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LITERARY TEXTS THEME AND GENRE LITERARY POETIC DEVICES IN SPEECHES POEMS AND OTHER. LITERARY TEXTS, GENRE There are three major categories of genres group or text with. similar characteristics Fiction Non Fiction Poetry Drama Fiction Non TECHNIQUES DEVICES Analyze passages in well known speeches. Fiction can be further broken down into sub genres or sub categories literary works for the author s use of literary devices and word and phrase. choice e g aphorisms epigraphs to appeal to the audience. FICTION LITERARY NON FICTION INFORMATIONAL, GENRES GENRES TECHNIQUE DESCRIPTION. Imagery I The author s use of sensory language 5 senses creates. Short Story Expository mental pictures in reader s minds. Fable Persuasive Idiom I A set expression of two or more words that means. Fairy tale Autobiography something other than the literal meanings of its. Fantasy Biography individual words Does not mean what is says At the. Drama Essay end of my rope, Folklore or Folktale Newspaper Articles Irony I The actual intent is expresses in words which carry the. opposite meaning Situational Dramatic Verbal, Historical Fiction Speech. Simile S Comparison of unlike things that uses like as or than. Horror Informational Her smile was as wide as the vast sky. Mystery Narrative Symbolism S Something that is simultaneously itself and a sign of. Legend Technical Procedural something else Such as cold and darkness are symbols. Mythology Myth Textbook of death, Science Fiction Encyclopedia Hyperbole H A figure of speech in which exaggeration is used for.
Realistic Fiction Media emphasis or effect an extravagant statement. My teacher assigned a ton of homework, Adventure Memoir The repetition of an initial consonant sound as in a. Alliteration A, Tall tale Cookbook peck of pickled peppers. Mystery Magazine Articles Metaphor M A trope or figure of speech in which an implied comparison. is made between two unlike things that actually have. THEME Analyze literary works that share similar themes across cultures something in common without using like as or than I. Theme is the text s underlying message or idea the moral or life lesson was lost in a sea of nameless faces. learned usually not stated but implied through character s thoughts Mood M The overall feelings or atmosphere created by a work of. actions or images different texts can share a similar theme literature Influenced by the setting characters and their. Here is a few common themes actions Writers use adjectives to describe mood. Reader audience centered, Human beings all have the same basic needs Personification A trope or figure of speech in which an inanimate object. The importance of family P or abstraction is given human qualities or abilities. Man struggles against nature The rock flew down the cliff like a maniac. Oxymoron O A figure of speech in which incongruous or seemingly. contradictory terms appear side by side a compressed. paradox It was a bitter sweet ending, Onomatopoeia The formation of a word as cuckoo meow honk or. O boom by imitation of a sound made by or associated. with its referent bang ring rang boom, Flashback An interruption in the sequence of events to relate events.
that occurred in the past, Foreshadowing The use of clues to hint at events that will occur later in. Repetition Repeated words or phrases Example we allowed. them to dress us in prison clothes we allowed them to. put us in solitary confinement we allowed them, Rhyme The occurrence of the same or similar sounds at the end. of two or more words, Rhyme The rhyme patterns in a poem can be analyzed by using. Scheme letters at the end of lines to denote similar vowel sounds. Example ABAB, Tone The attitude a write author poet takes towards the. subject character or reader To recognize tone look for. author s choice of words Creates MOOD Author writer. LITERARY TEXT PLOT IN FICTION LITERARY TEXT CHARACTERS IN FICTION. FICTION Analyze linear plot developments e g conflict rising action CENTRAL CHARACTERS analyze how the central character s qualities. falling action resolution subplots to determine whether and how influence the theme of a fictional work and resolution of the central conflict. conflicts are resolved, PLOT The events action that makes up a story with a beginning a EXAMPLE In Lois Lowry s The Giver the story of Jonas s development.
