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Ch 6: FSA - Grade 7 ELA: Craft & Structure in Literature

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Help your student review information on craft and structure in literature through these engaging lessons. We have created this chapter designed specifically to help them get you ready for related questions on the FSA Grade 7 ELA exam.

FSA - Grade 7 ELA: Craft & Structure in Literature - Chapter Summary

Students can discover new details and test the knowledge they already possess by using the lessons in this chapter on craft and structure in literature. These engaging videos will help them review the following topics during their study sessions for the FSA Grade 7 ELA exam:

  • Structure and setting in literature
  • Point-of-view
  • Alliteration and alliterate verses
  • Sonnets
  • Flashbacks and foreshadowing
  • Narrators in literature

The lessons in this chapter are designed to help 7th graders review material that may be covered on the FSA Grade 7 ELA exam. Each lesson is fun and engaging, helping them to effectively remember literature-related details.

FSA - Grade 7 ELA: Craft & Structure in Literature Chapter Objectives

The FSA Grade 7 ELA exam tests your student's knowledge of different language and literature topics, including craft and structure in literature. All of the questions on the exam are either multiple choice or hot text. They will be required to read through different passages, analyze them correctly and then give the best answer. Have your student look through the interactive lessons and utilize the quizzes to make sure they are prepare for this exam.

13 Lessons in Chapter 6: FSA - Grade 7 ELA: Craft & Structure in Literature
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
Structure in Literature: Definition & Examples

1. Structure in Literature: Definition & Examples

In this lesson, we will learn exactly what is meant by structure of literature. Some common methods of organization are provided. The main focus will explore the narrative structure of literature, using the popular story of Cinderella to help understand the various elements associated with this structure.

Setting in Literature: Definition, Importance & Examples

2. Setting in Literature: Definition, Importance & Examples

In this lesson, you'll review the important elements of a story. In particular, you'll learn about the components of the setting and its importance within the plot.

Point-of-View: Definition & Examples

3. Point-of-View: Definition & Examples

Find out what 'point of view' means and how it's used in literature. Learn about some points of view that are used less often, then test your knowledge with a brief quiz.

Point of View of Characters vs. the Reader

4. Point of View of Characters vs. the Reader

Point of view is a key idea in literature. In this lesson, you'll learn several points of view that writers use and how those affect the reader. When you're finished, you can test your knowledge with a short quiz.

Alliteration: Definition & Examples

5. Alliteration: Definition & Examples

Alliteration is a figure of speech used to create rhythm and bring focus to a line or sentence in a piece of written material. Learn about the definition of alliteration, see examples of alliteration and test your knowledge with a quiz.

Examples of Alliteration in Literature

6. Examples of Alliteration in Literature

Explore alliteration and learn how it is used throughout different styles of literature. Discover the power behind this simple literary device, and recognize how to easily identify its use across multiple literary genres.

Alliterative Verse: Definition & Examples

7. Alliterative Verse: Definition & Examples

In this lesson, you'll learn more about the definition of alliterative verse and read some examples of alliterative verse. Then you can test your newfound knowledge with a quiz.

Sonnets: Definition & Examples

8. Sonnets: Definition & Examples

If you want to profess your love in a poem, you might not think to look back a few hundred years for inspiration. Learn how some of the greatest poets in history used the sonnet to woo their lovers.

Point of View in Fiction: First Person, Third Person & More

9. Point of View in Fiction: First Person, Third Person & More

In this lesson, we will explore point of view in fiction. We will learn about several possible points of view (first person, second person, and third person) and practice identifying them.

How Point of View Creates Suspense and Humor

10. How Point of View Creates Suspense and Humor

Point of view influences how readers understand literature. In this lesson you'll learn how writers use point of view to create feelings as different as suspense and humor, and you'll be able to test your understanding with a short quiz at the end.

Narrators in Literature: Types and Definitions

11. Narrators in Literature: Types and Definitions

Learn how point of view, or the angle from which a story is told, impacts the narrative voice of a work of literature. Explore, through examples, how point of view can be limited, objective, or omniscient.

What is Foreshadowing? - Types, Examples & Definitions

12. What is Foreshadowing? - Types, Examples & Definitions

Learn about how authors use foreshadowing, both subtle and direct, as part of their storytelling process. Explore many examples of foreshadowing, from classical plays to contemporary stories.

What is a Flashback in Literature? - Definition & Examples

13. What is a Flashback in Literature? - Definition & Examples

This lesson will assist you in identifying and understanding the components of flashbacks found in literature. See examples of flashbacks, and then test your understanding through a quiz.

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