Elements of Fiction
Plot
Parts of Speech
Point of View
Mystery
100

This is where a story takes place

What is SETTING

100
The introduction of a story where we learn about characters and setting

What is the exposition

100

This describes a noun

What is an adjective

100

The narrator is a part of the story and tells it from their point of view.

What is FIRST PERSON

100

This point of view lets readers know one character's thoughts and feelings

What is third person limited

200

The people that are in a story

What are the characters

200

The highest point of the story and the turning point

What is climax

200

This is a person, place, and thing

What is a noun

200

A handbook of directions is an example of this point of view

What is SECOND PERSON

200

This is a conversation between characters

What is dialogue

300

A person outside of the story that tells what is happening

What is a narrator

300

The conflict begins to be resolved and things change for the character

What is the falling action

300

This is an action word

What is a verb

300

We can see pronouns like HE, SHE, IT, THEY, THEM

What is THIRD PERSON

300

This describes the characters and uses adjectives

What is a character trait

400

Another term for Main Idea

What is Central Idea

400

The end of the story where the reader feels like there is closure

What is the resolution

400

This tells us how, when, where, or how much. Sometimes it ends in an -ly.

What is an adverb

400

This means we only know one character's feelings about a situation.

What is THIRD PERSON LIMITED

400

This is a life lesson or moral of a story

What is the theme

500

The problem in the story

What is conflict

500

This part of the plot comes after the conflict

What is the falling action

500

This tells where objects are

What is a preposition

500

This means ALL KNOWING and we can understand multiple characters' thoughts and feelings

What is  THIRD PERSON OMNISCIENT

500
This uses details from the text plus background knowledge to draw conclusions

What is an inference

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