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Smookie's (Reading)


similes sentences that compares to thing using; like or as.
synonyms a word having the same or nearly the same meaning as another word ex:happy,joyful
personification giving human characteristics to animals,vegetables,anything not human
Table of Contents the page in the front of the book that tells you what the topics are in the book and where they are at
dictionary its a book where you can find definitions of words and there meanings
theme lesson or main point
plot Also called storyline. the plan, scheme, or main story of a book/series
idioms its raining cats and dogs
mood a state or quality of feeling
tone what the author wants you too feel
almanac book of facts
fact a statement that can be proven
conflict a problem
antonyms two words that have different meanings ex:happy;sad
Point of View 1st person 3rd person ;how the story is told
glossary terms and definitions located in the back of the book
details describe looks and feelings
opinion a belief or judgment that you believe
index a more or less detailed alphabetical listing of names, places, and topics along with the numbers of the pages on which they are mentioned or discussed, usually included in or constituting the back matter.
evidence that which tends to prove or disprove something;
setting the act of a person or thing that sets.
alliteration Suzie sell seashells by the seashore
foreshadowing looking back in time
Main Idea the most important part in a story
Created by: smookie32
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