Students identify the genre, setting, protagonist, antagonist, point of view, theme and more in this handy form. Great for 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 2 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). 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, and minor character. Useful for a review of literary terms, for whole class guided reading, an individual independent reading response, for partners, for literature circles, or a quick assessment.
Visually-appealing illustrated format for middle school. Black and white for easy photocopying.
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