Unit 1, Lesson 4: The ACES Phone

Unit 1, Lesson 4: The ACES Phone

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Cards (19)

Section 1

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Front

prefix meaning "across" or "between"

Back

coaxed

Front

persuaded through gentle urging

Back

urgent

Front

requiring immediate action or attention

Back

swilveled

Front

rotated around a point; turned

Back

clamor

Front

a loud, unceasing noise

Back

plot

Front

the chain of events that make up a story

Back

antagonist

Front

the character or force in conflict with the protagonist - "the bad guy"

Back

accustomed

Front

used to; familiar with

Back

alliteration

Front

the repetition of the same initial consonant sound in a series of words

Back

torrent

Front

a rushing stream of wather

Back

protagonist

Front

the main character in a story

Back

clustered

Front

gathered closely together in a group

Back

tone

Front

the attitude a writer takes toward the subject or the reader (writer-centered)

Back

mood

Front

the overall feeling or atmosphere created by a work of literature - influenced by the setting (reader-centered)

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complications

Front

problems that arise as characters struggle to reach their goals

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void

Front

an empty space or feeling

Back

doleful

Front

mournful, sad

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transmissions

Front

messages sent by a communication device, usually radio

Back

de-

Front

prefix meaning "remove" or "undo"

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