$100 Question: Poetry Good coffee is like friendship: rich and warm and strong.
$100 Answer: Poetry What is a Simile?
$200 Question: Poetry Crash Bang Boom Flush Swoosh Buzz
$200 Answer: Poetry What is Onomatopoeia?
$300 Question: Poetry This varies from the norms of literal language. It does not mean exactly what it says, but instead forces the reader to make an imaginative leap in order to comprehend an author's point.
$300 Answer: Poetry What is Figurative Language?
$400 Question: Poetry "I violated the Noah rule: predicting rain doesn't count; building arks does." ~~Warren Buffett
$400 Answer: Poetry What is allusion?
$500 Question: Poetry The protagonist of a poem.
$500 Answer: Poetry Who is the speaker or narrator?
$100 Question: Fiction The life lesson in a literary work.
$100 Answer: Fiction What is theme?
$200 Question: Fiction A device a writer uses to hint at a future course of action.
$200 Answer: Fiction What is foreshadowing?
$300 Question: Fiction The use of one object to represent another in a work of literature.
$300 Answer: Fiction What is symbolism?
$400 Question: Fiction When a person, situation, statement, or circumstance, in a literary work, is not as it would actually seem. Many times it is the exact opposite of what it appears to be.
$400 Answer: Fiction What is irony?
$500 Question: Fiction The four types of conflict in a literary work.
$500 Answer: Fiction What are: Man vs. Man Man vs. Society Man vs. Nature Man vs. Self?
$100 Question: Grammar The correctly written sentence: A. Screaming at her friend, Samanthas face turned bright red. B. Soaring, through the air the eagles swooped down to their nest. C. Running, during lunch, the track team prepared for the state meet.
$100 Answer: Grammar What is A?
$200 Question: Grammar The correctly written sentence: A. Her two sisters Betty and Sue were punching each other in the back seat. B. Sally, the girl with the yellow jacket waved at me to join her for lunch. C. His chemistry book, the one with the blue cover, was kicked across the floor.
$200 Answer: Grammar What is C?
$300 Question: Grammar The correctly written sentence: A. Sara wandered into class without looking where she was going; so she was totally surprised when she ran into the wall. B. Stephen met many new friends while at summer camp, but he hoped many of them would be his friends for the rest of his life. C. Ferdinand thought for many days about what he wanted to buy his mom for Mothers day, and bought flowers.
$300 Answer: Grammar What is B?
$400 Question: Grammar The correctly written sentence: A.Bob and me went to Taco Bell after school and had lunch with a group of girls. B.After many hours of shopping, mom gave presents to both my twin sister and I for our birthday. C.Behind the school, Charlie and we girls played basketball all afternoon. D.If I give the ball to you and he will you two play nice?
$400 Answer: Grammar What is C?
$500 Question: Grammar The correctly written sentence: A. Where are we going to put theyre presents? B.The girls cat was lost for days, and she cried herself to sleep each night. C.The childrens playground was filled with their toys and trash. D. Watch out! Dont step on its paw or the cat will scratch yourre leg.
$500 Answer: Grammar What is B?
$100 Question: Context Clues A sleuth, such as Sherlock Holmes, can be very helpful in solving crimes.
$100 Answer: Context Clues What is detective?
$200 Question: Context Clues The apple didnt appease my hunger. I need another piece of pie.
$200 Answer: Context Clues What is satisfy?
$300 Question: Context Clues Unlike his quiet and low key family, Brad is garrulous.
$300 Answer: Context Clues What is loud and obnoxious?
$400 Question: Context Clues Lourdes is always trying to please the boss to get ahead. She is such a sycophant, she doesn't care what others think of her behavior.
$400 Answer: Context Clues Who is someone who tries to please others for their own gain?
$500 Question: Context Clues I took the tome off the shelf and turned to page 94.
$500 Answer: Context Clues What is book?
$100 Question: Potpourri The acronym: P.E.A.
$100 Answer: Potpourri What is: Point Evidence Analysis?
$200 Question: Potpourri Example: When riding down the hill on his skateboard, Bob was traveling faster than the speed of light.
$200 Answer: Potpourri What is hyperbole?
$300 Question: Potpourri When you are reading and you put two and two together to figure out what is happening.
$300 Answer: Potpourri What is inference?
$400 Question: Potpourri The four types of point of view.
$400 Answer: Potpourri What are: first person second person third person limited third person omniscient?
$500 Question: Potpourri What every constructed response requires.
$500 Answer: Potpourri What is: evidence, examples, or support?
Final Jeopardy What snack does Mrs. Becker feel should be its own food group???