3rd Six Weeks Overview
Advanced Language Arts! By: Kylee Barnes
Point Of View
In a story there are different forms of point of views. The two forms are First Person and Third Person. First person is when the author is telling the story and uses words like I, me, my, we, ours, and us. Third person is when a narrator is telling the story and uses the words he, she, him, her, they, them, and their.
Mood is the way the reader feels when reading a story. Some examples of are : happy, embarrassed, confused, angry, and sad, etc.
Setting in a story is when and where the story takes place. Examples of setting are : 2015, Hollywood, etc.
Hook Statement is the first one-two sentences of the story. After reading this the reader decides if wants to keep reading or not. An example of a good hook statement is : Those were the last words she said.