The person telling the story is a character in the story.
Pronouns such as I, me and mine are used by a narrator throughout the text.
The story is told by the first person we meet in the story.
Pronouns such as him, her, they and them are used throughout the text.
What the reader learns about life from the text.
Stated at the beginning of the story.
What causes a character to do, think, feel or say something
Time, place and weather
Goals in life
Joe and his sister are arguing over a video game.
Taija is late for school because her train never came.
Kristi should be studying, but her sister keeps distracting her from her work.
Rafi knows cheating is wrong, but his friend has the answers to Mr. Kreger's English final and he really needs to get an A.
I was so very tired, and I had nothing to eat.
Everyone in the room was thinking the same thing; they hated Jim.
Our first day of school was very long, and we didn't have anything exciting to do at all.
They all looked around, but no one could see a thing.
The leaves danced in the wind.
Her eyes were like diamonds.
She is as sharp as a tack.
James is a beast on the court.
The sun smiled down on us as we walked down the path.
Love is a rose.
He has a heart of gold.
The mice ran across the room.
Figure of speech
I'm so hungry I could eat a horse.
Her eyes sparkled like the sea.
The rain drove us home.
Jim is the smartest person in our class.
By appealing to their emotions.
By appealing to their logic.
By appealing to their morals.
By appealing to their friends and family.
A quiet question