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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Teleplays
  2. Short Stories
  3. Theme
  4. Fables
  5. Stage Directions
  1. a Scripts written for television and often contain similar elements as a screenplay
  2. b A message about life that a story conveys to its reader
  3. c Brief works of fiction made up of plot, character, setting, plot, conflict, setting, point of view and theme.
  4. d Brief stories that often feature animals that act like humans
  5. e Sets of bracketed information to the cast, crew and readers of the drama about sound effects, actions, and sets.

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Expressions such as"It's raining cats and dogs!" that develop in a language, region, community, or class of people that cannot be understood literally
  2. Often contrasted with comedy, in a tragedy events lead to the downfall of the main character
  3. Exaggeration or overstatement, either for comic effect either for comic effect or to express heightened emotion
  4. The words the characters say
  5. Literature that draws, in part, on real people and events to tell real invented stories.

5 True/False questions

  1. Universal ThemeA theme that can be seen in stories in many different cultures and throughout many different time periods

          

  2. CharactersThe people or animals in the story's action

          

  3. Tall TalesScripts written for television and often contain similar elements as a screenplay

          

  4. ScenesActs divided into parts

          

  5. Third-Person Point of ViewThe perspective of a narrator outside the story