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100

What is a plot? 

Centers a problem children can relate to.

100

How many pages do board books have?

6-12 pages

100

Why is style of language important to picture books?

Space is limited

200

Why are predictable books good for young learners?

They can't read yet, so knowing what will happen with pictures helps.


200

What is a picture storybook?

Tells a story and contains the traditional elements of narrative: setting, characterization, plot, theme, and style of writing.

200

 What is one characteristic of Representational Art?

literal realistic pictures of characters, objects, and events

300

What are board books made of?

Sturdy cardboard

300

 What are wordless books?

illustrations tell the whole story

300

What is one characteristic of Surrealistic?

 suggest an attitude of mockery about conventionalities, composed of images that you would experience in a nightmare

400

What is one characteristic of Impressionistic Art?

 emphasizes light and color, creating a fleeting impression of reality, they may break an image into many bits of color, merges to create images

400

 What is one characteristic of Folk art and Naive art?

 express cultural group, exaggerated reality represents culture, unsophisticated but it's purposeful

400

What is one characteristic of Outline Style?

 cartoon art, emphasizes line and reduces features to simplified shape, comics, political cartoons

500

what are graphic novels?

a unique combination of art, text, and design

500

What is a cumulative story? 

Each time a new event occurs, all previous events in the story are repeated

500

The definition of nonfiction is?

Books of information or fact

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