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Choose a category.
You will be given the answer.
You must give the correct question.
Click to begin.
Sequence of events that occur in a story.
Animals or people who complete action in a story.
The person who is telling the story.
The time and place of action in a story.
The struggle between 2 opposing forces (the problem)
The action builds and increases interest in the outcome of the story.
Rising Action (or suspense)
Lesson from the story that must be inferred or concluded by the reader
Lesson that the story teaches
Lesson that is learned directly from the story.
Hints or clues of what’s to come in a story.
Speech patterns that vary by region or generation.
Struggle between man and himself.
Highest point of interest in a story-turning point.
Struggle between opposing forces where man vs. man, man vs. society, man vs. nature
The perspective that the narrator takes to tell the story—1st, 2nd, 3rd person
Pt. of view
When the opposite happens from what you expect; the difference between the way things seem and how they really are.
The way an author’s attitude about the subject he’s writing about.
How the conflict in a story is solved (the end).
Scene or incident that breaks the normal time order to show an event that happened earlier (in the past).
The feeling that the reader gets from the story.
Mood (or atmosphere)