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Literature, Non-Fiction, Writing, Grammar Reference Sheets {6th, 7th, 8th CCSS}

Literature, Non-Fiction, Writing, Grammar Reference Sheets {6th, 7th, 8th CCSS}
Literature, Non-Fiction, Writing, Grammar Reference Sheets {6th, 7th, 8th CCSS}
Literature, Non-Fiction, Writing, Grammar Reference Sheets {6th, 7th, 8th CCSS}
Literature, Non-Fiction, Writing, Grammar Reference Sheets {6th, 7th, 8th CCSS}
Literature, Non-Fiction, Writing, Grammar Reference Sheets {6th, 7th, 8th CCSS}
Literature, Non-Fiction, Writing, Grammar Reference Sheets {6th, 7th, 8th CCSS}
Literature, Non-Fiction, Writing, Grammar Reference Sheets {6th, 7th, 8th CCSS}
Literature, Non-Fiction, Writing, Grammar Reference Sheets {6th, 7th, 8th CCSS}
Product Description
This resource is perfect if you need some quick sheets for students to reference when doing any grammar or language, literature, or non-fiction activities in your 6th, 7th, or 8th grade ELA classroom.
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This resource is part of a bundle with my ELA Personal Reference Cards for Middle School ELA
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The resource comes in 22 black and white pages and 22 color pages so you can choose what works for your classroom. I made 5 copies of each color page, laminated the, put them on a ring hook, and whole punched them in the corner. This makes it so each of my 5 classroom tables has their own set of reference sheets when are doing our mentor sentences, grammar lessons, or reviewing.

This resource has 200+ definitions in 12 different categories.

This resource has definitions and examples of the following terms:

LANGUAGE AND GRAMMAR TERMS
Simple sentence
Compound sentence
Complex sentence
Compound-complex sentence
Declarative sentence
Imperative sentence
Exclamatory sentence
Interrogative sentence
Noun
Pronoun
Verb
Adverb
Adjective
Preposition
Conjunction
Interjection
Subordinating conjunction
Coordinating conjunction
Helping verbs
Linking verbs
Subjective pronoun
Objective pronoun
Possessive pronoun
Intensive pronoun
Reflexive pronoun
Vague pronoun
Coordinate adjectives
Article
Parallel structure
Subject
Predicate
Clause
Subordinating (dependent) clause
Independent clause
Misplaced modifier
Nuances
Exclamation point
Question mark
Parentheses
Quotation marks
Colon
Semi-colon
Apostrophe
Ellipses
Dash
Hyphen
Period
Comma
Simile
Metaphor
Hyperbole
Alliteration
Onomatopoeia
Personification
Idioms
Allusion
Adage
Homophones
Homonyms
Homographs
Synonyms
Antonyms
Denotation
Connotation
Indicative mood verb
Imperative mood verb
Interrogative mood verb
Conditional mood verb
Subordinate mood verb
Gerund verbal
Participle verbal
Infinitive verbal

LITERATURE TERMS
Citing
Textual evidence
Analysis
Explicitly
Inference
Theme
Unbiased
Plot
Summary
Central idea
Conflict resolution
Internal conflict
External conflict
Character traits
Characterization
Point of view
Narrator
Figurative language
Tone
Mood
Symbolism
Flashback
Irony
Imagery
Foreshadow
Protagonist
Antagonist
Scene
Compare
Contrast
Climax
Suspense
Cliffhanger
Flat character
Round character
Sympathetic character
Minor character
Dynamic character
Static character
First-person point of view
Third-person point of view
Dialogue
Genre
Fiction
Non-fiction
Fantasy genre
Dystopian genre
Science genre
Mystery genre
Mythology genre
Horror genre
Memoir genre
Poetry genre
Traditional literature genre
Biography genre
Auto-biography genre
Narrative genre

NON-FICTION TERMS
Rhetorical analysis
Literary analysis
Ethos
Pathos
Logos
Euphemism
Juxtaposition
Oxymoron
Parallelism
Repetition (anaphora)
Repetition (epistrophe)
Rhetorical question
Understatement
Verbal irony
Paradox
Thesis statement
Topic sentence
Claims
Author’s purpose
Argument

WRITING TERMS
Argumentative writing
Supporting claims
Relevant evidence
Formal style
Concluding statement
Introduction statement
Informational text
Exclamatory text
Definition (writing strategy)
Classification (writing strategy)
Compare/Contrast (writing strategy)
Formation (writing strategy)
Relevant Facts
Concrete details
Transitions
Precise language
Domain-Specific vocabulary
Narrative writing
Orienting the reader
Establish a context
Dialogue (narrative writing)
Pacing (narrative writing)
Description (narrative writing)
Sensory language (narrative writing)
Informal style
Writing task
Writing purpose
Writing audience
Planning (writing process)
Revising (writing process)
Editing (writing process)
Publishing (writing process)
Credibility of Sources
Quote
Paraphrase
Plagiarism

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Total Pages
44 pages
Answer Key
Does not apply
Teaching Duration
Lifelong tool
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