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Noah Terms

Plot the sequence of events in a story.
climax the big moment.
character people and animals in the story.
Direct characterization the author tells the reader about a character,the narrator or the character himself(or herself).
indirect characterization the reader must infer what the character is like through the character's thoughts,actions,word,and interactionswith other characters.
dynamic a character who changes in a significant way during the course of the story
static a character who remains the same throughout the story
Round a character who is presented in a complex,three dimensional way.
Flat a character who is presented as having a single trait
freewriting write in complete sentences without stopping, everything you can think of about your topic
listing like freewriting but using a list instead of sentences
Author bias is a judgement either for or against a particular person,position,idea,place,or thing
rhyme scheme the order or pattern of rhyming words at the ends of lines of poetry
tone the author's attitude toward his or her subject
refrain the verse or phrase in a poem or song that is repeated regularly usually at the end of a stanza
Created by: Noah Mcdaniel