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High frquency STAAR


Narritive The story or an account of an event or series of events.
Dialogue A conversation between two people.
Setting When and were the story takes place.
Narrator In a narrating a poem.
Speaker The ''voice'' narrating a poem.
Protagonist The main character in a literary work.
Antagonist A character or force in a conflict with the main character.
Conflict A struggle between two opposing forces.
Inference A logical guess based on evedince or reasoning.
Theme The universal truth about life exxpressed in the passage.
Point of view The perspective from which the story is told.
First person A character narrates the story with I-me-my-mines in his or her speech.
Third person omniscient The narrator is an outsider who sees into the mind of on of the character's.
Symbolism The practice of using a person,thing,or object to represent something else.
Irony When the reality of a situation is the oppisite of what is expected.
Tone The writers or speakers attitude towards the subject of a story,towards a character,or towards tghe audience.
Mood The overall feeling of a story.
Figurative language Language that uses words or expresseions with a meaning that is diffrent from the litteralinterpritation(metephore,simile,personification).
Simile A sentence that compares two unlike thing using ''like'' or ''as''.
Metaphore A comparison of two unlike thing without using ''like'' or ''as''.
Personification Givion human qualities to non living things.
Created by: jazzyflawless16



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