Characterization / Conflict
- Characterization is the development of the characters in a story. Conflict is the struggle that a character must overcome.
- Figurative language refers to the figures of speech an author uses to add to or clarify the meaning of writing.
- The events that occur in a story make up the plot, or story line. The plots of most stories have five parts.
Theme, Setting, Mood
- Theme is the central idea or lesson about life that an author conveys.
- Setting is where and when a story's action takes place.
- Mood is the feeling a reader gets from a story.
Dimensions: 22"H x 17"W
Grade Level: 4-9
- 4 Posters
- 4 Reproducible activity sheets
- Teacher's guide
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