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E.O.G. Jeopardy! Poetry Elements EOG terms Story Elements Resources Author’s Purpose Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
Poetry Elements $100 A row of words in a poem.
$100 Answer Poetry Line
$200 Question Poetry Elements The person who is telling the poem.
$200 Answer from poetry elements Speaker
$300 Question from Poetry Elements A Japanese poem about nature containing three lines (5-7-5 pattern).
$300 Answer from poetry elements Haiku
$400 Question from Poetry Elements A comparison between two things using the words “like” or “as.”
$400 Answer from poetry elements Simile
$500 Question from Poetry Elements Creating a picture in the reader’s mind through the use of descriptive words.
$500 Answer from poetry elements Imagery
$100 Question from EOG terms Complete the sentence below using one of the following words: signify/trace She had to ________ her steps backwards to remember where she left her keys.
$100 Answer from EOG terms Trace
$200 Question from EOG Terms Complete the sentence below using one of the following words: Compare/contrast When Pete __________ the two stories he found that the settings were similar.
$200 Answer from EOG Terms Compare
$300 Question from EOG Terms Complete the sentence below using one of the following words: Conclude/predict Please __________ what will happen in the future based on what you already know.
$300 Answer from EOG Terms Predict
$400 Question from EOG Terms Complete the sentence below using one of the following words: Formulate/summarize ____________ the book you have read in two sentences or less, being sure to include main idea.
$400 Answer from EOG Terms Summarize
$500 Question from EOG Terms Complete the sentence below using one of the following words: Signify/infer What can you ________ about the main character based on his behavior?
$500 Answer from EOG Terms Infer
$100 Question from Story Elements The events of a story.
$100 Answer from story elements Plot
$200 Question from Story Elements The perspective of the person telling the story.
$200 Answer from story elements Point of view
$300 Question from Story Elements The feeling an author creates to make you feel a certain way.
$300 Answer from story elements Mood
$400 Question from Story Elements The conversations between characters, usually shown in quotation marks.
$400 Answer from story elements Dialogue
$500 Question from Story Elements The lesson an author communicates to the reader through his/her story.
$500 Answer from story elements Theme
$100 Question from Resources A true piece of literature person writes about him/herself.
$100 Answer from resources autobiography
$200 Question from Resources The “information super highway.”
$200 Answer from resources Internet
$300 Question from Resources A book containing maps of continents, countries, or states.
$300 Answer from resources Atlas
$400 Question from Resources A source of information that comes directly from the source.
$400 Answer from resources Primary Source
$500 Question from Resources A yearly published book containing facts from that year and the previous years.
$500 Answer from resources Almanac
$100 Question from Author’s Purpose How an author writes that conveys his/her feelings.
$100 Answer from author’s purpose Tone
$200 Question from Author’s Purpose A way of presenting an issue without seeing both sides… a strong opinion about a topic that influences a writer.
$200 Answer from author’s purpose Bias
$300 Question from Author’s Purpose Writing that tries to persuade the reader based on their emotions and not on fact. It can be used in pictures, movies, music, and advertisements.
$300 Answer from author’s purpose Propaganda
$400 Question from Author’s Purpose The reason/cause an author writes.
$400 Answer from Author’s Purpose Purpose
$500 Question from Author’s Purpose A broad statement that could apply to more than one situation.
$500 Answer from author’s purpose Generalization
Final Jeopardy A writing tool an author uses including hyperbole, onomatopoeia, analogies, etc.
Final Jeopardy Answer Figurative Language
Prose Fiction CHAPTER 6 PowerPoint Presentation by JoAnn Yaworski
Elements of Non-Fiction
TPCASTT (a way to Analyze Poetry)
Every writer has a purpose in mind when he/she writes. The purpose that the writer chooses will determine what kind of style, word choice, and structure.
Jeopardy List 1List 2List 3List 4 List 5 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy.
ELEMENTS OF LITERATURE
Repetitive sounds Alliteration. Repetitive sounds Alliteration.
Elements of NONFICTION. PURPOSE: reasons for writing POINT OF VIEW: perspective or opinion about a subject TONE: attitude projected by certain words.
TYPES OF POETRY. NARRATIVE POEMS A Narrative Poem combines elements of fiction and poetry to tell a story Like short stories, they usually include characters,
Tone and Mood Notes.
E. Campofredano Double EOG Jeopardy Poetry Elements EOG Terms Figurative Language Story Elements EOG Format Q $200 Q $400 Q $600 Q $800 Q $1000 Q $200.
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.
... Tips for Reading Tests Read the questions first. Read the entire passage. Learn the question types. Base your answers on information from.
Essay Writing Elements of the Essay.
Test Taking Tips How to help yourself with multiple choice and short answer questions for reading selections A. Caldwell.
Mood Introductory video: “Tone and Mood in Literature”
STAAR Review. Usually topic, main idea and details are pertaining to non-fiction Topic – Broad subject of a text Main Idea – What the passage is mainly.
Literary Elements! Fiction Stories that come from a writer’s imagination are called fiction. Stories that come from a writer’s imagination are called.
Rules Always answer in the form of a question 50 points deducted for wrong answer.
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