Sentence Starter Stems Author’s PurposeSentence Starter Stems Author’s Purpose
I predict that the author’s purpose is to inform, entertain, persuade because
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Literary Terms for Fiction (Analyzing Literature) plotLiterary Terms for Fiction (Analyzing Literature) plot
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Diocese of des moines language artsDiocese of des moines language arts
Standard 1: The student will apply the general skills and strategies of the reading process
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Amaya Sawyers abc eog booklet a alliterationAmaya Sawyers abc eog booklet a alliteration
Alliteration-the repetition of the initial consonant sound in words that are close together
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Grade 6 ela ccgps unit plan: 1st 9 weeksGrade 6 ela ccgps unit plan: 1st 9 weeks
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Vocabulary: ShudderVocabulary: Shudder
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Project glad beaverton School District Weather Grade 2 idea pages I. Unit themeProject glad beaverton School District Weather Grade 2 idea pages I. Unit theme
Realia: thermometer, rain gauge, anemometer, wind gauge, wind sock, weather vane, barometer, hygrometer, lightening machine, tiny tornado, prism, assorted weather related clothing accessories
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Fourth Grade sol testFourth Grade sol test
This summer, Chris and Kim are planning on spending three weeks with grandparents in Florida
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Using Technology to Facilitate Connections between Literacy and the Broader CommunityUsing Technology to Facilitate Connections between Literacy and the Broader Community
Task prepared for the project “Using Technology to Facilitate Connections between Literacy and the Broader Community” (2014)
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Chronological orderChronological order
Ask yourself questions that require you to use skill of sequencing in order to form an answer. Be sure you are able to prove your answer by showing pages, pictures, etc… within the story (text)
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Exposition (Introduction): Rising Action (includes conflict): ClimaxExposition (Introduction): Rising Action (includes conflict): Climax
Falling action: results of the climax and previous decisions
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Study Guide for \"Cinderella\" Test \"Aschenputtel\"Study Guide for "Cinderella" Test "Aschenputtel"
What does Aschenputtel’s stepmother do to keep Aschenputtel from going to the festival?
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From Sea to Shining Sea: Arizona, Dennis Brindell Fradin. Childrens Press, Chicago
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Literary analysis: elements of a storyLiterary analysis: elements of a story
It can also provide important background. (This is especially important in historical fiction.) Occasionally a setting is used to symbolize an important theme of the story. In some works of literature
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Short Story Unit: Literary Terms plot – the sequence of events in a story; “what happens” expositionShort Story Unit: Literary Terms plot – the sequence of events in a story; “what happens” exposition
Climax – also known as the “turning point”; the critical point in the story that changes the course of events
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