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Reading

Terms and Definitions

QuestionAnswer
Allieration the repetition of initial sounds in a sentence
antagonist principal in opposition to the protagionast. Sometimes not a person but an obsticale such a force of nature society or inner conflict
antynom a word that is the opposite ofanother word.
authors purpose why did the author write the selection
autobiography the story of a persons life written by the person
biography the story of a persons life writtn by another person
Cause and effect cause statements stem for actions and events and effects are what happen as a result of an action
characterization the method an author uses to communicate info about the characters to the reader
climax the moment when the action is the higest
compare and contrast compare means to show similarities and contrast means to show differernces
conclusion the end of the reading selection
conflict struggle between opposing forces
C Vs. C conflict between characters
C Vs. N a character aganst a force in nature
C Vs. S caracter vs an inner force
connections text to self world or text
context clues information within the reading selection
Created by: iknwrch