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Creative Writing/Literature Semester Vocab PowerPoint *See Also: Lists & Quizzes

Creative Writing/Literature Semester Vocab PowerPoint *See Also: Lists & Quizzes
Creative Writing/Literature Semester Vocab PowerPoint *See Also: Lists & Quizzes
Creative Writing/Literature Semester Vocab PowerPoint *See Also: Lists & Quizzes
Creative Writing/Literature Semester Vocab PowerPoint *See Also: Lists & Quizzes
Creative Writing/Literature Semester Vocab PowerPoint *See Also: Lists & Quizzes
Creative Writing/Literature Semester Vocab PowerPoint *See Also: Lists & Quizzes
Creative Writing/Literature Semester Vocab PowerPoint *See Also: Lists & Quizzes
Creative Writing/Literature Semester Vocab PowerPoint *See Also: Lists & Quizzes
Product Description
This PowerPoint accompanies my Creative Writing & Literature Semester Vocabulary Lists & Quizzes file- is a complete course of vocabulary for Creative Writing or English (writing-based).

There are 8 units:
--The Writing Process (Prewriting, drafting, revising, editing, publishing)

--The 6 Traits (Ideas, organization, voice, word choice, sentence fluency, conventions)

--Smiley-Face Tricks (Magic 3, figurative language, specific details, repetition, expanded moment, anecdote, hyphenated modifier, full circle ending)

--Characterization (Archetype, antagonist, protagonist, nemesis, doppelganger, foil, indirect/direct characterization, round vs. flat, static vs. dynamic)

--Elements of Fiction (Genres, plot map, order, flashback, foreshadowing, setting, character types, characterization, point of view, conflict, irony, cliff hanger, suspense, style, tone, mood, motif, symbol, theme)

--Language Tricks (Anagram, aphorism, apostrophe, Circumlocution/Periphrasis, connotation, denotation, diction, emulation, epithet, euphemism, hyperbation, kennings, malapropism, spoonerism, stream of consciousness, syntax, understatement, vernacular)

--Drama (Drama, plot, character, theme, point of view, soliloquy, aside, monologue, dialogue, chorus, irony- verbal, dramatic, situational, tragedy, tragic flaw, tragic fall, hubris, hamartia, epiphany, catharsis, comedy, melodrama, farce, act, scene, cast of characters, stage directions, props)

--Figurative Language & Poetry (Analogy- simile, metaphor, personification/anthropomorphism, hyperbole, oxymoron, paradox, pun, onomatopoeia, imagery, synesthesia, alliteration, assonance, consonance, internal rhyme, rhyme scheme, rhythm, verse, stanza)

**Accompanying Lists & Quizzes are also available in my TpT store. If you buy that package, please email me and I will send you the PowerPoint for free.

**As always, if you have any questions about this product, please feel free to contact me :)
Total Pages
117 pages
Answer Key
Does not apply
Teaching Duration
N/A
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