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8th ELA

reading that is all

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What is a genre? A genre is the type of book or movie. The thing that tells what it is. What is that?
Who writes an autobiography? The author is the main character in the book. It is about a car. VROOM VROOM What is that?
What is a biography? A biography is a story about someone who is or was alive and is nonfictional. A biography is a story about someone who is or was alive and is fictional. What is that?
What is realistic fiction? Realistic fiction is a fictional book or movie that has realistic characters. It is about a fake thing but with real people. What is that?
What is a short story and what does it do? A short story is a small story that teaches a lesson through challenges the characters go through. It is a small story that tells you something What is that?
What is the setting? Why is it important? The setting is the area around the character(s). It is important because it shows time and place. The area around the character. What is that?
What is mood? How does it change the stories tone? Mood is how the writer wanted the story to feel at the time. It changes the tone because it makes it scarier or happier. What the feeling is. It makes it more enjoyable What is that?
What are the characters? How can they affect the story? The characters are the people or animals in the story. They can affect it by being good or evil. The main people in the story. They could do nothing or something What is that?
What is a protagonist? The protagonist(s) are the good character(s) in the story. They are the good people. What is that?
What is an antagonist? The antagonist(s) are the evil character(s) in the story. They are the bad people. What is that?
What is the plot? The story line or main point to the story? The main idea. What is that?
What is the exposition? The beginning where the reader learns the characters, the setting, and the plot. The learning part of the story. What is that?
what is the inciting incident? How does it affect the rest of the story? The inciting incident is the first problem with the protagonist(s) and the antagonist(s). It creates a war between the two. The first problem in the story. What is that?
What is the rising action? The journey that the character take to get to the antagonist(s). The work that is given to get to the final battle. What is that?
What is the climax? The most intense part of the story or the final battle. The high part of the story. What is that?
What is the falling action? The part where the protagonist(s) are cooling off going home and waiting. The part where the characters are relaxing What is that?
What is external conflict? A problem from the outside of a character. A problem from the outside the character. What is that?
What is internal conflict? A problem from inside the character. A problem from inside the character. What is that?
What is the theme? The main idea of the story. A duck. QUACK QUACK What is that?
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