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16 terms
Language Arts: Elements of Fiction
Protagonist
Antagonist
Flat Character
Round Character
The main character in a story, who drives the action.
The person or force that works against the protagonist.
A one-dimensional character with just a few basic character t…
A multi-dimensional character with a wide range of good and b…
Protagonist
The main character in a story, who drives the action.
Antagonist
The person or force that works against the protagonist.
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Language - Fiction
Fiction
Plot
Exposition
Inciting Incident
Any story that is the product of imagination rather than a do…
The structure of a story. The sequence in which the author ar…
The background information needed to understand the story.
The event that introduces the central conflict
Fiction
Any story that is the product of imagination rather than a do…
Plot
The structure of a story. The sequence in which the author ar…
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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…
39 terms
Language Arts-Fiction Terms
Atone
Smirk
Coherent
Scavenge
To make up for something
Smile in a rude or insulting way
Clear Thinking
Search for old discarded food
Atone
To make up for something
Smirk
Smile in a rude or insulting way
Non-fiction language features
1st person point of view
Direct address
Imperative
Listing
Words such as 'I', 'me', 'us', 'we', 'our'. Makes the charact…
Appealing to the reader with words like 'you', 'us', 'we', 'o…
Statements that are commands or orders
Words or phrases separated by commas. Often provide examples…
1st person point of view
Words such as 'I', 'me', 'us', 'we', 'our'. Makes the charact…
Direct address
Appealing to the reader with words like 'you', 'us', 'we', 'o…
16 terms
Non-fiction language features
1st person point of view
Direct address
Imperative
Listing
Words such as 'I', 'me', 'us', 'we', 'our'. Makes the charact…
Appealing to the reader with words like 'you', 'us', 'we', 'o…
Statements that are commands or orders
Words or phrases separated by commas. Often provide examples…
1st person point of view
Words such as 'I', 'me', 'us', 'we', 'our'. Makes the charact…
Direct address
Appealing to the reader with words like 'you', 'us', 'we', 'o…
17 terms
Language of the Discipline: Fiction
inference
Author's purpose
Narrative
Plot
A conclusion reached on the basis of evidence and reasoning.…
Author's motive for writing something.... EX: Robyn Schneider wr…
A spoken or written account of connected events.... synonym: a s…
Plot is a narrative (and, traditionally, literary) term defin…
inference
A conclusion reached on the basis of evidence and reasoning.…
Author's purpose
Author's motive for writing something.... EX: Robyn Schneider wr…
10 terms
Academic Language - Fiction - Set 5
simile
metaphor
theme
conflict
A comparison between two unlike things using the words "like"…
A comparison between two unlike things using a linking verb (…
A message you can find and apply to your own life.
Internal or external struggles that characters experience in…
simile
A comparison between two unlike things using the words "like"…
metaphor
A comparison between two unlike things using a linking verb (…
Fiction- Language Arts :)
Plot
Exposition
Rising Action
Climax
the sequence of events in a story
*Characters and setting are introduced.... *Main conflict is int…
Events build.... Conflict becomes increasingly intense.
Most intense moment of the story.... Conflict is at a turning po…
Plot
the sequence of events in a story
Exposition
*Characters and setting are introduced.... *Main conflict is int…
8 terms
Language Arts: Realistic Fiction
Dilemma
Feebly
Persistent
Recoiled
A difficult problem or choice to be made.
weakly; without strength
something that continues in spite of interference or opposition
Someone who fell back suddenly in fear or shock.
Dilemma
A difficult problem or choice to be made.
Feebly
weakly; without strength
65 terms
Non-Fiction Analysis - Visual Language
Objective angle
Subjective angle
High Angle
Eye-level
Takes a neutral point of view, not representing the viewpoint…
Takes on the character's point of view, as if the camera lens…
A shot taken from above the subject.
A shot taken face to face
Objective angle
Takes a neutral point of view, not representing the viewpoint…
Subjective angle
Takes on the character's point of view, as if the camera lens…
36 terms
Elements of fiction/figurative language
Plot
Exposition
Inciting incident
Conflict
The series of events that make up a story
Introductory material which gives the setting, creates the to…
The event or character that triggers the conflict
Explained later
Plot
The series of events that make up a story
Exposition
Introductory material which gives the setting, creates the to…
8 terms
Elements Of Fiction (Language Arts)
Theme
Climax
Falling Action
Exposition
Moral or lesson of the story.
