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    Analogy: A comparison between two things to make the less familiar clear to the reader and to have a better understanding of it.
    
    {analogy.png} Although it may be self spoken, this is
    an analogy because it is comparing objects
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  2. page 2nd Hour 10A edited ... For the most painfully obvious example, Romeo and Juliet. You know that Romeo and Juliet are g…
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    For the most painfully obvious example, Romeo and Juliet. You know that Romeo and Juliet are going to kill themselves at the end, and it's going to be a tragedy, but the characters are unaware. Another well known, but also painfully obvious example is The Diary of Ann Frank. You know before you read it the Frank family is captured and found, but you still read the story.
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    murder scene. When you watch the movie
    you know something bad is going to happen to the main character, of course she doesn't.

    Hyperbole: Extreme exaggeration of an adjective.
    What am I - unknown author
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    “Kind, intelligent, loving and hot,
    this describes everything you’re not.”
    Taylor K., Mauriona D., Leon H., Daniel I., Alysia B.
    1. Personification- when a object, animal, or idea is given human characteristics.Ex. Spongebob, a talking sponge
    2. Plot- a sequence of actions in a storyEx. the story
    3. Point of view- the narrator's perspective of the story1st person- the narrator is a character in the story (Using: I, am, me, ect.)Ex. Bella in the book twilight
    3rd person limited- narrator focuses on one at that time in the storyEx. Elena in the book vampire diaries
    3rd person omniscient- narrator talks about every character in the storyEx. Winter Santiaga “The Coldest Winter Ever"
    4. Protagonist- the "good guy"/ "hero" of the storyEx. Mr. Krabs vs. Plankton
    5. Rising Action- the events/actions leading to the climax.Ex. The beginning of the story to the middle of the story. Or when ever the story’s suspense rises, usually when the mystery music starts.
    6. Satire- foolish ideas or words are ridiculedLike: "That has nothing to do with the subject"
    7. Sensory Detail- describing something using your sensesLike: "The rug is napping" or "It smells like flower"

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    “Kind, intelligent, loving and hot,
    this describes everything you’re not.”
    Taylor K., Mauriona D., Leon H., Daniel I., Alysia B.
    1. Personification- when a object, animal, or idea is given human characteristics.Ex. Spongebob, a talking sponge
    2. Plot- a sequence of actions in a storyEx. the story
    3. Point of view- the narrator's perspective of the story1st person- the narrator is a character in the story (Using: I, am, me, ect.)Ex. Bella in the book twilight
    3rd person limited- narrator focuses on one at that time in the storyEx. Elena in the book vampire diaries
    3rd person omniscient- narrator talks about every character in the storyEx. Winter Santiaga “The Coldest Winter Ever"
    4. Protagonist- the "good guy"/ "hero" of the storyEx. Mr. Krabs vs. Plankton
    5. Rising Action- the events/actions leading to the climax.Ex. The beginning of the story to the middle of the story. Or when ever the story’s suspense rises, usually when the mystery music starts.
    6. Satire- foolish ideas or words are ridiculedLike: "That has nothing to do with the subject"
    7. Sensory Detail- describing something using your sensesLike: "The rug is napping" or "It smells like flower"

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    Mood: Is the feeling the author creates for the reader
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    Motivation: Is the driving force by which humans achieve their goals
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    Main Idea- Is the point of the story
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NRgzO35GpkI&feature=player_detailpage
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  5. page 2nd Hour 10A edited ... (especially Spongebob) , there would be no show. That my friend, is why they are round charac…
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    (especially Spongebob) , there would be no show.
    That my friend, is why they are round characters.
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    Flashback: A vision that happened earlier in the story, or novel.
    

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    Flat__:Flat: Characters that
    That guy screaming, “My leg!”? The show could
    still go on without him, (even though it wouldn’t
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    Each like a corpse within its grave,until
    - This part of this specific poem allows you to picture what the writer is trying to describe.
    Situational irony: difference between what's expected to happen and what really happens
    In The Wizard of Oz, Dorothy, the Scarecrow, the Tinman, and thw Lion think that the wizard is a very powerful and intelligent person, but in the end they find out that he's an idiot an a phony.
    Irony: when you expect one thing to happen but the opposite happens.
    I had the man I wanted forever,
    we were in the park when he pulled the lever.
    "He wanted to take it to the next stage
    so he pulled out a ring and I got engaged.
    Next he said “I love you dear,”
    that’s when it became so clear.
    Me and him, its who we are,
    together forever, like the moon and the stars.
    “Right back at you” I said with a grin,
    then he leaned over and kissed my chin.
    This is the part I remember so well,
    when he turned his head and started to yell,
    “Kind, intelligent, loving and hot,
    this describes everything you’re not.”

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    (especially Spongebob) , there would be no show.
    That my friend, is why they are round characters.
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    Flashback: A vision that happened earlier in the story, or novel.
    

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    Flat:Flat__: Characters that
    That guy screaming, “My leg!”? The show could
    still go on without him, (even though it wouldn’t
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    Man vs. Nature: Character vs. Element of Nature or Natural Disaster Ex] Harry vs. the Forbidden Forest and the fear of dying.
    Man vs. Fate:Man vs. The storyline that the author writes. Ex] In the last movie, Harry finnaly confronts his fate with Voldemort.
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    Group 3 – Kristina, Amy, Amela, Liz, & Mikayla
    Dialect - The vocabulary that is native to a specific group of people.
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    Ex:When Jesus fasted for forty days and forty nights.
    Group 2
    Mitch,Brian,Christian,Ian,Danny,Jenny,Mitch, Brian, Christian, Ian, Danny, Jenny
    EXAMPLES.
    Characterization: The way a character acts, appears, and is decribed. Ex]
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