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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Scenes
  2. Fiction
  3. Heroes and Heroines
  4. Monologue
  5. Script
  1. a Larger than life figures whose virtues and deeds are often celebrated in stories from the oral tradition
  2. b The Written form of a play
  3. c Prose writing that tells about characters and events from the author's imagination
  4. d Acts divided into parts
  5. e A long, uninterrupted speech that is spoken by a single character

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Long narrative poems about larger-than-life heroes who engage in dangerous journeys
  2. Literature that draws, in part, on real people and events to tell real invented stories.
  3. Stories based on fact that become less true with each retelling
  4. The people or animals in the story's action
  5. A message about life that a story conveys to its reader

5 True/False questions

  1. Author's StyleQualities that can affect his or her thoughts, decisions, and actions


  2. To PersuadeSpeeches and editorials are often written to convince an audience to convince an audience of a certain idea or opinion


  3. MythologyA collection of myths


  4. DialogueThe words the characters say


  5. ScreenplaysScripts written for television and often contain similar elements as a screenplay