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Jeopardy Vocabulary Literature Vocabulary Literature 11 22 33 Plot Graph Poe and Point of View Q $100 Q $100 Q $200 Q $200 Q $300 Q $300 Q $400 Q $400 Q $500 Q $500 Final Jeopardy

$100 Question from Vocabulary 1 The shortest form of fiction.

$100 Question from Vocabulary 1 The shortest form of fiction.

$100 Answer Vocabulary 1. What is a short story?

$100 Answer Vocabulary 1. What is a short story?

$200 Question from Vocabulary 1 Longest form of fiction.

$200 Question from Vocabulary 1 Longest form of fiction.

$200 Answer Vocabulary 1 What is a novel?

$200 Answer Vocabulary 1 What is a novel?

$300 Question from Vocabulary 1 A problem or struggle in a story.

$300 Question from Vocabulary 1 A problem or struggle in a story.

$300 Answer Vocabulary 1 What is the conflict?

$300 Answer Vocabulary 1 What is the conflict?

$400 Question from Vocabulary 1 The perspective from which the story is told.

$400 Question from Vocabulary 1 The perspective from which the story is told.

$400 Answer Vocabulary 1 What is the point of view?

$400 Answer Vocabulary 1 What is the point of view?

$500 Question from Vocabulary 1 The protagonist is also know as the. . .

$500 Question from Vocabulary 1 The protagonist is also know as the. . .

$500 Answer from Vocabulary 1 What is the main character?

$500 Answer from Vocabulary 1 What is the main character?

$100 Question from Vocabulary 2 The time and place of a story.

$100 Question from Vocabulary 2 The time and place of a story.

$100 Answer Vocabulary 2 What is the setting?

$100 Answer Vocabulary 2 What is the setting?

$200 Question from Vocabulary 2 The sequence of events.

$200 Question from Vocabulary 2 The sequence of events.

$200 Answer Vocabulary 2 What is plot?

$200 Answer Vocabulary 2 What is plot?

$300 Question from Vocabulary 2 The main message of a story.

$300 Question from Vocabulary 2 The main message of a story.

$300 Answer Vocabulary 2 What is theme?

$300 Answer Vocabulary 2 What is theme?

$400 Question from Vocabulary 2 A twist and undetected development in a story.

$400 Question from Vocabulary 2 A twist and undetected development in a story.

$400 Answer Vocabulary 2 What is irony?

$400 Answer Vocabulary 2 What is irony?

$500 Question from Vocabulary 2 When one thing represents another.

$500 Question from Vocabulary 2 When one thing represents another.

$500 Answer Vocabulary 2 What is a symbol?

$500 Answer Vocabulary 2 What is a symbol?

$100 Question from Vocabulary 3 The emotions the author wants the reader to feel.

$100 Question from Vocabulary 3 The emotions the author wants the reader to feel.

$100 Answer Vocabulary 3 What is the mood?

$100 Answer Vocabulary 3 What is the mood?

$200 Question from Vocabulary 3 The author’s attitude toward the subject.

$200 Question from Vocabulary 3 The author’s attitude toward the subject.

$200 Answer Vocabulary 3 What is tone?

$200 Answer Vocabulary 3 What is tone?

$300 Question from Vocabulary 3 The hints in a story of what will occur.

$300 Question from Vocabulary 3 The hints in a story of what will occur.

$300 Answer Vocabulary 3 What is foreshadowing?

$300 Answer Vocabulary 3 What is foreshadowing?

$400 Question Vocabulary 3 Poetry is also know as. . .

$400 Question Vocabulary 3 Poetry is also know as. . .

$400 Answer Vocabulary 3 What is verse?

$400 Answer Vocabulary 3 What is verse?

$500 Question from Vocabulary 3 The ordinary language of man in writing.

$500 Question from Vocabulary 3 The ordinary language of man in writing.

$500 Answer Vocabulary 3 What is prose?

$500 Answer Vocabulary 3 What is prose?

$100 Question Literature Give an example of prose.

$100 Question Literature Give an example of prose.

$100 Answer from Literature What is novel, texts, love letters, etc. ?

$100 Answer from Literature What is novel, texts, love letters, etc. ?

$200 Question from Literature in writings can be ______ or ________.

