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terms and definations

QuestionAnswer
alliteration consonant sounds EX.jump for joy bigger and better
antagonist principle charecter in opposition to the prot agonist
antonym a word that is the opposite of another word
author's purpose why did the author write the selection Ex to entertain, Inform, to Persuade
autobiography the story of a persons life written by a person
Biography the story of a persons life written by another person
cause and effect cause-action Effect- result of the action
Charecterization author communicate information the methods include The charecters apperence,Action ,thoughts, conversations Reaction toward others
climax the moment where the actiom comes to the highest point
compare and contrast show similarities and contrast means to differences
conclusion the end of the reading selection
conflict struggle between opposing forces in literature
text to self , world or text connection
information within the reading selection to find meaning of challenging words context clues
the actual words charecters speaks dialogue
the examine and judge evaluate
the backround information exposition
written information to explain a specific topic expository text
a narritive intended to moral or lesson fable
is it something that can be proven or is it a persons point of view Fact vs. opinion
the dramatic tension declines falling action
imagination rather than fact Fiction
Created by: josue