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Author: Taylor Catherine
Keywords: , , , , , , online teaching

0. Direct Characterization
1. Dialogue
2. External Conflict
3. Antagonist
4. First Person
5. Protagonist
6. Falling Action
7. Tone
8. Setting
9. Foreshadowing
10. Exposition
11. Complication
12. Rising Action
13. Characterization
14. Static
15. Dynamic

0. character vs. character, vs. society, or vs. nature
1. attitude a writer takes toward the audience, subject, or a character
2. character who changes as a result of the events of the story
3. a conversation between two or more characters
4. the intended reader of a literary work
5. a character is telling the story; uses pronouns like “I,” “me,” and “we”
6. truth and lesson about life in literature or poem
7. last part of the story; loose ends of the plot are tied up; the story is closed
8. the process of revealing the personality of a character in a story
9. time and place in which the events of a work of literature take place
10. person telling a story or a poem; narrative can be fiction or nonfiction
11. interruption in the action of a plot to tell what happened at an earlier time
12. author gives info about character through what he says, thinks, feels, does
13. struggle in character’s mind - needs, desires, emotions; character vs. self
14. events leading up to the climax; where the conflicts are developed
15. question answered; problem solved; most exciting point