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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Onomatopoeia
  2. Grimm, Jacob and Wilhem
  3. ideology
  4. Chang, Isabelle C
  5. Repetition
  1. a used for emphasis or structure
  2. b "The Chinese Red Riding Hoods"
  3. c A set of beliefs underlying the customs, habits, and practices common to a given social group. To members of that group, the beliefs seem obviously true, natural, and even universally applicable. They may seem just as obviously arbitrary, idiosyncratic, and even false to those who adhere to another ideology. Within a society, several ideologies may coexist; one or more of these may be dominant.
  4. d words that sound like their meanings
  5. e "Hansel and Gretel"

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Characters are the people or beings in a literary work. Characterization consists of the elements that communicate who or what the characters are. Descriptions, actions, comments from other characters can all contribute to characterization.
  2. An element that occurs a number of times in a single literary work or that is common in a number of literary works. The warning is found in many folk tales; therefore, it is a common motif.
  3. is "any departure from consensus reality"
    transforms the psychological and the metaphysical into the physical, the abstract, into concrete
  4. magical elements in a realistic setting
    magical is not intended to frighten and is presented as a natural part of the world we know
    sometimes used by authors of a distinct culture or ethnic group
    a form that often makes some sort of political commentary--not necessarily to do with government
  5. presents child's voice and/or perspective and/or focuses on nature and its wonders

5 True/False questions

  1. Settingthe accurate depiction in any literary work of the everyday life of a place or time

          

  2. Muñoz Ryan, Pam"Bam, Bam, Bam"

          

  3. Perrault, Charles"Little Red Riding Hood"

          

  4. borderAn element that occurs a number of times in a single literary work or that is common in a number of literary works. The warning is found in many folk tales; therefore, it is a common motif.

          

  5. Narrator/Focalizerpictures want to tell the story either with verbal text or on their own

          

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