5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Grimm, Jacob and Wilhelm
- Concrete Poetry (also known as shaped verse or pattern poetry):
- Carroll, Lewis
- McKissack, Patricia and Jerry Pinkney
- a Mirandy and Brother Wind (1988).
- b giving human traits to non-human beings or objects
- c "Little Red Cap"
- d Alice's Adventures in Wonderland (1865).
- e the arrangement of the words on the page is in a shape or pattern that reflects the content in some way. (Livingston, "Whispers")
5 Multiple choice questions
- "Bam, Bam, Bam"
- "Little Red Riding Hood"
- words that sound the same
- Human characteristics assigned to abstract concepts, animals, or inanimate objects. Anthropomorphization is similar to personification but is usually used for examples of extended or sustained personification.
- 1. "the explicit social, political or moral beliefs of the individual writer, and his wish to recommend them to children through the story" (27).
2. ". . . the individual writer's unexamined assumptions" (30). It is "passive ideology" (29).
3. "A large part of any book is written not by its author but by the world the author lives in" (32), and "As a rule, writers for children are transmitters not of themselves uniquely, but of the worlds they share" (33)
5 True/False questions
Lyric poem → tells a story.
Simile → realistic, cartoon-like, are details exaggerated or eliminated, patterns, nature
Alliteration → repetition of a consonant
Denotation → explicit or dictionary meaning of a word
Onomatopoeia → words that sound like their meanings