5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Flat Character
- Direct Characterization
- Narrative Hook
- a A character with only one side, displays a constant in terms of feeling and emotion.
- b A character whose qualities or actions serve to emphasize those of the protagonist or some other character by providing a strong contrast.
- c The point where the author captures the reader's attention with the main conflict.
- d A use of the following elements: a character's looks, behaviour, thoughts, and actions/speech.
- e The first segment of the plot, it is the background information of characters. This is not always part of a story.
5 Multiple choice questions
- A generalization about a person or group based on appearance, ethnicity, age, gender, profession etc.
- Al the meanings, associations, and emotions that a word suggests.
- A type of literature that appears to be real but is, in fact, fiction.
- A piece of writing designed to teach an ethical, moral, or religious lesson.
- Word play which involves either multiple meanings of a single word or the use of 2 words that sound alike but have different meanings.
5 True/False questions
Resolution → The ending of the story. Possibly a "happily ever after."
Rising Action → The buildup of events and the presentation of the conflicts faced by the characters.
Hubris → Excessive pride or self-confidence that leads a protagonist to disregard a divine warning or to violate an important moral law.
Myth → 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.
Setting → The time, place, and social environment that frames the characters.