5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- First-Person Point of View
- To Entertain
- a Scripts for films
- b The overall feeling that the work evokes in the reader
- c Biographies, autobiographies and travel narratives are often written for the enjoyment of the audience
- d Exaggeration or overstatement, either for comic effect either for comic effect or to express heightened emotion
- e The perspective of a character in the story
5 Multiple choice questions
- Brief works of fiction made up of plot, character, setting, plot, conflict, setting, point of view and theme.
- Larger than life figures whose virtues and deeds are often celebrated in stories from the oral tradition
- Form of drama that has a happy ending
- Deliberate exaggeration for comic effect
- Prose writing that tells about characters and events from the author's imagination
5 True/False questions
Set → the units of the action in a drama
Idioms → 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
Setting → The term, used for the scenery on stage that suggests the time and place of the action.
Tall Tales → Type of folk tales that often involve a hero that performs impossible feats.
Stage Directions → Sets of bracketed information to the cast, crew and readers of the drama about sound effects, actions, and sets.