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  1. Quiz on Narrative element standards and Use it Standards You may use any COMPLETED homework and Notes. Use It week 5 would help you here

  2. Narrative elements • Purpose is: • Author’s use of language • Author’s use of words • Author’s intended reason for writing

  3. Number 2 • The much needed sequencing of events in a narrative (personal or fictional) or in a novel or play is what? • A. Suspense • B. Dialogue • C. Plot

  4. Number 3 • When a reader finally gets to that part in a story where the facts about characters and setting become crystal clear is called the • A. climax • B. exposition • C. rising action

  5. Number 4 • The most important character in your story is the ______. The individual or force that is against him/her/it is called the______. • A. dynamic character/static character • B. static character/dynamic character • C. protagonist/antagonist • D. antagonist/protagonist

  6. Number 5 • Lets say a character in a story starts out by being very selfish. Throughout the story you notice that he/she becomes more giving. This character would certainly be classified as_______. While the friend that stood by his/her side but didn’t really change much would be______. • A. static/dynamic • B. dynamic/static

  7. Number 6 • Two friends aren’t getting along at all. This prevents the much needed project to go unfinished. (lets assume this was the plot) The friends not getting along would be the________ of the story. • A. conflict • B. rising action • C. falling action • D. suspense

  8. Number 7 • Ricky goes up to Paul and says: • “I think Annie will be fine. She cant possibly be that mean.” • Paul says: • “Oh , you don’t know Annie.” This would be an example of • A. Flashback • B. suspense • C. Foreshadowing

  9. Number 8 • Blake is having a really hard time learning to ski because of the harsh weather. No matter how hard he tries he just cannot master the snow and ice. Blake is facing an: • A. internal conflict • B. external conflict • C. real issue

  10. Number 9 • “Jessica Belle was a witchy old woman who, no matter how hard we tried, always treated us like dirt.” This is an example of • A. indirect characterization • B. a dynamic character • C. direct characterization • D. static character

  11. Number 10 • “ No matter what,” Molly cried “I will always be there for you , so don’t you worry”. A reader can safely inference that Molly is loyal and kind. This is an example of • A. indirect characterization • B. dynamic character • C direct characterization • D. static character

  12. Number 11 • “ I just refused to give up my spot on the team. Even if I had to give up breathing, I would run my way into that varsity squad” This is written in • A. First person • B third person • C third person limited • D. third person omniscient

  13. Number 12 • “They were a silly old bunch those bingo players, They sat and stared for hours at a time. Bill hated them, hated them all. He felt they were all al grand ol’waste of time” This is written in • A. first person • B. third person • C. third person limited • D. third person omniscient

  14. Number 13 • “The streets were lined with fire. The blaze blinded the eyes of women and children alike. The only reality was the screaming in the background. It brought me down to earth. It allowed me to feel just how hot hatred can be” The _____ of this story is scary and morose. • A. mood • B. tone • C. characters

  15. Narrative elements done….now • Take out your Use It week 5 for the next few questions…These will cover standards for incorporating new vocabulary, inferring, and types of writing.

  16. Number 14 • What does exorbitance mean? • A. enthusiasm or extreme ardor • B. The quality of being extremely excessive • C. Lack of effort on one’s behalf

  17. Number 15 • A written document researching the conditions for workers in third world countries would be an example of: • A. descriptive writing • B. narrative writing • C. expository writing

  18. Number 16 • The Diary of Anne Frank would a ________piece, in which a young documents her experiences throughout the Holocaust. • A. Descriptive • B. narrative • C. expository

  19. Number 17 • Chose the SUPERLATIVE comparison • A. Angie was really more excited than her sister • B. Lucy was the most beautiful child I had ever seen • C. Anthony was taller than his brother.