6 Written questions
5 Multiple choice questions
- Central idea(s) in a piece of literature. Author's message.
- The story's beginning where characters, setting, mood, and point of view are extablished; "plunges the reader into the story"
- The author uses "he" or "she" or "it" to create what kind of narrator?
- The author uses "i" or "we" to create what kind of narrator?
- The sequence of events that take place; how the story unfolds; what happens in the story.
5 True/False questions
style → Way or method the author uses to tell the story. Many authors have a certain ________.
genre → Distinctive type of literary writing. Some novels are fiction, non-fiction, mystery, romance.
antagonist → The main character--often the "good guy."
characterization → The author uses what people say about them, what the characters say, themselves, and what the narrator says to depict a character.
protagonist → The person or thing against the main character.