5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Secondary Source
- Limited view
- a A form of a noun or pronoun that indicates belonging to someone or something. (usually apostrophe and s. Michael's boat.
- b Correctness or precision.
- c Hinting at future events without actually telling them.
- d Text and/or artifacts that are not original, but written from something original (biographies, magazine articles, research papers).
- e In a story, the narrator is usually one of the characters and only knows what is going on in his own mind, not in other characters' minds.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Form of writing where the author is "all-knowing" and can share each character's thoughts or past.
- The sequence in which the author arranges events in a story. The structure often includes the rising action, the climax, the falling action and the resolution.
- A word or group of words in a writing which speak to one or more of the senses: sight, taste, touch, hearing and smell.
- The part of a story where the plot becomes increasingly complicated, leading up to the climax.
- The story of a person's life written by someone else.
5 True/False Questions
Expository Text → Text written to explain and give information about a topic.
Rhythm → Recounting in your own words a story or article that has just been read.
Assertion → Words that repeat beginning consonant sounds (Ted tiptoed toward two tiny trees.)
Resolution → Writing that is factual, not creative or fictional.
Evaluate → Writing which tells a story or relates events or dialogue