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  1. THIS IS Jeopardy

  2. Your With Host... Mrs. Tolin

  3. Jeopardy Miscellaneous 2 Story Organization Poetic Elements Reading Strategies Literary Devices Miscellaneous 1 110000 200 200 200 200 200 200 400 400 400 400 400 400 600 600 600 600 600 600 800 800 800 800 800 800 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000

  4. An organizational structure that presents the most important idea and includes supporting statements, arguments, or facts for support A 100

  5. What is main idea and details? A 100

  6. An organizational structure that examines how two things are similar and different A 200

  7. What is compare and contrast? A 200

  8. An organizational structure that presents ideas in time order A 300

  9. What is chronological order? A 300

  10. An organizational structure that presents a relationship between actions or event; *one event produces or impacts a second event A 400

  11. What is cause and effect? A 400

  12. An organizational structure that introduces a source of difficulty and presents a successful action to solve the source of difficulty A 500

  13. What is problem and solution? A 500

  14. Poems without any regular rhyme, rhythm, or length B 100

  15. What is free verse poetry? B 100

  16. A group of lines that forms a unit of poetry (*usually with a fixed length, meter, or rhyme scheme) B 200

  17. What is a stanza? B 200

  18. The repetition of sounds in words that appear close to one another B 300

  19. What is rhyme? B 300

  20. Restating a word, phrase, or line to create emphasis B 400

  21. What is repetition? B 400

  22. The pattern of syllables in a line of poetry (the beat) B 500

  23. What is rhythm? B 500

  24. A statement or logical guess about what you think may happen in the future of a story C 100

  25. What is a prediction? C 100

  26. Rewriting the main ideas of a passage in your own words including only the main ideas or most important details C 200

  27. What is summarize? C 200

  28. To write or express someone else’s ideas in your own words without altering the original meaning C 300

  29. What is to paraphrase? C 300

  30. DAILY DOUBLE DAILY DOUBLE Place A Wager C 400

  31. A statement made about a person, group of people, or idea (*can be related to a stereotype) ex) All older women are weak and can not defend themselves. C 400

  32. What is a generalization? C 400

  33. An opinion, position, or judgment reached after careful consideration and logical reasoning; also based on prior knowledge C 500

  34. What is making an inference or drawing a conclusion? C 500

  35. Excitement or anticipation in a story D 100

  36. What is suspense? D 100

  37. The overall feeling or atmosphere created by the author D 200

  38. What is mood? D 200

  39. The attitude of the author D 300

  40. What is tone? D 300

  41. Inconsistency between what is expected to happen and what actually happens in a story D 400

  42. What is irony? D 400

  43. A contradictory or inconsistent statement (but can contain some truth) ex) In Fahrenheit 451 Montag said the room was “empty”, but Mildred was actually in the room laying and listening to music. D 500

  44. What is paradox? D 500

  45. A conversation between two or more characters E 100

  46. What is dialouge? E 100

  47. The reason the author has for writing (to entertain, inform, or persuade) E 200

  48. What is author’s purpose? E 200

  49. A type of figurative language that includes the repetition of sounds at the beginning of words near each other. ex) Sally sells seashells by the seashore. E 300