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You Gotta Know: Non Fiction Works
Bible
U.S Constitution
Qur'an
Book of Genesis
Divine Various Authors
Madison
Mohammad ... Uthman
Moses
Bible
Divine Various Authors
U.S Constitution
Madison
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NAQT You Gotta Know Non-Fiction Works
Leviathan
The Republic
Magna Carta
The Elements
Hobbes
Plato
King John (Signer)
Euclid
Leviathan
Hobbes
The Republic
Plato
You Gotta Know-Non-Fiction Works
Bible
U.S. Constitution
Qur'an
Book of Genesis
Divinely inspired, many authors
James Madison (chiefly)
Mohammed (transcriber), Uthman (codifier)
Moses
Bible
Divinely inspired, many authors
U.S. Constitution
James Madison (chiefly)
You Gotta Know These Non-Fiction Works
Leviathan
The Republic
Common Sense
Principia Mathematica
Thomas Hobbes
Plato
Thomas Paine
Isaac Newton
Leviathan
Thomas Hobbes
The Republic
Plato
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You Gotta Know These Non-Fiction Works (Title Answers)
Religious, divinely inspired, written…
Document, chiefly James Madison, 1787
Religious, transcribed by Mohammed, co…
Religious, written by Moses, around 95…
Bible
U.S. Constitution
Qur'an
Book of Genesis
Religious, divinely inspired, written…
Bible
Document, chiefly James Madison, 1787
U.S. Constitution
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You Gotta Know these Authors of Speculative Fiction
Mary Shelley
Jules Verne
Herbert George Wells
Aldous Huxley
This author was a product of both the Enlightenment and roman…
His 1864 novel "Journey to the Center of the Earth", Professo…
Wrote "The Time Machine" about a "Time Traveler" who visits t…
This author depicted his own social milieu in novels such as…
Mary Shelley
This author was a product of both the Enlightenment and roman…
Jules Verne
His 1864 novel "Journey to the Center of the Earth", Professo…
Non-fiction and Fiction terms
Mystery
Biography
Science fiction
Realistic fiction
It has characters that try to solve a puzzle.
A person's life story written by someone else
A story about science and technology that could possibly happ…
A story that could really happen today
Mystery
It has characters that try to solve a puzzle.
Biography
A person's life story written by someone else
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You Gotta Know These Authors of Speculative Fiction
Mary Shelley
Jules Verne
H(erbert) G(eorge) Wells
Aldous Huxley
(1797-1851, United Kingdom). As the daughter of the philosoph…
(1828-1905, France). He offered a brighter vision of technolo…
(1866-1946, United Kingdom). He used speculative fiction to e…
(1894-1963, United Kingdom). He belonged to a prominent famil…
Mary Shelley
(1797-1851, United Kingdom). As the daughter of the philosoph…
Jules Verne
(1828-1905, France). He offered a brighter vision of technolo…
You Gotta Know These Authors of Speculative Fiction
Mary Shelley
Jules Verne
H. G. Wells
Aldous Huxley
Daughter of Mary Wollstonecraft, author of Frankenstein (The…
French writer, author of Journey to the Center of the Earth,…
British writer, author of Time Machine, War of the Worlds, Th…
British writer and intellectual, author of Crome Yellow, Poin…
Mary Shelley
Daughter of Mary Wollstonecraft, author of Frankenstein (The…
Jules Verne
French writer, author of Journey to the Center of the Earth,…
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Non Fiction Terms
text structure
main idea
detail
tone
The way a writing selection is organized, i.e. main idea-deta…
The author's central thought or chief topic.
Facts revealed by the author or speaker that support the atti…
Attitude a writer takes toward the audience, a subject, or a…
text structure
The way a writing selection is organized, i.e. main idea-deta…
main idea
The author's central thought or chief topic.
Terms you gotta know
Simile
Metaphor
Hyperbole
Personification
Comparing two unrelated objects using like or as
Comparing two unrelated objects without using like or as
Exaggerated claim or statement
Giving nonhumans characteristics of human like qualities
Simile
Comparing two unrelated objects using like or as
Metaphor
Comparing two unrelated objects without using like or as
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You Gotta Know These Authors of Speculative Fiction
Mary Shelley
Jules Verne
Herbert George Wells
Aldous Huxley
__________ (1797-1851, United Kingdom). As the daughter of th…
__________ (1828-1905, France). __________ offered a brighter…
__________ (1866-1946, United Kingdom). __________ used specu…
__________ (1894-1963, United Kingdom). __________ belonged t…
Mary Shelley
__________ (1797-1851, United Kingdom). As the daughter of th…
Jules Verne
__________ (1828-1905, France). __________ offered a brighter…
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Non-fiction Terms
Expository non-fiction
Narrative non-fiction
Persuasive
Expository
Factual and informative writing, like newspapers.
