Literary Terms Parts 1-4

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Parts 1-4, 8th Grade Reading/Spelling

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Question 1

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(Introduction) sets up the story by telling us about the setting, characters, and conflict.
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  • Exposition
  • Rising Action
  • Theme
  • Plot

Question 2

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main events in the story that lead to the climax of the story.
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  • Exposition
  • Climax
  • Rising Action
  • Plot

Question 3

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The most emotional or suspenseful moment in a story.
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  • Open Plot
  • Theme
  • Climax
  • Resolution

Question 4

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When the character's problem is solved.
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  • Theme
  • Main Idea
  • Exposition
  • Resolution

Question 5

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What is a Plot?
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  • the main events in the story that lead to the climax of the story.
  • series of related events that make up a story.
  • story has a resolution.
  • the most emotional or suspenseful moment in a story.

Question 6

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the idea about life revealed in a work of literature (central message or lesson taught by a story)
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  • Theme
  • Main Idea
  • Closed Plot
  • Open Plot

Question 7

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What is the Main Idea?
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  • Who knows!!!
  • Who cares.
  • What the story is mainly about.
  • When the character's problem is solved.

Question 8

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story stops at the climax: has no resolution.
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  • Theme
  • Main Idea
  • Closed Plot
  • Open Plot

Question 9

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story has a resolution
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  • Closed Plot
  • Main Idea
  • Open Plot
  • Rising Action

Question 10

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A struggle or clash between opposing forces
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  • Internal Conflict
  • External Conflict
  • Conflict
  • Man vs. Man

Question 11

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a character has to battle with what seems to be and uncontrollable problem
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  • Man vs. Fate
  • Man vs. Man

Question 12

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a character struggles inside and has trouble deciding what to do.
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  • Man vs. Himself
  • Man vs. Fate

Question 13

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One character has a problem with one or more of the other characters
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  • Man vs. Fate
  • Man vs. Man

Question 14

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conflict in which a character struggles against some outside force
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  • Internal Conflict
  • Climax
  • External Conflict
  • Conflict, Conflict, and more Conflict

Question 15

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Man vs. Nature
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  • one character has a problem with one or more of the other characters
  • a character has to battle with what seems to be an uncontrollable problem.
  • a character has a problem or conflict with nature.

Question 16

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conflict that takes place within a character's mind; struggle between opposing needs, desires, or emotions.
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  • Internal Conflict
  • External Conflict
  • Just good ole conflict!!
  • Point of View

Question 17

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a character has a problem with ideas, customs or practices of other people
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  • Man vs. Nature
  • Man vs. Society
  • Man vs. Man
  • Man vs. Himself

Question 18

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the vantage point from which a story is told
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  • Climax
  • Conflict
  • Point of View

Question 19

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Third Person Omniscient Point of View-the narrator is not a character in the story and is "all knowing" able to reveal the thoughts and feelings of any character and to describe events from the viewpoint of an character.
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  • True
  • False

Question 20

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the narrator is not a character in the story and reveals the thoughts and feelings of one character; basically telling the story through that character's experiences.
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  • Second Person Point of View
  • First Person Point of View
  • Third Person Omniscient Point of View
  • Third Person Limited Point of View

Question 21

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The narrator (I) is a character in the story that can reveal his or her own thoughts and can tell what is seen or heard about others.
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  • Third Person Omniscient Point of View
  • Third Person Limited Point of View
  • First Person Point of View
  • Second Person Point of View

Question 22

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the narrator addresses the reader directly using the pronoun "you"
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  • Third Person Omniscient Point of View
  • Third Person Limited Point of View
  • First Person Point of View
  • Second Person Point of View

Question 23

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a descriptive detail, plot pattern, character type or them that recurs in many different cultures.
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  • Archetype
  • Characterization
  • Protagonist

Question 24

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Method used to show characters.
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  • Archetype
  • Characterization
  • Indirect Charactrization

Question 25

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you learn about the character through actions and words of the character.
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  • Archetype
  • Characterization
  • Indirect Characterization

Question 26

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the author tells you about the character
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  • Protagonist
  • Direct Characterization
  • Antagonist

Question 27

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Main character/hero
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  • Protagonist
  • Antagonist
  • Flat Character
  • Round Character
  • Static Character
  • Dynamic Character

Question 28

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Villain/Opposition
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  • Protagonist
  • Antagonist
  • Flat Character
  • Round Character
  • Static Character
  • Dynamic Character

Question 29

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One dimensional; see only one part of personality.
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  • Dynamic Character
  • Round Character
  • Flat Character
  • Static Character

Question 30

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See all aspects of the character's personality.
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  • Dynamic Character
  • Static Character
  • Round Character
  • Flat Character

Question 31

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Character doesn't change.
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  • Flat Character
  • Round Character
  • Dynamic Character
  • Static Character

Question 32

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Character changes throughout the story.
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  • Dynamic Character
  • Static Character
  • Round Character
  • Flat Character
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