A story that is performed on stage.
The reasons why characters act, think, and feel as they do.
Person, animal, or made up creature in a story or play.
Special qualities of characters, such as shyness or honesty, that make one character different from another.
A challenge that the main character or characters face.
The answer to a problem, or the way the main characters resolve the conflict at the center of the story.
When and where a story or play takes place.
Fax, examples, and other pieces of information directly stated in a text.
Things that happen in stories and in the natural world.
And important message or lesson that an author wants to share either implicitly or explicitly about people or life.
To reach a reasonable conclusion about an idea or event not directly stated in the text based on text clues and background knowledge.
A type of poem that uses language in unusual ways to express thoughts and feelings about something.
To briefly retell your own words the most important ideas, events, and details in a text.
The sequence of events in a story.
Facts, details, quotes, or other pieces of information used to support a claim, point, or an idea.
Things that an author uses to represent an idea or a group of things.
The process of reaching a conclusion based on details in the text and your own background knowledge.