5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Third Person Limited Narrator
- Rising Action
- Typical Plot
- a a series of events that creates new problems; The struggle between the opposing forces increases in intensity. The plot "thickens."
- b This is the highest point of interest or emotional intensity, the point toward which all the action leads, the turning point. Something has to happen in order to solve the problem(s).
- c tells the story and knows everything about the protagonist or main character
- d 1. Conflict 2. Rising Action 3. Climax 4. Falling Action 5. Resolution
- e the main idea or underlying meaning, the moral, the lesson, the story's message about life
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- person against another person; person against society
- the way the character looks; an element of characterization
- the way the character acts and reacts; an element of characterization
- a character in the story and is personally affected by plot and setting: uses pronouns such as "I," "We," "My," and "Our" in the narrative
- the time and place in which the action occurs; Setting contributes strongly to the mood and overall atmosphere of a scene.
5 True/False Questions
personality → the struggle between two opposing forces, the problem that must be solved; three main types: man against man, man against nature, and man against himself
Characterization → made up of three elements: appearance, personality, and behavior
man against himself → person against another person; person against society
Falling Action → the part of the story in which the conflict becomes unraveled, and the stage is set for the final event
Third Person Omniscient Narrator → knows what all characters, protagonists (good guys) and antagonists (bad guys), think, feel, and do