Elements of Fiction
Literary Elements
Grammar
Nonfiction Text Features/Structure
Miscellaneous
100
The where and when (or place and time) of a story.
What is setting?
100
She was as busy as a bee.
What is a simile?
100
Identify the type of sentence: She has blonde hair.
What is declarative?
100
The words that explain what a picture shows.
What is the caption?
100
A type of fiction that is based on historical facts. Name the type and give an example.
What is historical fiction? Answers vary.
200
The problem of a story.
What is conflict?
200
The stars danced playfully in the moonlit sky.
What is a personification?
200
Identify the type of sentence: How was your day?
What is interrogative?
200
The part of a nonfiction book that defines words.
What is a glossary?
200
The type of writing which convinces the reader to agree with your point of view (opinion).
What is persuasive writing?
300
The sequence of events in a story.
What is the plot?
300
A comparison NOT using like or as?
What is a metaphor?
300
Identify the subject of the sentence: The cat ran across the street.
What is "the cat"?
300
The title of an article.
What is the heading?
300
Ideas, Organization, Voice, Word Choice, Sentence Fluency and Conventions
What are the Six Traits of Writing?
400
The lesson (main message) given in a story.
What is theme?
400
Carrie's cat clawed her couch, creating chaos.
What is alliteration?
400
Identify the type of sentence: That book was amazing!
What is exclamatory?
400
Author's purpose to tell you how things are the same and how things are different?
What is compare/contrast?
400
The three main author's purposes.
What is to persuade, to inform, and to entertain?
500
What makes up a character's personality?
What are character traits?
500
What are the kinds of comparisons that add layers to the meaning of the poem or story called?
Figurative Language
500
Edit the sentence correctly: hey is that your sister.
Hey, is that your sister?
500
Text is written in an order or timeline format.
What is chronological order?
500
Fiction, Non Fiction, Poetry, and Drama
What are the Four Main Genres?
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