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Paraphrase when you reword written or spoken text using words that help you clarify and understand the text.
Summarize when you create a statement of the main ideas or essential information in the text.
Genre a category or type of literature, such as short story, folktale, poem, novel, play.
Antonyms are words with opposite meaning.
Synonyms are words with similar meanings.
Point-of-View the perspective from which a story or poem is told.
Diction refers to a writer's or speaker's word choice.
External Conflict the character struggles with an outside force.
Internal Conflict the character struggles with his or her own needs or emotions.
Narrative tells a story or describes a sequence of events.
Characterization the act of creating characters.
Setting is the time and place where the story takes place.
Conflict is a struggle between characters or opposing forces.
Personal Narrative A story based on one's own life and told in the first person.
Sequence the order in which events happen.
Created by: Djulisa81