5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Falling Action
- External Conflict
- a When a character struggles against an outside force. The four types are Man vs. Man; Man vs. Society; Man vs. Nature; Man vs. Fate
- b In Greek tragedies, a group of people who serve as commentators on the characters and events.
- c The time, place, and social environment that frames the characters.
- d A long narrative poem that celebrates the great deeds of at least one legendary hero. The three main characteristics are 1) fantastic geographies and exotic characters; 2) exhausting quests and difficult journeys; 3) heroic battles with monsters, supernatural beings and forces of nature.
- e The reader learns the characters' reactions to the climax.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- The ending of the story. Possibly a "happily ever after."
- The main character of a TRAGEDY.
- Conversations between at least two characters.
- A story composed orally and then passed from person to person by word of mouth.
- A character who does not change throughout the course of the story and who the reader does not learn more about.
5 True/False Questions
Tone → The author's attitude toward the subject matter.
Indirect Characterization → A use of the following elements: a character's looks, behaviour, thoughts, and actions/speech.
Simile → The distinctive and unique manner in which a writer arranges words to achieve different effects. This may include DICTION.
Hero/Heroine → The central character, usually the protagonist, who engages the reader's interest and empathy.
Diction → A reference to a well-known person, place, event, literary work, or work of art.