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100 200 300 400 500 Figurative Language Story Elements Point of View Character Types Literary Devices Genres: Fiction- vs- Non-fiction 100
A comparison using “like” or “as” ex) She is as fast as a cheetah. A 100
What is a simile? A 100
A comparison without using “like” or “as” ex) The stars are diamonds in the sky. A 200
What is a metaphor? A 200
Giving human qualities or characteristics to a non-living thing ex) The leaves danced in the wind. A 300
What is personification? A 300
An exaggeration ex) Her smile was a mile wide. A 400
What is hyperbole? A 400
An expression or phrase that is not meant to be taken literally. ex) That quiz was a piece of cake! A 500
What is idiom? A 500
The animal or person telling the story B 100
Who is the narrator? B 100
The time and place (when & where) the story takes place B 200
What is setting? B 200
The problem that occurs in the story. (*Can be internal or external) man-vs-man man-vs-self man-vs-nature man-vs-society B 300
What is conflict? B 300
The order of events that occur in a story. climax rising actionfalling action introductionconclusion B 400
What is plot? B 400
The underlying message, moral, or lesson of a story B 500
What is theme? B 500
The story is being told by a narrator who is in the story using “I” C 100
What is first person point of view? C 100
The story is told from a narrator who is outside of the story; The narrator knows the thoughts and feelings of only one character C 200
What is third person limited point of view? C 200
The story is told by a narrator who is outside of the story; The narrator knows the thoughts and feelings of multiple characters C 300
What is third person omniscient point of view? C 300
DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager
The author’s ideas are presented with their own personal opinions or judgments (*these ideas can be based on facts, but they are the author’s own interpretation of the facts and are based on their own personal perspective) C 400
What are subjective ideas? C 400
The author’s ideas are based on observable information that can be proven; the ideas are unbiased C 500
What are objective ideas? C 500
The character in a work of fiction who works against the protagonist. D 100
Who is the antagonist? D 100
Characters who embody a single quality or character trait ex) Stoneman & Black (firemen) in Fahrenheit 451 D 200
What are flat characters? D 200
Characters who are complex and fully developed with multiple traits ex) Montag D 300
What is a round character? D 300
Characters that do not change from the beginning of the story to the end. ex) Clarisse D 400
What is a static character? D 400
Characters that change throughout a story ex) Montag D 500
What is a dynamic character? D 500
The use of an object or idea as representation to stand for something else E 100
What is symbolism? E 100
Language that appeals to the senses (sight, hear, feel, smell, taste) E 200
What are sensory details? E 200
The use of sensory details to create a mental picture. E 300
What is imagery? E 300
A interruption in a story that transitions to an earlier event or scene in the past E 400
What is flashback? E 400
The use of hints and clues to suggest that something will happen later in the story E 500
What is foreshadowing? E 500
A piece of fiction that is believable and could happen in real life F 100
What is realistic fiction? F 100
A piece of fiction that is set in a specific time in history and can include actual historical figures F 200
What is historical fiction? F 200
A piece of fiction that is set in a time or place with futuristic elements or in which technology has reshaped society F 300
What is science fiction? F 300
A piece of non-fiction that is written by a person about his or her own life. F 400
What is an autobiography? F 400
A piece of non-fiction in which a writer tells the life story of another person F 500
What is a biography? F 500
The Final Jeopardy Category is: Author’s Purpose Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin
Author’s Purpose: What are the 3 major reasons for writing? Click on screen to continue
1)Inform 2)Entertain 3)Persuade Click on screen to continue
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