5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Round Character
- Third Person point pof view - Limited
- Other Character's Reactions
- a A non-fiction story on a single topic.
- b How other characters react to the character being focused on.
- c A character that is fully described.Tend to be main characters of a story.
- d Narrator isn't a character in the story; only thouhgts of the main character are revealed.
- e A non-fiction piece of writing used to inform.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- The most important part of the story; promblem(s) occur
- A fictional story that can actually take place; the setting is a real life place; characters are not real people.
- Developement; builds up climax; Where Foreshadowing is usually found.
- 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.
- a comparison between two things that are basically unalike but have some similar qualities. Doesn't use the words like or as.
5 True/False Questions
Speech → A public address used to persuade, entertain, or inform a group of people; non-fiction.
Fable → Figure of speech that makesa comparrison between two unalike things using like or as
Static Character → Acharacter that is not fully described. Move the story along; minor characters.
First Person Point Of View → Narrator is a character in the story only that character's thoughts are revealed.
Setting; its role in a story → A characer whose personality doesn't change.