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Kaelin- cycles 1,2,3

literary terms, kaelin

prefix groups of letters that are placed before a word that alter its meaning
root word a word that you can add prefixes or suffixes to, it contains the most meaning in the word
suffix groups of letters placed after a word to change its meaning or form
main idea the author's central thought - what the passage is about
autobiography the story of a person's life written by themselves
plot the sequence in which the author arranges the events in the story
exposition the beginning of the story where the author provides information about the characters, plot and setting
climax the turning point in the narrative
resolution the ending of the story when the conflict is solved
foreshadowing a device used in literature to create expectation
dialogue conversation between people in a literary work
fluency the clear, easy written or spoken expressions of ideas
irony the use of a word or phrase to mean the exact opposite of the expected result
mood the prevailing emotions of a literary work
narrative text which tells a story
Created by: barbara-kaelin