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Jeopardy :

Jeopardy :. Jeopardy Review Game. Writing techniques. Theme. Elements of a S.S. Point Of view. Who knows?. $1. $1. $1. $1. $1. $2. $2. $2. $2. $2. $3. $3. $3. $3. $3. $4. $4. $4. $4. $4. $5. $5. $5. $5. $5.

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  1. Jeopardy: Jeopardy Review Game

  2. Writingtechniques Theme Elements of a S.S. Point Of view Who knows? $1 $1 $1 $1 $1 $2 $2 $2 $2 $2 $3 $3 $3 $3 $3 $4 $4 $4 $4 $4 $5 $5 $5 $5 $5

  3. This is a hint to an event that will occur later in the story.

  4. Foreshadowing

  5. When something is not only itself, but also represents something else

  6. symbolism

  7. When the opposite of what you might expect happens

  8. irony

  9. What is imagery?

  10. Descriptive language that appeals to the senses.

  11. What’s a flashback?

  12. A move back in time to an earlier incident.

  13. The Landlady

  14. Things aren’t always as they appear.

  15. The Monkey’s Paw

  16. Don’t mess with fate.

  17. Charles

  18. Sometimes parents can be blind to their children’s faults.

  19. Tell Tale Heart

  20. Guilt will always get the best of you.

  21. Rain Rain Go Away

  22. Sometimes you need to stay out of other people’s business!

  23. What is the climax in a story?

  24. Climax is the turning point in a story, often where the action reaches its highest intensity. It’s usually near the end of the story

  25. Name all six types of conflicts

  26. ExternalProtagonist vs:individual, society, nature, fate, supernaturalInternalProtagonist vs self

  27. Name three types of point of view.

  28. First person3rd person limited3rd person omniscient

  29. Define theme

  30. Theme is the idea or belief about life that the author wants readers to think about. (Hint: to figure it out, try to see what the main character or the reader learns from the main character’s experiences)

  31. Define protagonist

  32. The main character of the story that faces a central conflict.

  33. Tell Tale Heart

  34. 1st Person

  35. The Landlady

  36. 3rd person limited

  37. Rain Rain Go Away

  38. 3rd person limited

  39. The Monkey’s Paw

  40. Third person limited

  41. The Raven

  42. 1st person

  43. Explain where there was symbolism in one of the stories we’ve read. Give the symbol and what it stands for.

  44. The heart in TTH – guiltThe Paw- Fate

  45. Theme: The Treasure of Lemon Brown

  46. Every man has a treasure.

  47. What’s the point of view?“You smell like feet!” Allie screamed as she slammed the door in her boyfriend Harry’s face. Harry walked down the stairs, out the front door and was never seen again.

  48. 3rd person limited

  49. What’s the point of view?In five minutes I will be revealing my secret to the whole school. Will they believe it? Will they be scared of me? Will they ever let me lead a normal life again?

  50. 1st person

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