Win it All

January 5, 2018 | Author: Anonymous | Category: Business, Economics, Microeconomics, Game Theory
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Against the Clock Fiction Review Click to Continue

Directions It’s time to review the literary terms from the fiction unit! This game contains a series of eight questions. You will have twenty seconds to race against the clock and answer each question correctly. Good Luck! Don’t let the clock beat you! Click to Continue

Question 1 What is the term for the central idea or perception about life that is revealed through a literary work?

subject Click to Continue

themetopic

theme

mood

Question 2 Charlie Gordon in the story “Flowers for Algernon” is which type of character?

protagonist Click to Continue

minor protagonist antagonist character

static character

Question 3 Cynthia Rylant’s “Checkouts” is told from which point of view?

third-person omniscient

second person

third-person limited

third-person omniscient

first person Click to Continue

Question 4 What do you call the point at which the central conflict is ended?

climax Click to Continue

exposition resolution

rising action

resolution

Question 5

What is the term for a force that moves a character to think, feel, or behave in a certain way?

action Click to Continue

motivation motivation

mood

characterization

Question 6 The story “Flowers for Algernon” is which type of popular fiction?

mystery Click to Continue

science fiction

horror science fiction

western

Question 7 Which type of character is threedimensional and seems to have all the complexities of an actual human being?

static character Click to Continue

dynamic character

flat character

round character

round character

Question 8 In Duane BigEagle’s “The Journey,” the struggle is between the main character and a mysterious illness. Which type of conflict does this represent?

conflict with nature Click to Continue

conflict with character

conflict with society

conflict with nature

conflict with self

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