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6th Grade Semester 1 Review

Words with similar meanings
Figurative language used to create word pictures
Events that give a reader background information needed to understand a story
Explanation of the way the facts, details, and/or examples in a paragraph or essay support the topic sentence
A sentence that states the main idea of a paragraph
A third-person point of view in which the narrator is all-knowing
Designed to get a readers attention in an introduction
Words or information that appeal to the five senses
The turning point or the high point of a story
In writing, evidence, facts, examples, that support the topic sentence
Words with opposite meanings
Quotations, summaries, or paraphrases from text passages to support a position
A struggle between opposing forces
A logical guess or conclusion based on prior experience
Major events that develop the plot of a story and lead to the climax
A type of literature
Conversation between characters
To combine elements from different sources to create, express, or support a new idea
The process of evaluating a written piece to improve coherence and use of language
A comparison between two unlike things, using words like or as
Words or phrases that connect ideas, details or events in writing
The sequence of related events that make up a story or novel
The methods a writer uses to develop characters; for example, through description, actions and dialogue
The suggested or implied meaning or emotion associated with a word
The central idea, message or purpose of a literary work
Clues or hints signaling events that will occur later in the plot
A secondary plot that occurs along with a main plot
A person or animal that takes part in the action of a literary work
The perspective from which a story is told
To identify differences in two or more items
To identify similarities in two or more items
An initial action; an event that makes something else happen