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Mrs. Fontenot's Vocabulary Bonanza



School:Leander Middle School
Location:Leander TX
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List Content

Fiction Vocabulary

  • Climax -- turning point, sometimes the moment of greatest suspense. Makes the outcome of the conflict clear.
  • Characterizatio -- creation of characters through descriptions, actions, and dialogue.
  • Third PersonPOV -- Narrator(person telling story) is NOT a character in the story
  • Plot -- basic sequence of events in a story.
  • Rising Action -- complications added to the plot that build suspense and intensify the conflict.
  • Setting -- time and place in which events of a story take place.
  • Theme -- central or universal idea of the piece of fiction.
  • text evidence -- using direct WORDS from the text to support your ideas.
  • Exposition -- setting, characters, and conflict are introduced
  • Falling Action -- reveals the outcome of the climax, shows how main character resolves the conflict.
  • Point of View -- perspective from which the story is told
  • First PersonPOV -- Narrator is a main character (usually the main character) in the story. Presents his/her own thoughts and feelings. Opinion of characters is shared.
  • Genre -- type or class of work, usually categorized by form, technique, or content.
  • Conflict -- Problem/opposition in a story...creates the dramatic action.
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