Media non-fiction quiz

Sarah Holmes
Quiz by Sarah Holmes, updated more than 1 year ago
Sarah Holmes
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A 10 question end of topic quiz for learners to revise and test their understanding of key features of media non-fiction texts.

Resource summary

Question 1

Question
Which of the following are not types of media non-fiction texts? Choose all that apply.
Answer
  • Newspaper
  • Autobiography
  • Advice leaflet
  • Webpage
  • Charity leaflet
  • Poem
  • Magazine article
  • Travel brochure
  • Short story

Question 2

Question
The term presentational devices refers to which aspects of a text?
Answer
  • Photographs
  • Colours
  • All of the visual elements of a text
  • All of the written elements of a text
  • Choice of fonts

Question 3

Question
Look at the quotation below. Drag and drop the correct language feature to identify the technique being used here.
Answer
  • Emotive language
  • A false fact
  • An opinion
  • A noun phrase
  • A rhetorical question
  • Anecdotal evidence

Question 4

Question
A fact is something that can be proved to be true.
Answer
  • True
  • False

Question 5

Question
Choose from the drop down menus to complete the words that form the acronym FAP. F[blank_start]orm[blank_end] A[blank_start]udience[blank_end] P[blank_start]urpose[blank_end]
Answer
  • orm
  • irst
  • ilm
  • udience
  • ppearance
  • rticle
  • urpose
  • eople
  • ersuasion
  • articipation

Question 6

Question
Look at the following statement and then choose the correct definition. St Paul's Cathedral was designed and built single handed by Sir Christopher Robin.
Answer
  • A fact
  • An opinion
  • An anecdote
  • A statistic
  • A false fact

Question 7

Question
Complete this statement by typing in the rest of the sentence. Media non-fiction texts are different from literary texts because they [blank_start]focus on real-life events and people.[blank_end]
Answer
  • focus on real-life events and people.

Question 8

Question
What is the definition of the term bias?
Answer
  • A balanced presentation a topic
  • Favouring a particular view a topic
  • Personal experience of a topic
  • A humorous presentation of a topic

Question 9

Question
Drag and drop the correct parts of the acronym PEE to complete the words. P[blank_start]oint[blank_end] E[blank_start]vidence[blank_end] E[blank_start]xplanation[blank_end]
Answer
  • oint
  • art
  • lace
  • vidence
  • raser
  • lucidation
  • xplanation
  • nlightenment
  • xpidiation

Question 10

Question
Which of the following forms of media non-fiction texts will you not have to deal with in the exams?
Answer
  • Newspaper articles
  • Adverts
  • Magazine articles
  • Instant newsfeeds
  • Social media posts
  • Charity leaflets
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