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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. metaphor
  2. plot
  3. theme
  4. falling action
  5. symbolism
  1. a a comparison between two unlike things
  2. b the sequence of events in a story
  3. c the overall message of the story
  4. d when a character, object, setting, or situation represents an abstract concept
  5. e the part of the plot arc in which the conflict begins to wrap up, the logical reason of the climax

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. giving human qualities to a non-living or non-human object
  2. a character who changes throughout the story (doesn't mean death)
  3. the narrator tells the story from a perspective of an outside character (recongnized by he/she). We know the feelings and thoughts of ALL characters
  4. the joining of two contradictory words to create one meaning
  5. using hints to give the reader clues as to what will happen in the story

5 True/False questions

  1. static charactera character who stays the same throughout the whole story

          

  2. stated themenarrator tells you the overall message directly

          

  3. expositionthe part of the plot arc in which characters and setting are introduced

          

  4. situational ironythe outcome is the opposite of what you expect

          

  5. 1st personoverexaggeration

          

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