5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Narrator's Direct Comments
- Historical Fiction
- Second person point of view
- a A non-fiction story of someone's life witten by themselves.
- b The Narrator's thought about the character being focused on.
- c Narrator isn't a character in the story, but speaks directly to another Character
- d A fictional story which was passed down from one to another; usually has to do with heroic accomplishments.
- e A fictional story having to do with an event from the past; the setting is a real place from history; can have a mix of fictional characters and historical figures.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- The intrduction; most characters are introduced and the setting is revealed.
- A public address used to persuade, entertain, or inform a group of people; non-fiction.
- Type of traditional literature. A fictional story where the problem can relate to peoples lives; a moral lesson is usually taught.
- Problems are being solved; the tension settles
- A fictional story with impossible events involving magical powers, supernatrual creatures, ect.; setting is non-existant; character are not real or, in some cases, life-like.
5 True/False Questions
Fairy Tale → Type of traditional literature. A fictional story where good and evil fight against each other.
Dynamic Character → A characer whose personality doesn't change.
Science Fiction → A fictional story having to do with an event from the past; the setting is a real place from history; can have a mix of fictional characters and historical figures.
Essay → The most important part of the story; promblem(s) occur
Thoughts, speech, and actions → A character's thoughts, speech or , actions that reflect on his/her personality.