5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Free Verse
- Turning point
- a The key moment in a story when the fate of the hero or heroine is clear. Example: the falling action.
- b Poetry that dosen't have a fixed line length, Stanza form, Rhyme scheme, or meter. Example: Random Poetry.
- c A very breif story told to teach a moral leason. Example: The book Red Riding Hood
- d A figure of speech that uses exaggeration or overstatement for effect. Example: Extreme Exaggeration
- e The Attitude a writer conveys about some aspect of his subject or work, identified through word choice. Example: attitude and sympathetity
5 Multiple choice questions
- The general mood or feeling established in a work of literature. Example: Mood or Feeling
- The events of a story; action over time. Example: The main event
- The comparison of two dissimilar things, oftentimes things, oftentimes by expressing that one thing is actually the other. Comparing without using like or as. Example: Her eyes were a meadow grass green.
- A variety of language belonging to a particular time, place, or social group. Example: A way of talking
- The main character in a story or drama who the reader or aidience sympathizes with. No example
5 True/False questions
foreshadowing → An expression that reveals the truth although it may seem, at first, to be cobtradictory & untrue. Example: A Riddle
Rising action → The events in a drama that lead up to the turning point, when the fate of the main character becomes clear. Example: The ending....
Personification → The events in a drama that lead up to the turning point, when the fate of the main character becomes clear. Example: The ending....
Theme → Generally, the repetiyion of accented vowel sounds; three tpes include:
End rhyme: places the rhyme at the end of a line of verse.
Internal Rhyme: Repeates sounds with within lines.
Approximate Rhyme: Rhymed words are close, but not exact.
Onomatopoeia → The general mood or feeling established in a work of literature. Example: Mood or Feeling