Reading terms quick review

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Reading terms quick review

  1. 1. CLUES THAT HINT AT LATER EVENTS IN THE STORY
  2. 2. WHAT IS PROSE?
  3. 3. WRITING THAT TELLS ABOUT IMAGINARY CHARACTERS AND EVENTS
  4. 4. TYPE OF SOMETHING, SUCH AS TYPES OF LITERATURE
  5. 5. WRITING THAT TELLS ABOUT REAL CHARACTERS AND EVENTS
  6. 6. THE PERSPECTIVE FROM WHICH A STORY IS TOLD
  7. 7. SOMEONE DIRECTLY INVOLVED IN THE STORY IS THE NARRATOR – I, WE, ME, US
  8. 8. SOMEONE OUTSIDE THE STORY IS THE NARRATOR- SHE, IT THEY
  9. 9. THE MAIN CHARACTER OF THE STORY
  10. 10. TELLS SETTING AND WHAT IS GOING ON
  11. 11. THE CHARACTER, GROUP, OR FORCE OPPOSING THE MAIN CHARACTER
  12. 12. POINT OF VIEW THAT IS USED TO GIVE ORDERS, DIRECTIONS OR COMMANDS - YOU
  13. 13. NARRATIVE IS A SYNONYM FOR WHAT WORD?
  14. 14. MEANING OF THE ROOT CEDE
  15. 15. SURPRISING, INTERESTING OR AMUSING CONTRADICTIONS, AN EVENT THAT DIRECTLY CONTRADICTS THE READER’S EXPECTATIONS
  16. 16. CHARACTER WHO DOES NOT CHANGE
  17. 17. CHARACTER WHOSE PERSONALITY CHANGES DURING THE COURSE OF THE STORY, GROWS EMOTIONALLY
  18. 18. QUALITIES THAT MAKE UP A CHARACTER’S PERSONALITY (GENEROUS, KIND, STINGY)
  19. 19. WORDS THAT SUGGEST THE OPPOSITE OF THEIR USUAL MEANING
  20. 20. PLAY ON WORDS, OFTEN CALLED CORNY JOKES.
  21. 21. DICTIONARY DEFINITION OF A WORD.
  22. 22. SECONDARY MEANING, SOMETHING SUGGESTED OR IMPLIED BY A WORD
  23. 23. THE LIFE LESSON OF THE STORY
  24. 24. THE ACTUAL WORDS THE CHARACTERS SAY
  25. 25. COMPARISON BETWEEN ONE SET OF OBJECTS AND ANOTHER SET OF OBJECTS
  26. 26. TELL HOW THINGS ARE THE SAME
  27. 27. TELL HOW TWO THINGS ARE DIFFERENT.
  28. 28. CONTRADICTION BETWEEN WHAT A CHARACTER THINKS AND WHAT THE AUDIENCE KNOWS TO BE TRUE
  29. 29. EDUCATED GUESS
  30. 30. HOW CHARACTERS ARE DESCRIBED, WHAT THEY SAY, WHAT THEY DO, THEIR PERSONALITY.
  31. 31. SERIES OF RELATED EVENTS IN A STORY: CONFLICT, CLIMAX, RESOLUTION
  32. 32. RETURN TO AN EVENT IN THE PAST
  33. 33. THE EVENTS IN A STORY LEADING UP TO THE CLIMAX, INCLUDES THE CONFLICT
  34. 34. THE SOLUTION TO THE CONFLICT, END OF THE STORY
  35. 35. TURNING POINT OF THE STORY, POINT OF HIGHEST DRAMA IN THE STORY, POINT AT WHICH CHOICE/ACTION IS MADE
  36. 36. AUTHOR’S ATTITUDE TOWARD THE SUBJECT
  37. 37. REFERENCE TO ANOTHER WORK SUCH AS LITERATURE, ART, MUSIC, HISTORY, MOVIES, TV
  38. 38. INFORMATION RELATES TO SOMETHING ELSE
  39. 39. THE ATMOSPHERE CREATED BY THE AUTHOR, CREATED BY THE DESCRIPTION OF SETTINGS, CHARACTERS, AND EVENTS
  40. 40. EVENTS AFTER THE CLIMAX LEADING TO THE CONCLUSION OF THE STORY

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