5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Historical Fiction
- a The playwright's technique of creating believable characters
- b The words the characters say
- c Literature that draws, in part, on real people and events to tell real invented stories.
- d The time and place where the story takes place
- e The conclusion of the story
5 Multiple choice questions
- Exaggeration or overstatement, either for comic effect either for comic effect or to express heightened emotion
- A theme that can be seen in stories in many different cultures and throughout many different time periods
- Written to be performed as radio broadcasts
- The people or animals in the story's action
- Deliberate exaggeration for comic effect
5 True/False questions
Legend → Stories based on fact that become less true with each retelling
Novels → Longer works of Fiction that contain the same elements as short stories (characters, plot, conflict, and setting)
Quests → The term, used for the scenery on stage that suggests the time and place of the action.
Oral Tradition → Stories usually told at festivals and around campfires, rather than in shared print.
Teleplays → Scripts for films