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7th grade lit terms

7th grade literature terms TAKS test preparation

QuestionAnswer
The sequence of events in a story. Plot
Where and when the story takes place. Setting
the narrator is a character within the story first person point of view
struggle between a character and an outside force external conflict
The main character, usually the most important character in the story. Protagonist
A character that has a conflict with the protagonist. Antagonist
A section of literary work that interrupts the current events to relate an earlier event. Flashback
The use of clues or hints provided by an author to predict future events in the story. Foreshadowing
the author's message or lesson in a literary work Theme
the emotion of the reader Mood
struggle within a character internal conflict
qualities of a character Character trait
turning point of the story Climax
beginning of the story exposition
solution to the story resolution
the teller of the story narrator
the events that build up to the climax rising action
the events that occur after the climax falling action
the narrator is not a character in the story third person point of view
Created by: debragolden