middle and an end They move from one place or event to another in into an individual maturing from a child dependent upon his community into. order to form a pattern usually with the purpose of overcoming a a young man with unique abilities dreams and desires Theme of Importance. conflict of the individual and uniqueness, CHARACTER QUALITIES. Protagonist Is the central person in a story and is often referred to as. the story s main character He or she or they is faced. with a conflict that must be resolved, Antagonist Is the character s or situation that represents the. opposition against which the protagonist must contend. EXPOSITION Introduces the character setting and problem s In other words the antagonist is an obstacle that the. Example Introduction to the Finch family s history background protagonist must overcome. information about Maycomb and its newest arrival Dill later we learn Major or Characters that are vital to the development and. how Arthur Radley comes to be known as Boo Later Miss Maudie is Central resolution of the conflict. introduced along with other neighbors of the Finches Minor Serve to complement the major characters and help. characters move the plot events forward, RISING ACTION The series of events that build up and create Dynamic Is a person who changes over time usually as a result. tension and suspense Example The children s attempts to make of resolving a central conflict or facing a major crisis. contact with Boo including the Radley Game the raid on the Radley s Static Is someone who does not change over time his or her. back porch the gifts found in the secret knothole and Boo s presence on personality does not transform or evolve. the night of Miss Maudie s house fire Round Is anyone who has a complex personality he or she is. often portrayed as a conflicted and contradictory person. CLIMAX The Turning Point of the story the most exciting or Flat Flat Character is the opposite of a round character This. intense part of a story or drama Example Miss Maudie s house burns literary personality is notable for one kind of. down and Atticus discovers the blanket placed upon Scout s shoulders personality trait or characteristic. realizing it was Boo who put it on her Jem reveals all of their secret. activities to Atticus and both of the children realize that Boo s acts of. LITERARY TEXT POINT OF VIEW IN FICTION, kindness are not those of an evil man NARRATOR S POINT OF VIEW Analyze different forms of point of view. including limited versus omniscient subjective versus objective. FALLING ACTION The action shifts away from Boo Radley and. begins to introduce elements of the upcoming trial of Tom Robinson A NARRATOR a person who narrates an account or tells the story of events. Atticus s killing of the mad dog shows evidence of Atticus s past experiences In other words the voice behind the work the author s point of. view standpoint affects how information is revealed to the reader. marksmanship and killing skills deadly skills that he will be forced to. implement in a much different manner during his verbal assaults on Bob. and Mayella Ewell during the trial, POINT OF DESCRIPTION.
RESOLUTION Jem s maturity and the change that is about to occur VIEW. within the Finch family The false illusions surrounding Boo at the end First person Uses words like I me my we etc narrator is a. author Harper Lee turns to another character who has been misunderstood Main Participant character usually the protagonist subjective knowledge. by the children Mrs Dubose Both of the children get another lesson that of the story. people are not always what they seem Third person Uses he she they etc. an outside 1 Omniscient all knowing Godlike Is able to reveal. CHARACTERIZATION How characters are revealed through the Observer subjective and objective information about multiple. author s descriptions of what they say do and think Direct Indirect characters. Think STEAL Speech Thoughts Effect on Others Actions Looks 2 Limited one person s perspective The narrator has. no subjective knowledge of any of the other characters. CONFLICT or PROBLEM Internal Conflict takes place within a limited to one or two. character Example a character struggles with his or her conscience. External Conflict is a struggle between a character and an outside force EXAMPLE Third Person Limited. such as another character nature society machine or technology The Giver by Lois Lowry It was almost December and Jonas was beginning to. be frightened No Wrong word Jonas thought Frightened was the way he had. felt a year ago when an unidentified aircraft had over flown the community twice. man vs man man vs self man vs nature man vs society man vs. machine man vs technology man vs fate, EXAMPLE Third Person