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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. symbolism
  2. simile
  3. protagonist
  4. theme
  5. 3rd person limited
  1. a the narrator tells the story through a character's perspective (recognized by he/she). We know the feelings and thoughts of ONE character
  2. b a comparison between two unlike things using like or as
  3. c the main character
  4. d the overall message of the story
  5. e when a character, object, setting, or situation represents an abstract concept

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the sequence of events in a story
  2. you have to piece together the overall message from the story
  3. the joining of two contradictory words to create one meaning
  4. the character in conflict with the main character
  5. when the audience knows something a character doesn't know

5 True/False questions

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

          

  2. foreshadowingthe place, time, and culture in which a story takes place

          

  3. metaphora comparison between two unlike things

          

  4. settinga comparison between two unlike things using like or as

          

  5. verbal ironywhen the audience knows something a character doesn't know