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  1. Event Event Add Text Add Text Add Text Add Text Trait Trait Add Text Add Text Add Text Character Trait Trait Event Event Add Text Add Text

  2. Title Add Text Setting Add Text Characters Add Text Add Text Add Text Add Text Add Text Add Text Add Text Add Text Problem Add Text Events 1. 4. Add Text Add Text 2. 5. Add Text Add Text 3. 6. Add Text Add Text Solution Add Text

  3. Main Idea Add Text Supporting Details Add Text Add Text

  4. Main Idea Add Text Add Text Add Text Add Text Add Text Supporting Details

  5. Details Add Text Add Text Add Text Add Text Add Text Main Idea Add Text

  6. What is being compared? Add Text Differences Similarities Differences Add Text Add Text Add Text

  7. Sequence Chain for: Add Text 1. Add Text 2. Add Text 3. Add Text 4. Add Text 5. Add Text 6. Add Text 7. Add Text 8. Add Text 9. Add Text

  8. Detail Add Text Detail Detail Add Text Add Text Main Idea Add Text Detail Detail Add Text Add Text Detail Add Text

  9. Add Text Add Text Add Text Add Text Add Text Add Text Add Text Add Text Add Text Add Text Add Text Add Text Add Text

  10. Main Idea Add Text Add Text Add Text Add Text Add Text Add Text Add Text Add Text Add Text Add Text Add Text Add Text Add Text Add Text

  11. Topic: Add Text Adjectives Nouns Add Text Add Text Add Text Add Text

  12. Time Place Character(s) Add Text Add Text Add Text Possible Solution Problem Add Text Add Text

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  14. Topic: Add Text K What I Know W What I Want to Know L What I Have Learned Add Text Add Text Add Text

  15. Settingis the time and place of a story or an event in a story. Setting Time Name of Story Place Description Add Text Add Text Add Text

  16. The person who is telling a story is called the narrator. The point of view of a story is determined by whether or not the narrator is a character in the story. In the first-person point of view, the narrator is a character in the story. In the third-person point of view, the narrator tells what happens but is not involved in the events of the story. First Person Third Person The narrator is a character. The narrator is not a character. Clue Words Clue Words I me my, mine we us our, ours he him his she her hers they them their, theirs

  17. Characterizationis the way that a writer develops characters’ qualities and personality traits. Character’s appearance—how the character looks Character’s own feelings, thoughts, words, and actions Add Text Add Text Character’s Name: Add Text Narrator’s comments about the character Other character’s reactions to and thoughts about the character Add Text Add Text

  18. Conflictresults when something stands in the way of the protagonist. The plot arises from efforts to resolve the conflict. Conflict: Add Text Internal: person versus self Add Text External: person versus person or environment Add Text Resolution: how the conflict ends Add Text

  19. Plotis the chain of action of main events in a story. The plot has a beginning, a middle, and an end. Name of story Add Text Beginning:Usually introduces characters and setting, and plot starts to unfold. Add Text Middle:The story continues with rising action which leads to a turning point, or climax. Add Text End:The story action draws to a close as the falling action ties up loose ends and shows the result of the action. Add Text

  20. touch sight smell sound details: Add Text details: Add Text details: Add Text details: Add Text IMAGERY is the use of words that appeal to the senses. Image: Add Text Description: Add Text

  21. In blank verse, each line has ten syllables written in iambic pentameter. Add Text Poem Title Line number: Add Text Line number: Add Text Number of syllables: Add Text Number of syllables: Add Text Stress pattern: Add Text Stress pattern: Add Text Line number: Add Text Line number: Add Text Number of syllables: Add Text Number of syllables: Add Text Stress pattern: Add Text Stress pattern: Add Text

  22. Like short stories, dramahas a main character, plot, and setting based on subjectand theme. Characters Add Text Subject Add Text Theme Add Text Drama Title Add Text Plot Add Text Setting Add Text