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Literary Terms. By: Kinsey Gates. Setting-. Setting - time and place of the story. The author may give examples like how people dress and transportation, time period, describe a city, country setting and the weather. EX: Tell Lauren to come to the mall with us. . Plot:.

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Literary terms

Literary Terms

By: Kinsey Gates


Setting

Setting-

  • Setting- time and place of the story.

    The author may give examples like how people dress and transportation, time period, describe a city, country setting and the weather.

    EX: Tell Lauren to come to the mall with us.


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Plot:

  • Plot: is the events that occur in the story.

    EX: first he cleaned his room, second he did his chores then last he brushed his teeth then he left.


Elements

Elements


Characterization

Characterization:

  • Characterization: personalities of people in the stories.

  • Antagonist: other characters and their relationship to the main character.

  • Protagonist: the main character or the hero of the story.


Examples of all the definitions on slide 5

Examples of all the definitions on slide 5

  • Characterization ex: Kayla is the one that has the real fun personality, she’s just out there!

  • Antagonist ex: Casey is Taylors first cousin.

  • Protagonist ex: Morgan led them to victory!


Conflict

Conflict:

  • Conflict: is the main problem.

    Ex.Dave didn’t know how to ride a bike with no handle bars.


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Conflict:

  • Conflict: is the main problem.

  • External: main character and another person.

  • Internal: are battles between the charater and his thoughts or feelings

    Conflict ex:In a walk to remember the jamie falls in love and then gets deadly ill.

    External ex.Kelsey and Jaci got In a fight and didn’t know if they would be friends anymore?

    Internal ex.Kinsey didn’t know if she would pass the math so she was worried.


Point of view

Point of View

  • Point of view: is who is telling the story.


1st person definition third person omniscient limited objective definitions

1st person, definition, third person, omniscient, limited, objective, definitions

  • First person: a character telling the story. I

  • Third person (limited): the narrator knows only the feelings of one of the characters.

  • Third person (omniscient): the person telling the story knows all about the ideas and feelings of all the charators.

  • Third person (objective): observations about what is happening.


Kinsey gates

Kinsey Gates

  • Reading 7-5, Thompson

    Friday, October 21, 2011


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