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Jeopardy. Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin. Choose a point value. Choose a point value. Click here for Final Jeopardy. Vocabulary. Flashback or Foreshadowing. Elements Of Plot. Characterization. Levels Of Reading.

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Jeopardy

Choose a category.

You will be given the answer.

You must give the correct question.

Click to begin.


Choose a point value.

Choose a point value.

Click here for Final Jeopardy


Vocabulary

Flashback or

Foreshadowing

Elements

Of Plot

Characterization

Levels

Of Reading

10 Point

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20 Points

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30 Points

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40 Points

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50 Points

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Time & Place

of a story


What is SETTING?


The feeling the character is trying to reveal to the reader


What is MOOD?


Reading between the lines – knowing because you have read


What is INFERENCE?


A problem in a story


What is CONFLICT?


Authors create characters to make them seem real


What is CHARACTERIZATION?


Looking back to remember something that happened


What is FLASHBACK?


The landlady tells how Mr. Temple & Mr. Mullholland are both still in the home.


What is FORESHADOWING?


“I stuff ALL of my little pets myself when they pass away.”


What is FORESHADOWING?


At the beginning of “The Treasure of Lemon Brown,” Greg’s dad remembers why he couldn’t play basketball


What is FLASHBACK?


Predicting what is to happen in the future


What is FORESHADOWING?


Description of Venus and it’s weather at the beginning of “All Summer in a Day”


What is the EXPOSITION?


The students let Margot out of the closet in “All Summer in a Day”


What is the RESOLUTION?


The students realize that Margot is still locked in the closet


What is the CLIMAX?


All things leading to the climax


What is the RISING ACTION?


Tying up loose ends after the climax


What is the FALLING ACTION?


Coming right out and describing a character in the reading


What is DIRECT

CHARACTERIZATION?


From “Seventh Grade,” “He felt awful.”


What is DIRECT

CHARACTERIZATION?


“He had never been so embarrassed. He bit his thumb until he tore off a sliver of skin.”


What is DIRECT

CHARACTERIZATION?


“ ‘Wicked, wicked Darzee!’ said Nag, lashing up high as he could reach toward the next in the thornbush…”


What is INDIRECT

CHARACTERIZATION?


This is represented by: a characters actions or other characters comments


What is INDIRECT CHARACTERIZATION?


Why did the landlady keep animals & men stuffed in her home?


What is a LEVEL 2 Question?


How did Rikki Tikki come to Teddy’s house?


What is a LEVEL 1 QUESION?


Why do children not want to take their parent’s advice?


What is a LEVEL 3 QUESTION?


What did Victor pretend to know to get Teresa to like him?


What is a LEVEL 1 QUESTION?


Why do the marshall & the criminal switch places in “Hearts & Hands?”


What is a LEVEL 2 QUESTION?


Final Jeopardy

Make your wager


“Why do people fight to protect their loved ones?


What is a LEVEL 3 QUESTION?


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