5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Perrault, Charles
- romantic tradition
- character size
- a large- power, dominance
small- weakness, submissiveness
- b Location and time in which the action of a literary work takes place.
- c "Little Red Riding Hood"
- d repetition of a vowel
- e presents child's voice and/or perspective and/or focuses on nature and its wonders
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- communicate calmness
- 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
- using language in a non-literal way. Comparing seemingly unlike objects or experiences to heighten meaning. Metaphor, simile, and personification are types of figurative language.
- Mirandy and Brother Wind (1988).
- giving human traits to non-human beings or objects
5 True/False Questions
Lyric poem → describes something, an object, scene, or feeling. The poem will have a song-like quality. (Walter de la Mare, "Silver")
Carrol, Lewis → Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865).
Foreshadowing → Descriptions, comments, occurrences in a literary work that prepare the reader for occurrences later in the work. The warning at the start of a story often foreshadows events that occur later.
elements of day to day experiences → facial expressions, body, language and position, spatial relationships between characters, characters and their setting, settings
Pratchett, Terry → used for emphasis or structure