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Analyzing Purpose, Point of View, and Structure CRM 1.4

analyze breaking something down into its parts
contributes how an author uses structure and plot to add meaning to the story
conveyed an author's communicated message
determine to come to a conclusion
development how sentences and paragraphs work together in a story to create structure and ideas
develops the way a plot of a story grows through chapters and scenes
explain to make an idea, situation, or problem clear by describing with explicit details and facts
narrator a character who tells the events of a story, narrative, movie, or poem
plot the sequenced events of a novel, play, or movie
plot elements exposition, rising action, climax, falling action, resolution
point of view the way an author lets readers "see" and "hear" what happens in a story, poem, or essay; can include opinions, judgements, and feelings
purpose author's reason for writing; to persuade, to inform, to entertain
scene a part of a novel where characters engage in action or dialogue
setting the place, time, and social situation in which a story takes place
speaker the voice or character "talking" in a poem
stanza four or more lines in a poem that can rhyme; similar to a paragraph in a story
structure the way an author or poet organizes writing to convey a message
theme the moral or lesson of a story/ central idea of a literary text
Created by: AMMSELA



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