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Study Sheet • DefinitionsClick dark area to show word or term. Reload page to hide again.
•The main character – the story is about how events affect this character.Protagonist
•A character who does NOT change his/her attitude, actions or beliefsStatic Character
•The main idea of the story – the lesson about life.Theme 
•The piece is written to you, the reader.SECOND PERSON
•In this case, the author’s ability to read minds only works with the main character.LIMITED OMNISCIENT
•A character who changes his/her attitude, actions or beliefs.Dynamic Character
•A problem or struggle in a story, such as Man vs. Man, Man vs. Himself, etc.Conflict
•WHEN and WHERE a story takes place – includes TIME and PLACESetting
•The ______is the point of greatest interest in the story. It is the part when everything comes together and makes sense and we find out “what happens.”Climax
•A person who is not in the story is telling the story.THIRD PERSON
•The person or force who opposes or causes problems for the main character.Antagonist
•We don’t get any thoughts and feelings of any of the characters.NARRATOR
•One of the characters in the story is also the person telling the story. That character uses “I” or “me” to tell the story.First Person
•How the conflict is taken care of – who wins.Conflict Resolution
•The general feeling of the story developed by the setting, events and characters.MOOD / ATMOSPHERE
•The ______ is the story line of the story. This should tell what happened in the story in 3-5 sentences.PLOT
•The author can follow all of the characters wherever they go and/or can see into their minds.OMNISCIENT

HISTORY - Read Chapter 8

SPELLING - Practice words in section 2 on page 54
Test is on Friday

MATH - Do problems 1 - 10 on Page 122 to turn in as homework.

Get tips and advice to help you with your homework.
Learn how to prepare for exams.
Find out how to improve your study habits.

• Study every day. If you don’t have assignments to do, take a few minutes 
to review topics that you find hardest. This may sound like a drag, but 
it’s good to get into the habit of doing it every day. 

• Homework shouldn’t take up all of your spare time. If you find one 
teacher is giving out hours of homework all the time, it could be that 
he/she doesn’t realize it takes so long. Talk to your teacher, or to 
another teacher you can approach and alert them to the amount of time your 
homework is taking up.

• Finally, ask for help if you need it. Teachers and friends are usually 
willing to go over something with you again if you didn’t quite "get it" 
the first time. Or ask your question in a forum, where you can join up 
with others who might understand that particular topic better.

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