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100 200 300 400 500 Short Story Terms CharactersPlot Figurative Language MORE Short Story Terms Mythology & Epic Poem
The time and place of the story. A 100
What is SETTING? A 100
The sequence of events in a story A 200
What is PLOT? A 200
A story with an ending that surprises or shocks; unexpected A 300
What is SURPRISE ENDING? A 300
A fake name or pen name of an author A 400
What is PSEUDONYM? A 400
The feeling of nervousness or excitement caused by the unknown, on the edge of your seat. A 500
What is SUSPENSE? A 500
character stays the same B 100
What is STATIC CHARACTER? B 100
Important to the plot and push the story along B 200
What are MAIN CHARACTERS? B 200
Know one or 2 things about a character B 300
What is FLAT CHARACTER? B 300
Character changes physically, emotionally B 400
What is DYNAMIC CHARACTER? B 400
Know many things (qualities); makes them realistic B 500
What is ROUND CHARACTER? B 500
The first hint of conflict C 100
What is COMPLICATION? C 100
The action that follows the climax working toward a resolution C 200
What is FALLING ACTION? C 200
The beginning part of the story that details background to characters and setting C 300
What is EXPOSITION? C 300
DAILY DOUBLE C 400 DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager
The turning point, or point of highest emotional intensity C 400
What is CLIMAX? C 400
The tying up of loose ends, or end of a story or conflict C 500
What is RESOLUTION? C 500
Giving human qualities to something non- human. D 100
What is PERSONIFICATION? D 100
A comparison of two things using like, as, or than. D 200
What is SIMILE? D 200
Words that stand for a greater meaning D 300
What is SYMBOLISM? D 300
A comparison of two things saying one thing is another; does not use like, as, or than D 400
What is METAPHOR? D 400
A conscious exaggeration used for effect D 500
What is HYPERBOLE? D 500
The life lesson relating to human nature E 100
What is THEME? E 100
A story with no ending E 200
What is a CLIFFHANGER? E 200
The vantage point from which a story is told E 300
What is POINT OF VIEW? E 300
A reference from one piece of literature to another famous piece of literature, art, history, or music E 400
What is ALLUSION? E 400
The difference between appearance and reality E 500
What is IRONY? E 500
The main character or hero F 100
What is PROTAGONIST? F 100
Oral stories that man created to explain the world and natural phenomena around him F 200
What is MYTH? F 200
Struggle between opposing forces F 300
What is CONFLICT? F 300
A journey is search of something of value, tangible or intangible F 400
What is QUEST? F 400
A nickname or descriptive phrase for a person, place, or object F 500
What is EPITHET? F 500
The Final Jeopardy Category is: IRONY Please record your wager. Click on screen to begin
When the reader or audience knows something that a character does not. Adds suspense. Whats behind the door? Click on screen to continue
What is DRAMATIC IRONY? Click on screen to continue
Thank You for Playing Jeopardy!
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Instructions for using this template. Remember this is Jeopardy, so where I have written “Answer” this is the prompt the students will see, and where.
THIS IS With Host... Your Figurative Language Story Elements Point of View Character Types Literary Devices Genres: Fiction- vs-
FICTION VOCABULARY. FICTION Stories that come from a writer’s imagination.
Short story terms A fond review. Plot Diagram Exposition The beginning of a story that introduces characters, setting, tone, and any important background.
Umm Al Qura University Faculty of Social Sciences English Department An Introduction to Fiction Introduction to Literature Mrs. Nadia Khawandanah.
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