Textual Evidence
Narrative Elements
Main Idea and Supporting Details
100
What a writer uses as proof to support their ideas in a text; these provide clues to intent, meaning, and context.



What is textual evidence?

100

The time and place of the story.

What is setting?

100

One word that describes what the text is about.

What is topic?

200
Conclusion that the reader draws based on evidence in the text combined with reasoning.



What is an inference?

200
The author's attitude toward the subject they are conveying.



What is tone?

200

What is one sentence that explains what is being said about the topic.

What is main idea?

300
Ideas or pieces of information that KIND OF connects with the main idea, but are beginning to veer off topic.



What is an outlier?

300

The perspective from which the story is told.

What is point of view?

300

Specific examples, pieces of information, or evidence that connect to and help support the main idea.

What is supporting details?

400

Ideas/details that are directly stated in the text.

What is explicit evidence?

400

The types of conflict.

What is man vs. man, man vs. self, man vs. society, and man vs. nature?

400

Ideas or pieces of the information that KIND OF connect with the main idea, but are beginning to veer off topic.

What is an outlier?

500
Measure of how credible textual evidence is.



What is weight?

500

The correct order of plot.

What is exposition, initial incident, rising action, climax, falling action, and resolution?

500

The correct order when it comes main idea/supporting details.

What is Subject---> Main Idea ---> Supporting Details?
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