The highpoint or major turning point of the story that leads…
The events that occur right after the climax.
The part where the author introduces the main character and t…
Theme
Moral or lesson of the story.
Climax
The highpoint or major turning point of the story that leads…
28 terms
Language Arts Elements of Fiction
Fiction
Setting
mood
characterization
any writing that talks about people on things that never exis…
where and when the story takes place
the feeling the reader sets from a story
the development of the charaters
Fiction
any writing that talks about people on things that never exis…
Setting
where and when the story takes place
27 terms
Language of Literature: Fiction
plot
exposition
rising action
climax
the sequence of events in a story
introduces characters and setting, sets background, and sets…
introduces complications, builds suspense, known as when the…
the turning point of the story, the moment when suspense reac…
plot
the sequence of events in a story
exposition
introduces characters and setting, sets background, and sets…
44 terms
Language Arts Elements of Fiction
Fiction
Mood
Characterization
Protagonist
Any writing that talks about people or things that never exis…
The feeling the reader gets from the story
the development of the characters in a story
the main character
Fiction
Any writing that talks about people or things that never exis…
Mood
The feeling the reader gets from the story
18 terms
Elements of Fiction/Figurative Language
Plot
Setting
Point of View
Verbal Irony
A map of the story, containing Exposition, RA, Climax, FA, an…
When and where a story takes place.
Who is telling the story (1st person, 2nd person, 3rd person…
Sarcasm
Plot
A map of the story, containing Exposition, RA, Climax, FA, an…
Setting
When and where a story takes place.
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
24 terms
Fiction and Figurative Language Vocabulary
Ancedote
Anticlimax
Character
Flashback
A short story about an interesting or funny event or occurance
Something that is much less exciting or dramatic than it was…
The way someone thinks, feels, and behaves: someone's persona…
A part of a story or movie that describes or shows something…
Ancedote
A short story about an interesting or funny event or occurance
Anticlimax
Something that is much less exciting or dramatic than it was…
5 terms
Language Arts Non-Fiction Signposts
Numbers & Stats
Quoted Words
Extreme or Absolute Language
Contrast & Contradictions(counter)
Why did the author use numbers or amounts?
Why did the author quote or site this person?
Why did the author say it like that?
What is the difference and why does it matter?
Numbers & Stats
Why did the author use numbers or amounts?
Quoted Words
Why did the author quote or site this person?
26 terms
Fiction language & Poetry
Onomatopoeia
Personification
3rd person narrative
Idiom
word that imitates the sound it represents.
a figure of speech in which an object or animal is given huma…
when the narrator is not part of the story.
expression that doesn't make sense if you take it literally.
Onomatopoeia
word that imitates the sound it represents.
Personification
a figure of speech in which an object or animal is given huma…
Language Arts Historical Fiction
Mood
Examples of Mood
Tone
Types Of Tone
How the author makes the reader feel after reading the text.
Inspirational,hopeful,dark,defensive
The writer's attitude towards the subject of the text.
Formal and Informal
Mood
How the author makes the reader feel after reading the text.
Examples of Mood
Inspirational,hopeful,dark,defensive
17 terms
Language Arts: Non-Fiction- Malala
What is fiction?
What are some examples of fiction?
What is non fiction?
What are some examples of non fiction?
Fiction is NOT real information
- Disney movies... - Cartoons... - Superhero movies
Non fiction is REAL information
- Documentaries... - Text books... - Research papers... - Memoirs
What is fiction?
Fiction is NOT real information
What are some examples of fiction?
- Disney movies... - Cartoons... - Superhero movies
29 terms
Language Arts Elements of Fiction
Plot
Character
Major Character
Minor Character
series of events that make up the story; exposition, inciting…
A person, animal or an imaginary creature that takes part in…
Almost always three dimensional characters, will change in th…
Flat character, will not change in the end
Plot
series of events that make up the story; exposition, inciting…
Character
A person, animal or an imaginary creature that takes part in…
21 terms
Language Arts Elements of Fiction
Fiction
Nonfiction
Plot
Setting
writing in the form of short stories and novels that describe…
writing about "things" in the real world
the series of events in a story
the place, time, weather, and even mood in which a story take…
Fiction
writing in the form of short stories and novels that describe…
Nonfiction
writing about "things" in the real world
Language Arts Fiction Reveiw
elements of fiction
setting
plot
conflict
setting, character, plot, theme, conflict, point of view,
the place where the story occurs and the time when it occurs
what happens and how it happens
a struggle against something someone needs to overcome
elements of fiction
setting, character, plot, theme, conflict, point of view,
setting
the place where the story occurs and the time when it occurs
9 terms
Fiction Terms...Figurative Language
Alliteration
Figurative Language
Hyperbole
Idiom
When two or more words in a group of words begin with the sam…
The literal meaning of a word is its definition as you would…
Extreme exaggeration used for emphasis or effect.
