By: Carrie Van Tassel
b.Simile-Using like or as to compare something.
c.Metaphor-A sentence NOT using like or as to compare something.
e.Theme-The author's message/ the main idea
1.Biography-When a person writes about the life of another.
2.Autobiography-When a person writes about the life of himself/herself.
3.Memoir-Period of time written in a book.
4.Personal Narrative-One memory written in a book.
5.Diary-A log of someone's life written by them.
Point of View
Tools of Reading
1.Inference-Inference is the conclusion reached on the basis of evidence and reasoning.
a.You infur by looking at your facts and giving a conclusion.It is important,because giving conclusions is very important in books and papers.
b.Three Types of Connections-The three types of nconnections are text-to-text, text-to-self, and text-to-world.Making connections helps you understand what the characters are going through.
c.Main Idea-The main idea helps readers remember important information.A summery is a short piece of writing that narrows the story down to the most important parts.
d.Theme-Theme in fiction is the meaning we are left with after reading a book that is fictional.The main idea helps readers remember what they read in a fictional book.
What Have Leared About Grammer
a.Comparative and Surplative Adjectives-Comparative adjectivies are used to compare the difference between two nouns.Superlative adjectivies are used to compare three or more objects, people, or places.C-That dog is bigger than this one.S-This cat is the smallest of the bunch.
b.Irregular Verbs-Any verbs whose past tense and past participle are not formed by adding -ed, or -d to the present tense, a verb that dose not follow the general rules of inflection.ex. I awoke to the shinning lights this morning
c.Prepositional Phases-A group of words made up of a preposition, it's object and any of the object's modifies.ex. In the middle of the night Iwent to the kiction than back to my room.
d.Simple and Compound Sentences-Simple sentences are one compound sentence. ex. Bob ran into a pole.Compound sentences are 2 independent clauses joined by a comma and a conjuction. ex. Bob ran into a pole, so now he gots a big knot on his head.
e.Subject-Verb Agreement-Verbs must agree with their subjects in person and number. ex. The girl went to the jump rope and stared to jump over the rope.