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Jeopardy Literary Terms FreakwordsKnightsAnalogies Q $200 Q $400 Q $600 Q $800 Q $1000 Q $200 Q $400 Q $600 Q $800 Q $1000 Jeopardy
$200 Answer from Literary Terms A reference to something, which the writer believes the audience will understand: “Beware the force, earthling” (Philbrick 58).
$200 Question from Literary Terms What is an allusion?
$400 Answer from Literary Terms Character development; how a reader gets to know a character
$400 Question from Literary Terms What is characterization?
$600 Answer from Literary Terms A universal and recurring theme, symbol, pattern, role, etc. Example: The damsel in distress; the trainer (wise man); the hero
$600 Question from Literary Terms What is an archetype?
$800 Answer from Literary Terms As a result of a writer’s specific word choice, the way a reader feels
$800 Question from Literary Terms What is mood?
$1000 Answer from Literary Terms Conveyed through specific word choices, punctuation, and/or textual features, the way a writer feels about a particular topic or situation
$1000 Question from Literary Terms What is tone?
$200 Answer from Freakwords Undefeated in battle: “That’s the truth, the whole truth. The ___________ truth...”
$200 Question from Freakwords What is unvanquished?
$400 Answer from Freakwords A standard procedure to facilitate breathing: “It’s called a _________.”
$400 Question from Freakwords What is tracheotomy?
$600 Answer from Freakwords A person, especially a young one, endowed with exceptional abilities: “Talk about a ________... One year old, and he’s on his way to ninth grade.”
$600 Question from Freakwords What is prodigy?
$800 Answer from Freakwords A departure from what is usual or expected: “Dr. Spivak says my unique status as a marvel of genetic __________makes me an object of intense curiosity.”
$800 Question from Freakwords What is aberration?
$1000 Answer from Freakwords The path of a projectile or other moving body through space: “They’ve locked on to us. Their _________ is converging.”
$1000 Question from Freakwords What is trajectory
$200 Answer from Knights A martial game between horsemen, who use lances to try to knock their opponents of their horses
$200 Question from Knights What is jousting?
$400 Answer from Knights A knight’s code of honor, steeped in selflessness, loyalty, and courtesy
$400 Question from Knights What is chivalry?
$600 Answer from Knights The role of a knight in training at the age of seven
$600 Question from Knights What is a page?
$800 Answer from Knights The step-four role of a knight in training, when a page reached the age of fourteen
$800 Question from Knights What is a squire?
$1000 Answer from Knights King Author’s queen and his chief knight’s (Sir Lancelot) lover; the character from the legend to whom Freak’s mother is compared
$1000 Question from Knights Who is the fair Queen Guinevere?
$200 Answer from Analogies Gram : grandmother :: Grim : ______________.
$200 Question from Analogies What is grandfather?
$400 Answer from Analogies The Fair Gwen : Freak’s mother :: a reference : an ______________.
$400 Question from Analogies What is allusion?
$600 Answer from Analogies Iggy : a drunkard :: Kenny Kane : ________.
$600 Answer from Analogies What is a murderer?
$800 Answer from Analogies Optimum : maximum :: point of view : ____________.
$800 Question from Analogies What is perspective?
$1000 Answer from Analogies A word’s dictionary definition : denotation :: the thought’s and feelings evoked by a word : _________________.
$1000 Question from Analogies What is connotation?
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