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RL7.2 Theme

Central Idea and Theme Skill Words

theme the main lesson that readers can take away from the story
subject one word like love, family, loyalty that the writer turnes into a lesson
conflict problem of the story
moral theme or lesson
lesson theme or moral of the story
life-application a lesson that you can learn from what the characters go through that you can apply to your life
solution how the problem is solved
generalization a life-lesson that you can take away from what the characters experience/ theme
protagonist main character; good guy
significance why an event or thing is important
main idea what the story is mostly about; the most import events in the story
resolution the part in the story when the problem has been solved and readers find out where the characters end up
support prove your response with evidence from the text
universal relates to people everywhere (comes from the word universe)
Created by: keh