Historical Fiction. Science Fiction. Realistic Fiction. Horror. Mythology. Legends. Fantasy. Folklore. Drama. Nonfiction. Autobiography. Biography. Poetry. Historical Fiction. Fictional story that deals with historical facts in some element. The characters may be made up, as well as the dialogue, .... ID: 440746
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Science FictionRealistic FictionHorrorMythologyLegendsFantasyFolkloreDramaNonfictionAutobiographyBiographyPoetrySlide3
Fictional story that deals with historical facts in some element. The characters may be made up, as well as the dialogue, but it is based on facts.
, Fever 1763, Gods and Generals.Slide4
Fiction based on science and technology.Examples: Star Wars, Back to the Future, The Time MachineSlide5
Fiction that is based on reality. This is not to be confused with “reality
” because that is NOT the real world.
The Last Song, Walk to RememberSlide6
Scary stories- deals with the supernatural or scary things that spook you.Example: Stephen King, James PattersonSlide7
Stories that explain how something came to be. These must contain the gods and goddesses to be a myth.Slide8
Stories based originally on facts, but have been exaggerated and “blown up” to be larger than life.Slide9
Story about a make believe world. Usually involves, dragons, warlocks, witches, etcSlide10
Stories that have been passed down through the generations. Originally told orally, but eventually written for preservation.
, John HenrySlide11
Plays, stories to be performed on a stageExample: William ShakespeareSlide12
Things we read that are true. These can be in the form of a textbook, newspaper article, book, etc.Slide13
Life story about someone written by that person. Auto=self bio=life graphy=writtenExample: Eat, Love, PraySlide14
Story written about someone’s life but written by someone else.Example:Slide15
When an author uses compressed language to portray an idea. Not prose, which is the regular written word. They use vivid words, figurative language, imagery, meter, rhyme, etc.
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