CRCT REVIEW BINGO GAME
BINGO • The _________ a literary work expresses the writer’s attitude toward his or her subject. Words such as angry, sad, and humorous can be used to describe different _____.
BINGO • A ________ is a message about life or human nature that the writer shares with the reader.
BINGO • When and where the story takes place
BINGO • The action that follows the cause
BINGO • The series of events in a story.
BINGO • A ______ is a brief tale told to illustrate a moral or teach a lesson.
BINGO • _______ is written conversation between two or more characters.
BINGO • A ________ is a struggle between opposing forces. An external ________ involves a character who struggles against a force outside him or herself.
BINGO • A true statement
BINGO • The _____ stage is the point of greatest interest in a story or play.
BINGO • ________ is a figure of speech in which the truth is exaggerated for emphasis or humorous effect.
BINGO • The end of the story
BINGO • a list of classroom rules, the biography of Abraham Lincoln, a brief history of Ancient Egypt
BINGO • the titles of their chapter or trade books, the titles of stories in their reading books, funny rhymes or poems
BINGO • He really went to town on that issue. They were so obviously head over heels in love the other people in the room left them in peace.
BINGO • Distress or suffering resulting from oppression or persecution; also: a trying experience.
BINGO • A________ is a drawing with labels that shows or explains something.
BINGO • Marked by a menacing wildness, extravagance, or absence of restraint
BINGO • In evaluating an author’s _______, you are making claims about what an author has stated based upon evidence from the passage.
BINGO • However, on the other hand, but, yet, nevertheless, on the contrary, generally... furthermore... finally, in the first place... also... Lastly
BINGO • As former CBS anchor Walter Cronkite writes, "Naturally, nothing of any significance is going to be said in seven seconds, but this seems to work to the advantage of many politicians. They are not required to say anything of significance, and issues can be avoided rather than confronted." a. anxious b. encouraging c. positive d. critical