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Midterm Review ELA. SK. R. R. A. M. SK im. R ead questions. R ead text. A ttack, 1 question at a time. M ark evidence in text!. Climax. PLOT DIAGRAM .

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Midterm review ela

Midterm ReviewELA


Midterm review ela

SK

R

R

A

M


Midterm review ela

SKim

Read questions

Read text

Attack, 1 question at a time

Mark evidence in text!


Midterm review ela

Climax

PLOT

DIAGRAM

This is the turning point of the story. Usually the main character comes face to face with a conflict. The main character will change in some way

Plot is the organized pattern or sequence of events that make up a story.

Falling Action

All loose ends of the plot are tied up. The conflict(s) and climax are taken care of.

This part of the story begins to develop the conflict(s). A building of interest or suspense occurs.

Rising Action

Resolution

The story comes to a reasonable ending.

Exposition

Conflict

This usually occurs at the beginning of a short story. Here the characters and the setting are introduced.

The problem in the story.


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Author’s

Purpose

Genre

Title

Name of the book.

Category of literature.

The reason the author wrote the piece:

P.I.E.

Author

Person who wrote the book.

Characters

Point of View

Tone

People, animals, or creatures.

The author’s voice or attitude in his or her writing.

Protagonist

Antagonist

1st person

“good guy”

“bad guy”

Setting

I, me, you, us

Time and place.

Mood

3rd person

Plot

Feeling or emotion in the piece

he, she, they, them

Order of events in a story.


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idiom

simile

-Comparison using like or as.

-saying that cannot be interpreted

from its literal meaning

onomatopoeia

-a word that imitates its sound

hyperbole

-an obvious exaggeration

voice

personification

-author’s

style of

writing

-giving human qualities to non-living objects.

symbolism

foreshadowing

-A word or object used

to represent another word or object.

-a hint that something will

happen later in the story


Midterm review ela

idiom

simile

-”Hit the road!”

-”Mama’s mad as flies in a fruit jar.”

onomatopoeia

-”Boom!”

hyperbole

-”My homework weighs a ton!”

voice

personification

-”We aint got

no money!”

-”The sun danced on the windshield.”

symbolism

foreshadowing

-Jess building the bridge to Tearabithia accepting Leslie’s death.

-”What if you die?, asked

Maybelle.”


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  • A group of lines in poetry.

  • The repetition of similar sounds at the end of words.

Pattern of stressed and unstressed syllables in a line

OR, the”beat”

  • LOCK SOCK


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Paragraph vs. Essay

A group of?

A group of?

Paragraphs!

Sentences!

  • Topic Sentence

  • Detail Sentences

  • Concluding Sentence

  • Introduction

  • Body

  • Conclusion


Midterm review ela

Don’t forget to use what you learn!


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