5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- didactic tradition
- Concrete Poetry (also known as shaped verse or pattern poetry):
- character size
- Bang, Molly
- a pictures pick a particular moment in verbal text and adds to them
- b instructive, clear lesson or moral
- c large- power, dominance
small- weakness, submissiveness
- d When Sophie Gets Angry, Really Really Angry .
- e the arrangement of the words on the page is in a shape or pattern that reflects the content in some way. (Livingston, "Whispers")
5 Multiple choice questions
- "Pied Piper of Franchville"
- The narrative structure or arrangement of events in a story, novel, or play.
- Characters are the people or beings in a literary work. Characterization consists of the elements that communicate who or what the characters are. Descriptions, actions, comments from other characters can all contribute to characterization.
- explicit or dictionary meaning of a word
- A set of beliefs underlying the customs, habits, and practices common to a given social group. To members of that group, the beliefs seem obviously true, natural, and even universally applicable. They may seem just as obviously arbitrary, idiosyncratic, and even false to those who adhere to another ideology. Within a society, several ideologies may coexist; one or more of these may be dominant.
5 True/False questions
nonsense tradition → playful, absurd language and/or content funny
visual text → descriptions of sensory experiences; images that appeal to sight, touch, taste, smell, and/or sound
elements of day to day experiences → playful, absurd language and/or content funny
McKissack, Patricia and Jerry Pinkney → Mirandy and Brother Wind (1988).
Imagery → explicit comparison using "like" or "as."