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  1. Point of view Genres propaganda Elements Of stories Misc. 100 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400 400 500 500 500 500 500

  2. Tells the story. Uses me and I.

  3. What is 1st person point of view.

  4. Narrator is a non-participant. Only knows one characters thoughts and feelings.

  5. What is third person limited.

  6. Writer is a non-participant but is able to know all characters thoughts and feelings.

  7. What is third person omniscient?

  8. Uses you. Demonstrations . Hardly ever used in stories.

  9. What is Second person?

  10. He, she, they sometimes it. Outside the story told by narrator.

  11. What is third person?

  12. A piece of writing that is true.

  13. What is non-fiction?

  14. Short pieces of writing-usually short and personal about one single account.

  15. What is an essay?

  16. Includes skits and plays. Can be fiction or nonfiction. Uses dialogue to tell the story from the characters.

  17. What is a drama?

  18. Piece of writing about someone’s life. Told in 1st person.

  19. What is an autobiography?

  20. Stories handed down from earlier times….

  21. What is a fable?

  22. By using everyday people, speakers convince audience that their idea is like “ all the peoples

  23. What is Plain-folk?

  24. Links a person or idea to a negative symbol.

  25. What is name calling?

  26. Uses words like… good, proper, right, democratic, patriotism . Seeks to make us approve and accept without examining the evidence.

  27. What are glittering generalities?

  28. A device used by which the propagandist carries over authority, sanction and prestige of something we respect and revere to something he would have us accept.

  29. What is transfer?

  30. Using a third party endorser to speak on behalf of an idea or cause.

  31. What is testimonial?

  32. Universal truth.. .moral or lesson in story.

  33. What is theme?

  34. Manner of presenting, including usage, punctuation, point of view, organization and tone. By manipulating these factors… you create it.

  35. What is style?

  36. Writer’s attitude. Conveyed in words and details in stories.

  37. What is tone?

  38. A feeling a reader gets while reading a literary work or passage.

  39. What is mood?

  40. Character has no change in the story ?

  41. What is static?

  42. Character is fully developed

  43. What is round?

  44. Character changes and learns-grows during the story.

  45. What is dynamic?

  46. One dimensional character. Only knows one trait, etc.

  47. What is flat?

  48. Time and place of the story

  49. What is the setting?

  50. Series of events in a story.