then proposes a solution
chronological organization
presents details in time order-from first to last- or sometim…
compare-and-contrast organization
an essay that shows similarities and differences between peop…
29 terms
Academic language for Fiction
inference formula
infer
inferred
main idea
prior knowledge + clues from the story
same as inference
past tense for infer
what is it "mainly" about
inference formula
prior knowledge + clues from the story
infer
same as inference
18 terms
Non Fiction Text Features
Title
Title Page
Table of Contents
index
Identifies the topic of the text/Tell us what stuff is a about
Tells a books title, author, illustrator and publisher
Tells the names of the chapters and what pages the chapters a…
tells what pages the reader can find certain topics, usually…
Title
Identifies the topic of the text/Tell us what stuff is a about
Title Page
Tells a books title, author, illustrator and publisher
53 terms
Language ISTEP D-O Vocab
decodable text
decode
denotation
dialogue
text in which a high proportion of words (80%-90%) comprise s…
the ability to translate a word from print to speech, usually…
the literal meaning of a word or phrase
conversation between two or more people that advances the act…
decodable text
text in which a high proportion of words (80%-90%) comprise s…
decode
the ability to translate a word from print to speech, usually…
non fiction vocabulary terms
non fiction
imformative text
text structure
proublem/soultion
writing that convays information using facts or deatiles abou…
a text that imformes the reader or explains somthing
the organizational pattern of text
a text structure that presents a proublem follwed by a soultion
non fiction
writing that convays information using facts or deatiles abou…
imformative text
a text that imformes the reader or explains somthing
14 terms
ELEMENTS OF HISTORICAL FICTION
Inference
Clues
Visualizing
Historical fiction
A logical or educated guess using facts from a passage and fr…
Facts from a passage that support an inference
When good readers form pictures in their minds to "see" what…
A made-up story that takes place in the past. Settings and ev…
Inference
A logical or educated guess using facts from a passage and fr…
Clues
Facts from a passage that support an inference
20 terms
Language Arts- Fiction Genres
Drama
Classic
Comic
Detective
Stories composed in verse or prose, usually for theatrical pe…
Fiction that has become part of an accepted literary canon, w…
scripted fiction told visually in artist drawn pictures, usua…
Fiction about a committed crime, how the criminal gets caught…
Drama
Stories composed in verse or prose, usually for theatrical pe…
Classic
Fiction that has become part of an accepted literary canon, w…
13 terms
Story Elements and Genre
PLOT
Characters
Conflict
Theme
the action or series of events; what is happening in the begi…
the people or creatures who carry out the action
the main problem or struggle. ... can be internal or external
the lesson or moral; what the author wants to you learn, unde…
PLOT
the action or series of events; what is happening in the begi…
Characters
the people or creatures who carry out the action
30 terms
Fiction
Motivation
Characterization
Direct Characterization/telling
Indirect Characterization/showing
The reason or reasons that people act as they do.
The way a writer reveals the characters.
The writer tells about the character.
The writer shows the character through the character's words…
Motivation
The reason or reasons that people act as they do.
Characterization
The way a writer reveals the characters.
20 terms
Lesson 6 Lang. & Comp. Terms
mock epic
mock serious
mode
montage
A parody of traditional epic form.
Characterized by feigned or deliberately artificial seriousne…
The general form, pattern, and manner of expression of a piec…
A quick succession of images or impressions used to express a…
mock epic
A parody of traditional epic form.
mock serious
Characterized by feigned or deliberately artificial seriousne…
15 terms
Inferences/Visualizing/Historical fiction
Inference
Clues
Visualizing
Historical fiction
A logical or educated guess using facts from a passage and fr…
Facts from a passage that support an inference
When good readers form pictures in their minds to "see" what…
A made-up story that takes place in the past. The information…
Inference
A logical or educated guess using facts from a passage and fr…
Clues
Facts from a passage that support an inference
38 terms
Pocahontas - Facts and Fiction
to be based on a real historical chara…
movie-maker
close to facts
she was a girl of 11
valós történelmi személyen alapszik valami
film-készítő
hű a tényekhez
11 éves kislány volt
to be based on a real historical chara…
valós történelmi személyen alapszik valami
movie-maker
film-készítő
16 terms
Reading Comprehension Strategy Techniques (and a bit more)
Finding Main Idea
Recalling Facts and Details
Understanding Sequence
Recognizing Cause and Effect
While the main point is usually in the first sentence, the ne…
Read the question... Find the part in the passage that discusse…
Read the question. You have to read the entire passage to fin…
Ask yourself what is the reason that something has happened.…
Finding Main Idea
While the main point is usually in the first sentence, the ne…
Recalling Facts and Details
Read the question... Find the part in the passage that discusse…
10 terms
Vocabulary Words - 10/31/16 - 11/04/16
First Person
Second Person
Third Person
Third Person Limited
Narrator is also a character in the story, using "I"
Told from the reader's point of view, using "you"
Point of view in which the narrator is outside of the story -…
Narrator sees the world through only one characters eyes and…
First Person
Narrator is also a character in the story, using "I"
Second Person
Told from the reader's point of view, using "you"
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