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Vocab. For Lit. TEST REVIEW
Garret’s Question “Have you seen Tom?” George asked Sam. “I haven’t seen him at school and he isn’t answering my calls.” What is this an example of from this unit and why?
Isabella’s Question When Mrs. Barlo walked in, everyone was silent. No one dared to make a sound. What might be Mrs. Barlo’s personality?
Lynne’s Question She opened her eyes and got out of bed. Next she went downstairs and opened the fridge. Then she got out jelly and peanut butter. After that, she opened the peanut butter after the jelly. What did she open first?
Zak’s Question What are all the kinds of indirect characterization in order of the acronym we learned?
Brooke’s Question What is mood? How you feel about a story How the author feels about his/her story How you make pancakes
Sasha’s Question As I looked around the pool, I remembered what happened last year. A kid was swimming and he started to choke on the water. The life guard saved him, but now I am scared to swim. True or false: This is foreshadowing.
Valentina’s Question I’m in the corner of the classroom, all alone. I have no one next to me to talk with, no one to smile with. I guess being the new girl wasn’t as exciting as I thought. What is the point of view?
Valentina’s Question I’m in the corner of the classroom, all alone. I have no one next to me to talk with, no one to smile with. I guess being the new girl wasn’t as exciting as I thought. What is the best tone for the story? Sad Lonely Happy
Dayna’s Question Do you have to infer when the author gives you direct or indirect characterization?
Lily’s Question What is the sequence of plot structure? (6)
Femi’s Question Jane is a strong, independent African-American woman. Is this direct or indirect characterization?
Raghav’s Question Buy these amazing shoes! They are half off and are the best shoes ever. What is the author’s purpose for writing this passage?
Caitlin’s Question What is the character that opposes the main character called?
Chase’s Question He wears a short-sleeve shirt, shorts, and running shoes. What can you infer about what this character does?
Molly’s Question Who or what is the antagonist in Fever 1793? Mattie Eliza The yellow fever Grandfather
Katie T.’s Question Jim viciously tore through the halls, bulldozing people as he passed. What character traits does Jim have?
Amy’s Question The second she saw the blueberry muffin, she remembered how her grandma made some every day! Is this flashback or foreshadowing?
Anastasia’s Question What is the difference between mood and tone?
Natalie’s Question What are character traits?
Emerson’s Question What is the difference between first person and third person omniscient?
Katie M.’s Question “You are a beautiful butterfly!” What type of figurative language is this?
Kate’s Question What are four sequence words?
?’s Question If the author wants to amuse you, this is the short definition of… Persuade Entertain Inform Sadness
Alex’s Question What is third person limited?
Katie M.’s Question What are two key words for the term “flashback?”
Emerson’s Question What are four things an author would write that would inform?
Amy’s Question What form of figurative language is this?
Katie T.’s Question Which author’s purpose do you find the most interesting and why?
Raghav’s Question What pronouns are used for third person omniscient?
Femi’s Question Is “first” a sequencing word?
Sasha’s Question What is the definition of protagonist?