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4th OAA Reading

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Point of view where the character in the story is telling the story: uses "I" 1st Person
A narrator or a person NOT in the story is telling the story: uses "he, she, it, they etc" 3rd Person
the name for various categories of reading genre
a made up story, a story that is not true fiction
a true story, not made-up non-fiction
a story of a person's life Biography
made up of prose and sometimes rhymes Poetry
this type of writing gives factual information to inform Informational
a story with animals as the main characters: teaches a lesson Fable
The reason why an author writes Author's Purpose
What are the four reasons why an author writes; to persuade, to inform, to entertain, and to give instructions
Words found in a text that hel you figure our the meaning of an unknown word Context Clues
A statement that can be proven fact
a statement that contains information that cannot be proven opinion
the event that makes something happen Cause
The thing that happens as a result of a certain Cause effect
tells how two things are alike compare
tells how two things are different contrast
to make an educated guess about what is going on in a sort based upon what you read Infer
what the story is mostly about main idea
This tells more about and supports the main idea detail
a short sentence that tells what the story is about. It usually tarts with "this story is about..." Summary
where an when a story takes place setting
the main events that happen in a story plot
the problem in the story conflict
Where the problem in the story is solved resolution
the lesson learned from the story theme
the feeling the story creates mood
two words that mean the same thing synonym
two words that have opposite meanings antonym
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