SQ3R & Literary Terminology - PowerPoint
This 35-slide PowerPoint presentation was designed to facilitate lessons and discussions on literary terminology and the SQ3R method. It covers the following in a visually pleasing manner:

- Differences between middle school and high school reading
- The annotation process: what it means and why it's helpful
- The steps of SQ3R: survey, question, read, recite, and review
- The definition of short story
- Elements of plot
- Exposition
- Inciting incident: definition + video example
- Conflicts: definition and types
- Complication: definition + video example
- Rising action: definition + example
- Climax: definition + video example
- Falling action: definition
- Resolution: definition
- Protagonist: definition, characteristics, and examples
- Antagonist: definition, characteristics, and examples
- Dynamic character: definition and examples
- Static character: definition and examples
- Symbol: definition
- Point of view: definition + types
- Theme: definition + example
- Characterization: definition + mnemonic device
- Foreshadowing: definition
- Situational irony: definition + video example
- Verbal irony: definition + video example
- Dramatic irony: definition + video example

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Created: Aug 3, 2016

Updated: Feb 22, 2018

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