Tells a true Story, like Auto- Biography.
Presents information, and expresses an opinion.
To offer information or explain something.
Expository non-fiction
Factual and informative writing, like newspapers.
Narrative non-fiction
Tells a true Story, like Auto- Biography.
You Gotta Know These Authors of Speculative Fiction
Mary Shelley
Jules Verne
Herbert George Wells
Aldous Huxley
__________ (1797-1851, United Kingdom). As the daughter of th…
__________ (1828-1905, France). __________ offered a brighter…
__________ (1866-1946, United Kingdom). __________ used specu…
__________ (1894-1963, United Kingdom). __________ belonged t…
Mary Shelley
__________ (1797-1851, United Kingdom). As the daughter of th…
Jules Verne
__________ (1828-1905, France). __________ offered a brighter…
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Terms You Gotta Know
Strike
Ball
Out
Safe
When the batter swings and misses, fouls the ball off, or the…
Not a strike. Sometimes a strike but umpires are blind.
You have either got thrown out, caught out, struck out, or ta…
You barely made it son, you got safe
Strike
When the batter swings and misses, fouls the ball off, or the…
Ball
Not a strike. Sometimes a strike but umpires are blind.
Fiction/Non-fiction Terms
Fiction
Short Story
Novel
Plot
literature in the form of prose, especially short stories and…
a story with a fully developed theme but significantly shorte…
A work of fiction that is longer and more complex than a shor…
Sequence of events in a story
Fiction
literature in the form of prose, especially short stories and…
Short Story
a story with a fully developed theme but significantly shorte…
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Terms you gotta know
Metaphor
Simile
Hyperbole
Personification
Comparing 2 things without using "like" or "as"
Comparing 2 things using "like" or "as"
an exaggerated statement
Giving human characteristics to something nonhuman
Metaphor
Comparing 2 things without using "like" or "as"
Simile
Comparing 2 things using "like" or "as"
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non fiction and fiction terms
Conflict
Setting
Theme
Novel
problem, that sets the plot in motion.
real or imaginary.
a message or an insight about life.
is a long work of fiction
Conflict
problem, that sets the plot in motion.
Setting
real or imaginary.
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Literary Terms You Gotta Know
Simile
Metaphor
Personification
Onomatopoeia
comparing two things using LIKE or AS (As good as gold)
comparing two things WITHOUT using like or as (My teacher is…
giving human qualities to non-human things (the car coughed a…
spelled like the sound it makes (hiss, crack, snap)
Simile
comparing two things using LIKE or AS (As good as gold)
Metaphor
comparing two things WITHOUT using like or as (My teacher is…
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Fiction/Non-Fiction Terms
Fiction
Prose
Non-fiction
Essay
Prose writing that tells about imaginary characters and events.
Writing that is not poetry, drama, or song.
Prose writing that presents and explains ideas or tells about…
Means "to try." A short prose piece on a single subject.
Fiction
Prose writing that tells about imaginary characters and events.
Prose
Writing that is not poetry, drama, or song.
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Non Fiction Terms
Text Structure
Main Idea
Detail
Tone
The way a writing selection is organized, i.e. main idea-deta…
The author's central thought or chief topic.
Facts revealed by the author or speaker that support the atti…
Attitude a writer takes toward the audience, a subject, or a…
Text Structure
The way a writing selection is organized, i.e. main idea-deta…
Main Idea
The author's central thought or chief topic.
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Non Fiction Terms
Expository non-fiction
Narrative nonfiction
Persuasive paragraphs
Expository paragraphs
Is factual and informative writing
Tells a true story
Presents info. To support or prove a point
Presents facts, gives directions, defines terms, and so on.
Expository non-fiction
Is factual and informative writing
Narrative nonfiction
Tells a true story
Non-fiction/Fiction Terms
Narrative
Allusion
Antagonist
Author's Purpose
A story that is told or written.
A reference to a well-known person, place, event, literary wo…
A character or force in conflict with the main character.
Intention of the writer-to explain, tell a story, to persuade…
Narrative
A story that is told or written.
