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6th Grade Reading MT

Alliteration repetition of intentional constant sounds
Genre a division or type of literature
Antagonist a character or force in a conflict with a main character
Autobiography a story of an author's own life
biography a form of non-fiction which a writer tells a story of another person
character a person or animal that takes part of the action in a story or other genre
characterization an act of creating and developing a character
conflict a struggle between opposite forces
external conflict a struggle between a person and outside forces
internal conflict takes place within a mind of a character
dialogue a conversation between characters
fiction writing that tells about an imaginary characters or events
figurative language a writing or speech that is suppose to be taken literally
imaginary when you read you picture or visualize it in your mind
metaphor figurative speech where something is described as it was something else
mood a state or feeling at a particular time
motive a reason that explains characters, feelings, and thoughts.
nonfiction a story that tells about real people and real things
onomatopoeia is the use of words that imitate sounds
personification is a type of figurative language that give human qualities to unloving things
plot a sequence of events
poetry is one of the three main types of literature
point of view is the prospective or vantage point
protagonist is the main character
resolution is the outcome of the conflict in a plza
scene is the section of a uninterrupted in the act of a drama
setting is the place and the action
simile figure of speech using like or as
stanza is the group of lines in a poem
theme is the central message
tone is the writers attitude
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