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Author's Purpose, Plot, Theme
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True or False: A theme can be written in one or two words.
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True or False: A theme can be written in one or two words.
What is FALSE?
The theme of the Three Little Pigs.
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The theme of the Three Little Pigs.
What is Hard Work Pays Off?
An author usually writes what the theme is at the beginning of the story.
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An author usually writes what the theme is at the beginning of the story.
What is FALSE?
The theme of The Ugly Duckling.
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The theme of The Ugly Duckling.
What is Being Different is What Makes Us Special?
The theme of Beauty and the Beast.
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The theme of Beauty and the Beast.
What is Don't Judge a Book By It's Cover?
A commercial.
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A commercial.
What is To Persuade?
The Sunday comics is an example of this Author's Purpose.
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The Sunday comics is an example of this Author's Purpose.
What is To Entertain?
A true story written about the life of Abraham Lincoln.
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A true story written about the life of Abraham Lincoln.
What is To Inform?
An advertisement selling Nike shoes.
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An advertisement selling Nike shoes.
What is To Persuade?
The novel, Lupita Manana.
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The novel, Lupita Manana.
What is To Entertain?
Explains how the conflict is resolved.
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Explains how the conflict is resolved.
What is the Resolution?
Introduces the characters, setting, and hints at the conflict.
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Introduces the characters, setting, and hints at the conflict.
What is the Exposition?
Develops the conflict and builds suspense.
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Develops the conflict and builds suspense.
What is the Rising Action?
The most exciting part of the story or the turning point.
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The most exciting part of the story or the turning point.
What is the climax?
Suspense eases and the conflict begins to come to a close.
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Suspense eases and the conflict begins to come to a close.
What is the Falling Action?
The problem in the story.
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The problem in the story.
What is Conflict?
A series of events in the story.
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A series of events in the story.
What is the Plot?
The message about ______ or ____________ is the theme.
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The message about ______ or ____________ is the theme.
What is life or human behavior?
The three reasons why an author writes a story.
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The three reasons why an author writes a story.
What is To Persuade, To Inform, To Entertain?
What the story is mainly about is called this.
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What the story is mainly about is called this.
What is the Topic or Main Idea?
When something is made up or can not be proved.
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When something is made up or can not be proved.
What is Fiction?
Something that IS true or can be proved.
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Something that IS true or can be proved.
What is a Fact?
When the narrator IS part of theaction, and the story uses me, I, or my.
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When the narrator IS part of theaction, and the story uses me, I, or my.
What is First Person Point of View.
She is AS thin as a snake is an example of this type of comparison.
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She is AS thin as a snake is an example of this type of comparison.
What is Simile?
I am a zombie without my coffee is an example of this type of comparison.
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I am a zombie without my coffee is an example of this type of comparison.
What is Metaphor?
Another word for how a story makes YOU feel.
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Another word for how a story makes YOU feel.
What is Mood?




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