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  1. Character Theme After Twenty Years A Retrieved Reformation Miscellaneous 10 10 10 10 10 20 20 20 20 20 30 30 30 30 30 40 40 40 40 40 50 50 50 50 50

  2. 10 Point Question- Category 1 If the plot of a story is what happens, then the characters are ____________ Click on the Information button to find out the answer

  3. Who the events happen to

  4. 20 Point Question- Category 1 The two types of main characters in a story are _______ and _______ Click on the Information button to find out the answer

  5. Protagonist and Antagonist

  6. 30 Point Question- Category 1 A character that does not change throughout a story Click on the Information button to find out the answer

  7. Static

  8. Daily Double 40 Point Question- Category 1 What are the six clues that an author can use to develop characterization? Click on the Information button to find out the answer

  9. physical appearance (looks), thoughts and feelings, interactions with other characters, says, acts, character traits

  10. 50 Point Question- Category 1 One question you should ask yourself throughout a story is Click on the Information button to find out the answer

  11. (one of three) 1. What is the character’s role in the plot? 2. How would the plot be different without this particular character? 3. How do the events in the plot affect this character?

  12. 10 Point Question- Category 2 Theme is _________ Click on the Information button to find out the answer

  13. an author’s message, or main idea, of the work

  14. 20 Point Question- Category 2 A theme in “After Twenty Years” is Click on the Information button to find out the answer

  15. Too many to list

  16. 30 Point Question- Category 2 A theme in “A Retrieved Reformation” is Click on the Information button to find out the answer

  17. -Love can change a person -When a person loves someone, they want to do them right -A person can change if they try hard enough -(Etc.)

  18. 40 Point Question- Category 2 Characters provide the reader with clues about theme through _________ Click on the Information button to find out the answer

  19. What they say and do

  20. 50 Point Question- Category 2 Miss DeRose is from what College? Click on the Information button to find out the answer

  21. Washington College

  22. 10 Point Question- Category 3 The policeman that first spoke to Bob was ____________ Click on the Information button to find out the answer

  23. Jimmy Wells

  24. 20 Point Question- Category 3 Bob’s criminal nickname was ____ Click on the Information button to find out the answer

  25. “Silky” Bob

  26. 30 Point Question- Category 3 Bob was a wanted man in this city. Click on the Information button to find out the answer

  27. Chicago

  28. 40 Point Question- Category 3 This is an example of irony in “After Twenty Years” Click on the Information button to find out the answer

  29. The reader thinks that Bob is a good man but he is really a criminal • Bob thinks he is talking to a policeman in the beginning but is really talking to his longtime friend Jimmy Wells • Bob thinks that he is talking to Jimmy Wells at the end of the story but he is really talking to an undercover policeman

  30. 50 Point Question- Category 3 This is how Bob was modeled after O Henry’s life Click on the Information button to find out the answer

  31. Both were arrested

  32. 10 Point Question- Category 4 How does Jimmy Valentine steal money? Click on the Information button to find out the answer

  33. He opens safes

  34. 20 Point Question- Category 4 What does this description of Jimmy/Ralph after his release from prison tell you about his character? He was now dressed in tasteful and well- fitting clothes, and carried his dusted and cleaned suitcase in hand Click on the Information button to find out the answer

  35. Liked to look nice, presentable Was going to start safe cracking again

  36. 30 Point Question- Category 4 This is why Ben Price does not arrest Jimmy Valentine Click on the Information button to find out the answer

  37. He knows Jimmy exposed his past in order to save a child

  38. 40 Point Question- Category 4 Why did Jimmy not have to stay long in jail? Click on the Information button to find out the answer

  39. He had a lot of friends in high places to get him out

  40. 50 Point Question- Category 4 Explain the relationship between a phoenix and Jimmy Valentine Click on the Information button to find out the answer

  41. Phoenix dies and is reborn… Jimmy Valentine died and in his place Ralph Spencer was born (Jimmy turns good)

  42. 10 Point Question- Category 5 Foreshadowing is ______ Click on the Information button to find out the answer

  43. when the author provides hints or clues about what might happen later in the story

  44. 20 Point Question- Category 5 True or false: Foreshadowing clues are very obvious during the first reading of a story. Click on the Information button to find out the answer

  45. False.

  46. Daily Double 30 Point Question- Category 5 True or false: Writers use foreshadowing to get you interested in a story and make you want to read on. Click on the Information button to find out the answer

  47. true

  48. 40 Point Question- Category 5 Irony is ________ Click on the Information button to find out the answer

  49. When the opposite of what the reader expects to happen occurs

  50. 50 Point Question- Category 5 What are the three steps to find a theme? Click on the Information button to find out the answer