Hey, Wyatt! Why do you think an author choose to communicate through fictional text?
Well, it's probably because they can put the character into situations that can help the reader learn a lesson to make similar decisions in their own life.
Here's an example: in the book Julie of the Wolves, the main character, Miyax, runs away in the arctic on her way to point hope. During this time, she encounters a pack of wolves in which she learns to live with. The plot is when she is faced with many challenges while trying to survive.
Wyatt and Rachel meet in the hallway after reading class. Rachel thought of this question during class but didn't get a chance to ask.
Oh, so that part in the story shows the reader that they can adapt to any situation and survive even if they're faced with great obstacles.
Wyatt thinks about it before replaying. Rachel is still confused.
I get it now. I'm going to go tell my teacher what I learned.
Wyatt gives the example in a book the they both recently read. Rachel understands what he is saying now.
Rachel understands Wyatt's example.
Rachel wants to share Wyatt's answer with her reading teacher.