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Literary Elements Glossary

The Mrs Bs
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6th - 10th
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3 pages
The Mrs Bs
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Provide your students with a clear reference handout for the basic literary element definitions, including plot structure, theme, point of view, conflict, character types, main characters, characterization, foreshadowing, symbolism, irony, and figurative language. This handout will complement a variety of texts and activities!

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Interested in providing feedback to students that includes concise, specific commentary? Check out S.T.A.R. Gradebook Comments Organized by Category and Student Progress! Perfect for grade reports and student records!
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