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2 Game Play Open 2 nd Slide, let the sound play. Click to 3 rd Slide, let the sound play. Click to 4 th Slide and show students the Game Board As you play the game, click on the YELLOW DOLLAR AMOUNT that the contestant calls, not the surrounding box. When the student answers, click anywhere on the screen to see the correct answer. Keep track of which questions have already been picked by printing out the game board screen (Slide 4) and checking off as you go. Click on the “House / Home Icon” box to return to the main scoreboard. Final Jeopardy – Go to Slide 3 and click “Final Jeopardy” button in the bottom right corner, click again for the Question, click again for final jeopardy sound, When that is finished playing click again for the answer slide.

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4 Final 100 ???

5 Literature Story Structure Standard 6 Genre Elements Genre

6 Physical or emotional attributes of a character described with adjectives

7 Character Traits

8 The difference between right and wrong; what was learned from the story

9 Moral or Lesson

10 Persons represented in plays, stories, or poems

11 Characters

12 A book or other printed work

13 Text

14 Support the main idea

15 Details

16 The story line or plan of the novel, text, or play

17 Plot

18 The main idea

19 Theme

20 The theme or central idea of a story

21 Central Message

22 Show how stories are similar

23 Compare

24 Show how stories are different

25 Contrast

26 Telling a story from the point of view of “I” or “we”

27 First Person

28 Telling a story without using “I” or “We”

29 Third Person

30 DAILY DOUBLE

31 Who is telling the story? Usually it is the main character

32 Point of View

33 Person who writes a story for others to read

34 Author

35 Someone who tells a story

36 Narrator

37 Rhythmic structure of a verse of poetry

38 Meter

39 How the syllables are stressed or unstressed in a poem

40 Rhythm

41 The actors in a performing arts piece

42 Casts

43 Actions or movements on stage

44 Stage Directions

45 Words spoken by characters in a story

46 Dialogue

47 A short tale that teaches a lesson or moral, often with animals

48 Folktale

49 Similar to poetry but it does not have rhythm or rhymes

50 Prose

51 A situation or event that creates an emotional effect

52 Drama

53 A belief or person that may not be able to be proven as real or true

54 Myth

55 A story told in a few words or lines that use figurative language, emotions and rhythm to explain the meaning

56 Poem

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58 The acronyms used to compare fiction paired passages

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60 STEPSA


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