Parts of a Story Point of View Types of Stories Punctuation All Mixed Up 1pt 1 pt 1 pt 1pt 1 pt 2 pt 2 pt 2pt 2pt 2 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 3 pt 4 pt 4 pt 4pt 4 pt 4pt 5pt 5 pt 5 pt 5 pt 5 pt
This is the part of the story that has the problem and solution. IT is the MAIN EVENTS in a story.
The people or animals in a story. They have traits and are the most important part of a story.
This word describes a character: how they look, how they feel, what they are like…
This is what the character feels and WHY they act the way they do. For some characters it can be: money, love, rewards, to save a pet…
When a narrator or outsider tell the story, but they are not actually in the story.
When a character is telling another character the story in the text. This point of view is less often used.
This is the perspective in which the story is told. It can be told in first person, by a narrator, third person. These are all referred to as…
This type of story is told time and time again as it is passed down within a culture.
A fiction based story with animals as the main characters. In these stories, one learns a moral or lesson about life.
A story told about characters who really lived during a time. They are told as they really happened. Most are based on real people.
A story about the distant past that is used to explain why the universe works. People with unusual powers can exist. These stories are told before scientific proof existed to disprove them.
A piece of writing, usually a play, that is meant to be acted out. It is very dramatic and action or emotion packed…
Some poems have a pattern that is almost musical, where 2 or more words make the same ending sound.
The type of language that DOES NOT mean exactly what is said: Shake a leg!
These types of marks indicate a pause in a sentence or can be used with a conjunction to combine sentences.