An expression that cannot be understood from the meanings of…
Alliteration
When two or more words in a group of words begin with the sam…
Figurative Language
The literal meaning of a word is its definition as you would…
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…
32 terms
figurative language/elements of fiction
simile
metaphor
personification
hyperbole
comparison of unlike objects/concepts that uses the words lik…
implied comparisons between two objects (omits words like and…
writing technique that gives human characteristics to inanima…
an exaggeration used to provoke strong emotion, create humor,…
simile
comparison of unlike objects/concepts that uses the words lik…
metaphor
implied comparisons between two objects (omits words like and…
16 terms
The Language of Fiction- Language and Figures of Speech
Trope
Irony
Verbal irony
Dramatic irony
any figure of speech, rhetorical device, or figurative langua…
implying something quite different from the ostensible meanin…
sarcasm; saying the opposite of what is meant
the discrepancy between what the character understands/expect…
Trope
any figure of speech, rhetorical device, or figurative langua…
Irony
implying something quite different from the ostensible meanin…
21 terms
Elements of fiction and figurative language
Simile
Metaphor
Extended metaphor
Idioms
Comparison using like or as
Comparison without like or as.
Long comparison without like or as.
Expressions with different meanings than words.
Simile
Comparison using like or as
Metaphor
Comparison without like or as.
49 terms
The Language of Literature: Fiction
Narrative Arc/Story Arc
Exposition
Inciting Incident
Rising Action
chronological construction of plot in a novel or a story
background info. at the beginning of a story
event thats sets the central conflict in the story
events that lead up to the climax
Narrative Arc/Story Arc
chronological construction of plot in a novel or a story
Exposition
background info. at the beginning of a story
49 terms
The Language of Literature: Fiction
Narrative Arc/Story Arc (elements of f…
Exposition (elements of fiction)
Inciting Incident (elements of fiction)
Rising Action (elements of fiction)
the chronological construction of a plot in a novel or story,…
Background information at the beginning of a story; introduce…
event that sets the central conflict of the story into action
events rising to climax; involves a complication (or crisis)…
Narrative Arc/Story Arc (elements of f…
the chronological construction of a plot in a novel or story,…
Exposition (elements of fiction)
Background information at the beginning of a story; introduce…
10 terms
Language Arts Fiction Words 2
Features
Fiction
Futuristic
Genre
characteristics
A story that is not true or is made up
how things might be in the future
A category or type of literature (or of art, music, etc.) cha…
Features
characteristics
Fiction
A story that is not true or is made up
17 terms
Figurative Language/Elements of Fiction
Alliteration
Hyperbole
Personification
Allusion
The repetition of consonant sound in words. (Marblehead Magic…
An intentional exaggeration for emphasis or comic effect. (I…
Human characteristics given to inanimate (not living) objects…
An indirect reference in literature to a known person, place,…
Alliteration
The repetition of consonant sound in words. (Marblehead Magic…
Hyperbole
An intentional exaggeration for emphasis or comic effect. (I…
Language Arts Elements Of Fiction
Character
Characterization
Indirect Characterization
Direct Characterization
A person in a story
The act of creating and developing a character
The character is revealed through their personality, appearan…
Author directly describes character
Character
A person in a story
Characterization
The act of creating and developing a character
23 terms
The Language of Fiction- Movements/Forms
Form
Genre
Realism/Realist
Naturalism/ Naturalist
the organization of the work; the structure of its overall de…
a recognizable/ established Image'type" of literature, define…
art aiming to authentically depict or record the "real" life…
a form of Realism, aiming for a sociological obj ectivity and…
Form
the organization of the work; the structure of its overall de…
Genre
a recognizable/ established Image'type" of literature, define…
22 terms
The Language of Fiction- Storytellers and Characters
Persona (Latin "mask" )
Narrator
1st person narrator
3rd person (covert) narrator
the implied author/ authorial presence/ assumed identity who…
she/he who tells a story (storyteller)
fictional character within the story
a disembodied voice, not a character in the story
Persona (Latin "mask" )
the implied author/ authorial presence/ assumed identity who…
