5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Third person point of view - Omniscent
- Thoughts, speech, and actions
- Flat Character
- a A public address used to persuade, entertain, or inform a group of people; non-fiction.
- b A character's thoughts, speech or , actions that reflect on his/her personality.
- c Acharacter that is not fully described. Move the story along; minor characters.
- d A fictional story where characters are involved with supernatrual beings such as gods, monsters, and "powerful" people.
- e Narrator isn't a character in the story; all character's thoughts afre revealed.
5 Multiple choice questions
- Gives unhuman things human qualities.
- A non-fiction piece of writing used to inform.
- A fictional story involving science and/or the future; setting is usually outer space, a lab, ect.;the characters can be realistic, but sometimes they are futuristic.
- Narrator is a character in the story only that character's thoughts are revealed.
- Narrator isn't a character in the story, but speaks directly to another Character
5 True/False questions
Physical Apperance → A non-fiction piece of writing usually found in the back of a book toshow readers where the authors found their information.
Protagonist → The "hero" of the story; good guy
Antagonist → The "hero" of the story; good guy
Similes → Type of traditional literature. A fictional story where the problem can relate to peoples lives; a moral lesson is usually taught.
Metephor → A fictional story which was passed down from one to another; usually has to do with heroic accomplishments.