$200 Question from Literature in writings can be ______ or ________.

$200 Answer from Literature What is prose or verse?

$200 Answer from Literature What is prose or verse?

$300 Question from Literature In order for a piece of writing to be considered

$300 Question from Literature In order for a piece of writing to be considered literature, it must have excellence of this. . .

$300 Answer from Literature What is expression?

$300 Answer from Literature What is expression?

$400 Question from Literature Three types of non-fiction are…

$400 Question from Literature Three types of non-fiction are…

$400 Answer from Literature What is biography, autobiography, and essay?

$400 Answer from Literature What is biography, autobiography, and essay?

$500 Question from Literature The three literary genres are. . .

$500 Question from Literature The three literary genres are. . .

$500 Answer from Literature What is prose, poetry, and drama?

$500 Answer from Literature What is prose, poetry, and drama?

Final Jeopardy Relay the 5 points on the plot graph for “The Three Little

Final Jeopardy Relay the 5 points on the plot graph for “The Three Little Pigs”.

Final Jeopardy Answer What is Exposition – three pigs, wolf, in a village in

Final Jeopardy Answer What is Exposition – three pigs, wolf, in a village in another country (Europe), in the past, wolf threatens to hurt the 3 pigs (blow their houses down). Rising action – Wolf visits 1 st pig and 2 nd pig’s house and succeeds at blowing it down the straw and stick houses. Climax- all three pigs are at the 3 rd pig’s house made of brick and the wolf shows up to blow it down. He huffs and he puffs but he cannot blow the brick house down Falling action- The wolf has been defeated and the pigs live. Resolution – The pigs live happily ever after.

$100 Question from Plot Graph Characters in a story can be people, animals or

$100 Question from Plot Graph Characters in a story can be people, animals or this. . .

$100 Answer Plot Graph What is creatures?

$100 Answer Plot Graph What is creatures?

$200 Question from Plot Graph The two types of conflicts are. . .

$200 Question from Plot Graph The two types of conflicts are. . .

$200 Answer Plot Graph What is internal and external?

$200 Answer Plot Graph What is internal and external?

$300 Question from Plot Graph The part of the plot where characters, setting, and

$300 Question from Plot Graph The part of the plot where characters, setting, and conflict begins.

$300 Answer Plot Graph What is the exposition?

$300 Answer Plot Graph What is the exposition?

$400 Question Plot Graph The end of the central conflict is known as the

$400 Question Plot Graph The end of the central conflict is known as the falling action… the end of the story is know as this…

$400 Answer Plot Graph What is resolution?

$400 Answer Plot Graph What is resolution?

$500 Question from Plot Graph The rising action is where the conflict develops. .

$500 Question from Plot Graph The rising action is where the conflict develops. . . This is the point of highest interest or suspense…

$500 Answer Plot Graph What is climax?

$500 Answer Plot Graph What is climax?

$100 Question Poe and Point of View Mrs. Donlan’s long time boyfriend and favorite

$100 Question Poe and Point of View Mrs. Donlan’s long time boyfriend and favorite author from the 1800’s is…

$100 Answer from Poe and Point of View Who is Edgar Allan Poe?

$100 Answer from Poe and Point of View Who is Edgar Allan Poe?

$200 Question Poe and Point of View Edgar Allen Poe, who lived during the

$200 Question Poe and Point of View Edgar Allen Poe, who lived during the 1800’s, was know as the father of modern….

$200 Answer from Poe and Point of View What is short stories?

$200 Answer from Poe and Point of View What is short stories?

$300 Question from Poe and Point of View The author enters the minds of

$300 Question from Poe and Point of View The author enters the minds of all characters in this point of view.

$300 Answer from Poe and Point of View What is omniscient third person?

$300 Answer from Poe and Point of View What is omniscient third person?

$400 Question from Poe and Point of View The narrator observes the story in

$400 Question from Poe and Point of View The narrator observes the story in this point of view.

$400 Answer from Poe and Point of View What is limited third person?

$400 Answer from Poe and Point of View What is limited third person?

$500 Question from Poe and Point of View The narrator tells his/her own story

$500 Question from Poe and Point of View The narrator tells his/her own story in this point of view.

$500 Answer from Poe and Point of View What is first person?

$500 Answer from Poe and Point of View What is first person?