Vocabulary
Poetry
Nonfiction
The Lightning Thief
Drama
100

Words that have the same meaning.

Synonym

100

A row of words (just one line).

Line

100

The who or the what a passage plus the most important information about the who or the what.

Main idea.

100

Whats the name of the satyr Percy has as a friend.

Grover.

100

A play. It is meant to be performed on stage for an audience.

Drama.

200

A word part that is added to the beginning of a word.Ex: (re- and pre-)

Prefix.

200

The use of words with similar end sounds.

Rhyme.

200

The bits and pieces of information that support the main idea.

Details.

200

What was the first monster Percy fought.

Fury.

200

The author of a play.

Playwright.

300

Words that are opposites.

Antonym.

300

The person who wrote the poem.

Poet

300

A statement of the author's point of view.

Author's claim.

300

How old was Annabeth when she got to camp half blood.

She was 7 years old

300

A long speech by one single character to other characters.

Monologue.

400

A word part that is added to the end of a word.Ex:(ed- or ly)

Suffix.

400

The use of a word that sounds like the word they describe.Ex:(Boom,buzz,kapow).

onomatopoeia

400

The use details,facts and evidence form a text to come to a new understanding about a topic or idea.

Draw conclusions.

400

Who did Percy decapitate.

Aunt. Em (medusa).

400

Is lighter drama which is amusing and ends well.

Comedy.

500

Using other words in the sentence or passage to help determine the meaning of an unknown word.

Context clues.

500

The use of the same word or phrase over and over.

(Helps the reader focus on the speaker's main point.

Rhyme scheme.

500

A statement that many people assume to be true,however it is still an opinion even though many people agree with it. (Ex:the key to a successful career is spending more time at work than others do.)

Common place Assertion.

500

What was the name of Percy's mom.

Sally.

500

A long speech delivered by a character who is alone on stage (typically reveals the private thoughts of a character).

Soliloquies.

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