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Languages Arts

Elements of Literature

readHighlight it in a book
Setting Where and when the story elements take place
Character Any animal, person or animated object that takes part in a story
Point of View The position or perspective from which the story is told: who is telling the story
Internal Conflict The struggle of a character against himself or herself (emotional or mental)
External Conflict The struggle between a character and someone or something other than himself (nature, person,or society)
Plot The action or series of events in a story
Resolution The solution to a storys conflict or problem/main problem
Mood The effect of a story on the feelings of the reader feel about the subject.
Theme The underlying idea or lesson the author is trying to teach or show in a story
Authors Craft The purposeful choices the author makes with language and story elements
Purpose What the author means to accomplish in his or her work (ex. entertainment, teaching a lesson, etc.)
Created by: ma30093