5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- direct presentation
- dynamic character
- a A character who grows, learns, or changes as a result of the story's action
- b When the writer tells readers what kind of personality the character possesses rather than allowing the character to show his or her personality and allow readers to draw their own conclusions.
- c In general, a story that ends with a happy resolution of the conflicts faced by the main character or characters, light and humorous drama with a happy ending
- d abrupt decline from the dignified or important to the trivial or ludicrous.
letdown in thought or emotion; something unexciting, ordinary, or disappointing coming after something important or exciting
- e An account of the writer's own life.
5 Multiple choice questions
- an observational technique in which one person is studied in depth in the hope of revealing universal principles; , a descriptive research strategy in which one person or incident is studied in great depth
- A character or force in conflict with the main character
- a problem or struggle between a character and someone or something outside of the character
- a writer's or speaker's choice of words
- a text structure that writers use to explain how or why one thing leads to another. The cause is the reason that an action or reaction takes place. The effect is the result or consequence of the cause; reasoning that assumes one event or condition can bring about another
5 True/False questions
climactic order → Occurs when another character(s) and/or the audience know more than one or more characters on stage about what is happening; This occurs when the audience or reader knows more than the characters know.
caricature → a worn-out idea or overused expression
atmosphere → a line spoken by an actor to the audience but not intended for others on the stage
epigram → a witty saying expressing a single thought or observation
active voice → one's listener or readership; those to whom a speech or piece of writing is addressed