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CC Lit voc gr. 5

NARRATOR the person who tells the story
PLOT the main series of events in a story
EMOTIONS what a character feels
SETTING the time and place in which the events in a story happen
CLIMAX the turning point in the story when the goal is reached or the problem is solved
TRAITS a character's qualities; words that describe the character based on their words and actions
SUMMARY a brief description of a story telling only the main events
MOTIVES the reasons why a character does something
NARRATIVE a type of writing that describes a sequence of events; a story
1ST PERSON POINT OF VIEW the main character is telling the story
3RD PERSON POINT OF VIEW someone outside the story is telling the story
RESOLUTION part of the story when the problem is solved
ANALYZE to study the parts closely and carefully
THEME the message or lesson that the reader learns from the story
CITE EVIDENCE find proof to explain your thinking
Created by: ddinsmore