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Detail
A story element that provides extra information. Details may appeal to the readers' senses. They often help the reader create a picture in his or her mind
Topic Sentence
The sentence in an article that contains the article's main idea
Fantasy
A story that is not real and is very imaginative. Fantasy can include fables, science fiction, and historical fiction
Imaginary
Something that is make-believe, not real. Fiction writing is imaginary
Paragraph
A part of a passage that begins on a new lne. It is usually made up of two or more sentences about a certain subject or idea
Topic
The main idea of a passage
Title
The name of a passage
Preview
Looking at a book or a story before reading it, to begin to make predictions about the text. A preview includes looking at the cover, the table of contents the graphics, key words, and even reading end of chapter questions
Sequence
The order in which the events in a story occur. May not be chronological