Omniscient. Tuck Everlasting by Natalie Babbitt At dawn Mae Tuck set out on her horse. for the wood at the edge of the village of Treegap She was going there as she did. once every ten years to meet her two sons Miles and Jesse and she was feeling at. ease At noon time Winnie Foster whose family owned the Treegap wood lost. her patience at last and decided to think about running away. LITERARY TEXT DRAMA TECHNIQUES INFORMATIONAL TEXTS Author s Purpose. DRAMA Analyze how different playwrights characterize their AUTHOR S PURPOSE PIE Analyze works written on the same. protagonists and antagonists through the dialogue and staging of topic and compare how the authors achieved similar or different. their plays Playwrights use dramatic conventions to develop the purposes. play s characters, P PERSUASDE, DRAMA A Play intended to be performed in front of an I INFORM. audience Uses dramatic conventions to move the play s action E ENTERTAIN EXPLAIN. PLAYWRIGHT the writer of the play, PROTAGONIST main character action revolves around him EXAMPLE Two articles of Martin Luther King Jr share the same topic. or her usually experiences a conflict and is often a hero King s life One author s purpose is to inform the reader about how. ANTAGONIST character who opposes the protagonist King spearheaded the Civil Rights Movement in the United States The. CONFLICT is a struggle or clash between opposing second author s purpose is to explain King s persona and principles. characters or forces, COMEDY is a play that ends happily The plot usually. INFORMATIONAL TEXTS PERSUASIVE TEXTS, centers on a romantic conflict Humor comes from the dialogue.
and situations CONCLUSIONS TEXT EVIDENCE Compare and contrast. TRAGEDY a play that ends unhappily and deal with serious persuasive texts that reached different conclusions about the same. themes such as life death or right wrong issue and explain how the authors reached their conclusions through. analyzing the evidence each presents Persuasion influences people s. CONVENTION DESCRIPTION choices, Cast of A list of characters presented before the. Characters action begins Relevance Evidence that has direct pertinent bearing to the. Characterization Is the playwright s technique for creating author s position conclusion. believable characters direct indirect Credibility Evidence is believable or worth of trust. Dialogue Conversation between or among characters considering the bias and the reliability of the source where. Everything on stage such as the positioning it was obtained. of furniture and characters the set serves as a Quality Evidence is important distinct worthy and vital. visual so that the audience can understand to support the author s position conclusion. Stage Directions Are a playwright s written instructions about Current The information being given is current and not. how the actors are to move facial outdated, expressions how to speak a line how to. behave etc They appear inside EXAMPLE Two authors draw different conclusions on the same. brackets and are italicized issue of whether or not to support the Dream Act The table below. Act A division of the play much like chapters in a compares some of the textual evidence provided by both sides After. novel reading facts information readers will determine the relevance. credibility quality and most up to date information to draw a. Scene A division of an act into smaller parts, conclusion. Staging The stages visual details, Stages Thrust audience surrounds the stage on three. sides Round audience surrounds all sides, Proscenium opening arch audience sits on.
one side looking into the action, Props Props is short for properties are items that. the characters carry or handle onstage, LITERARY TEXT SKILLS SUMMARY PARAPHRASE AND ORGANIZATIONAL PATTERNS AND INFERENCES IN. SYNTHESIS CONT D EXPOSITORY TEXTS, PHARAPHRASE Restating text in one s own words the main ORGANIZATIONAL PATTERNS Make subtle inferences and draw. idea or essential information expressed in a text whether it be complex conclusions about the ideas in text and their organizational. narration dialogue or informational text Does not include original patterns The structure organization of a text are chronological cause and. effect comparison and contrast problem and solution or listing To find the. 7th GRADE STAAR READING STUDY GUIDE VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT ROOTS AFFIXES verb look The floor function rounds down rounds is a verb action VOCABULARY DEVELOPMENT CONTEXT CLUES Signal Transition words such as because such as also like unlike and however show relationships such as cause effect example and or compare contrast 1 Sometimes a sentence will provide an EXAMPLE that

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