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Point of View…

Point of View…

…in Fiction. Point of View…. What is Point of View?. It is the position from which a story is told. You have four major choices: The first-person POV The third-person limited POV The third person objective POV The third person omniscient POV. First-Person POV: Me, Myself, & I.

By jacob
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Third Person POV

Third Person POV

Third Person POV. Third Person POV. This is the most complex POV The narrator is a disembodied intelligence who does not appear directly in the piece as a character. Third person exists above the story, observes it from the outside. Limited Third Person. Direct Observer Fly on Wall.

By vevina
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EOC final review WOOHOO

EOC final review WOOHOO

EOC final review WOOHOO. the author’s choice of words. diction. The author’s attitude toward his topic. TONE. A word that means the opposite of a given word. Antonym. The overall emotion created by a work of literature. Mood. The following is an example of

By teresa
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Introductory Activity

Introductory Activity

Introductory Activity. View the car accident animation. http://www.orrt.org/extensions_authors/carcrash.gif Complete the car accident report (p. 4) to describe what happened. http://www.mass.gov/rmv/forms/21278.pdf. Point of View (POV).

By taima
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Point of View

Point of View

Point of View. First, Second, Third Omniscient and Third Limited. First Person POV. Use “I” or “We” Story filtered through narrator Details limited to what character can see, hear, touch, taste, smell, think, feel and know

By teness
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Short Story Unit Literary Terms & Definitions

Short Story Unit Literary Terms & Definitions

Short Story Unit Literary Terms & Definitions. Ms. Bridges English 9. Elements of Plot. Plot: The sequence of events in a story. Exposition: The basic situation of a story—this is where the reader learns the background information necessary to understand the story.

By tibor
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Short Story Unit Literary Terms & Definitions

Short Story Unit Literary Terms & Definitions

Short Story Unit Literary Terms & Definitions. Adapted by Scott Victor from Erin Salona. Parts of Plot. Plot: The sequence of events in a story. Exposition: The basic situation of a story—this is where the reader learns the background information necessary to understand the story.

By zaide
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WORD TRASH

WORD TRASH

WORD TRASH. “ WORD TRASH ” – words, phrases and habits that should not find their way into your formal academic writing. WORD TRASH. slang terms. Be careful! Even commonly used words such as “guy” are too slang for academic writing! (It’s “man” or “character.”). WORD TRASH.

By starbuck
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Point of View

Point of View

Point of View. Presented by Mr. B. Warren WHS English Dept. Point of View Defined. Point of view (POV) is the perspective from which a narrative is told. There are four POV’s in writing: First-person point of view Third-person limited point of view Omniscient point of view

By wylie
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Fiction Terms

Fiction Terms

Fiction Terms. character. Fiction Terms. character climax. Fiction Terms. character climax conflict. Fiction Terms. character climax conflict denouement. Fiction Terms. character climax conflict denouement epiphany. Fiction Terms. character climax conflict denouement

By gaerwn
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POINT OF VIEW

POINT OF VIEW

POINT OF VIEW. What is point of view?. A. a place where you can view things B. the position in which a story is told C. a sharp object to point at things. First Person Point of View. The person telling the story is a character involved in the story. “I went to the store with my mom!”

By lindsey
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POINT of VIEW

POINT of VIEW

POINT of VIEW. From whose perspective...?. Click for next . 1st Person POV. I Me My We Our. Click for next . First person Narrator. Uses “I” Story is told from a main character’s POV. Click for next . First person Narrator. Benefits :

By audra
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POINT of VIEW

POINT of VIEW

POINT of VIEW. From whose perspective...?. Objective:. I can explain how the author develops the point of view of the narrator or speaker in a text. Key Vocabulary and Essential Questions. Point of view Narrator Speaker First person Third person omniscient Third person limited.

By hazina
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POINT of VIEW

POINT of VIEW

POINT of VIEW. From whose perspective...?. 1st Person POV. I, me, my, we, our…. First person Narrator. Uses “I” Story is told from a main character’s POV. First person Narrator. Benefits : Readers see events from the perspective of an important character

By thy
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Glossary Terms

Glossary Terms

Glossary Terms. Foreshadowing-when author uses hints/clues to prepare readers for what will happen next in the story Ex. Stormy, rainy = bad future events. Idiom- a saying (figure of speech) that does not mean literally what the words say Ex. Hit the road = smack the pavement = let’s go

By helga
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Point of View (POV) Ref: ‘What If?’ Bernays and Painter

Point of View (POV) Ref: ‘What If?’ Bernays and Painter

Point of View (POV) Ref: ‘What If?’ Bernays and Painter. A story doesn’t exist until you write it. It’s how you, the writer, puts it together that counts. VIEWPOINT TONE STYLE NARRATIVE SHAPE TIME DISTANCE These elements have as much to do with the story as a character and a plot.

By nara
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Literary Elements

Literary Elements

Literary Elements. English 10. Terms to Know. Point of View Narrator Conflict Allusion. Point of View. The perspective from which the story is told. Influences the reader to view a character or event a certain way

By verda
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Literary Terms

Literary Terms

Literary Terms. Vocabulary List #1 Woohoo!. Plot. Series of related events that make up a story. Exposition (basic situation). Explains, gives information about the main characters and their problems. Confl i ct. A problem or struggle. Internal Conflict.

By kirra
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Remembering and Narration

Remembering and Narration

Remembering and Narration. Prentice Hall Guide for College Writers Chapter Four Steve Wood TCCC. Remembering and Narration. Remembering and narration are two of the most fundamental skills in writing and are two of the most fundamental human activities.

By shalom
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Short Story Unit Literary Terms & Definitions

Short Story Unit Literary Terms & Definitions

Short Story Unit Literary Terms & Definitions. Parts of Plot. Plot: The sequence of events in a story. Exposition: The basic situation of a story—this is where the reader learns the background information necessary to understand the story. Exposition Example.

By tuyet
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