This is a set of two PowerPoint presentations. One is a student version that is meant to be printed (I recommend 2 slides per page) and has blanks for students to fill in. The other is the version that the teacher will put on the projector that has all of the notes filled in. It is very easy for the students to see which information goes in their blanks (it's in a different color text) so they will not have any trouble following along. I print these notes all at once and put them in a folder for each student at the beginning of the year. They are not meant to be taught all at one time but rather as you get to each skill in your lessons. Below is a list of the terms included. Most of them have examples as well.
-Figurative language (simile, metaphor, etc.)
-Sound devices (alliteration, onomatopoeia, etc.)
-Point of View
-Character types (round, flat, static, dynamic, protagonist, antagonist)
-Characterization methods (indirect and direct)