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Science Fiction Unit Test. In-Class Review. SECTION I: Science Fiction Genre. Name 3 major characteristics of Science Fiction. SECTION I: Science Fiction Genre. How do these major characteristics apply to A Sound of Thunder?. SECTION II: Harrison Bergeron.

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SECTION I:

Science Fiction Genre

Name 3 major characteristics of Science Fiction

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SECTION I:

Science Fiction Genre

How do these major characteristics apply to A Sound of Thunder?

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SECTION II:

Harrison Bergeron

Describe the 3 elements of the Exposition

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SECTION II:

Harrison Bergeron

What purpose do the handicaps serve?

(Nationally & Locally)

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SECTION II:

Harrison Bergeron

What makes Hazel “Perfect”

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SECTION II:

Harrison Bergeron

How does Harrison’s death impact his family?

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SECTION III:

A Sound of Thunder

What characteristics make Eckels qualified to go on the “Big” hunt?

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SECTION III:

A Sound of Thunder

Describe the story’s Inciting Incident.

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SECTION III:

A Sound of Thunder

Give an original example of the Butterfly Effect.

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SECTION III:

A Sound of Thunder

Why is the sign on the wall important at the end of the story?

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SECTION IV:

There Will Come Soft Rains

Make the Inference:

How many people survived the explosion?

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SECTION IV:

There Will Come Soft Rains

What theme does the poem suggest?

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SECTION IV:

There Will Come Soft Rains

Describe the House as a character.

(5 Adjectives Only)

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SECTION IV:

There Will Come Soft Rains

In what ways did the house fail to protect itself?

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SECTION V:

The Cold Equations

Why are the Equations “Cold”

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SECTION V:

The Cold Equations

Describe the story’s Climax.

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SECTION V:

The Cold Equations

What types of Conflict are present in the story?

Give 2 Examples

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SECTION V:

The Cold Equations

Describe the theme of Scientific Laws found in the story.

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SECTION VI:

The Pedestrian

Describe the story’s Resolution

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SECTION VI:

The Pedestrian

What form of Conflict does Leonard experience?

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SECTION VI:

The Pedestrian

Describe the story’s Mood.

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SECTION VI:

The Pedestrian

What is the significance of Leonard’s walk?

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SECTION VII:

I, Robot

What is the significance of Spooner’s dream?

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SECTION VII:

I, Robot

Why was it important for V.I.K.I. to create a

1 : 5 ratio of

NS-5s : Humans?

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SECTION VII:

I, Robot

In what ways are Sonny and Spooner alike?

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SECTION VII:

I, Robot

Explain the significance of the phrase “Save the Girl” with respect to Sonny.

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SECTION VIII:

General Tips

Review Study Guides for Plot & Characters

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SECTION VIII:

General Tips

Go to the English 10 Website and answer the remaining questions.

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SECTION VIII:

General Tips

Bring Notebook Paper

&

Pencils to class tomorrow.

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GOOD LUCK

&

MAY THE FORCE BE WITH YOU!

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