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.

Sensory Language

Sensory Language is the use of details from your five senses to add detail to the writing. Some examples are : I can hear the popcorn being popped. I can smell the butter from the popcorn. I can see the popcorn being popped. I feel the soft popcorn. I taste the buttery and salty popcorn.

L a n g u a g e A r t s

Plot Development

Plot Development is a term used to describe the event that make up the main part of a story. Plot Development contains : Exposition, Rising Action, Climax, Falling Action, and Resolution.

Character Development

Character Development is the way the reader seems to learn more about the character as they develop. Some traits that may change from the begging to end are the character's Thoughts, Actions, Physical Appearance, and Likes and Dislikes.

5W's

The 5W's are Who, What, When, Where, Why, and How.

Who-Who is in the story? What-What is happening in the story? When-When the story takes place. Where-Where is the story takes place? Why-Why is the story happening? How-How are the events of the story occurring?

Outline

An Outline is used to think about and organize your paper. Your outline usually contains sentences about your Introduction Paragraph, Body Paragraph, and Conclusion.

Brainstorming

Brainstorming is when you think of topics to write about or points to make your topic or paper about. When brainstorming you usually write down all your ideas on paper and try to connect them to the main topic.