Allusion
A reference to a well-known person, place, event, literary wo…
Non-Fiction Vocabulary terms
Non-fiction
Informational Text
Text structure
problem/ solution
Writing that conveys information using facts or details about…
Text that informs the reader or explains something.
the organizational pattern of a text
a form of cause and effect text structure that represents a p…
Non-fiction
Writing that conveys information using facts or details about…
Informational Text
Text that informs the reader or explains something.
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Lit - NAQT You Gotta Know These Authors of Speculative Fiction
Mary Shelly (1797-1851)
Mary Shelly
Mary Shelley
Mary Shelley
This British author was the daughter of the philosophers Will…
This woman was the wife of the poet Percy Bysshe Shelly.
This woman was a product of both the Enlightenment and the Ro…
This author's 1818 novel Frankenstein; or the Modern Promethe…
Mary Shelly (1797-1851)
This British author was the daughter of the philosophers Will…
Mary Shelly
This woman was the wife of the poet Percy Bysshe Shelly.
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Non Fiction terms
topic
topic sentence
main idea
supporting details
the general subject that the passage is about, usually one or…
a sentence in a passage that states the main idea of that pas…
a statement that tells what a passage is mostly about (in you…
more narrow ideas, evidence, examples, details, and elaborati…
topic
the general subject that the passage is about, usually one or…
topic sentence
a sentence in a passage that states the main idea of that pas…
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Literary Terms You Gotta Know
simile
metaphor
antonym
synonym
a comparison using LIKE or AS
comparing two things NOT USING like or as
word that is opposite (happy/sad)
word that is the same (angry/mad)
simile
a comparison using LIKE or AS
metaphor
comparing two things NOT USING like or as
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NON-FICTION TERMS
ARTICLE
AUTOBIOGRAPHY
MEMORIZED SPEECH
IMPROMPTU SPEECH
an informational piece of writing about a particular topic, i…
the story of a person's life written by that person
a speech that has been written out and memorized word for wor…
a speech given without advance preparation (given by a person…
ARTICLE
an informational piece of writing about a particular topic, i…
AUTOBIOGRAPHY
the story of a person's life written by that person
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Non-Fiction Terms
Fiction
Non-Fiction
Biography
Autobiography
a story that is not true or is made up.
a true story.
a written account of another person's life.
an account of a person's life written by that person.
Fiction
a story that is not true or is made up.
Non-Fiction
a true story.
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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
Non-fiction terms
Main idea
Supporting details
Fact
Opinion
the most important idea of the passage
the evidence that supports the main idea
a true statement that can be proven
state a belief that cannot be proven
Main idea
the most important idea of the passage
Supporting details
the evidence that supports the main idea
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Non-Fiction terms
Functional texts
Literary non-fiction
purposes
structure
which are practical documents that help the readers preform e…
which features some of the same literary elements and techniq…
to inform, describe, or persuade
or arrangement of parts, using patterns of organizing such as…
Functional texts
which are practical documents that help the readers preform e…
Literary non-fiction
which features some of the same literary elements and techniq…
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Non Fiction Terms
Functional texts
literary nonfiction
nonfiction
purpose
practical documents that help readers perform everyday tasks
features some of the same literary elements and teqniques
a writing that presents information that is true or thought t…
to inform, entertain, persuade
Functional texts
practical documents that help readers perform everyday tasks
literary nonfiction
features some of the same literary elements and teqniques
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Non-Fiction Terms
Sidebar
Subhead
Supporting evidence
text evidence
A short article placed alongside a longer article that has ex…
A title that comes after the headline
information used to support an argument or a claim
supporting evidence that comes from the story you are writing…
Sidebar
A short article placed alongside a longer article that has ex…
Subhead
A title that comes after the headline
Non-Fiction Terms
the most important message
a statement that can be proven
a belief that is not supported by proof
an intelligent conclusion based on hin…
main idea
fact
opinion
inference
the most important message
main idea
a statement that can be proven
fact
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Non-fiction terms
Articles
Essays
Speeches
Expository
short prose works that present facts about a subject
short prose work that focus on a particular subject
written texts that are delivered orally to an audiance
present facts and ideas or to explain a process
Articles
short prose works that present facts about a subject
Essays
short prose work that focus on a particular subject
Non-Fiction Terms
Non-Fiction
Purpose of Non-Fiction
Audience
Style
Prose writing that is factually based and can be verified.
To inform, to persuade, to explain.
People who read the material.
The way a writer writes.
Non-Fiction
Prose writing that is factually based and can be verified.
Purpose of Non-Fiction
To inform, to persuade, to explain.
