Fiction Selection Criteria

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Fiction -writings that an author creates from the imagination -basically stories that lack facts as its basis and stories that does not happen in real life Chief Characteristics: • Discernible characters • Developing Characters • Interrelationship of characters and conflict • Credible setting • Realistic plot

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Fiction Selection CriteriaFiction-writings that an author creates from the imagination-basically stories that lack facts as its basis and stories that does not happen in real lifeChief Characteristics:Discernible charactersDeveloping CharactersInterrelationship of characters and conflict Credible setting Realistic plot Particular point of viewOften written in first personUse of dialogPlot holds readers attentionReader may read material quicklyElementsTheme-main idea or the central meaning of the story, what the story means Plot-presents the action (what happens in the story), the story line (the sequence of events), and how the writer chooses these to present and resolve the conflict*Climax -the highest point of interest and may be the crisis or the turning point for the protagonist*Denouement -where everything is made clear which signifies the story is about to end* Ending-when twists and turns have been unraveled >Closed ending- where the readers find a satisfactory ending>Open ending- where the conclusion is left for the reader to decideSetting-where and when the action takes place and the descriptive details about the place of actionCharacters-people, personified animals or inanimate objects that carries out the actions and whose actions and personal actions are limited by that characters role in the storyStyle-manner in which the author says something/ how the author uses words to create literature *Diction/ Word

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