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Background; setting
Scenery
Objects used on stage
Props
The events when setting changes
Scenes
Groups of scenes
Acts
The opposite of the other character
Foils
It has to repeat whether a sound, word, or phrase
Repetition
Repetition at the beginning of words
Alliteration
Reading a word that you should hear
Onomatopeia
Language that appeals to 1 of the 5 senses
Imagery
Helps see the picture
Figurative language
Comparison using like or as
Simile
Direct comparison with no signal words
Metaphor
Relates to the story or poem
Speaker/Voice
A logical guess based on your knowledge
Inference
The way it appears
Form
Rows of words * Not sent.*
Lines
Group of lines
Stanzas
Conversational style
Free-verse
What you hear
Sound
Words that have same sounds at the end
Rhyme
Pattern (beat)
Rhythm
Repeated pattern
Meter
Something that is factual
Nonfiction
Facts about a subject
Informational
Think about what you want to write; jot down ideas
Prewrite
Write your thoughts down on paper using sent. & paragraphs- skip lines
Draft
Read what you wrote & move things about if needed- beef up your work
Revise
Correct any GUM & spelling- use editing marks
Edit
Perfect- using black ink, cursive or typed, front only
Publish
The main things that happen in a story
Plot
Starts the story
Exposition
The basic problem
Rising Action
The turning point
Climax
The solution
Falling Action/ Resolution
When you give human characteristics to things that are not human
Personification
Are people, animals, or imaginary creatures in the story
Characters
Inside problem
Internal Conflict
Outside problem
External Conflict
Where the story takes place
Setting
The main message
Theme
The way people speak
Dialect
What is said
Dialogue
Because this event happens you have to have a result
Cause and Effect