Parts of
Speech
Correct Spelling
Figurative Language
Miscellaneous
Plot Diagram
100

This word's part of speech: connects words, phrases or clauses.

conjunction
100

I went (to, two, too) the store (to, two, too).

I went to the store too.

100

Sally sells sea shells by the sea shore.

Alliteration

100

The way that you feel about the book when reading. 

Mood

100

Leads to the climax.

Rising action

200

This word describes an action. Its what you do.

verb

200

(Their, There, They're) going to the zoo tomorrow.

They're going to the zoo tomorrow.

200

Meg was as quiet as a mouse.

simile

200

Words that help us figure out unknown words in a sentence.

Context clues


200

End of the story.

Resolution

300

This names a special person, place, thing, or idea, and it must be capitalized.

proper noun

300

Please (pore, pour, poor) me another glass of lemonade.

Please pour me another glass of lemonade.

300

Small crowd, Pretty ugly

Oxymoron

300

The way the author wants their work to feel.

Tone

300

Takes place after the story's climax.

Falling action

400

This word's part of speech: glossy

adjective

400

Your dog is bigger (than, then) my dog.

Your dog is bigger than my dog.

400

Gary has a chip on his shoulder.

idiom

400

To hint that something is going to happen.

Foreshadowing

400

The highest point of tension in the story.

climax

500

This word's part of speech: describes verbs

adverb

500

(Your/You're) running to catch the bus.

You're running to catch the bus.

500

Franklin's personality is gold.

metaphor

500

The author uses this to give the writer a clear picture in their head

imagery

500

The introduction of the character, setting, and mood of the story.

Exposition

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