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Antonym
is a word with a meaning opposite that of another word.
Bibliography
a list of works of a specific author or publisher.
Character Development
Characters that grow or change during a story are said to undergo character development.
Dynamic character
a character that changes significantly.
Static character
one that changes only a little or not at all.
Context Clues
are hints or suggestions that may surround unfamiliar words or phrases and clarify their meaning. It may be a definition, synonym, example, comparison, or contrast.
Coordinating conjunction
Connects related words, groups of words or sentences. (and, but, or)
Character Development
Characters that grow or change during a story are said to undergo character development.
Dynamic character
a character that changes significantly.
Static character
one that changes only a little or not at all.
Context Clues
are hints or suggestions that may surround unfamiliar words or phrases and clarify their meaning. It may be a definition, synonym, example, comparison, or contrast.
Coordinating conjunction
Connects related words, groups of words or sentences. (and, but, or)
Deomonstrative Pronoun
Singles out one or more persons or things. (this boat)
Subject Pronouns
I, You, He, She, It

We, You, They
Object Pronouns
me, you, him, her, it

us, you, them
Drawing Conclusions
combining several pieces of information to make an inference.
Elaboration
the process of developing a writing idea by providing specific supporting details that are relevant and appropriate to the purpose and form of your writing.