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  1. Literature Jeopardy Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $100 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $200 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $300 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $400 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Q $500 Final Jeopardy

  2. $100 Question from Stages of Plot The stage that introduces the conflict.

  3. $100 Answer from Poetry Terms rising action

  4. $200 Question from Stages of Plot The stage that introduces the characters Holmes, Watson, and Helen Stoner. We also find out the setting Stoke Moran and Baker St. in London.

  5. $200 Answer from Stages of Plot Exposition

  6. $300 Question from Stages of Plot The highest point of excitement in the story where the reader does not know what will happen next.

  7. $300 Answer from Stages of Plot Climax

  8. $400 Question from Stages of Plot The part of the story where the conflict begins to resolve.

  9. $400 Answer from Stages of Plot Falling Action

  10. $500 Question from Stages of Plot Describe the Resolution in “The Adventure of the Speckled Band”.

  11. $500 Answer from Stages of Plot Dr. Roylott is never convicted. Holmes explains Dr. Roylott’s plan

  12. $100 Question Point-of-View The narrator is involved in the story. The writer uses the pronoun “I”.

  13. $100 Answer Point-of-View 1st person point-of-view

  14. $200 Question Point-of-View The narrator is not a character in the story. The narrator knows the inner thoughts and feelings of many characters.

  15. $200 Answer Point-of-View 3rd Person Omniscient

  16. $300 Question Point-of-View What point-of-view is this? Bill walked home from the store and put his hands in his pocket. Mrs. Annie threw a small stone at him from across the street. She hated his spiked hair. She wished his parents would force him to cut it. “You need to get some manners” she yelled.

  17. $300 Answer Point-of-View 3rd Person Limited

  18. $400 Question Point-of-View What point-of-view is this? She could not be happier but she would never tell him. He always loved her so holding her hand was something that just happened naturally.

  19. $400 Answer Point-of-View 3rd person Omniscient

  20. $500 Question Point-of-View What is the point-of-view of “The Adventure of the Speckled Band”?

  21. $500 Answer Point-of-View Dr. Watson 1st person

  22. What observations lead Holmes to deduce Helen Stoner's method of transportation to his sitting room? • What observations lead Holmes to deduce Helen Stoner's method of transportation to his sitting room? • What observations lead Holmes to deduce Helen Stoner's method of transportation to his sitting room? • What observations lead Holmes to deduce Helen Stoner's method of transportation to his sitting room? • What observations lead Holmes to deduce Helen Stoner's method of transportation to his sitting room? $100 Question related to Ichabod • What observations lead Holmes to deduce Helen Stoner's method of transportation to his sitting room?

  23. $100 Answer related to Ichabod The ticket in her hand and mud on her left sleeve.

  24. $200 Question related to Ichabod What is the conflict in the story?

  25. $200 Answer related to Ichabod Helen is worried that her life is in danger because of the death of her sister.

  26. $300 Question related to Ichabod • How did Holmes know there would be a ventilator in the rooms?

  27. $300 Answer related to Ichabod Julia could smell the cigars from her father’s room in her own room.

  28. $400 Question related to Ichabod True or False At the end of the story Holmes feels bad about killing Dr. Roylott.

  29. $400 Answer related to Ichabod False

  30. $500 Question related to Ichabod What is the setting of the story?

  31. $500 Answer related to Ichabod London, England Baker st. And Stoke Moran April 1888

  32. $100 Question related to Brom and Katrina • What two sounds does Miss Stoner hear on the night of Julia's death?

  33. $100 Answer related to Brom and Katrina Her sister’s scream and a whistle.

  34. $200 Question related to Brom and Katrina • Name 2 events cause Miss Stoner to fear for her life and prompt her urgent visit to Holmes?

  35. $200 Answer related to Brom and Katrina 1. She has moved into her sister’s old room. 2. She is beginning to hear the same whistle she heard when her sister died.

  36. Name 2 things about the furnishings in Miss Stoner's Bedroom that suggest a horrible crime to Holmes? $300 Question related to Brom and Katrina • Name 2 things about the furnishings in Miss Stoner's Bedroom that suggest a horrible crime to Holmes?

  37. $300 Answer related to Brom and Katrina Her bed is bolted to the floor. A dummy bell rope hangs over her bed. The ventilator does not ventilate.

  38. $400 Question related to Brom and Katrina What is the speckled band?

  39. $400 Answer related to Brom and Katrina A swamp adder

  40. $500 Question related to Brom and Katrina True or False Julia died in India.

  41. $500 Answer related to Brom and Katrina false

  42. $100 Question from Miscellaneous • At the end of the story Dr. Roylot is sent to prison.

  43. $100 Answer from Miscellaneous False

  44. $200 Question from Miscellaneous • What kind of man is Dr.GrimesbyRoylott?

  45. $200 Answer from Miscellaneous violent.

  46. $300 Question from Miscellaneous • What motivates him to commit such horrible crimes?

  47. $300 Answer from Miscellaneous He wants the girls’ inheritance money.

  48. $400 Question from Miscellaneous What makes the whistling sound?

  49. $400 Answer from Miscellaneous Dr. Grimsby Roylott

  50. $500 Question from Miscellaneous Why did Dr. Grimsby spend time in jail before the story began?