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STAAR Review.

STAAR Language Arts testing review.

Character Motivation The explanation of why a character acts in the way that they do.
Character traits/qualities The attributes of a character, physical, emotional, or otherwise.
Faulty Reasoning A propaganda technique used to manipulate how the reader feels about someone or something without using logical sense.
Logical Reasoning A system used to construct an argument from observation and known facts.
Argument A reason or set of reasons given with the aim of persuading others that an action or idea is right or wrong.
Lyrical Poetry A genre of poetry that expresses personal and emotional feelings.
Epic Poetry A lengthy narrative poem, ordinarily concerning a serious subject.
Main Idea The central point of which the sentences or paragraphs in a piece of literature help to support.
Drawing a conclusion The judgement that is made after all information is reviewed.
Author's Purpose The intention of the author that compelled them to write a novel, poem, or short story.
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