Elements of Fiction Literary Elements Sentences Nonfiction Text Features Potpourri

100

What is setting?
The where and when of a story.

100

What is a simile?
She was as busy as a bee.

100

What is declarative?
Identify the type of sentence: She has blond hair

100

What is the caption or cutline?
The words that explain what a picture shows.

100

What is realistic fiction? Answers vary.
A type of fiction that could really happen and usually takes place in modern times. Name the type and give an example.

200

What is conflict?
The problem of a story.

200

What is a personification?
The stars danced playfully in the moonlit sky.

200

What is interrogative?
Identify the type of sentence: How was your day

200

What is a glossary?
The part of a nonfiction book that defines words.

200

What are the heading, greeting, body, closing, and signature?
The five parts of a friendly letter.

300

What is the plot?
The sequence of events in a story.

300

What is a metaphor?
Her home was a prison.

300

What is "the cat"?
Identify the subject of the sentence: The cat ran across the street.

300

What is the heading?
The title of an article

300

What is 3 stanzas and 10 lines?
The number of stanzas and lines in the poem

400

What is theme?
The lesson or advice given in a story.

400

What is alliteration?
Carrie's cat clawed her couch, creating chaos.

400

What is exclamatory?
Identify the type of sentence: That book was amazing

400

What is the by-line?
The author

400

What is to persuade, to inform, to entertain, and to describe/share?
The four main author's purposes.

500

Answers vary.
List one character trait to describe Violet Baudelaire and one detail from the text to support your trait.

500

Answers vary
Which line from the poem appeals to the reader's sense of sight?

500

"When is Shelly's dad going to Mexico?" asked Sue.
Edit the sentence correctly: when is shellys dad going to mexico asked sue

500

What is a map?
Shows the location of a place in the world.

500

Give the genre of the passage and two details from the text to support your answer.

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