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Ideas and Characters

Developing Ideas and Characters Vocab Words

analyze breaking something down into parts
anecdotes a personal account of a story that relates to what you are reading in text
central idea the main idea of a non-fiction text
characters antagonist or protagonist of a story
conveyed an author's communicated message
details information or facts that support the main idea
determine to come to a conclusion
distinct clear and specific
elaborated explaining with supporting details from the text
episodes a series of events in a drama or a story
illustrated to paint a picture of what you've read in the text or story
judgements making an opinion based on feelings and not facts
opinions judgements based on feelings and emotions
plot what happens in a story and how it happens in a story, includes the 5 elements of plot (exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, resolution)
provide giving the reader information
resolution the conflict is resolved or has ended
summary a recap of the text without opinions
theme the moral or lesson of a story/central idea of a literary text
Created by: AMMSELA