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What is, character? a person in a story
What are, details can an author use to reveal character? name, appearance, actions, speech, thought, reactions of other characters
What is, point of view the perspective from which a story is told
What are , 2 types of point of view First Person-the narrator experiences the story and Third Person- the narrator observes the story
What is cause? something that makes something else happen
What is effect? what happens because of the cause
What is , a source? the origin of data or information
What is, a fact? a statement that can be proven
What is, an opinion? a statement that can be supported but cannot be proven
What are, elements of an effective introductory sentence? an effective sentence of this type should introduce the main iedea, omit a detailed explanation of any idea, capture the reader's attention
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