YEARBOOK-Terms You Gotta Know
Theme
Division Pages
Title Page
Opening/Closing
the unifying element of the book - should be unique to the sc…
spreads that introduce the sections of the book - must relate…
page 1 of the book (includes theme, school vitals, enrollment…
beginning and ending sections that further explain why the th…
Theme
the unifying element of the book - should be unique to the sc…
Division Pages
spreads that introduce the sections of the book - must relate…
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Non-fiction Terms
caption
glossary
index
table of contents
text describing the contents of a picture, graph, or chart
a list of terms from the text with definitions (IN THE BACK)
a detailed list of the topics discussed in the text, arranged…
an ordered list of the book's chapter headings with their pag…
caption
text describing the contents of a picture, graph, or chart
glossary
a list of terms from the text with definitions (IN THE BACK)
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Non Fiction Terms
caption: a label or brief explanation…
central idea: a main point that the au…
direct quotation: a report of the exac…
headline: the title of an article in a…
...
...
...
...
caption: a label or brief explanation…
...
central idea: a main point that the au…
...
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Non-fiction Terms
Analogy
Bandwagon appeal
Bias
Cause
Makes a comparison between two subjects that are alike in som…
Taps into people's desire to belong
An inclination toward a particular judgement on a topic or is…
An event or action that directly results in another event or…
Analogy
Makes a comparison between two subjects that are alike in som…
Bandwagon appeal
Taps into people's desire to belong
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Non-fiction unit terms
Expository non-fiction
Narrative non-fiction
Persuasive
Expository
Factual and informative writing like articles and newspapers
Writing that tells a true story like a biography
Presents information to prove or support a point
To offer information or explain something like facts, give di…
Expository non-fiction
Factual and informative writing like articles and newspapers
Narrative non-fiction
Writing that tells a true story like a biography
Non Fiction Terms
Expository non-fiction
Narrative non-fiction
Persuasive
Expository
Factual and informative writing
Tells a true story
Presents information to support or prove a point
Presents facts, gives directions, defines terms, and so on.
Expository non-fiction
Factual and informative writing
Narrative non-fiction
Tells a true story
Non Fiction Terms
Expository Nonfiction
Narrative Nonfiction
Persuasive Paragraphs
Expository Paragraphs
Is factual and informative writing.
Tells a true story.
Presents information to support or prove a point.
Presents facts, gives directions, defines terms, and so on.
Expository Nonfiction
Is factual and informative writing.
Narrative Nonfiction
Tells a true story.
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Non-fiction Terms
biography
primary sources
secondary sources
memoir
a story written about a person's life by another person; writ…
first hand accounts (people who generate the source experienc…
second hand accounts (people who generate the source did not…
written about a part of a person's life (a memory); written f…
biography
a story written about a person's life by another person; writ…
primary sources
first hand accounts (people who generate the source experienc…
Non Fiction Terms
Prologue
Epilogue
Preface
Foreward
A separate introductory section of a literary or musical work.
A section or speech at the end of a book or play that serves…
An introduction to a book, typically stating its subject, sco…
A short introduction to a book, typically by a person other t…
Prologue
A separate introductory section of a literary or musical work.
Epilogue
A section or speech at the end of a book or play that serves…
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Non fiction terms
Expository non fiction
Narrative non fiction
Persuasive
Expository
Factual and informative writing like newspapers
Tells a true story Like autobiography
Presents information to support or prove a point like when so…
Presents information facts, gives directions, defines terms a…
Expository non fiction
Factual and informative writing like newspapers
Narrative non fiction
Tells a true story Like autobiography
Non-fiction Vocab Terms
Non Fiction
informative text
text structure
problem/solution
writing that conveys information using facts or details about…
text that informs the reader or explains something.
the organizational pattern of a text
text structure that presents a problem followed by a solution
Non Fiction
writing that conveys information using facts or details about…
informative text
text that informs the reader or explains something.
non fiction vocabulary terms
non fiction
informative text
text structure
problem/ solution
writing that conveys information using facts or details about…
a text that informs the reader or explains something
the organizational pattern of a text
a text structure that presents a problem followed a problem f…
non fiction
writing that conveys information using facts or details about…
informative text
a text that informs the reader or explains something
non-fiction terms
Expostitory non fiction
Naritive Non-fiction
persuasive
expository
factual and imformative writing like news paper
tells a true story like a autobiographys
the writer tries to persuasiv the reader into thinking the wa…
an expository paragraph presents facts gives directions defin…
Expostitory non fiction
factual and imformative writing like news paper
Naritive Non-fiction
tells a true story like a autobiographys
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