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English Jeopardy. Persuasion--10 points In persuasion, it’s an argument that gives an opposing point of view. Persuasion – 20 points Catchy Title Anecdotal evidence Rhetorical questions Reliable Sources. Persuasion – 30 points Language that creates an emotional impact on the reader.

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Persuasion--10 points

In persuasion, it’s an argument that gives an opposing point of view.

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Persuasion – 20 points

Catchy Title

Anecdotal evidence

Rhetorical questions

Reliable Sources

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Persuasion – 30 points

Language that creates an emotional impact on the reader.

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Persuasion – 50 points

  • Name the companies for these commercial slogans:
    • Obey your thirst.
    • It’s late, eat more.
    • There’s no wrong way to eat a ______.
    • A different kind of company, a different kind of car.
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Response to Literature – 10 points

A message about life that a reader can learn from a piece of literature is its ________.

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Response to Literature – 20 points

One of the habits of reading fictional stories.

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Response to Literature – 30 points

A theme from the story “Two Kinds.”

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Response to Literature – 40 points

A lie told by the narrator of “The White Umbrella.”

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Response to Literature – 50 points

What the umbrella symbolizes.

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Narrative – 10 points

The definition of narrative.

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Narrative – 20 points

The literary term for when a non-human character has human traits and emotions.

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Narrative – 30 points

The action in a story is the ______.

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Narrative – 40 points

Another name for turning point is _____________

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Narrative – 50 points

You can learn about a character by studying his/her ___________ (name 3 things).

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Exposition – 10 points

The list of sources at the end of a research paper is called _____________.

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Exposition – 20 points

The phrase we used in class to figure out the main idea of an article is __________.

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Exposition – 30 points

Name three ways to get a good interview.

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Exposition – 40 points

Name four characteristics of a good expository article.

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Exposition – 50

What did Angela Yuma find significant about the Northridge earthquake.

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O.V. Trivia – 10 points

McMurrin’s unlucky color.

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O.V. Trivia – 20 points

The name of the Olive Vista panda.

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O.V. Trivia – 30 points

Name 5 math teachers at Olive Vista.

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O.V. Trivia – 40 points

The first day of school next September.

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O.V. Trivia – 50 points

Name all 5 assistant principals at O.V.