5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Point of View
- a Small portable items that the actors use to make their actions look realistic, such as plates on the set of a kitchen.
- b Exaggeration or overstatement, either for comic effect either for comic effect or to express heightened emotion
- c the units of the action in a drama
- d The Perspective from which a story is told
- e A collection of myths
5 Multiple choice questions
- Human characteristics or personality given to nonhuman subjects, such as animals or natural elements
- Often contrasted with comedy, in a tragedy events lead to the downfall of the main character
- Expressions such as"It's raining cats and dogs!" that develop in a language, region, community, or class of people that cannot be understood literally
- A long, uninterrupted speech that is spoken by a single character
- Stories usually told at festivals and around campfires, rather than in shared print.
5 True/False questions
Third-Person Point of View → The perspective of a character in the story
Fables → Brief stories that often feature animals that act like humans
Screenplays → Scripts written for television and often contain similar elements as a screenplay
Tall Tales → Type of folk tales that often involve a hero that performs impossible feats.
Teleplays → Scripts written for television and often contain similar elements as a screenplay