Characterization
Irony
Tone, Mood, & foreshadowing
Inference
Subject-Verb & Pronoun Antecedent
100

When the author directly tells readers about a character's traits. 

Direct Characterization

100

The three types of irony are......

Situational, Dramatic, and Verbal

100

Tone comes from the

Author

100

An inference is....

a conclusion based on evidence and reasoning!

100

Subjects and Verbs always have to agree in

NUMBER!

200

When the author shows readers about a character and their personality through the characters speech, thoughts, effects on others, actions, and looks.

Indirect Characterization. 

200

Situational Irony is when.....

Something happens that is the opposite of what is expected to happen. 

(You think one thing is going to happen but then the opposite of what you thought will happen- happens!)

200

Mood comes from 

The audience/ reader

200

Readers can use ________ to figure out what is not directly said!

CLUES!

200

MOBSFEW refers to __________ indefinite pronouns

PLURAL!

300

The following is an example of what kind of characterization?

Mason is a good student.

Direct Characterization!

300

When the reader or audience knows more about the situation than the characters do, it is _________________ irony!

Dramatic!!!

300

Foreshadowing is when the author.....

gives hints or clues as to what is going to happen in the story.

300
What inference can we make about a student who skips class? 

-That they don't want to be in class.

-They might not like the class/teacher they have next

-They might have a test they didnt study for!

etc. all of these are acceptable because we are drawing conclusions based on what we know! 

300
ASMAN refers to both 

SINGULAR AND PLURAL indefinite pronouns

400

Why would an author use direct characterization?

To tell us exactly what they want us to know about them. 

(So we don't have to make guesses about them- we know for sure)

400

The most basic form of verbal irony is......

Sarcasm!!!

(but remember- all sarcasm is verbal irony- but not all verbal irony will be sarcasm)

400

When Laurie calls his father an "old dust mop" this is considered foreshadowing because.....

Charles was rude to his teachers and peers... since Laurie is Charles, he is mirroring the same behavior at home.

400

Inference: Why does Laurie misbehave?

- He could be looking for attention from his peers/ teachers/ or parents

- He thinks it is funny to misbehave! 

- His parents don't teach him that it is wrong

etc. All conclusions that we draw are correct- as long as we are referencing to what we know and our own logic!

400

TBONEE refers to 

SINGULAR 

500

Why would an author use STEAL?

To make the story more engaging and entertaining! Readers are able to make their own inferences about the text and the characters. 

500

Irony is when....

something happens that is not expected.

500

How does the word troublesome attribute to the mood of the story? 

By suggesting that Laurie/Charles is very troublesome at school and at home!

500

How do you make an inference?  ____+___=____

Clues from the text + past knowledge, experience, and logic= an inference. 

500

DAILY DOUBLE:

Name two of the indefinite pronoun acronyms correctly

ASMAN

MOBSF

TBONEE

ASMAN- All, Some, Many, Any, None

MOBSF- Many, Others, Both, Several, Few

TBONEE- Thing, Body, One, Neither, Either, Each

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