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Realistic Fiction. Real kids, Real Problems, in Real Places. Question:. Can this really happen???? Yes!. Ask yourself:. Can this really happen??? The answer should be – YES!!!!!. Characters. Realistic fiction presents fictional characters who behave in ways that are real.

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realistic fiction

Realistic Fiction

Real kids, Real Problems, in Real Places

question
Question:

Can this really happen????

Yes!

ask yourself
Ask yourself:

Can this really happen???

The answer should be –

YES!!!!!

characters
Characters
  • Realistic fiction presents fictional characters who behave in ways that are real.

Kids like us go to school, attend sporting events, have sleepovers, go on vacations, and go shopping.

problem
Problem
  • The main characters are involved in a conflict or dilemma.

Peer problems like fights, bullies, being shy, teasing or family sickness.

Adult problems like divorce, job trouble, or parents with issues

School problems like homework, bad grades, and teachers.

description
Description
  • Places, events and characters are vividly described.
setting
Setting
  • The story takes place in modern times; a recognizable sort of place.
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Plot
  • The story has a plot that makes sense and ends with a solution to the problem.

The heroes solve their problem by learning something special about themselves.

dialogue
Dialogue
  • The characters’ words show their personalities and also move the plot along.
  • “Why can’t Jenny give up her room?” I asked. “Why does it have to be me?”
  • “She’s still a baby, Peter,” Mom said.
          • The War with Grandpa
examples
Examples
  • Blume, Judy Tales of a Fourth Grade Nothing
  • Cleary, Beverly Henry Huggins;Ramona books
  • Clements, Andrew Frindle; Jake Drake, Bully Buster
  • MacLachlan, Patricia Arthur for the Very First Time
  • Park, Barbara Skinnybones