By; Valerie W ard . ELA. First person - A point of view that includes the author, uses the word “I” . T hird person –a point of view that does not include an author, does not use the word “I” . Style – How the author writes rather than what the author writes.
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By; Valerie Ward
First person - A point of view that includes the author, uses the word “I”
Third person –a point of view that does not include an author, does not use the word “I”
Style – How the author writes rather than what the author writes.
Author’s Craft – The style, tone and mood a writer uses to convey a message in writing.
Connotative Meaning – All the emotions or feelings a word can make the reader feel.
Denotative Meaning – The dictionary meaning of a word.
Dialogue – The written conversation between two or more characters.
Outline – A shortened form of a selection in which details and ideas are listed in order.
Flashback – Returning to an earlier time in the setting for the purpose of making something clearer in the present.
Symbolism – The use of a concrete object to represent an idea.