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Lit elements 11 5-13
Lit elements 11 5-13
Lit elements 11 5-13
Lit elements 11 5-13
Lit elements 11 5-13
Lit elements 11 5-13
Lit elements 11 5-13
Lit elements 11 5-13
Lit elements 11 5-13
Lit elements 11 5-13
Lit elements 11 5-13
Lit elements 11 5-13
Lit elements 11 5-13
Lit elements 11 5-13
Lit elements 11 5-13
Lit elements 11 5-13
Lit elements 11 5-13
Lit elements 11 5-13
Lit elements 11 5-13
Lit elements 11 5-13
Lit elements 11 5-13
Lit elements 11 5-13
Lit elements 11 5-13
Lit elements 11 5-13
Lit elements 11 5-13
Lit elements 11 5-13
Lit elements 11 5-13
Lit elements 11 5-13
Lit elements 11 5-13
Lit elements 11 5-13
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  • 1. Lit Elements 11­5­13.notebook November 05, 2013 11/5/13 8th Grade Language Arts Assignments: -Rough Draft of Poem (T) Agenda: -Vocabulary Packet (F) 1. Independent Reading -Spelling Post Test (F) 2. Literary Terms/Devices -Comment on 2 students' responses (F) 3. Poetry 1
  • 2. Literary Terms You Should be Able to Spell Lit Elements 11­5­13.notebook November 05, 2013 Protagonist Exposition Antagonist Resolution Characterization Denouement Dialect Perspective Foreshadowing Symbolism Flashback Atmosphere Omniscient 2
  • 3. Lit Elements 11­5­13.notebook November 05, 2013 Elements of a Story  Grade: 8th Subject: Language Arts Date: 11­5­13 3
  • 4. Lit Elements 11­5­13.notebook November 05, 2013 1 The time and place of a story or play A Scene Design B Climax C Setting D All of the Above E None of the Above 4
  • 5. Lit Elements 11­5­13.notebook 2 November 05, 2013 A writer's or speaker's choice of words. A Diction  B Speaking C Word Choice D Both A and B E Both A and C 5
  • 6. Lit Elements 11­5­13.notebook 3 November 05, 2013 Scene in a movie, play, short story, novel, or narrative  poem that interrupts the present action of the plot to  flash backward and tell what happened at an earlier  time A Foreshadowing B Foretelling C Flashforward D Forward E Flashback 6
  • 7. Lit Elements 11­5­13.notebook November 05, 2013 4 Series of related events that make up a story or a  drama A exposition B rising action C climax D plot E resolution 7
  • 8. Lit Elements 11­5­13.notebook November 05, 2013 5 The voice telling the story A Narrator B Character C Actor D Writer E None of the Above 8
  • 9. Lit Elements 11­5­13.notebook November 05, 2013 6 A story's atmosphere or the feeling it evokes A Setting B Feeling C Mood D Tone E All of the Above 9
  • 10. Lit Elements 11­5­13.notebook November 05, 2013 7 Central idea of a work of literature A Style B Mood C Tone D Theme  E Title 10
  • 11. Lit Elements 11­5­13.notebook November 05, 2013 11
  • 12. Lit Elements 11­5­13.notebook November 05, 2013 8 Person in a story, poem, or play A Actor B Character C Stage Hand D Author  E None of the Above 12
  • 13. Lit Elements 11­5­13.notebook November 05, 2013 9 Author gives us clues about the character, so that we  can make our own judgement A Characterization B Indirect Characterization C Direct Characterization D Both A and B E Both A and C 13
  • 14. Lit Elements 11­5­13.notebook November 05, 2013 10 Struggle or clash within a person A Internal Conflict B Extrenal Conflict C Struggle  D Problem E None of the Above 14
  • 15. Lit Elements 11­5­13.notebook November 05, 2013 11 Vantage point from which the story is being told. Three  kinds: omniscient, first person, and third person  limited. A Narrator B Point of View C Speaker D Actor E Seat 15
  • 16. Lit Elements 11­5­13.notebook November 05, 2013 12 The category that a work of literature is classified  under. Five major ______ are nonfiction, fiction, poetry,  drama, and myth. A Filing Systems  B Generations C Areas D Types E Genres 16
  • 17. Lit Elements 11­5­13.notebook November 05, 2013 13 Main character in fiction or drama A Leading Actor B Subordinate Character C Protagonist D Anti­hero E Static Character 17
  • 18. Lit Elements 11­5­13.notebook November 05, 2013 14 The moment in a plot full of great emotional intensity or  suspense, when we learn what the outcome of the  conflict is going to be.  A Exposition B Rising Action C Climax D Falling Action E Resolution 18
  • 19. Lit Elements 11­5­13.notebook November 05, 2013 15 The character or force that blocks the protagonist A Foil B Antitrust C Antigony D Antagonist E None of the Above 19
