5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Tragic Flaw
- Situational Irony
- a The central character, usually the protagonist, who engages the reader's interest and empathy.
- b The use of clues and/or hints to suggest events that will occur later in the plot.
- c The character flaw in a TRAGIC HERO that causes his/her downfall.
- d Excessive pride or self-confidence that leads a protagonist to disregard a divine warning or to violate an important moral law.
- e When the characters and the audience expect one thing to happen but the opposite actually takes place.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- A pattern or model that serves as the basis for different, but related, versions of a character, plot, or a theme.
- An anonymous narrative originating from the primitive folklore of a culture that explains the origin of life, religious beliefs, and/or the forces of nature, and the deeds of a traditional superhero.
- The point where the author captures the reader's attention with the main conflict.
- The main character in the literary work.
- A brief story using an allegory to answer a question.
5 True/False Questions
Pun → Word play which involves either multiple meanings of a single word or the use of 2 words that sound alike but have different meanings.
Blank Verse → Unrhymed iambic pentameter.
Historical fiction → Type of literature that is based on a part of history but the plot is fictional.
Moral → A practical lesson about right and wrong conduct, often in an instructive story, such as a fable or parable.
Symbol → Anything that stands for or represents something else.