Narrator
she/he who tells a story (storyteller)
26 terms
Language Arts Fiction Final
barren
frail
mistrust
presentable
desolate; fruitless and unproductive; lacking
weak
doubt about someone's honesty
fit to be seen or inspected
barren
desolate; fruitless and unproductive; lacking
frail
weak
11 terms
The language of literature-elements of fiction
Archetype
Prologue
Epilogue
Protagonist
A recurrent symbol or motif in literature,art, or mythology
A separate introductory section of a literary work
A separate section at the end of a literary work that serves…
Central character, focus of interest
Archetype
A recurrent symbol or motif in literature,art, or mythology
Prologue
A separate introductory section of a literary work
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
11 terms
The language of literature-elements of fiction
Archetype
Prologue
Epilogue
Protagonist
A recurrent symbol or motif in literature,art, or mythology
A separate introductory section of a literary work
A separate section at the end of a literary work that serves…
Central character, focus of interest
Archetype
A recurrent symbol or motif in literature,art, or mythology
Prologue
A separate introductory section of a literary work
16 terms
Figurative Language and Elements of Fiction
Character
Setting
Plot
Conflict
A person, place, animal, or imaginary creature who takes part…
The time and place of a story
The action or sequence of events in a story
The problem that moves the story forward
Character
A person, place, animal, or imaginary creature who takes part…
Setting
The time and place of a story
29 terms
The Language of Literature (Elements of Fiction)
Narrative Arc/Story Arc
Exposition
Inciting Incident
Rising Action
the chronological construction of plot in a novel or story, s…
background information at the beginning of a story; introduce…
event that sets the central conflict of the story into action
events rising climax; involves a complication (or crisis) tha…
Narrative Arc/Story Arc
the chronological construction of plot in a novel or story, s…
Exposition
background information at the beginning of a story; introduce…
11 terms
Language Arts fiction test
Internal Conflict
External Conflict
characterization
Objective Third Person
a character is struggling with a problem in their own mind
takes place when a person or group struggles against another…
how the author develops a character-through description, What…
type of narrator that does not discuss the thoughts or feelin…
Internal Conflict
a character is struggling with a problem in their own mind
External Conflict
takes place when a person or group struggles against another…
9 terms
Fiction Terms: Figurative Language
Alliteration
Figurative Language
Hyperbole
Idiom
When two or more words in a group of words begin with the sam…
The literal meaning of a word is its definition as you would…
Extreme exaggeration used for emphasis or effect.
An expression that cannot be understood from the meanings of…
Alliteration
When two or more words in a group of words begin with the sam…
Figurative Language
The literal meaning of a word is its definition as you would…
17 terms
Language Arts | Non-Fiction Terms |
Biography
Topic
Headings
Glossary
A non-fiction article about a person, place, or thing.
The topic of which the article is about.
Text on top of the page telling what the page or section will…
An area, usually in the back of the book, listing vocabulary…
Biography
A non-fiction article about a person, place, or thing.
Topic
The topic of which the article is about.
17 terms
Elements of fiction and figurative language
alliteration
hyperbole
personification
allusion
the repetition of initial consonant sounds in words
an initial exaggeration for emphasis of comic effect
human characteristics given to non-living objects
an indirect reference in literature to a known person, place,…
alliteration
the repetition of initial consonant sounds in words
hyperbole
an initial exaggeration for emphasis of comic effect
16 terms
Martian Language 010023 ~science fiction~
Ghacitan
Muchitan
Fochiatian
Iña
red
green
blue
is/am/are or any other linking verb
Ghacitan
red
Muchitan
green
17 terms
Figurative Language and Literary Non Fiction
Alliteration
Personification
Refrain
Similie
It is a stylistic device in which a number of words, having t…
A figure of speech in which an object or animal is given huma…
A line or set of lines repeated several times over the course…
Comparing two things using like or and.
Alliteration
It is a stylistic device in which a number of words, having t…
Personification
A figure of speech in which an object or animal is given huma…
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