  • 20. Lit Elements 11­5­13.notebook November 05, 2013 16 The use of clues to hint at events that will occur later in  the plot A Flashback B Foreshadowing C Foretelling D Throw Back E Prediction 20
  • 21. Lit Elements 11­5­13.notebook November 05, 2013 17 The story's basic situation A Expostiion B Rising Action C Climax D Falling Action  E Resolution 21
  • 22. Lit Elements 11­5­13.notebook November 05, 2013 18 The author tells us directly what to think about the  character A Characterization B Indirect Characterization C Direct Characterization D A and B E A and C 22
  • 23. Lit Elements 11­5­13.notebook November 05, 2013 Literary Elements   Im with n whipp of a s flavo flavo elem Literary elements are what make stories & text interesting.  23
  • 24. Lit Elements 11­5­13.notebook Author's  Purpose Author's  Purpose Author's  Purpose Author's  Purpose Author's  Purpose November 05, 2013 Pull each book to reveal authors'  purposes. to entertain ­ to keep amused or interested to persuade ­ to convince to inform ­ to share knowledge or facts to explain ­ to give reasons or make clear  Back to  Bookshelf 24
  • 25. Lit Elements 11­5­13.notebook November 05, 2013 Match. Provide examples. Pull An author may write simply  to please his audience.  The story might be humorous,  silly, creative,unrealistic,  mysterious, or even believable. entertain inform      Authors often like to share  information such as true life  stories, history, data,  and  research results. Sometimes an author  writes an explanation or  reason for something.  Other  times he may write  directions like "how­ to"  make bread. explain persuade When a writer wants to  convince his audience to agree  with him, he provides reasons  to support his position.   (Do you think homework should be assigned?)  Back to  Bookshelf 25
  • 26. Lit Elements 11­5­13.notebook November 05, 2013 Drag the phrase into the correct category. Location  Time at Disney World on a space ship in galaxy far away along an African river during a snow storm a dark, stormy night once upon a time in a kingdom  on a cruise ship in the summer before sunrise long, long ago Back to  Bookshelf 26
  • 27. Lit Elements 11­5­13.notebook Pt. of View November 05, 2013 The point of view usually refers  to the one who is telling the story.    She rode her bike  as fast as she could.    I rode my bike  as fast as I could.   www.lakeshorelearning.com www.lakeshorelearning.com Back to  Bookshelf 27
  • 28. Lit Elements 11­5­13.notebook Pt. of View Pt. of View November 05, 2013 Pull each book to learn about each  point of view. 1st person ­ This is a character in the story  who uses "I" and "me". Pt. of View Pt. of View 2nd person ­ You are in the story. 3rd person ­ A narrator tells the story. Back to  Bookshelf 28
  • 29. Lit Elements 11­5­13.notebook November 05, 2013 I looked up from my  paper and saw the teacher  staring at me.  My brother  said that she  was nice, but I  wasn't so sure. At first, the batter hits  the ball.  Then he runs to  first base.  When  he makes it back  home, it is called  a home run. 1st person 3rd person 1st person 3rd person She looked out the  window and saw the  dark clouds.  It was then  that she decided to take  an umbrella with                         her. Finally, the guests  arrived.  It seemed like I  had been waiting for such  a long time.  I hope they  all have a good  time here. Back to  Bookshelf 29
  • 30. Lit Elements 11­5­13.notebook November 05, 2013 Characterization Hightlight clues in  the text that help to  describe Chance's  character. Explain  how it helps to  understand why  he acts the way he  does. 30
  • 31. Lit Elements 11­5­13.notebook    The protagonist  is usually the main  character. November 05, 2013     The antagonist is the character who goes  against or opposes the  protagonist.  Can you complete the chart? Protagonists Antagonists Three Pigs Big Bad Wolf Cinderella Stepmother Simba Scar Back to  Bookshelf 31
  • 32. Lit Elements 11­5­13.notebook November 05, 2013 Protagonists Antagonists Peter Pan Captain Hook Mowgli Shere Khan Pongo/Perdita Cruella de Ville Belle/Beast Gaston Road Runner Wiley Coyote Bugs Bunny Elmer Fudd Jerry Tom Woody/Buzz Light Year Lotso Back to  Bookshelf 32

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