Literary Texts Informational Texts Vocabulary Figuartive Language & Poetry Writing

100

What is the setting?
The location and time in which a story takes place.

100

What is the glossary?
A list of words and definitions.

100

What is a synonym?
A word that means almost the same thing.

100

What is a simile?
"The tiny white flowers dotted the morning mountainside like patches of snow" is an example of this.

100

What is a narrative?
A piece of writing that tells a story. It has characters, settings, and a plot.

200

What is dialogue?
This is when a character is talking.

200

What is a diagram?
A picture that includes labels of certain parts.

200

What is an antonym?
A word that means the opposite.

200

What is a metaphor?
"The stars were candles guiding the weary travelers" is an example of this.

200

What is persuasive writing?
This type of writing convinces the reader to do something or to agree with something.

300

What is the cast of characters?
This is the list of people in a play.

300

What is chronological order?
A passage that is explained in order of when the events happened uses this text structure.

300

What is a thesaurus?
This reference lists synonyms for words.

300

What is a hyperbole?
"This cat weights a ton" is an example of this.

300

What is informational or nonfiction writing?
This type of writing provides facts and explains something.

400

What is the turning point?
This is the part of the story when the suspense peaks and the problem is solved.

400

What is a bibliography?
This is at the end of an article and it lists the sources the author used to write the passage.

400

What is a prefix?
When this is added to the beginning of a root word, it makes a new word and chenges the meaning of the word.

400

What is personification?
"Storm clouds threatened to flood the wheat fields in the Midwestern region" is an example of this.

400

What is a complex sentence?
"After we went outside, we ate lunch" is an example of this type of sentence.

500

What is theme?
This is the deeper meaning or the insight the story teaches about life.

500

What is the last paragraph or conclusion
The paragraph that usually reemphasizes and summarizes the main idea in an informational passage.

500

What are homophones?
Words that sound the same but have different spellings and different meanings.

500

What is imagery?
"Rain drummed a steady tempo on the roof" is an example of this.

500

What is a fragment or a dependent clause?
"Because she broke her arm" is an example of this.

CRCT Review--5th grade Reading/ELA

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