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Stage of the plot in which the story begins to draw to a close Comes after the climax and before the resolution
a) resolution
b) climax
c) falling action
d) exposition

The final outcome of the story
a) resolution
b) climax
c) falling action
d) exposition

to give deeper meaning to a text
a) author's purpose
b) summary
c) analyze
d) interpret

read between the lines
a) author's purpose
b) summary
c) analyze
d) interpret

contains a beginning middle and end; includes main characters, conflict, and conflict resolution.
a) author's purpose
b) summary
c) analyze
d) interpret

the reason an author decides to write about a specific topic.
a) Author's purpose
b) summary
c) analyze
d) interpret

Involves a character who struggle against a force outside him or herself such as nature, physical obstacle, or another character
a) plot
b) setting
c) internal conflict
d) external conflict

one that occurs within in a character
a) plot
b) setting
c) internal conflict
d) external conflict

time AND place
a) plot
b) setting
c) internal conflict
d) external conflict

the series of events in a story
a) plot
b) setting
c) internal conflict
d) external conflict

hints from the text that lead you to the correct answer
a) dialogue
b) stage directions
c) foreshadowing
d) context clues

Hints at what may happen in a story’s future
a) dialogue
b) stage directions
c) foreshadowing
d) context clues

words that describe the set and tell the actors how and where to move on the stage
a) dialogue
b) stage directions
c) foreshadowing
d) context clues

the words the characters say to each other
a) dialogue
b) stage directions
c) foreshadowing
d) context clues

introduces background information about events, settings, characters etc. to the audience or readers.
a) exposition
b) falling action
c) climax
d) resolution

The point of greatest interest
a) climax
b) resolution
c) falling action
d) exposition

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