Students will be able to create their own glossary for literary terms such as character, setting, problem solution, beginning, middle, end, author, illustrator, action, cause, effect, evidence, fiction, narrator, persuade, entertain, inform, support and title.
Students can write in the definition of the word and about a story or character that best reminds them of this term. There is also space for an illustration below the term or inside the definition space.
This is a small portion of my Interactive Comprehension Notebook
that includes 25 pages of graphic organizers, flashcards and matching exercises for these terms.
Students will become fluent with the literary terms and understand how to answer questions that use this vocabulary.