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Plagiarism
using some one elses work as your own
Point of View
the position or angle in which a story is told (First Person, Second Person, Third Person)
Theme
the message of the story
Revision
when you look something you wrote over and make changes
Topic Sentence
the sentence that tells what the paragraph is about
Tone
the feeling of the words
Thesis Statement
the sentence that tells the topic of the paper
Sensory Details
showing not telling
Style
the way you arrange the words
Essay
a paper you write about
Topic
what something is about
Focus
to stay on your topic
Details
descriptions
Descriptions
to describe something in details
Audience
the people you are writing for
Brain Storming
thinking and writing notes on details you are writing about
Beginning
the start of what you are writing
Closing
the end or how you tie things up at the end
Purpose
what the meaning of the story is
Climax
the rising point where things start to change
Resolution
where the problem is fixed
Expostion
where everything gets exposed
Falling Action
where everything starts to mend
Rising Action
Where the main charecter tries to solve their problem
Response to Text
Analyze
Narrative
a story
Poetry
expressive writing
Report
you research to report back a focus
Persuasive Essay
you persuade, or try to convince someone of something
Personal Essay
to reflect on your self; meaningful writing