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5th Reading EOG V4

15 terms off eog list set 4

genre type of story (example: fiction, non-fiction, drama, poety, folk tale, fable, fairy tale, science fiction, mystery, myth, historical fiction, realistic fiction, etc...)
glossary dictionary of important terms used in a book
graph drawing that shows how things compare
graphics includes: pictures, diagrams, charts, tables, italics, subheadings, footnotes, captions, asterisks, etc...
graphic organizer a thinking map used to organize information
Haiku unrhymed poem made up of 3 lines and the syllable pattern 5 syllables, 7 syllables, 5 syllables
Heading title or address at the top of a page in a selection
Homophones words that are pronounced the same but are spelled different and have different meanings
Humorous writing that is funny
hyperbole exaggeration (example: "It seemed like a million miles home".)
identify to use evidence to find an answer
Idiom figurative language that cannot be understood by the ordinary meaning of the words
illustrations pictures
Illustrator a person who draws
Imagery a picture formed in the mind
Created by: dmwetherell