5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Slant rhymes
- Situational Irony
- Third-Person Limited
- a Words that do not exactly rhyme (ex: Today and Victory)
- b Contrast between what readers expect to happen and what actually does happen.
- c Told by a voice outside the story who focuses on one character's thoughts and feelings.
- d Related ideas phrased in similar ways.
- e The narrative perspective from which the events in a story or novel are told.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- A literary movement that arose from an effort to accurately represent the speech, manners, habits, history, folklore, and beliefs of people in specific geographical areas.
- Rearrangement of words in a phrase for emphasis.
- An autobiographical account written by someone who endured the miseries of slavery.
- Told by a voice outside the story who reveals the thoughts and feelings of all the characters.
- The goal the author tries to achieve in the work he/she created.
5 True/False Questions
Diction → A writer's choice of words and word order.
Conflict → Sequence of actions and events.
Style → A writers distinctive way of expressing ideas; not what is said, but how it is said.
Tone → The feeling the writer creates for the reader.
Repetition → The conflict is settled one way or another.