5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- point of view
- subjective truth
- a relative position or angle from which a thing is seen or a question is considered
- b the feeling conveyed by the author's attitude toward his subject and by the particular way in which he writes about it
- c the idea, universal truth, or commentary on life or people emphasized by a literary work
- d The author incorporates personal experiences into his writing or projects into the narrative his personal disposition, judgments, values, and feelings.
- e an account of a person's life written by someone else
5 Multiple choice questions
- an account of a person's life written by himself
- a general principle or conclusion which is drawn from an examination of details
- a term used in a discussion of style to identify the person or personality speaking in a literary work
- an authoritative and artistic (usually film) presentation which depicts the facts about an event or social, historical or cultural phenomenon
- records and presents topics of current interest to the public through news media; journalists present facts and describe situations without attempting to interpret them.
5 True/False questions
memoir → Taken from a private diary or journal, it is the day-to-day record of events in a person's life, written for personal use and pleasure. It tells of the people and events that the author has known or witnessed.
formal essay → the author assumes a tone of intimacy with his audience, tends to deal with everyday things rather than with public affairs or specialized topics, and writes in a relaxed, self-revelatory, and often whimsical fashion
journal → a record of experiences, ideas, or reflections kept regularly for private use
objective truth → The author presents situations or the characters' thoughts, feelings, and actions in a detached, noncommittal manner
essay → Bias occurs when an author prejudices the audience in favor of one side of an issue by not covering the topic fairly. Bias should be avoided in nonfiction writing