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Narrative Vocabulary

TermDefinition
Narrative Writing that tells a personal story
First Person Point of View The story or narrative is told by the protagonist. The protagonist calls him or herself “I.”
Thoughtshots The thoughts and feelings of a character revealed by the author
Baby Steps Explode the moment into small actions
Narration The part of the narrative where the author explains or describes what is happening
Dialogue The conversation between characters
Direct Quote A character’s exact words in quotation marks
Indirect Quote The words of a character summarized by someone else, not in quotation marks
Descriptive Writing Writing that creates a strong visual picture in the mind of the reader.
Sensory Details Description which engages many of the five senses; uses lots of adjectives
Lens The viewpoint through which text is analyzed or viewed
Bystander Someone who stands by and watches the action
Created by: sackerman