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ELA Final EXAM

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In order, what are the parts of plot diagram? Exposition, rising Action, Climax, Falling Action, Resolution
The _____________________in a story is made of both time and place. setting
The main character in a novel or play who keeps the action moving forward is the__________________________. Protagonist
A short story that has animals for characters and teaches a lesson is called a _________________. fable
The difference between what a reader expects to happen and what really does happen is a type of _______________________ irony
The events or conflict in a story makes up the ______________ plot
When an author writes about his/her own life, it is a(n) autobiography
Writing is divided into types called ________ genres
The overall meaning of the story or piece of writing is the ______ theme
person vs. person, person vs society, person vs self, person vs nature, person vs. supernatural are all types of _____ conflict
The person telling the story is called the _________ narrator
The words characters think or say out loud are called__________ dialogue
When hints are given about what is to come later in a story, it is called foreshadowing
An author may use objects, colors, images, names, and events as ____ to represent a bigger idea symbols
A figure of speech in which the noise for a sound is written out is onomatopoeia
The figure of speech in which animals, objects, or ideas are given the characteristics of a person is called_____________ personification
compares two things using “like” or “as” simile
compares two things without using like or as metaphor
 

 



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