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Jeopardy Short Story Terms Vocabulary IronyConflictPlot Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Q $100 Q $200 Q $300 Q $400 Q $500 Final Jeopardy
$100 Question from H1 What is a protagonist?
$100 Answer from H1 Character that faces the conflict Usually the main character Character we like “Good Guy”
$200 Question from H1 What is the antagonist ?
$200 Answer from H1 Character that creates the conflict Villain or “Bad Guy” of the story
$300 Question from H1 What is mood?
$300 Answer from H1 The feeling that the READER gets
$400 Question from H1 What is suspense?
$400 Answer from H1 The feeling of anticipation (waiting for the unknown) that the author creates
$500 Question from H1 What is meant by foreshadowing?
$500 Answer from H1 Hints or clues that the authors provides
$100 Question from H2 What is a flashback?
$100 Answer from H2 When the author or a character goes back in time to tell a story or remember a certain event
$200 Question from H2 What is meant by a static character?
$200 Answer from H2 A character that stays the same; their ideas or views do not change
$300 Question from H2 What is a dynamic character ?
$300 Answer from H2 A character that changes in some way. It must be through thoughts, ideas, or view on life.
$400 Question from H2 What is theme?
$400 Answer from H2 The big idea, or central message of the story.
$500 Question from H2 What information should be included in setting? Give 2 items.
$500 Answer from H2 Time Place Characters Mood Weather
$100 Question from H3 Name 2 of the 3 types of Irony.
$100 Answer from H3 Verbal, Dramatic, Situational
$200 Question from H3 Explain verbal irony.
$200 Answer from H3 When a character says one thing and means the opposite
$300 Question from H3 Explain situational irony.
$300 Answer from H3 When the reader knows something that characters in the story do not.
$400 Question from H3 What is dramatic irony?
$400 Answer from H3 When information is a surprise to all.
$500 Question from H3 In “The Lottery,” the fact that the winner is stoned to death would be an example of what type of irony?
$500 Answer from H3 Dramatic Irony
$100 Question from H4 What are the two broad types of conflict?
$100 Answer from H4 Internal and External
$200 Question from H4 Name 2 types of external conflict
$200 Answer from H4 Man vs. Man Man vs. Nature Man vs. Society Man vs. Fate Man vs. Supernatural Man vs. technology
$300 Question from H4 Eric is driving down the highway when emergency sirens begin to sound. There is a tornado coming his way. What type of conflict is this?
$300 Answer from H4 External; Man Vs. Nature
$400 Question from H4 Steven is trying to decide which vehicle to purchase. The car is good on gas, but he always wanted a truck. What type of conflict is this?
$400 Answer from H4 Internal; Man Vs. Self
$500 Question from H4 Provide an example of external conflict and tell me which category it falls under.
$500 Answer from H4
$100 Question from H5 What is introduction/exposition? What should be included here?
$100 Answer from H5 Setting, Mood, Characters
$200 Question from H5 Explain inciting incident.
$200 Answer from H5 The first bit of action. Introduction of conflict.
$300 Question from H5 Explain climax.
$300 Answer from H5 The point of highest emotion. The “ah-ha” moment in the story.
$400 Question from H5 What is resolution?
$400 Answer from H5 The conflict is resolved. The conclusion.
$500 Question from H5 How many events should be in rising action? How many events in falling action? How long should your resolution be?
$500 Answer from H5 Rising Action – 3 events Falling Action – 2 events Resolution – 1 sentence
Final Jeopardy What are the 6 elements of plot? List them in order.
Final Jeopardy Answer Exposition/Introduction Inciting Incident Rising Action Climax Falling Action Resolution
STORY ELEMENTS MS. DAVIS. Setting LOCATION AND TIME IN WHICH THE STORY TAKES PLACE (FOUND IN THE INTRODUCTION OF THE STORY)
Elements of a Short Story Mrs. Smith – English 9A.
Elements of a Story What you need to know!.
Short Story Unit Notes.
Short story terms A fond review. Plot Diagram Exposition The beginning of a story that introduces characters, setting, tone, and any important background.
SHORT STORY TERMS A FOND REVIEW. PLOT DIAGRAM Exposition: background information Inciting Moment: the moment or event that starts the plot moving forward.
Story Elements: What Makes a Good Story?. What elements make a good story? setting protagonist antagonist characterization plot conflict exposition rising.
Introduction to Literary Elements Short Story Unit Literature & Composition.
What parts make up a story?
Elements of Story Review Notes. Plot All the events in a story – from beginning to end 1. Exposition 2. Rising Action/ Complications 3. Climax 4. Falling.
Elements of Fiction. The plot structure is simply the progress of the action of the story: What happens to whom and when. Plot Structure.
Literary Terms Notes Get Happy! Get Excited! Fun! Fun! Fun! It’s Time for… Here it comes… Woooo-hoooo! yippy! Oh…the suspense…
LITERATURE CIRCLES Story Elements. PROTAGONIST The central character of a story Physical description Personality How they react to situations.
Al Oruba International Schools English Department grade 6 Literature Girls’ Section.
Short Story Elements. What is a short story? A brief, imaginative narrative containing few characters, simple plot, conflict, and suspense which leads.
Elements of a Story What you need to know! Story Elements Setting Characters Plot Conflict Resolution Point of View Theme.
THE ELEMENTS OF LITERATURE PLOT STRUCTURE. Plot Structure Setting Complications Climax Resolution E F D C Character Conflict B A.
Literature Notes Review The problem or struggle in a story Answer: Conflict.
Elements of a Short Story. Setting Time Place Surrounding ideas, customs, values, and beliefs.
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