Literary Elements

Question Answer
Protagonist main character in a text with a problem or conflict
Antagonist character or thing that competes against or fights against the main character in a text
External conflict: struggle between a character and an outside force (Man v. Man, Man v. Nature, Man v. Society)
Internal conflict struggle of a character within himself, herself, or itself
Theme moral message or lesson about life that a story teaches moral message or lesson about life that a story teaches
Setting time and place of a story
Imagery descriptive writing used to create a mental picture that appeals to the reader's five senses
mood feeling created in the reader by a piece of text
tone author's feelings of attitude towards a subject in a piece of text
adjective describes a noun

Literary Elements

Question Answer
protagonist main character in a text with a problem or conflict
antagonist character or thing that competes against or fights against the main character in a text
external conflict struggle between a character and an outside force (Man v. Man, Man v. Nature, Man v. Society)
internal conflict struggle of a character within himself, herself, or itself
theme moral message or lesson about life that a story teaches
Setting time and place of a story
Imagery descriptive writing used to create a mental picture that appeals to the reader's five senses
Mood feeling created in the reader by a piece of text
Tone author's feelings or attitude towards a subject in a piece of text
Adjective describes a noun

Force And Motion

Term Definition
Force Any push or pull by one object
Gravity Pulls all objects together big or small
Friction A force that opposes the motion of one object moving past another
Magnetism The ability of one object to push or pull on magnetic property
Speed How fast an objects position changes
Direction Where the arrow is pointing on a map
Motion A change in an objects position overtime
Position The location of an object
Balanced Forces Forces that act together on an object without changing its motion
Unbalanced Forces Forces that do not cancel each other out and that cause an object to change its motion

flashcards for giver giver vocab 7-9

Question Answer
chaos (noun) state of complete confusion and disorder
compel (verb) to drive, urge or motive with force ; to oblige
infringe (verb) trespass or encroach upon the rights of others
ironic (adjective) characterized by irony; happening in the opposite way to what is expected
navigational (adjective) relating a act or practice of plotting a vehicle's course
pervade (verb) to spread throughout; to be present in every part of somthing
quizzical (adjective) relating to a questioning, uncertain or puzzled way
relinquish (verb) to give up or turn over possession/ control; surrender
remorse (noun) painful, deep feeling of guilt
scrupulous (adjective) having or showing a strict regard for what is right
tentatively (adverb) not final. done as a trial or experiment
treacherous (adjective) likely to betray a trust; traitors
humiliate to make fun of someone or make them seem foolish
benign (adjective) having or showing a kindly disposition; non-threatening
meticulous (adjective) showing extreme or excessive concern about every last detail.

Force and Motion

Term Definition
Force Force is pulling something your way of
Gravity Gravity is a force that pulls you down when you jump
Friction Is a force that opposes the motion of one object moving past onother
Magnetism Pushes of pulls on a magnets were on a bar
Speed
Direction
Motion
Position
Balanced Forces
Unbalanced Forces
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force and motion

Term Definition
force any push or pull by one object on another.
gravity distance and magnetic levitation and mass.
friction a force that opposes the motion of one object moving past.
magnetism the ability of one object to push or pull on another.
speed how fast an object's position changes with time at any given moment.
motion a change in an object's position over time.
position the location of an object.
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COG PSYCH END OF 8, 9 , 10

Question Answer
Feature borrowing
False Childhood memory Elaborating increases the false memory, created false memory that influences peoples food preferences (behavior)
THE POINT CH 8 The features of our memory system that make it so efficent and accurate can also create problems ( spreading activation, iferences), factors that improve true memory also create/ increase false memory. makes info seem more real and is embellished
Back propagation If an "error" is detected, a signal is transmitted back through the system.Indicates how weights should be changed to correct the pattern.
Graceful degregation
paivios dual-coding theory verbal system- depnd on the order of infonon verbal system- non verbal objects and events-nature of the info itself…is it more verbal or non verbal?

Literary Elements

Question Answer
Protagonist Main character in a text with a problem or conflict
Antagonist Character or thing that competes against or fights against the main character in a text
External Conflict Struggle between a character and an outside force (Man v. Man, Man v. Nature, Man v. Society
Internal Conflict Struggle of a character within himself, herself, or itself
Theme Moral message or lesson about life that a story teaches
Setting Time and place of a story
Imagery Descriptive writing used to create a mental picture that appeals to the reader's five senses
Mood Feelings created in the reader by a piece of a text
Tone Author's feelings or attitude towards a subject in a piece of text
Adjective Describes a noun

Dreaming the night Comprehension Questions

Question Answer
The author compares dreams to stories. Explain why dreams are unusual stories. because the dreams are confusing disconnected and hard to follow
Why does the author have some concerns about sleepwalking? because people could get hurt while sleepwalking
Why is lucid dreaming not necessarily a good thing?