Students identify the genre, setting, protagonist, antagonist, point of view, theme and seven more literary terms in this handy form. Useful for a whole class novel or short story or when students are reading different titles. Requires support, examples, and explanation. There are two forms to meet your needs: a two- page paper-saver that can be copied front to back (see thumbnail 2) and an identical form with larger font and more space for writing responses (see thumbnail 3). There is also a decorated lined response sheet to use as needed. Also includes a review handout for students to match words and definitions that covers all 13 literary terms (thumbnail 4).
Other literary terms are: plot, dialogue, conflict; style, figurative language, mood, and minor character. Useful for a review of literary terms, test prep, homework, whole class guided reading, an individual independent reading response, partners, literature circles, extra credit, or for a quick assessment. Adds variety to your tool box of reading responses.
Visually-appealing illustrated format for middle school. May be appropriate for 5th or high school. Black and white for easy photocopying.
A complete glossary of literary terms is included in this useful tool kit:
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